Tutu finds a cricket. Little Bear collects leaves.
Rome finds a snowglobe, but what's inside?
6.50 Romuald the Reindeer
Romuald is jealous of Ulrika's invisible friend.
7.00 Postman Pat
Pat faces a race against time.
7.15 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Charley learns a promise should be honoured.
7.30 CBeebies Pantomime: Oh Yes It Is!
Will there be a happy ending for everyone in the final instalment of Cinderella? Shown Boxing Day on CBeebies channel
7.45 Bill and Ben
Weed wants to travel the world.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
8.00 Bob the Builder
A mix-up leaves a roof red and green.
Josie Jump and PC Plum entertain the children.
Writer Davey Moore
Milo leaves muddy footprints on the floor.
Pingu's circus, and the bad mood.
Ollie runs for mayor, but an old flame tries to blackmail him.
Arctic and Desert. From the frozen far north of Sweden in midwinter to 5,000 miles south in the Sahara, lessons in how to survive in some of Earth's most inhospitable places. (Revised repeat)
6/7. Evil Shadow. Arriving in Johannesburg, Michael hears terrible news.
11.20 7/7. Planes and Boats and Trains. Michael hopes to catch the annual sailing from Cape Town to the Antarctic.
The diaries of Anna Leonowens inspired The King and I, but what was her life really like?
Stan and Ollie are at work in a woodshop, causing havoc. (BW)
Sherlock Holmes and Watson investigate a series of murders which the Canadian locals fear were the work of a monster. Review page 80. Director Roy William Neill (1944. PG)
From the Royal Opera House in London, the Royal Ballet presents a new production of Frederick Ashton 's classic fairy-tale ballet to the score by Sergei Prokofiev. The cast is led by Alina Cojocaru and Johan Kobborg plus veterans Wayne Sleep and Anthony Dowell. Introduced by Deborah Bull. Director Ross MacGibbon
Producer Ben Weston
Another edition of the elimination quiz presented by the acerbic Anne Robinson.
Classic western starring John Wayne as one-eyed US marshal "Rooster" Cogburn.
When a young girl discovers that her father has been robbed and murdered, she persuades the hard-drinking Cogburn to track down the killer. Review Dace 66.
Reuben J. Rooster Cogburn:
Colonel G. Stonehill:
Captain Boots Finch:
Lawyer J Noble Daggett:
3/3. Stephen Fry is tested on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, Gyles Brandreth takes the life and works of Sir John Gielguid as his specialist subject, the Poet Laureate Andrew Motion has his knowledge of Philip Larkin tested, and athlete Tanni Grey-Thompson faces questions on the first three Star Wars films.
I Last summer, Restoration fever swept the nation. From choice of 30 threatened historic buildings, viewers had to vote for just one. The prize? £3.5 million to haul the winner back from the precipice of dereliction. Now, a feW months on, what has happened to the victor, Victoria
Baths in Manchester? What triumphs and disasters have beset the other 29 buildings? And how did the nation respond to the call to arms to save Britain's heritage? This is the story of the battle to save British heritage from ruin, Producer Nick Aarons
Executive producers Nikki Cheetham and Annette Clarke
2/2. The impressions show looks at what we can expect from 2004, including Lord of the Rings Part 4, directed by Richard Curtis, and a shocking siege situation on the set of Griff Rhys Jones's Restoration. With Kevin Connelly, Phil Cornwell, Jon Culshaw, Mark Perry and Jan Ravens.
Ozzy, meet Ozzy: page 17
More distinctive characters from modern society feature in the comedy sketch show from Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Narrated by Tom Baker. Anthony Head guests. First shown on BBC3
Stephen Fry explains why late-night discussion shows top his list of irritations.
Drama with Monkfish, more music with Jazz Club and the soppy businessmen in an aeroplane.
12.00 The re-run ends with the world's crudest salesman at a fashion show, Squire Ted celebrating Ralph's birthday and the competitive dad playing Monopoly.
5/6. Trapped aboard a ship that's disintegrating, Rimmer heroically abandons his crewmates.
Former Eurythmics frontwoman Annie Lennnox performs some new and old material.
Joining Jools will be Annie Lennox, performing tracks from her recent solo album, Bare. Also appearing are Ryan Adams; the leading female star of the Wassoulou sound, Oumou Sangare; and young blues enthusiasts the 22-20s. Plus Courtney Pine and David McAlmont.