Big Cook Little Cook
7.20 Tots TV
7.30 Bill & Ben
7.40 Wide Eye
7.55 Pingu Polar fun.
8.00 Balamory It's Ceilidh time, but Archie feels glum.
8.20 Clifford the Big Red Dog Cleo fakes an injury.
8.40 Tweenies Panto.
Dick and Dom In da Bungalow Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood , including a Lapland Bogies and Christmas Baby Race. Plus The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops.
Shown Christmas Day on CBBC Channel
6/10. Lesley Garrett uncovers a shocking secret in her family's past. Another edition tomorrow at 10.50am
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Towed in a Hole. Fishmongers
Stan and Ollie cut out the middle man. (BW)
2/2. The biography concludes with the summit to meet new
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and Reagan's ultimate fight in his final years against
A short season of films starring Errol Flynn and Olivia deHavilland begins with this spectacular historical drama. The story of the British 27th Lancers unit opens in India in 1850, and follows their adventures until the heroic, but disastrous, charge of the Light Brigade. Review page 69.
Directors Michael Curtiz and Jack Sullivan (1936. PG) (BW) More from Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland in Dodge City Wed 29 December at 2.05pm
Maj Geoffrey Vickers:
Capt Perry Vickers:
Sir Charles Macefield:
Sir Benjamin Warrenton:
Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh compete.
More tongue-lashings from
Derivative Second World War adventure starring David McCallum.
In 1944, Canadian-born RAF pilot Quint Munroe takes command of a squadron after his best friend is lost in action.
When Munroe is asked to mount a major mission over France to destroy Germany's ultimate rocket weapon, he discovers that Allied prisoners are being used as a human shield.
Review page 70. (1968, PG)
Squadron Leader David Scott:
Flight Lieutenant Douglas Shelton:
Wing Commander Penrose:
Air Commodore Hufford:
Kelly Holmes 's look of astonishment after her victory in the 1500m, the unbridled emotion of Matthew Pinsent after claiming a historic fourth Olympic gold medal in the men's coxless four final, Darren Campbell 's awesome performance in the men's 4xl00m relay and 17-year-old boxing sensation Amir Khan 's bagging of a silver medal. These are just some of the unforgettable experiences recalled by Britain's sporting heroes in a celebration of Team GB's success at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Director/producer Andrew Nicholson Paralympic Review is tomorrow at 11.45am, followed by An Evening with Tanni Grey-Thompson at 12.05pm
Mature and sensitively handled romantic drama starring Anne Reid and Daniel Craig, and written by Hanif Kureishi. Visiting their grown-up children in London, elderly couple May and Toots feel excluded by the frenetic pace of modern city life. In fact, their son's handyman, Darren, has more time for them than their own family members. Review page 70. (2003,15)
The BMW 1 series elbows its way into the world of the small hatchback, plus a look at the range of the cars on the market coming in from South East Asia and the Ariel Atom takes to the track.
What Not to Wear's Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine swap wardrobes for wheels as this week's "Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car".
Shown yesterday at 8.30pm
A further mauling of the English language from President Bush as the team continues to go for the jugular. More tomorrow, 12.35am. RT DIRECT: Dead Ringers series one is available for only £11.99
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2/6. Goth popsters the Cure, singer/songwriter Jackson Browne and soul star Anita Baker join Jools.
There's also performances from the Futureheads, melodic songsters Embrace and New York rapper Nas, who appears with his jazz musician father, Olu Dara. More tomorrow at 1.05am.