with Andy Crane and co-host Edd the Duck.
At 9.45 Part 2 of The Snow
Queen with Eleanor Bron.
Including at 10.25-10.40 1,2,3,4,5
It's time to go Carol
Singing today with the Wiggly Park gang. (Repeatedat 1. 15pm) and at 11.30-12.00
A play by Roy Apps.
It is Christmas 1944, and Luxembourg is under
German occupation. The people of Wiltz have taken refuge in the cellars. Then 12-year-old Mattie decides to make a nightmare journey through the snow.
Mattie KEELEY HAWES
BFBS Worldwide and the squad in Germany link
British forces around the world and their families at home, with Christmas Eve messages and carols from a military band.
Including at 1.00pm News Update and at 1.15-1.30
Surely Santa Claus can't do everything by himself - building the sledge, opening the letters, packing the presents, training the reindeer? Intrepid reporter
Tony Slattery goes to Lapland to find out who really does all the work.
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