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.
Penny the penguin hurts her wing.
A hand-reared wallaby is returned to the mob, but will it be accepted?
2/3. Islands That Changed the World. How Charles Darwin 's
1835 visit transormed our view of life on Earth. Tilda Swinton narrates. Final episode is tomorrow at 9.30am
Daily magazine following life at an historic castle.
5/8. Nazi Sniper Plan. Thompson is kept busy by Nazi attempts to assassinate Churchill. First shown on UKTV History
Helping people make money from their junk.
Second World War adventure starring John Gregson,
Anthony Quayle and Peter Finch. Review pages 63-97.
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric
Pressburger (1956, U)
individuals are invited to try to make money selling their antiques at auction.
Arthur Conan Doyle's celebrated creation leaves his Baker Street lair to solve the mystery surrounding a woman's unknown benefactor. Feature-length drama, starring Jeremy Brett. Another Sherlock Holmes mystery The Eligible Bachelor is tomorrow at 3.10pm
Kitchen duel between two celebrity chefs.
Anne Robinson piles on the pressure.
The domestic goddess dispenses festive advice to two women who have never hosted a family
Christmas before. After two days of schooling in cleaning, decorations and preparing the perfect turkey, the pair subject their houses to Anthea's expert scrutiny - but only one can win the coveted Perfect Housewife tiara.
Director/Producer Imogen Sparks
Shown on Christmas Eve at 7pm on BBC3
For the Love of Three Oranges. Mainwaring finds himself bidding against Pike for an orange at a fundraising bazaar, and the pipsqueak reveals a stubborn streak that costs the captain dear.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
If you're in the mood for car calamities and other assorted motoring reports, here's a chance to catch up with highlights from the last series.
People over a certain age will love this nostalgia fest about Saturday-morning kids' show Multi
Coloured Swap Shop. It was launched 30 years ago and ran until 1982. Here, former presenter
Noel Edmonds , along with old colleagues Keith Chegwin , Maggie Philbin and John Craven , relive some of the best moments. They also discuss how the programme paved the way for similar series. Producer Fiona Clark ; Executive producer David Sankey
Repeated on New Year's Eve at 6.10pm More nostalgia on Tuesday 2 January at 8pm The Inside Story: page
Manish Bhasin presents action from the third day's play between Australia and England in the fourth Test at the MCG in Melbourne. Many critics predicted England would struggle with the ball after bowling coach Troy Cooley switched his allegiances to Australia earlier this year. Day four highlights are tomorrow at 11.15pm.
Digital viewers can access further highlights from day three of the fourth Test from 10pm to 12 midnight by pressing the red button. and from midnight to 7.15am they can access live commentary of the fourth day's play from Five Live Sports Extra, plus detailed statistics
7/8. Chat Shows. Michael Parkinson , Terry Wogan and David Frost contribute to a look at one of light entertainment's most successful and enduring formats - the chat show. From the intense investigative questioning on Face to Face, to the use of shock tactics in confessional programmes such as The Jerry Springer Show , the chat show format has constantly evolved to provide some of the most talked-about television ever produced. Featuring Sally Jesse Raphael , Clive James , Clive Anderson , Joan Rivers and Graham Norton. The series concludes tomorrow at 11.55pm.
Director/Producer Elaine Shepherd
Mystery starring Tom Conway. When a plane crash-lands without its pilot and passengers, dashing detective the Falcon is called in to investigate, and discovers that three men have disappeared as well as$100,000 in securities. Review pages 63-97.
Director William Clemens (1943)(BW)