The execution of Anne Boleyn and abdication of Edward VIII.
Bob's twin is coming home for Christmas.
07.00-8.00am digital viewers can watch Make It Magical, which includes an animated book of children's winter pictures, makes, recipes, songs and a competition.
Boxing Day football highlights.
Shown yesterday BBC1 at 1120pm
2/5. From stunning aerobatics by hoverflies to the migration of butterflies in Taiwan, David Attenborough looks at the first animals ever to take to the air.
First shown on BBCKS)
3/6. Got Plenty o' Nuttin' (1929-1942). Broadway still thrived during the Great Depression. Stephen Sondheim and Carol Channing recall the productions. First shown on BBC4
L Leslie Nielsen narrates in rhyme the animated tale of a grumpy shop owner.
Live coverage from Chepstow, including the Welsh Grand
National at 2.05. Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad , with commentary by Jim McGrath. Other starts at 12.55,
1.30 and 2.40.
Director Steve Docherty ; Editor Stephen Cook www.bbc.co.uk/racing
Is the murder of a doorman part of a wider picture?
Dramatised by Jill Hyem ; Director Mary McMurray Miss Marple: Nemesis tomorrow 3.25pm
A show is put on for the workers' kids.
Sue Barker and Matt Dawson set a high bar for chefs Paul Rankin and James Martin.
4re Itchy and Scratchy the sea eagle chicks soaring 3cross the waters by now? Bill Oddie brings news an them and other favourite characters from
Springwatch as he looks back at the highlights of :he series. Featuring the full cast of bird and animal families and their daily lives and struggles at the climax of spring this year. Plus a preview of what to look out for in the 2006 Springwatch survey - already the biggest survey of its kind in the world
Producer Lucinda Axelsson ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher Bill Oddie is in Return of the Goodies at 9pm on Friday 30 December
The platoon decide to cook a feast for the town's pensioners in a Christmas edition from 1974.
The Dad's Army film is tomorrow at 6pm.
Writers Jimmy Perry , David Croft : Producer David Croft
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6/6. Little Britain's David Walliams is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Plus, is Jeremy Clarkson faster driving in real life or on a computer game? And what will break first at sub-zero temperatures: a car or Richard Hammond? With James May.
There will be six "best of" programmes in the new year and the next series is due to get in gear in May.
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I Faithful dramatisation of Graham Greene 's classic novel, starring Michael Caine and Brendan Fraser. Colonial tensions in 1950s French Indochina form the backdrop to a complex love triangle played out between world-weary journalist Thomas Fowler , his Vietnamese mistress and a young American aid worker. Review page 82.
Director Phillip Noyce (2002, 15) See premieres: page 48
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3/6. No Dave Allen series would be complete without one of his favourite subjects: the Pope. He recalls some of his funniest Papal material, and gives his insight into the Adam and Eve story. There's also out-takes that show things didn't always go as planned. More at 10.50pm tomorrow.
Sergio Leone's stately, epic spaghetti western starring Henry Fonda, Jason Robards, Claudia Cardinale and Charles Bronson.
A killer is hired to ensure the progress of the railroad through a nascent frontier town. Standing in its way is widow Jill McBain, whose property has a water supply that is vital for the venture. Review page 82.
Scots rockers Texas, reggae ambassador Sean Paul, the "golden voice of Africa" Salif Keita, Pete Doherty's Baby Shambles, and Linda and Richard Thompson's son Teddy join Jools. More tomorrow at 1.15am.