5/10. David Attenborough looks at the hunting tactics of the world's carnivores.
1/6' series two. Ascending the summit of England's most popular mountain, Helvellyn.
Denhom Elliott stars in this dramatisation of Dickens's classic ghost story.
Ian Hislop investigates the fallout of Dr Beeching's closure of railway branch lines.
Period comedy drama starring Michael Redgrave.
Two bachelors pretend to be called "Ernest" in order to court Gwendolen and Cecily. But events take a confused turn. Review page 73.
Director Anthony Asquith (1952, U)
Film version of the smash-hit Broadway musical featuring the songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein, and starring Mitzi Gaynor. Review page 73. Director Joshua Logan (1958, U)
TV presenter Shauna Lowry competes against singer and actress Toyah Willcox.
Reaction and results from the English leagues and the SPL
With Ray Stubbs. <s)
Digital viewers can follow the day's action on Final Score, 2.30-6.00pm
Christmas special from 1978. it's young Mr Grace's birthday.
Period drama based on the novel by Charles Dickens, starring Jamie Bell and Charlie Hunnam. When their father dies, the destitute Nickleby family is split up by the evil Uncle Ralph. Nicholas is sent to work at a boys' school in the north of England that's run by the sadistic Mr Squeers. He befriends the disabled and mistreated Smike, and they decide to run away so Nicholas can reunite his family. Review page 73. Director Douglas McGrath (2002, PG)
Sir Mulberry Hawk:
Turkey Dinner. Can Captain Mainwaring really be a softie at heart? The struggling senior citizens of Walmington-on-Sea are about to find out.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Stars including Ronnie Corbett, Michael Parkinson and Bruce Forsyth pay tribute to the BBC's former head of light entertainment, Bill Cotton, who died in August this year. During his tenure he oversaw shows like Morecambe & Wise, The Two Ronnies, The Generation Game and Dad's Army, which delighted audiences in their millions in what was regarded as the golden age of BBC television. Three examples of the programmes he championed follow. Producer Alexandra Briscoe ; Exec producer Karen Steyn
A trip back in time to when the comedy duo reigned supreme. Guests include Robin Day, Diana Rigg, Gordon Jackson and Des O'Connor.
Director Vic Meredith ; Producer Ernest Maxin Morecambe & Wise: the Show What Paul Merton Did is on Friday 2 January at 9pm on BBC1
"Life, is the name of the game...," warbled Bruce Forsyth as four teams each comprising two people from the same family began their quest to take home what was on the conveyor belt. But first they had to undertake a series of challenges.
It's time for a traditional Christmas dinner, 1874-style, but someone steals the turkey and the two comedians in various guises must find it. With Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker.
With The Who, Shania Twain, Grace Jones, The Supremes, and The Specials.
A look back at the way we used to celebrate Christmas.
Woody Allen's bittersweet period comedy drama about a 1930s jazz guitarist, starring Sean Penn, Uma Thurman and Samantha Morton. Review page 74. (1999, PG)