Doctor Who (S8)Saturday 27 December from 08:15
Doctor Who returns for a brand new series as a very special BBC Entertainment all-day marathon. And there's a new Doctor at the controls of the TARDIS...
Peter Capaldi debuts as the Twelfth Doctor, alongside Jenna Coleman as Clara. Stay tuned all day for 12 new adventures in space and time, followed by a Christmas special, Last Christmas, at 19:15.
- Sundays at 21:00
A fresh, contemporary take on the much loved characters and stories, this epic series follows d’Artagnan, Athos, Aramis and Porthos as they fight for justice, for honour, for love and for adventure.
In a series all about passion, loyalty, heroism and brotherhood, d’Artagnan and the Musketeers face a continuing struggle to maintain order and protect the King and Queen, while outwitting the machinations of the shadowy Cardinal Richelieu as he ruthlessly strives to achieve his vision of a modern France along with his hired assassin, the beautiful but mysterious Milady de Winter.
Strictly Come DancingSundays at 20:15
Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly bring the sparkle back to TV talent contests with the twelfth series of this dazzling ballroom extravaganza.
Stars from every corner of the celebrity world put on their dancing shoes for weeks of gruelling training with their professional dancing partners, all hoping to prove their worth and be crowned the next Strictly Come Dancing champion.
Carols from King'sWednesday 24 December at 18:10
The traditional Christmas carol concert from King's College Chapel, Cambridge. Stephen Cleobury conducts the famous chapel choir in carols old and new, including Once in Royal David's City, In Dulci Jubilo, Ding Dong Merrily On High and Angels from the Realms of Glory.
The story of the Nativity is told in the words of the King James Bible and in Christmas poems by Edwin Muir, GK Chesterton and Ben Jonson.
Gangsta GrannyWednesday 24 December at 20:35
When his parents drop him off to stay at his granny’s for the evening, Ben expects the usual, boring old cabbage soup, never-ending knitting and endless Scrabble with his equally boring grandma. Until one day, Ben’s granny tells him an incredible story... she was once known as the ‘Black Cat’, a notorious international jewel thief!
Together they go on a wild adventure to complete the one heist she never quite managed in her criminal heyday – to break into the Tower of London and steal the Crown Jewels.
Robbie Williams: Live in TallinnWednesday 24 December at 21:45
A high-octane rollercoaster ride through Robbie Williams’ biggest hits.
Over a million people witnessed Robbie’s extraordinary showmanship in this hit-packed show. Filmed in front of an electric 70,000 strong crowd in Tallinn, Estonia, this live recording offers a chance to see Robbie, one of the best pop stars of his generation, perform tracks including Candy, Let Me Entertain You and Angels. The show also includes a guest performance featuring 2013 BRIT Award nominee Olly Murs.
Robbie Williams: One Night at the PalladiumFriday 26 December at 19:50
This special evening of entertainment sees Robbie offer his interpretation of classic swing hits as well as performing new tracks written with long-term musical collaborator Guy Chambers. Also joining Robbie on stage are guest stars Lily Allen and The Muppets' Miss Piggy.
One Night at the Palladium promises to be a treat for Robbie fans as well as anyone who enjoys great swing and big band performances.
Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014: HighlightsWednesday 31 December at 19:50
This highlights package brings the best bits of the action to the small screen. With this year's biggest stars, from Pharrell Williams to One Direction, Kings of Leon to Ed Sheeran, Radio 1's Big Weekend has something for everyone and is a party not to be missed.