The four successful young chefs from this week's heats serve up a two-course meal for restaurant critics Charles Campion , Jeremy Wayne and Nicholas Lander. Michel Roux Jr and Gregg Wallace pick the two winners.
Shown yesterday on BBC2
Gina McKee and Jeremy Northam star in this intense one-off drama exploring a woman's struggle to hold her family together after her husband is accused of downloading child pornography from the internet. Though knowing her marriage wasn't perfect, she faces the terrifying possibility that her three daughters might not be safe and that the man she loved could be guilty of a terrible crime.
Toby Ross-Bryant , Naomi Wirthner
Writer Kate Gabriel ; Director Adrian Shergold ; Producer
David Boulter Signed repeat tomorrow at 2.05am What Gina McKee 's watching: page
4/6. Members of a prestigious golf club come under suspicion when the crime-busting team investigate a child murder.
Writer Roy Michell ; Producer Gina Cronk ; Director Paul Seed Cherie Lunghi - Face of the Week: page 59
Lynne delivers a shock announcement to the Slaters.
Writer Julie Wassmer More cast 22 December Rptd 10pm on BBC3
An old-fashioned love story showing across two consecutive nights and set in the South Wales valleys during the 1930s. Well-to-do doctor Andrew joins his father's infirmary, and in miner's daughter Bethan finds a spirit lacking in his previous girlfriends. The two fall in love, but their differing backgrounds prove a major sticking point. Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
Dramatised by Matthew Baylis from the novel by Catrin Collier
Producer Matthew Robinson ; Director Richard Laxton
A joy-ride results in tragedy.
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Continuing the BBC's season about abusive relationships. Hitting Home (part 1). Domestic violence ensnares Comfort in the first of a two-part story. Concludes next week.
Written by Ann-Marie di Mambro ; Producer Tim Holloway ; Director Gwennan Sage www.bbc.co.uk/casualty HITTING HOME: www.bbc.co.uk/hittinghome or call free on [number removed] Pulling no punches: page 24
Living for the Moment. Colette challenges an elusive Simon following their tryst at the staff Christmas party.
Written by Robert Scott Fraser ; Producer Richard Handford
Director Chris Lovett For further cast see Saturday 21 December
Repeated Monday 30 December at 9.10pm on BBC Choice Kelly Harrison 's Christmas: page 12
Danny fails to live up to Diane's expectations.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC Choice)
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Dominoes. A killer bug puts A&E under extreme pressure.
Written by James Wood ; Producer Tim Holloway ; Director Jeremy Webb
First in a series of occasional self-contained crime dramas.
Passion. A call-centre supervisor obsessed with her manager becomes convinced he is having an affair and decides to kill off her rival and frame his wife for murder.
Written by Simon Sharkey ; Producer Paul Knight ; Director Gerry Poulson
Pauline's latest Quirke: page 20
Hector's regimental reunion draws the attention of the police.
Written by Andrew Taft
Next episode and further cast Sunday 30 December 8pm (S) (W)
Chrissie wakes up with Alistair in Janice Taylor 's bed. With guest star Madhur Jaffrey.
(S) (W) Website: [web address removed]
Celebrity guests: page 14
Borrowed Time. Danny faces a career crisis when he reveals more than he intends to a 15-year-old patient, and Keri finds herself embroiled in a mother/daughter conflict. Meanwhile, young love on the ward encourages Victoria to reconsider a romantic proposition.
Written by Tony Lindsay
Series producer Stephen Garwood ; Director Kim Ritcroft (S) (W)
The creditors' meeting is even worse than Ian had anticipated, while Nick has a gift that Martin wasn't expecting.
LucyBeale Casey Anne Rothery Danny Harrison Eddie Osei AmeenaBadawi Shobna Gulati Maurice Michael McStay DrTrueman Nicholas R Bailey John Charrington Jeremy Gittins For the rest of the cast see Tuesday (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Moving On. Keri befriends a teenage runaway with a guilty secret but her approach causes conflict with her colleagues. Meanwhile, Kirstie performs a dangerous emergency rescue that has unforeseen consequences for her career.
Written by Lynne Dallow
Series producer Stephen Garwood ; Director Jim Shields (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
Nicola Stephenson 's questionnaire: page 13
Now in its 21st year the annual star-studded fund-raising extravaganza gets under way, as Terry Wogan, Gaby Roslin and Pudsey Bear invite you to join Children in Need 2000. Last year the event raised Â£18.5 million and throughout the evening there will be news of how the money was spent, plus details of how to support this year's appeal. S Club 7 open proceedings singing their hit Reach, and there's music from Ronan Keating and Melanie C, TV vet Trude Mostue becomes Marilyn Monroe for her rendition of I Wanna Be Loved by You and Naked Chef Jamie Oliver sets off on his quest which will result in someone in the UK having supper cooked for them tonight. See Choice.
7.30 Paul Ross and Gillian Joseph report on the South East's activities from the old Spitalfields Market in London's East End. Celebrities joining them include John Altman and Nick Bateman and there will be music from Damage.
7.40 There's music from All Saints performing Pure Shores.
8.00 Craig David and Rolf Harris provide the music and A Question of Sport meets A Question of Pop when Dale Winton hosts a contest featuring Sue Barker and Jamie Theakston.
8.30 Some top TV duos including Angela Rippon and Terry Wogan, Vanessa Feltz and Jeremy Spake, correspondents Nicholas Witchell and Jennie Bond and Fiona Bruce and Jeremy Vine re-create some Hollywood dance magic from the movies.
9.00 Texas perform live and in honour of Pudsey's 21st birthday, and for one night only Wendy Craig, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Geoffrey Palmer and Andrew Hall, the cast of the eighties hit comedy Butterflies are reunited for a special episode.
9.30 Martine McCutcheon performs her version of the Donna Summer classic On the Radio and Gaby Roslin and Dr Mark Porter become Sophia Loren and Peter Sellers to recreate the sixties' comedy hit single Goodness Gracious Me.
Videoplus code for 7.00-10.00pm (S) (W)
Well, goodness gracious me! Page 28
Only the Lonely. In the last of the series, John Fuller-Carp decides to flirt with a judge in order not to lose a case.
Written by Clive Coleman Director
John Stroud : Producer Paul Schlesinger (S) (W)
Drama about a boy who runs a TV studio with monsters.
A painting competition is organised.
Wntten by Jeremy Swan (S)
Drama about a boy who runs a TV studio with monsters. Karen makes a programme about unusual relatives, such as Vera's relation, who lives in a Scottish loch.
Written by Jeremy Swan (S)