Press the red button between 7.00am and 7.00pm to access two sing-along
Christmas songs from the CBeebies gang and Something Special's Mr Tumble
Music and dance with Pete and Nat.
The siblings prepare for Christmas.
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Moscow the train is snowed in.
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The residents hold a Christmas party.
The polar bear considers going skydiving.
The giraffes make a meal of a box of nettles.
Steve Leonard trails wild dogs. Producer Martin Hughes-Games
Exec producer Sara Ford
Thompson visits the Middle East. First shown on UKTV History
Preparations for celebrations at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Rptd tomorrow at 1.50am
Comedy starring John Gregson , Dinah Sheridan and Kenneth More. Review pages 63-97. Director Henry Cornelius (1953, U)
Glyndebourne celebrates the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth.
Nicholas Hytner directs, with Ivan Fischer conducting the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Director Francesca Kemp
Exec producer Sue Judd There's a performance of The Magic Flute in Opera on 3: Live from the Met on Radio 3 on Saturday 30 December at 6.30pm
Documentary taking an intimate look into the life of the big cat.
Rptd Wed 27 Dec at 6.30pm
The naturalist reports from across the nation.
2/3. Census at Bethlehem. A closer look at the image that inspired a thousand Christmas cards: Brueghel's Census at Bethlehem. It depicts Mary and Joseph's arrival in the town - but also offers a glimpse into life in a Netherlands village under the rule of foreign invaders. The next episode is tomorrow at 6.10pm
Her Majesty addresses the nation and the Commonwealth, Shown at 3pm on BBC1 Jeremy Paxman salutes the Queen's broadcast: page 40
The inmates plan to escape, but Fletch has other ideas concerning a spell in the infirmary. The Christmas episode from 1975. Writer Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer Sydney Lotterby The Two Ronnies Christmas Sketchbook is on Boxing Day at 11.55am on BBC1
Adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel starring Charlie Hunnam. Young Nicholas is an innocent at large in a world controlled by Uncle Ralph Nickleby. First there is the tour to the lower depths of educational hell at Dotheboys Hall, run by Wackford Squeers and his wife. But then there is light at the end of the tunnel in the shape of the charitable Cheeryble brothers. Review pages 63-97. (2002, PG)
Great Expectations is on Tuesday 2 January at 12.50pm
Sir Mulberry Hawk:
A documentary about the pursuit of dreams, which goes behind the scenes at the Royal Ballet in its 75th year. With unique access to the Royal Ballet School and the Royal Ballet Company, follow the everyday highs and lows of a number of junior and senior dancers and students over the course of several months at one of Britain's greatest institutions. Repeated tomorrow at 1.45pm Giselle is on Boxing Day at 2.45pm Hearts-a-leaping: page 23
A rundown of Christmas hits as Steve Wright rummages around in his sledge to introduce the best ever seasonal hits. Featuring Slade, the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl , plus more recent offerings from The Darkness, Kylie Minogue and Saint Etienne.
Shown on Saturday at 7.40pm
Stars. Terry Wogan is among the guests as Stephen Fry looks at the impact that radio celebrities have had on both their own medium and television.
Another edition is tomorrow at 11.40pm.
Detective mystery starring George Sanders. When ex-wrestler Moose Malloy is released from prison, he goes searching for his former girlfriend, Velma, leaving chaos in his wake. Intrigued, Gay Lawrence , alias the Falcon, follows the trail of destruction and is soon facing danger. Review pages 63-97.
Director Irving Reis (1942) (BW)