Timetable on Monday 19 December
With Sally Magnusson and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday 19December
With Zoe Ball and Chris Jarvis. Stereo Animated cartoon.
First episode of a live action drama about 16-year-old Tom who journeys across Canada. Rpt ......
The Roundabout Stop.
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Featuring vet Mark Evans , needlecraft, the weekly fashion make over, and Santa 's Journey reaches Austria.
Includingat 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional News and Weather.
12.05pm A Pebble Mill Special
Bob Langley recalls highlights of a summer journey around the United Kingdom.
First semi-final of the general knowledge quiz. With Philip Hayton.
Concluding the two-part film drama. Will seismologist Claire Winslow's terrifying predictions of a cataclysmic earthquake in Los Angeles come true?
(Part 1 and cast list see Tuesday 20 December)
With Toby Anstis. Stereo More adventures in Toyland with Noddy and his friends. With the voices of Susan Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert. BBC NODDY MAGAZINE: 80p, from newsagents
Last episode of the puppet comedy-drama series.
Final helping of prehistoric animated fun.............
In the last show of the series, Terry Nutkins meets some wildfowl, including newly-hatched ducklings and cygnets.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC2 at 7.35am
* See Children: page 39
The concert approaches but the choir have other problems. Last in the series.
Written by Kevin Hood
Michael is confronted by his past, and Danni becomes involved in mischief with the kidsfrom Waratah Tech.
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo
With Martyn Lewis and Huw Edwards ,
Weather Suzanne Charlton
(For details see Monday 19 December)
Regional Variations (2)
This Is Your Life
Michael Aspel springs a surprise on actress Stephanie Cole, reuniting her with relatives, friends and colleagues.
The last part of the current affairs magazine series which travels the length and breadth of the nation, responding to the stories that matter and speaking to those affected by the politicians and decision-makers.
Editor Paul Woolwich Stereo
Here are some answers to questions you always wanted to ask - and a few more. Tonight, the show asks how
Father Christmas manages to deliver all the presents to children on Christmas Day and how the Post Office deals with all the extra deliveries and letters to Santa; how astronauts did the delicate job of mendingthe Hubble Telescope while wearingtheir cumbersome space suits; how
Jim Henson 's Creature Shop makes weird and wonderful animals forfilms like The
Flintstones and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in a London warehouse; and how the organisation Support Dogs trains dogs to help people with disabilities. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull.
Producers Martin Lucas and Gill Stribling-Wright Executive producer Alan Boyd
Anne Robinson with viewers' opinions on BBC television programmes.
Write with your comments to Points of View, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ. Or telephone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Bernard Newnham
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
The End User (part 2). Enough guns to start a civil war could be on their way to Belfast. MI5 may be to blame, but the only traitors in the loyalists' sights are Tony and Harry. Last in the series.
Episode written by Dusty Hughes ; Producer Joy Lale Director Roy Battersby
Mary Shelley 's classic story, showing in two parts, starring
James Mason , Leonard Whiting
Jane Seymour , Michael Sarrazin
The outlandish theories of young Victor Frankenstein come to fruition in the shape of a captivating creature.
However, his success is short-lived. Part 2 is tomorrow at 10.20pm.
Director Jack Smight (1973) Subtitled. * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
Horror starringJulian Sands
InJune 1816, Mary Godwin and her lover Percy Bysshe Shelley arrive at the Swiss villa of Lord Byron. After an orgy of drinking and drugs, they begin a seance - with terrifying results.
Director Ken Russell (1986)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70