Followed by Christmas Storytime with Roly Mo
The gang tackle a snowman.
Followed by The Owl
Will Basil get his ideal Christmas?
The people of Greendale enjoy winter.
The penguin celebrates Christmas.
Pixel invents a scanning device.
Spooky supernatural comedy drama starring Christina Ricci ,
Bill Pullman , Cathy Moriarty and Eric Idle. A wicked heiress hires
Dr Harvey, a specialist on ghosts, to rid the haunted house she has inherited of its unwanted inhabitants. Review page 54. Director Brad Silberling (1995, PG)
A panel of experts answer viewers' questions about pensions, shares and investments.
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Jolly the giraffe goes into labour
- and there's news about the last wolf cub. (Revised Rpt)
5/5. Thirteen-year-old Tom Daley takes on the world's best seniors in synchronised diving.
A father and daughter open a riding school in Spain.
Troika pottery goes under the hammer in Penzance.
Aled Jones and Cerys Matthews join the culinary duel.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The latest behind the scenes, including last-minute rehearsals ahead of tomorrow's grand final.
With an estimated 50 million members worldwide and a valuation in excess of £7 billion, is social networking site Facebook the future of the internet or a bubble that is about to burst? The Money Programme's Max Flint logs on to find out.
Producer Jeff Wilkinson ; Editor Clive Edwards
2/3. Nigella's solution for dealing with festive revellers turning up at your door, all expecting to be fed, is to stuff them full of canapes. Her festive menu includes Parma ham, creamy goat's cheese and figgy wraps, spicy mini ribs and irresistible crab cakes. For a girls' get-together, Nigella creates cinnamon-rubbed poussin, scented couscous with amber pomegranate seeds, and a Cuban chorizo and black bean soup.
Tonight's show features 12 gardening ideas to cover each of the 12 days of Christmas. Carol Klein and Joe Swift enjoy a variety of winter walks with a horticultural flavour, Sarah Raven follows the journey of the British cobnut from harvest to the plate and, at Berryf ields, Monty Don and head gardener Alys Fowler tackle a host of winter tasks and start planning the new gardening year.
Director/Producer Sharon Fisher BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Monty Don reflects on a year at Berryfields in the December issue. Available now, price £3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 40
Clare Balding introduces live coverage of the puissance competition from the Olympia Horse Show in west London. Last year this equestrian high jump contest ended in a three-way tie for first place, with father and son John and Robert Whittaker sharing the honours with Switzerland's
Markus Fuchs. Commentary is from Michael Tucker.
Producer Gerry Morrison ; Editor Michael Cole High drama: page 39
Presented by Emily Maitlis.
Kirsty Wark and guests recall 2007's cultural highs and lows.
Series producer Tanya Hudson Followed by Weather
In this special programme, the musical maestro reflects on some of his personal highlights as host of Later.... , a role that has afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with, among others, Paul McCartney , Dusty Springfield, the White Stripes,
Solomon Burke , Norah Jones and Mary J Blige.
Producers Mark Cooper and Alison Howe (HD)
Fantasy adventure starring
Jack Palance and John Terry. In a harsh age of sword and sorcery, two brothers are pitted against each other in a battle of good against evil. Review page 54. Director Terry Marcel (1980, PG)
Series four. Data's
Day. Data learns about emotions in the run-up to the wedding of Miles O'Brien.
3.10 The Wounded. Picard investigates claims of violence against the Cardassians.