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
The duo found their own country.
Cat flu hits the safari park.
Wild Goose Chase. The migration of two bar-headed geese. Signed repeat next Wednesday
Daily magazine following life at a historic castle.
Nearly Killed in New York. The politician visits the USA.
First shown on UKTV History
Preparations for celebrations at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Shown yesterday at 11.50am
Spy spoof from the Carry On team starring
Kenneth Williams. Review pages 63-97. Director Gerald Thomas (1964, U)
(BW) Carry On Follow That Camel is at 12.45am tonight on BBC1
Following the lives of students at one of Britain's greatest institutions. The Royal Ballet production of Giselle follows.
Shown yesterday at 10.05pm
Two doomed lovers form the focus of this Royal Ballet performance. It may be full of Germanic doom and gloom, but thanks to Peter Wright 's choreography it's nevertheless a moving version of Adolphe Adam 's famous romantic tragedy. Director/Executive producer
Ross MacGibbon Hearts a-leaping: page 23
More culinary creations are whipped up in 20 minutes.
3/3. God's Child. The series concludes with a look at
Paul Gauguin 's interpretation of the Nativity scene, a distinctively modern piece in which he depicted the Madonna as a young Polynesian woman, using his pregnant mistress as his model. Far removed from traditional images, it has been hailed for its relevance to the contemporary world. Director/Producer Lucie Donahue
Executive producer Jeremy Bugler
Can Captain Mainwaring really be a softie at heart? Walmington-on-Sea is about to find out.
(The movie of Dad's Army is on Wednesday 27 December at 7pm)
In Springwatch and Autumnwatch, Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King followed all the highs and lows in the lives of our nation's wildlife at its busiest times of year. Reunited at the Wildlfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve at Martin Mere in Lancashire, the trio review the year's wildlife events, show us their favourite moments from 2006 and reveal how the animals have been faring since.
Producer Lucinda Axelsson ; Executive producer Fona Pitcher
The Phantom of the Opera is the most successful musical in history and arguably the most commercially successful work of art ever produced. Made with the full co-operation of composer
Andrew Lloyd Webber and producer
Cameron Mackintosh , this documentary hears from all of the people who helped create the stage phenomenon, which many predicted would be the biggest flop of Lloyd Webber 's career, as well as the fans who have seen the romantic musical countless times, in a bid to uncover the enduring appeal of such an unapologetically unfashionable show.
Director/Producer Janice Sutherland ; Exec producer Phil Craig
Famous females, including Ann Widdecombe, Jenny Eclair and Arabella Weir, reveal their feelings about the season to be jolly. It turns out, for them, it's anything but. They vent their spleens on the dubious pleasures of Christmas shopping, catering for the entire family and scouring a mountain of pots. And whose idea was it to invent table decorations?
Manish Bhasin presents highlights of the opening day of the Fourth Test between Australia and England from the MCG in Melbourne. More highlights tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Producer Matthew Coliandris ; Editor Mark Cole
Digital viewers can access further highlights from the opening day of the Fourth Test from 10pm to 12 midnight by pressing the red button, and from 2.00 to 10.15am they can access live commentary of the second day's play from Five Live Sports Extra, plus detailed statistics
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5/8. Stephen Fry presents a potted history of popular music programmes on TV, exploring why such shows are making a comeback, thanks to the success of The X Factor and Pop Idol.
(The next episode is tomorrow at 12 midnight)
Detective mystery starring George Sanders , Tom Conway and Jane Randolph. The Falcon brothers team up to crack a gang of Nazi saboteurs. Review pages 63-97.
Director Stanley Logan (1942) (BW)