Big Cook Little Cook
7.20 Tots TV
7.30 Bob the Builder
7.50 Pablo the Little Fox
The cubs see their first snowfall.
Can Archie fix the bus?
8.20 Postman Pat
Pat has to get his skates on to do his round.
Revolutions. Examining Cromwell's republic, the Restoration of Charles II and the Great Fire.
10.00 Britannia Incorporated In 1690s England, the victors of the Glorious Revolution celebrated the dawn of a new era with new rulers, William and Mary. More tomorrow 9am
9/10. David Baddiel comes from a family of Jewish migrants. During a trip to Europe he unearths a story of great success marred by war. The series concludes tomorrow. 10.50am
Stan and Ollie try to keep control of their mischievous kids.(BW)
Stan Sr./Stanley Jr.:
Ollie Sr./Oliver Jr.:
Powerful kitchen-sink drama starring Tom Courtenay and Michael Redgrave. The athletic abilities of a boy in borstal offer him a way out of his bleak situation. Review page 76.
Director Tony Richardson (1962. 12)
Jeremy Brett stars as Sherlock Holmes on the hunt for the missing fiancee of a Lord.
First shown on ITV Another story tomorrow at 2.40pm
Truro. Cornwall, plays host to the auction game.
Nicky Haslam and Cleo Rocos join chefs Ross Burden and Phil Vickery.
Energetic crime comedy starring Jack Hawkins. Infuriated by his enforced retirement from the army, an ex-officer plans a huge bank robbery using his military experience and a group of old service colleagues. Review page 76.
Director Basil Dearden (1960, PG) (BW)
Lt Col Hyde:
Peter Graham Race:
3/3. The terrible impact of the Second World War is evoked through dramatic coloupfodtage. Home movie of Adolf Hitler , footage ofthe devastation wrought by the Blitz, life on the home fronts D-Day and the Allied invasion of France, British \ bombers defying attacks by German fighters and thejhorrorof the Holocaus that greeted troops as they marched on Ge ny stand testament to thefconflict's legacy. Narrated by John Thaw.
First'snown on ITV1
3/4. Famous sexagenarians share their wisdom on marriage, sex, children, careers and health.
(Revised rpt) The final edition will be shown in the New Year
A light-hearted romp through the top 50 celebrities in the world of entertainment who've had a great year - and those for whom 2005 can't come any quicker. Featuring Robbie Williams , Britney
Spears, Michael Moore and David Beckham , and including interviews with Gordon Ramsay , Thierry Henry , Greg Dyke and Nadia from Big Brother.
Friend-to-the-stars DermotO'Leary presents. / Producers Will Bryant and Zoe Thorman Executive uce
The AufWiedersehen, Pet team build Darth der a new Death Star, child behaviour expert Tanya meets her toughest challenge and 0 0 ume tries to find the Glastonbury Festival. n what happened to Gandalf after The Lord ortne Rings? With Jon Culshaw , Kevin Connelly , Jan Ravens , Phil Cornwell and Mark Perry. See Boxing Day Choice. First shown on Boxing Day at 9.25pm
Simply Red: Stars. Interviews and archive footage are combined to identify the driving forces behind the hit songs of the hugely popular album Stars. With contributions from Simply Red front man Mick Hucknall , plus band members of the time, including guitarist Heitor Teixeira Pereira and keyboard player Fritz Mclntyre.
Director Bob Smeaton
5/6. kd lang performs a track from Hymns ofthe 49th Parallel, Ian Brown holds the promise of a Stone Roses classic, Mercury Rev provide spacey sounds, while the Bravery make their UK TV debut, and French rapper MC Solaar is back after a nin&year absence. Plus Hugh Comwell on his autobiography A Multitude of Sins. Jools's 12th Hootenanny begins tomorrow at 11.10pm. Later.... with Jools Holland concludes tomorrow at 2.25am