1/2 Dishes include fish pie, horseradish mustard beef and chocolate mousse cake. (R)
2/2 Dishes include turkey crown with all the trimmings and mini filo beef wellington canapes. (R)
1/3 The new archbishop Justin Welby celebrates his first Christmas in the position. (R)
An angel assumes human form to help a bishop repair both his cathedral and his marriage.
3/20 Two veteran actresses, Anne Reid and Thelma Barlow, go antique bargain hunting. (R)
1/6 Michael Portillo sets off with his 1913 guide to to journey through Russia. (R)
3/10 James Martin is joined in the kitchen by Glynn Purnell and Brian Turner. (R)
4/10 James Martin is joined in the kitchen by Nathan Outlaw and Brian Turner. (R)
1/8 Neil Oliver discovers Broome's dark pearling history and the science of pearl cultivation. (R)
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8/10 Anna finds out the truth about her real father.
9/10 Rattled by Sarah's return, Regina takes extreme measures to get close to George.
7/8 Frank and Betty are looking forward to Christmas, especially the church's Nativity play. (R)
29/30 Hundreds of people turn out in Herne Bay to have their antiques and collectables valued. (R)
37/160 Dermot Murnaghan hosts the quiz featuring the country's top quiz champions. (R)
Paul and Mary share some of their favourite festive recipes in this one-off special. (R)
Festive archive performances from the likes of Blur, The Bluebells, and Katie Melua.
1/2 Sam and Phil embark on an international quest to prove once again they are The Wrong Mans.
12/13 The guest panellists are Louis Walsh, Glen Matlock, Lloyd Langford and Melissa Steel.
3/3 Brian records a charity Christmas record in aid of bi-polar polar bears.
One of Britain's sharpest comedians tackles the big issues.
A widow's late husband is reincarnated 20 years after his death.
11/14 The remaining candidates are interviewed by four of Lord Sugar's trusted advisers. (R)