Small gets lost. (R) (S) (AD)
Julia Bradbury climbs Helm Crag, one of Alfred Wainwright's favourite fells. (R) (S) (AD)
Alexei Sayle travels along the Hejaz Line. (R) (S)
Romeo the otter has a problem in his mouth that could be life-threatening. (R) (S)
Julia Sawalha traces her roots, following her father's ancestry to Jordan. (R) (S) (AD)
As the year comes to an end, the team has to bring in the wheat harvest, the key period in the Victorian farm calendar. (R) (S) (AD)
Series four. Neil Oliver explores the staggering scale of Britain's global sea trade. (R) (S) (AD)
A crook's blackmail attempt reunites Dr Sloan with his daughter for the first time in years. (R) (S)
Dr. Mark Sloan:
Paul Martin and the team visit Edinburgh. (R) (S)
With jazz musicians Kenny Ball and Chris Barber. (S)
Peter Davison stars as the gentleman sleuth in this feature-length edition. Also starring Brian Glover. (R) (S)
Alistair Appleton looks back at some of the best properties with equestrian facilities. (S)
When Mr Grace raises the bonus for the department store's Father Christmas, there's a surge of applications. An evening dedicated to the series starts tomorrow at 5pm. (R) (S)
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Period romantic comedy based on the play by Noel Coward, starring Jessica Biel, Ben Barnes, Kristin Scott Thomas and Colin Firth.
Formidable matriarch Mrs Whittaker struggles to keep the family from bankruptcy in the wake of the First World War. When her son Ben arrives with his new American bride, Mrs Whittaker decides that she's not quite the thing, and battle lines are drawn.
Review page 91 (2008, PG) (S) (W)
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The crew prepares for the millennium dinner, but Tony makes a discovery on the fire escape which puts a damper on the festivities. (R) (S)
Period romance starring Edward Norton, Naomi Natts and Toby Jones. 1925: bacteriologist Walter hastily marries socialite Kitty and the couple relocate to Shanghai. But when Kitty falls in love with someone else, Walter plans revenge - taking a job in a remote, cholera-ravaged village and forcing her to accompany him or face social disgrace. In English and Mandarin with subtitles.
Review page 91 (2006, 12) (S) (W)
Another amazing line-up joins Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra to celebrate the old year and bring in the new. Tom Jones will perform classics and the odd soul cover, Boy George performs live on TV for the first time since his release from prison, and Roger Daltrey, fresh from a solo tour of the US, performs Who classics and some blues to boot. Dizzee Rascal, Lily Allen and Kasabian remind us of some of the defining sounds of 2009, Paolo Nutini performs tracks from his Sunny Side Up album, Dave Edmunds reprises his 1968 guitar hit Sabre Dance, and we also hear from Shingai Shoniwa, Florence Welch, Paloma Faith and Rodrigo y Gabriela.
The New Year will be piped in by the band of the 1st Battalion of Scots Guards. (S)
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Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel (see page 223)
Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues
Highlights of this year's event, featuring headliners Blur, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young. (R) (S)
Romantic film noir starring Farley Granger and Cathy O'Donnell.
An innocent convict escapes jail with two criminals. Injured in a car crash, he is nursed to health by a young woman, and the pair begin to fall in love.
Review page 91. (1948) (BW) (S)
The film noir season continues tomorrow with Crossfire at 1.40am