Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, BBC One, Saturday December 1, 8.10pm
Join Michael McIntyre for an evening of big stars, big laughs and even bigger surprises as this week he is joined by singing superstars Michael Buble and chart-topper Rita Ora. Husband and wife presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford take part in a double Send To All.
The Supervet At Christmas, Channel 4, Thursday December 6, 8pm
It’s Christmas time at Fitzpatrick Referrals. Tatiana, a one-year-old crossbreed puppy, is brought in to see if The Supervet, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, can do anything to correct her severely deformed front legs. Tatiana was rescued by a charity from Romania.
The Little Drummer Girl, BBC One, Sunday December 2, 9pm
Khalil takes Charlie to an isolated house where he builds a bomb for the planned attack on Professor Minkel, an outspoken academic.Meanwhile, Kurtz and Becker are concerned about Charlie’s state of mind and where her allegiances lie. In her greatest test so far Charlie delivers the bomb.
S.W.A.T, Sky One & NOW TV, Sunday December 2, 9pm
Wow, 22 episodes goes fast when you’re watching Hondo’s heroics. Now, in the final mission of the series, S.W.A.T race to save the city from a sting of bomb attacks. Meanwhile, Hondo is forced to get tough with Street when he lies to the team. And Jessica is thrown a curveball by colleague Michael Plank.
Secrets Of British Animation, BBC Four, Sunday December 2, 9pm
An hour-long journey through more than a century of British animation, the defining characteristic of British animation can be summed up as ingenuity. Unable to compete with the big American studios, animators in Britain were forced to experiment.
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