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Week 52 highlights
The wait is finally over. After 12 sensational weeks of sparkle, glamour and show-stopping performances, the remaining four couples must take to television’s most prestigious dance floor for the final time.
Deck the halls with glitter balls… the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special returns to once again light up a magical Christmas Day, as six celebrities take part in a festive edition of the nation’s favourite show.
Twenty-eight years after the broadcast of the last episode of Roy Clarke’s hugely popular situation comedy Open All Hours, we are recording a new episode: Still Open All Hours.
Idris Elba takes pole position on the grid as he sets off on the drive of his life, in a revelatory, adrenaline-fuelled documentary series about speed and driving fast.
Mel Smith, who died early this year aged 60, was one of this country's most celebrated and recognisable comedy stars. But Mel was not simply a gifted comic actor; he was a theatre and film director, a successful businessman, a racing enthusiast and the showbiz bon viveur of his generation.
Ben and Susan arrive for Christmas Eve in Hebburn and bring Susan’s mum Millie, who locks horns in a fight to granny death with Dot.
Christmas is just round the corner, and no-one knows what Mrs Brown’s grandson Bono wants for a present. He's already posted his letter off to Santa, so how can she find out in time?
Mark Gatiss restores the tradition of a BBC 'Ghost Story for Christmas' and brings to life one of MR James's most atmospheric tales in brand-new drama The Tractate Middoth, starring Sacha Dhawan, John Castle, Louise Jameson and Una Stubbs.
In Poplar, Christmas 1958 is not just about the opening of presents, but also the closing of deep wounds. Wartime trials are relived - and a new enemy confronted - before peace and love are restored to centre stage.
Orbiting a quiet backwater planet, the massed forces of the universe’s deadliest species gather, drawn to a mysterious message that echoes out to the stars - and amongst them, the Doctor.
Julia McKenzie, Joanna Lumley, Rob Brydon and Miranda Hart bring David Walliams’ bestselling children’s novel to life in a special 60-minute adaptation for BBC One.
In the grand-final of this year's The Choir: Sing While You Work, the nation's favourite choirmaster, Gareth Malone, takes the three remaining workplace choirs back to the roots of choral singing.
It’s the eve of the Darcy’s annual Lady Anne ball at their magnificent Pemberley home. It’s been six years since Elizabeth and Darcy married and they now have a young son, Fitzwilliam, 3. They are happier than ever and Elizabeth’s caring nature sees her suited to her role as lady of the house.
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