Big Cook Little Cook
7.20 Tots TV
7.30 Brambly Hedge
Conker loses his voice.
Edie and Archie are getting into bad habits.
8.20 Postman Pat
The twins crash their sledge into an icy pond. Who will save them?
9.2 SKerchingl Missy makes Danny a promise.
9.50 Looney Tunes
10.05 Scooby-Doo Tackling a monster from the past.
10.30 Junior Great North Run Party
Featuring performances from Girls Aloud, DJ Casper, VS, Frankie and Calvin and Peter Andre.
8/10. Vic Reeves is intrigued by rumours of bigamy in his family's past.
Another edition tomorrow at 11am
Installing a radio aerial, the Stan and Ollie way. (BW)
Classic drama from director Carol Reed , starring James Mason as escaped prisoner
Johnny McQueen , the idealist leader of "the organisation". During a hold-up to obtain funds he is shot, badly wounded and left in the street by a fellow gang member. From then on, he is hunted without mercy. Review page 72.
(1946, PG) (BW)
Thrilling western starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Wade Hatton , a tough cattleman, takes on the job of bringing law and order to
Dodge City. Review page 74. Director Michael Curtiz (1939, PG)
Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland star in They Died with Their Boots On on New Year's Eve at 12.20pm
Attempting to swell wallets in Chelmsford.
With Jessica Taylor and Kevin Simm from Liberty X.
John Mills is splendid as Captain Scott in this documentary-like account of the ill-fated British expedition to the South Pole that ended in 1912. After commanding the unsuccessful National
Antarctic Expedition of 1904, Scott attempts to raise funds for a return trip. Review page 74.
Director Charles Frend (1948, U)
Chief Stoker Lashley:
Petty Officer Green:
2/3. Continuing the extraordinary and moving insight into the most devastating war in human history, achieved through the combination of rare colour film footage - the product of years of painstaking research - and extracts from personal diaries. Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
First shown on ITV1
2/4. An assorted group of sexagenarians, including celebrities and opinion makers, reflect on life's rich and varied experiences. Continues tomorrow at 8,50pm. (Revised repeat)
Chronicling the landmark series of Amnesty International fundraising concerts which brought together a wealth of comedy talent and paved the way for future events such as Comic Relief.
Featuring extensive archive footage, contributions from John Cleese , Jennifer Saunders, Stephen Fry, Alan Bennett, Terry Gilliam, Ruby Wax, Lenny Henry, Rowan Atkinson and the late Peter Cook.
Music comes from Bob Geldof , Joan Armatrading , Phil Collins and Sting.
Director Margy Kinmonth ; Producer Roger Graef
First shown on BBC4
Another helping of topical impressions and parody from Jon Culshaw, Kevin Connelly, Jan Ravens, Phil Comwell and Mark Perry. More tomorrow 11pm.
Phil Collins , Anne Robinson and Roy Wood 's Army make the journey to the welcoming family home in Wembley. With Sanjeev Bhaskar , Meera Syal , Indira Joshi and Vincent Ebrahim. See Boxing Day choice. Shown on Boxing Day at 9.55pm
Motorhead: Ace of Spades. An insight into the headbangers' dirtiest and toughest album, featuring contributions from Lemmy, Phil Taylor , Eddie Clarke and Metallica's Lars Ulrich. Simply Red's Stars features tomorrow at 11.30pm.
Director Tim Kirkby
Paul Weller plays a diverse set from his new album of covers, plus visceral sounds from Razorlight, new songs by West African singer and kora player Mory Kante , and Roni Size is joined by soulful songstresses Beverley Knight and Jocelyn Brown to air tracks from his new album Return to V.
More tomorrow at 12.20am.