Timetable on Monday 19 December
With Juliet Morris and Andrew Harvey.
Timetable on Monday 19 December.........
With Zoe Ball and Chris Jarvis.
Second episode of a live action drama.
Regional News; Weather .............
Introduced by Mo Dutta.
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick
Featuring cook Ainsley Harriott, behind the scenes of the fashion world, Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk, and Where There's a Will with Will Hanrahan. Also, Santa's Journey reaches Italy.
Including at 11.00 News Subtitled and Weather; Regional News; Weather
Dr Mark Porter : page 31
12.05pm Pebble Mill Alan Titchmarsh presents the final of A Song for
Details at 5.35pm. Stereo Subtitled .....
Second semi-final. Stereo .........
Classic animated feature with animals taking the roles of the Robin Hood characters.
Dastardly Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham are making the people's lives a misery. But help is at hand in the shape of fearless fox Robin Hood.
Featuring the voices of: Brian Bedford, Phil Harris, Monica Evans, Peter Ustinov, Terry-Thomas, Andy Devine, Roger Miller, Carole Shelley, Pat Buttram, George Lindsay, Ken Curtis.
(Next Disney film is The Land before Time on Christmas Eve at 1.35pm)
(Film Reviews pages 47-70)
With Toby Anstis.
Animation. In the last in the series Bold drags himself into a hiding place.
Everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit except Gran, who bricks up the chimney to stop Santa.
Last in the series.
See today's choices.
A special festive edition with presents, carols and the annual pantomime. Seetoday'schoices.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am on BBC2
♦ See Children: page 38
Pam is torn between two lovers. Julie buys into Philip's domain. Gaby's job interview doesn't go as planned. Shown at 1.30pm. For east see Wednesday
21 December Stereo Subtitled .........
With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
For details see Monday 19 December
A rundown of the UK charts, with the latest hits and pre-chart sounds. Director Claire Winyard ; Producer Ric Blaxill
Top of the Pops on Christmas Day features the Christmas number one at 2.00pm
Sanjay gets lucky, Matt gets his revenge, and David gets a chance to play the knight in shining armour.
Written by Christopher Reason
Last in the series of real-life dramas from the wards of Sheffield Children's Hospital. Christmas is approaching. 6-year-old Michael [text removed] has been rushed into intensive care after a road accident and doctors fear damage to his brain. Five-year-old Michael [text removed] was born with an abnormal food pipe and has problems eating. He needs regular operations to stretch his gullet but is still seriously underweight and his growth could be stunted for life. Meanwhile, Chief Executive Richard Jeavons is overseeing one of the hospital's expansions.
Producer Veronica Reinhardt ; Series producer
Tracy Cook Subtitled ............................
Mike Smith introduces some of his favourite guests and clips in the 100th edition of the comedy panel game.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Ian McCaskill .................
The last episode of a seven-part drama written by and starring Jimmy Nail with James Wilby
The End. Preparation is underwayfor the release of Jed's single. Ade is roughed up on the streets where he now has to obtain his drugs. Caroline takes advantage of Ade's weakness and starts to draw Jed into herweb. As
Jed and Ade agree to end their partnership, Ade hears Jed's single on the radio and races after him.
See today's choices.
Executive producers Linda James , Jimmy Nail , Jen Samson ; Director Robert Knights
Concluding Mary Shelley 's classic horror story.
Part 1 and cast list see Wednesday
21 December at 10.25pm
Horror spoof starring
Gene Wilder , Peter Boyle
Though shamed by his infamous ancestry, brain surgeon
Frederick Frankenstein goes to Transylvania to receive a family legacy. There he dreams of reanimatingthe dead.
Followingthe cinema release of Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein and the two-part Frankenstein: the True Story comes this variation on the genre.
Director Mel Brooks (1974)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70