Repeats are not indicated.
10.00 Henry's Wives with TerryDeary (ages 7-11) Catherine Parr 2022887 10.10 Making Sense of Health (ages 7-11) Amazing Microorganisms 1378852 10.30 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) Children in Victorian Britain
10.50 BBC Primary Arabic (ages 7-11) Arabic Language and Culture 6155177 11.10 BBC Primary
Geography (ages 7-11) France 4837413 11.20 Focus (ages 9-11) Citizenship: Minorities
11.40 Focus (ages 7-11) Difference and Discrimination
11.50 Emotional Literacy (ages 7-11) Foot and the Gang
Adam Shaw looks at the business of pantomime, and experts answer viewers' questions about any financial matter. Submit queries via email: email@example.com; or via bbc.co.uk/workinglunch.
The series returns on 3 January. Editor Tracey Hobbs
Live coverage of the first of the UK championship semi-finals. The top half of the draw featured both of last year's finalists, Stephen Maguire and David Gray , as well as world number two Stephen Hendry.
Will any of them be in action this afternoon? n Digital viewers can choose which table to watch, and access news, results and statistics, via their handset's red button
A maximum of nine frames tonight will decide the first place in Sunday's UK championship final. It's not possible for all four of last year's semi-finalists to be here again this year, as round three holds the prospect of Stephen Maguire meeting David Gray and Joe Perry playing Mark King. With Hazel Irvine. (5) 0 Digital viewers can choose which table they would like to watch, and access news, results and statistics, via the red button
8/8. It's the end of the course, and Diarmuid Gavin 's green-fingered students are hard at work on their Tatton Park Flower Show entry. Will their hard work be rewarded with a medal - and has the experience sparked any thoughts of career changes?
Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith The Inside Story: p110; Christmas gardening tips: p28
Last of three dark Manhunters dramas based on true tales of animals with an appetite for human flesh.
The 1820s, a remote Swedish hamlet: panic mounts when children are preyed upon by ravenous forest wolves, but two villagers are hiding a guilty secret.
Writer Jack Parish: Director Marc Jobst
Producer Martha Holmes
Jean Henric Bedoire:
5/8. Anyone for bread and butter pud with shaved fennel? Smug foodies Minty (Arabella Weir ) and Simon (Richard E Grant) share the recipe. Writers Jon Canter and Arabella Weir ; Director Chris Langham
Producer Gareth Edwards
12/12. Catastrophes, cosmonauts and coconuts tax the wits of Bill Bailey , Dara O'Briain , Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. With Stephen Fry. New series in the new year. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Shown last Friday on BBC4 Dara O'Briain joins Jonathan Ross at 10.35pm on BBC1 Phill Jupitus on Stevie Wonder: page 38
Highlights from the first semi-final in this year's UK championship. With Hazel Irvine. (5) 0 Digital viewers can choose which table they would like to watch, and access news, results and statistics, via the red button
Eerie psychological horror r starring Simone Simon. Oliver, a young New Yorker, falls in love with Irena, a Serbian-born fashion designer. But Irena is haunted by a past involving the occult and bestial worship. Review page 55.
Director Jacques Tourneur (1942. PG) (BW) And don't miss...: page 45; Trivia: page 58
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Civil War The Breakdown 33659 2.30 Civil War Taking Sides 45494 3.00 Civil War Total War 36611 3.30 Civil War Endgame
4.00 Ever Wondered? 17611 4.30 The Art of Breathing 37340 5.00 The Lapedo Child
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