The atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima.
07.00-8.00am digital viewers can watch Make It Magical, which includes an animated book of children's winter pictures, pius makes, recipes, songs and a competition.
The mischievous twins help out in Santa's workshop.
It's mating season for the wolves. Who'll be top dog? (5)
2/4. Destination Timbuktu. Palin savours Senegal.
1/5. A second chance to catch David Attenborough 's breathtaking exploration of the invertebrate world, in daily doses. First shown on BBC1
2/6. Syncopated City (1919-1933) Rodgers and Hart. George and Ira Gershwin, Fred Astaireand Al Jolson all came to the fore.
First shown on BBC4 RT DIRECT: DVD of the series £10.99 incl p&p. Call [number removed]3850 (landline calls cost 8p per min max) quoting RADT
***** A celebration of the golden age of MGM movie musicals. Narrators include Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Gene Kelly, Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra, James Stewart and Elizabeth Taylor. Plus performances by Judy Garland, Esther Williams and Clark Gable. Review page 79. Director Jack Haley Jr (1974. U)
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★★★★★ Sparkling comedy with James Stewart ,
Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. The preparations for the wedding of a socialite and a wealthy executive go awry with the arrival of the bride's first husband. Review page 79. Director George Cukor (1940. U)
Oscar-winning western starring John Wayne as one-eyed US marshal "Rooster" Cogburn. When a young girl discovers that her father has been robbed and murdered, she persuades the hard-drinking Cogburn to track down the killer. Review page 79.
Reuben J. 'Rooster' Cogburn:
Colonel G. Stonehill:
Captain Boots Finch:
Lawyer J. Noble Daggett:
Since the Labour landslide win in 1997. the former Conservative cabinet minister has increasingly spent time cultivating an arboretum at his Northamptonshire estate, Thenford. This eye-catching film follows a year in the life of a vivid and personal garden - orchards, par-terres and a sculpture garden are just some of the features - which now contains one of the most important private collections of trees in the country. Director/Producer Philippa Walker
rCult sitcoms such as Hancock's Half-Hour sealed
Tony Hancock 's place in the comedic pantheon, as he came to represent the hopes, dreams and frustrations of the average man; but his private life was far from happy. This rounded and sympathetic portrait reveals an extraordinarily complex man. who was much more than the tragic comedian who committed suicide in 1968. With contributions from friends and colleagues. Director/Producer Ashta Alkhirsan
No Way Out. Fletcher is loath to spend Christmas in his cell so, through a convoluted series of events, he ends up in hospital with his feet up in a quiet private room. The festive episode from 1975. The Two Ronnies Christmas Sketchbook is tomorrow on BBC1, 1.50pm Ronnie Barker 's last laughs: page 27
2/6. The comedian's so-called taboo subject tonight is death - one of his all-time favourites. Then, in complete contrast, he airs his hilarious views on bodily functions, and later, in a specially recorded interview, he discloses the roots of his inimitable brand of humour. More tomorrow at 10.35pm.
Mel Brooks 's scream of a horror spoof, starring Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle. Though shamed by his infamous ancestry, medical-school teacher Frederick Frankenstein goes to Transylvania to receive a family legacy, where he dreams of reanimating the dead. Review page 79. (1974,15) (BW)
Fame Academy judge David Grant , queen of UK garage Lisa Maffia , Mike Lewis from Lost Prophets, and Geordie funny man Dave Johns are the guests.
Artists showcase their new albums, from the well-known - Paul Weller , John Cale and Sheryl Crow - to the more obscure - powerful soul singer Bettye LaVette and Icelanders Sigur Ros. More tomorrow at 1.45am.
Romantic film noir starring Farley Granger and Cathy O'Donnell.
An innocent young convict breaks free from jail but is injured in a car accident. Recovering in a hide-out, he is nursed back to health by a young woman and the two find themselves falling in love. But their new-found happiness is to be short-lived.
Review page 79. (1948) (BW)