From San Francisco, Richard Sanders explores the linkage between Californian farming and Californian cuisine Producer Richard Sanders
With Angela Tilby.
With Peter Hobday and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Eric James.
5: The End of It. Scrooge awakes to find it is Christmas morning ... and discovers that he is a changed man. For details see Christmas Day
Repeated from Christmas Eve 12.15pm
4: Father John McCullough , whose Parish is based in the Sperrin Mountains of County Tyrone, reflects on the "plain people of Ireland". Producer Judith Elliott. Rptd Sunday 6.15pm
Professor Christopher Frayling Presents the last in the series. Visions of the City. Why do so many movies offer dystopias rather than Utopias when dealing with the modern world? With the voices of designer David Snyder , director Mira Nair and professor of film studies, Ginette Vincendeau.
Anna Keaveney reads the last of four spooky Christmas tales.
Across the Fields. By Susan Price. For details see Boxing Day
5: One New Year's Eve too many in Orlando, Florida.
For details see Christmas Day
South Africa v England
Coverage of the fourth day's play from Port Elizabeth. Including at
1.00 The World at One as FM For details see Wednesday * Approximate time
An investigation into the thriving art of sycophancy. Those proficient in fawning and those on the receiving end of unctuousness tell all. Reporter Diana Eden. Producer Fiona Couper. Rptd tomorrow 2.00pm
5: The police ask Miss Marple to take part in a little experiment. For details see Christmas Day
Fred Harris visits the little world of Trumpton, Captain Pugwash, Mr Benn, Fingerbobs and other favourites. For details see Christmas Day
The dilemma for many small companies is how to move into large-scale production without sacrificing quality. Derek Cooper talks to producers who have successfully made the leap.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
By Johanna Spyri. The classic children's favourite, dramatised by Berlie Docherty. Heidi is 5 years old when she first goes to live in the Swiss Alps. with Kirsty Adams. Mark Burrows , Debbie Arnold , Zulema Dene , Patience Tomlinson. Christopher Good, Neville Jason , James Greene , Sandra James Young. Mark Straker , Paul Bailey , David Collings and Michael Muskett. Director Janet Whitaker
Last of the series of interviews recorded at Arthur Miller's home. 1970-1995 For details see Boxing Day
Robert Fox presents the final portrait. A Little Bit of a Pirate.
Gerald Priestiand was a distinguished BBC presenter and foreign correspondent. Producer Simon Elmes Rpt
By Zoe Fairbairns. Nicola thinks everyone hates her and it all stems from her schooldays. Read by Sara Coward. Producer Rosemary Watts
The last of four programmes. Trivial Pursuit
For details see Boxing Day
A Christmas traffic experience: Zen and xenophobia, Vivaldi and violence, Meatloaf and Mickey Mouse. Producer Malcolm Love Rpt
Ructions at The Bull.
For cast list see Friday 22 December
Written by Sam Boardman-Jacobs . Director Peter Leslie Wild. EditorVanessa Whitburn Rptd New Year's Day at 1.40pm
Christopher Serle celebrates the best of the year's broadcasting on the BBC. Producer Cathy Drysdale. Rptd Sun 3.30pm
BBC correspondents discuss the stories which will make the headlines in 1996. Producer Tony Grant
Presented by Simon Parkes.
3: Viva Espresso! Italian cafe life. Producer Miriam Akhtar
Repeated Sunday at 9.15am
Repeated from Saturday at 7.20pm
With Owen Bennett Jones.
Henry Goodman reads the final extract. For details see Christmas Day
Sally Grace , Toby Longworth ,
Jon Glover and Ronnie Ancona look back at some of the news stories of the year.
Producer Jane Berthoud. Rptd tomorrow 6.25pm
Alistair Beaton and guests bare their teeth in anticipation of New Year.
Presented by Theo Barker. 2: The Arrival of Showbiz
Part 10 of Peter Hoeg 's thriller. For details see Monday 18 December