Big Cook Little Cook
7.20 Tots TV: Far Away Star
7.30 Rubbadubbers: Finbar's Gift
7.40 Bob the Builder
Skiing antics. (R) (S)
Josie plans a ballet. (R) (S)
3.20 Oh Yes It Is!
2/5. The Cinderella tale continues to unfold. (R) (S)
Henry II's legacy.
(R) (S) (AD)
(Continues at the same time tomorrow)
2/7. The Bell Rock Lighthouse Robert Stevenson 's placing of a lighthouse on a Scottish reef. Writer Tony Mulholland
Continues at the same time tomorrow
2/10. Amanda Redman uncovers the unusual roots of her family's Protestantism. More tomorrow at 10.50am
The Pagan Rite. Tom is tempted to earn extra money. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Musical comedy with Fred Astaire , George Burns , Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen.
An American dancer falls for an aristocrat. Review page 48. Director George Stevens (1937, U)
(BW) Fred Astaire is back in Swing Time on Thursday 23 at 12.05pm
★★★ Rural drama directed by John Mills , starring his daughter Hayley, with Ian McShane. A traumatised teen befriends a travelling boy. Review page 48.
(1965) John Mills stars in Zulu Dawn at 7.05pm
Looking for a top-notch home in Wellington, New Zealand.
Series editor Susannah Walker (S
Kevin Woodford and TonyTobin team up with charity workers for gourmet glory.
Could Airport House in Croydon, south London, be hiding a plethora of aviation memorabilia? Paul Martin and the experts sift through the public's items in hope of auction-room gold.
Spectacular historical drama with Peter O'Toole , 3urt Lancaster and John Mills. 1879: the king of :he Zulu nation is goaded into making war so the British army can mobilise against him, but the latter underestimate the resourcefulness and passion of their adversaries. Review page 48.
Director Douglas Hickox (1979, PG) John Mills: Moving Memories is tomorrow at 2.35pm
Colonel Anthony Durnford:
Sir Henry Bartle Frere:
Lt Col Pulleine:
Sgt Major Williams:
Linda Robson , Sheila Hancock , Germaine Greer , Janet Street-Porter , Jenny Eclair , Arabella Weir , Kathryn Flett , Lesley Joseph , Ann Widdecombe and Jilly Cooper bemoan supermarket shopping, multi-tasking and other "joys" of the season. Producer Judith Holder ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble
Repeated on Christmas Day at 11.10pm and Grumpy Old Men at Christmas is on Thursday 23 December at 10pm
Happy Release. David Jason guests as old lag
Blanco, with whom Fletch finds himself sharing a ward in the prison hospital.
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby The Christmas special from 1975 is on Thursday 23 at 6pm
With Kirsty Wark.
4/4. How has the designer's personal life and radical past informed her clothes and business strategies? Caryn Franklin investigates.
Producer Denman Rooke
First shown on BBC4
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Painting Flowers 4/4. Roses, more than any other flower, have been used to enhance poems and art. Monty Don looks at examples in work by artists such as Fantin-Latour and Rossetti.
Director Paul Islwyn Thomas ; Producer Ceri Sherlock
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Lyrical portrait of growing up in 1970s Glasgow. In an effort to overcome the burden of accidentally killing his friend, 12-year-old James dreams of a new life in the country. But as family pressures mount, his dream begins to seem less and less attainable. Review page 50.
Director Lynne Ramsay (1999,15)
2/6. Snow Patrol,
Alicia Keys and Alanis Morissette are this evening's big-hitters. There's also Rufus Wainwright , pedal steel wizard Robert Randolph with his Family Band, and hippy minstrel Devendra Banhart.
More tomorrow at lam.