Archie's feeling cross.
8.20 Oh Yes It Is!
3/5. The panto continues apace.
Nations. Immortalised as the villain of Braveheart, what was Edward I's true legacy?
Continues at the same time tomorrow (R) (S) (AD)
3/7. The Sewer King
Engineer Joseph Bazalgette 's
19th-century scheme to link 1,000 miles of London street sewers with an 82-mile-long sewerage super-highway.
Writer Gregory Evans Continues at the same time tomorrow
3/10. Sue Johnston investigates the life of her grandfather, who she believes drove the Flying
Scotsman. Meera Syal features tomorrow at 10.50am
Adam Shaw looks behind the scenes to experience the drama of staging a successful pantomime.
Cosy drama with Irene Dunne and Barbara Bel Geddes.
A novelist recalls her childhood and Norwegian-American life in San Francisco, dominated by the indomitable Mama.
Review page (1948, U) (BW)
Home-movie footage taken by the actor during his long and illustrious film career. John Mills stars in Dunkirk at 6.50pm
A Brit tries to break into comedy in New Zealand.
Jodie Marsh and Lady Isabella Hervey sizzle with Brian Turner and James Martin.
Learning to Drive. David Jacobs guests as Frank takes his driving test in 1975's festive special. Writer Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills
The 1974 Christmas special is on Christmas Day at 1.15pm
Second World War drama from the Ealing stable, starring John Mills and Richard Attenborough. The daring evacuation of Allied troops from
Dunkirk is re-created from the perspective of the soldiers who were there and the men who set sail from England to rescue them. Review page 51.
Director Leslie Norman (1958, PG) (BW) John Mills is in The Ghost Camera at 2am on Christmas Eve
Twenty years from now, the media is reporting record low levels of violent crime. In this world, Liam, a hard-to-control youngster, has failed preliminary tests to establish the scale of his problem. He will be treated, but how hereditary is violent behaviour? This drama-documentary, based on rigorous research and including interviews with experts in the field, explores to what extent potential violent behaviour can be identified by clinical testing. A debate on the issues raised follows. Writer Mark Hayhurst ; Director Carl Hindmarch
. Producer Roy Ackerman
Jeremy Paxman leads a debate on issues raised by/f.... We Could Stop the Violence. Could government ever stop crime before it even happens? Producer Robbie Gibb
Presented by Gavin Esler.
4/10. British Asian theatre, the reinvention of the hookah and this year's biggest Bollywood concert are tonight's hot topics. Plus low riders in San Francisco and clubs in Ibiza.
Series producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Executive producer Tommy Nagra www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork
Duels and death feature in the rarely performed opera, based on a Pushkin poem. It's the tale of Albert, a young knight (sung by tenor
Richard Berkeley-Steele ) and his father, a miserly baron (baritone Sergei Leiferkus ). This production from Glyndebourne features the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Vladimir Jurowski. In-vision subtitles.
Director Francesca Kemp ; Executive producer Ross MacGibbon
First shown on BBC4 www.bbc.co.uk/classicaltv The other half of this double bill from Glyndebourne - Puccini's Gianni Schicchi - is on Christmas Eve at 1.30pm
Morrissey sings solo hits and the Smiths classic There Is a Light That Never Goes Out. Plus the Beta Band,
Junior Byles and Johnny Clarke with Junior Murvin , the Gipsy Kings, the Ordinary Boys, Glenn Tilbrook and Neopolitan singer Pietra Montecorvino. More tomorrow at 1.10am.