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Tuesday 4 December

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The Best Christmas Food Ever

Paul Ainsworth and Catherine Fulvio are joined by actor and panto star Christopher Biggins, as they share the culinary secrets, perfect for creating delicious festive flavours throughout Christmas.

Today it’s all about a Boxing Day feast, as they rustle up mouth-watering dishes like bubble and squeak scotch eggs, plus a delicious baked ham with a spicy balsamic vinegar glaze.

Christmas is all about pushing the boat out, whether that’s the food, the decorations, entertaining or giving gifts, and we meet the people who, in their own way, go the extra mile to make Christmas super special.

Paul and Catherine have also selected their favourite 12 tastes of Christmas and they create dishes that celebrate two of their favourites: chestnuts and mincemeat. As the kitchen fills with the aromas and flavours of the season, the fun and festivities begin.

Holby City

A much-loved face from the past forces a guilty Serena (Catherine Russell) to think about her future. Will she be able to keep her terrible secret?

Dom (David Ames) and Lofty (Lee Mead) find themselves at a crossroads when a game highlights the cracks in their relationship.

When Frieda (Olga Fedori) and a difficult patient reach a place of understanding, Frieda finds herself taking in an unlikely companion.

Pictured: Bernie Wolfe (Jemma Redgrave) and Serena Campbell (Catherine Russell)

Mrs WIlson

Alison (Ruth Wilson) is on the tail of the elusive Dorothy (Keeley Hawes) - finding photographs of her from Alec’s stint in India.

After speaking to Alec’s handler Coleman (Fiona Shaw) and hearing that their ‘relationship’ was likely a cover story, Alison traces Dorothy to Yorkshire and demands to hear the truth.

Back in the 1940s Alison struggles with the aftermath of Alec’s decisions, forced to raise her poverty-stricken young family in wartime London.

Pictured: Coleman (Fiona Shaw), Alison Wilson (Ruth Wilson)

Sports Personality 2018: A Great Sporting Year

Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill looks back at the sporting calendar and meets some of the headline makers of 2018.

Relive the thrilling Winter Olympics, a golden Commonwealth Games and the nail biting World Cup in Russia - enjoy the key moments from an unforgettable year in sport.

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