Stargazing with the astronomer Galileo, plus the first man in space - Yuri Gagarin.
7.00-8.00am digital viewers can watch Make It Magical, which includes an animated book of children's winter pictures, plus makes, recipes, songs and a competition.
A TV consumer show scrutinises the twins' work.
Shown yesterday at 11pm on BBC1
4/5. A host of fascinating parasitical relationships among invertebrates.
First shown on BBC1
5/6. Tradition (1957-1979). The influence of rock'n'roll, sex and civil rights on shows as diverse as Hair, Chicago and A Chorus Line. First shown on BBC4
I ★★★★★ Scintillating ballet drama from Powell and Pressburger, starring Anton Walbrook , Moira Shearer and Marius Goring. When promising dancer Victoria Page and young composer Julian Craster fall in love, ballet impresario
Boris Lermontov decides romance will not be allowed to interfere with their careers. Review page 86. (1948, U)
In Devon, Paul Martin finds out about Torquay ware and the history of marbles.
The charity fete at Gossington Hall gives residents the chance to meet the new owner. But the event is marred by a sudden death. Dramatised by TRBowen
Director Norman Stone Miss Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage is tomorrow at 3.50pm
it's panto in the kitchen as Sleeping Beauty stars
Debbie McGee and Sue Hodge take part. Recipes: Ceefax page 560
Jeremy Brett brings a typically artful eccentricity to Sherlock Holmes in a 1992 dramatisation of Conan Doyle 's tale. A society beauty who is due to marry is compromised by letters she wrote to another man. Co-starring Edward Hardwicke as Dr Watson, and guest-starring Robert Hardy and Norma West. Dramatised by Jeremy Paul
Director Peter Hammond First shown on ITV Jeremy Brett stars in The Last Vampyre tomorrow at 6.15pm
Monty Don challenges five of Britain's top amateur gardeners to transform the bare plots of a new-build housing estate. They're all starting with an identical blank canvas, but this year the brief has changed to suit the needs of homeowners - show gardens are out, practicality is in. Monty follows their progress over a four-day period. How will they fare on the gruelling question-and-answer session? And what will the judging panel - which includes Joe Swift , Sarah Raven and Adam Pasco - make of their creations?
Director Dennis Jarvis ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
Christine's Garden can be seen tomorrow at 8pm, followed by The Gardener's Year at 8.30pm
BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: E2.95, available monthly. The December issue has a feature on BBC Gardener of the Year
Moving drama, from the director of Chocolat and The Cider House Rules, based on E Annie Proulx 's bestselling novel, starring Kevin Spacey ,
Julianne Moore and Judi Dench. After the death of his trailer-trash wife, unassuming nobody Ouoyle moves with his daughter to a Newfoundland fishing village. As he starts a new life working for the local paper, he establishes a special connection with single mother and widow Wavey Prowse. Review page 88.
Director Lasse Hallstrom (2001, 15)
5/6. Dave thinks we're all far too hung-up about sex, and here he makes a hilarious case for being more open with one another. But woe betide anyone who might indulge in a post-coital cigarette - although he smoked from the tender age of five and throughout much of his TV career, Dave is now vehemently opposed to the pernicious weed.
Part-animated adventure based on the Welsh myths of The Mabinogion, featuring the voice of loan Gruffud and the music of John Cale. When three troubled teenagers discover a portal in the ocean, they decide to enter it and find themselves in the mythical land of Otherworld. Review page 88. (2003, 12A)
The UK guitar scene just keeps going from strength to strength, and there's no sign of a backlash just yet. This rocking compilation from the archives features blistering performances from Arctic Monkeys, Editors, Kaiser Chiefs, Morrissey, the Libertines, Radiohead, Hard-Fi and the Verve. A new series of Later.... with Jools Holland is planned for next spring. Join Jools for his annual Hootenanny this New Year's Eve