With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Paul Burden.
With Justin Webb and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday
Today, making your own Christmas gifts and creating yourown decorative lighting. WithJaneAsher. Stereo .............
More makeover magic. Stereo ..
Topical debate. Stereo Subtitled.
Cookery challenge, with Richard Cawley.
Consumer advice programme.
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather
Design roadshow. Stereo ...........
Regional News and Weather
Vocabulary quiz hosted by Bob Holness.
Tim Clark presents the celebrity charades game. Stereo ..............................
Weather Subtitled ...........................
Ben tells Lisa a few home truths.
Billy risks everything in the name of love.
Repeated at 5.35pm Stereo
Quincy's Wedding (part2). Quincy's obsession with solving the nursing home murder puts his wedding plans in jeopardy. Conclusion of a story begun yesterday.
First shown on ITV
Terry Wogan recalls another episode of the celebrity word game..............
Mr Jolly plans a nightmare adventure. Repeat Stereo ...........
Paul and Barry cause mayhem when they help with a show's dance routine.
More madcap game show antics. With Dave Benson Phillips.
The 11th of the 13-part comedy about a bad village choir.
The shivering choristers wonder where all the coal is going. And why is Tony so warm?
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2
The English National Ballet perform two extracts from The Nutcracker, and the team have more things to make for Christmas.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am on BBC2
Shownatl.45pm Stereo Subtitled .....
Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather John Kettley Subtitled 38
For details see Monday 90
This week's close-up look at fashion and beauty asks three lottery winners whether hitting thejackpot has transformed thewaytheydress. Plus mood-alteri ng fragrances, the perfumes that promise to change notjust the wayyou smell but the way you feel. Presented by Alice Beer.
Series producer Owen Gay; Editor
Anya Sitaram reports on the technology that could revolutionise blood donating by converting one group into another. And Jez Nelson visits the airport of the future, where electronic tracking means air passengers should never again lose their luggage. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa
Forrester, with Craig Doyle. Producer Jonathan Renouf ; Editor
SaulNasse Stereo Subtitled...... 74
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David Attenborough presents a series of new films celebrating the 40th anniversary of the BBC Natural History Unit.
Although crocodiles have survived since the age of the dinosaur, much of their behaviour has been hidden - until now.
See today's choices.
Carol Smillie hosts the new-look midweek draw, with music from Robbie Williams. Guest Maureen Rees
, starofthe recent Driving School series, starts the draw with a special challenge. Producer Paul Lewis
NOTE: the winning numbers from previous lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555or by calling the Players'Lottery Helpline on 0645
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News; Weather
Edina has gone to a retreat to "find herself". Saffy has moved out. Patsy is working for a magazine in New York. Will they meet again? Last in the series.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Edina heads to a retreat to find herself, while Patsy goes to work in New York. With Saffy away at university, only Mother remains in the house. Will the gang ever meet up again? Show more
NeverAgain. A chance encounter leads Scully to a handsome divorcee whose tattoo of a woman seems to be controlling him. See today's choices.
* Fox's den: page 25
Regional Variations (2)
Lady Bellaston is determined to separate Tom and Sophia, and concocts a scheme with Lord Fellamar.
The Las Vegas desert, 1956: with Eisenhower in the White
House and the Cold War raging, neurologist Dr Alexander Brown 's career was just beginning. Assigned to the US Army nuclear-testing project "Nightbreaker", he played his part in the horror of it all. Years later, he is preparing to return to Las Vegas, this time to accept an award for his work.
Director Peter Markle (1989,15)
* See Films: pages 64-76
Followed by Weather
BBC1 joins the continuous-news station with bulletins on the hour.