Series 13 Episode 12: Interviews
The final five candidates are summoned to Lord Sugar's newly refurbished offices in the City, where they are joined by some of Lord Sugar's closest associates, who are ready to put the candidates through their paces in the toughest of interviews. Each candidate goes head to head with a business heavyweight and attempts to prove their worth in the fight of their lives.
Detailed weather forecast.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Host Matt Tebbutt is joined by chefs Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Francesco Mazzei, as well as special guest Tom Fletcher. There are great moments from the BBC food archive, including clips from Rick Stein, Nigel Slater and The Hairy Bikers. Jane Parkinson picks the wines to go with the studio dishes.
Nigel Slater shares the flavours that, for him, make Christmas a truly delicious season. Nigel shows how to cook for both entertaining and self-indulgence, filling the kitchen with tastes and smells to evoke the spirit of the season and serving up food designed to bring comfort and joy. Nigel also makes a culinary trip to Norway and goes in search of a very special Christmas tree.
Dan Walker, Mark Lawrenson and Leon Osman look ahead to the weekend's football, which includes Manchester City against Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium and Chelsea's home game with Southampton. Also features an interview with the Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling, reflecting on the club's record-breaking winning run as they prepare to face Tottenham. There are also interviews with the Celtic starlet Kieran Tierney and Burnley's Jack Cork, whilst Bournemouth's Jordan Ibe talks about facing his old club Liverpool.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Gabby Logan presents a series of profiles of the nominees for the 2017 Sports Personality of the Year Award. Leading contenders include boxer Anthony Joshua, who defeated Vladimir Klitschko to become world heavyweight champion in April; cyclist Chris Froome, who became the first rider in modern times to win the Tour de France and the Tour of Spain in the same year; and racing driver Lewis Hamilton, who became world champion for the fourth time, overtaking Jackie Stewart as the most successful British driver in history. Outsiders include footballer Harry Kane and athletes Mo Farah and Jonnie Peacock.
Episode 7: Peterborough
This double edition comes from one of the largest antiques fairs in the country, the East of England Showground in Peterborough. Charlie Ross is at the helm and also finds time to visit Blakesley Hall in Birmingham. Experts Philip Serrell and Christina Trevanion are on hand to help two sets of reds and blues, but who will come out on top at the auction?
Series 16 (45 minute versions Episode 32: Oxfordshire
Property series. Jonnie Irwin goes on an Oxfordshire property hunt with a couple of brothers, where one has £675,000 to buy himself a character country home. Jonnie also sets sail on the River Thames to experience pleasure boating in true Victorian tradition.
Jason Mohammad presents all the day's football results, along with reports and reaction from the big games, including Chelsea against Southampton, Arsenal's match with Newcastle and Stoke's meeting with West Ham. With studio guests Dion Dublin and Garth Crooks.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
Series 10 Episode 14: Sports Personality of the Year
Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present a special celebrity Sports Personality of the Year edition of the general knowledge quiz. Four teams try to come up with the answers that no-one else could think of. Featuring Jayne Torvill and Geoff Thomas, Paula Radcliffe and Dame Mary Peters, Robin Cousins and Fatima Whitbread, and Maggie Alphonsi and Greg Rusedski, all competing for those elusive zero-scoring answers to general knowledge questions, based on survey answers from members of the public.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host the grand final of Strictly Come Dancing, with the final four couples hoping to win the Glitterball Trophy. Tonight sees a Strictly first as all four couples dance three times. First, the judges pick a dance from the series which they think the couple can improve upon. Next, the couples each perform their showdance - with no rules and any style, it's their chance to showcase their creativity and dancing skills. And finally, each couple reprise their favourite routine from the series. Plus there's a special musical performance from superstar Ed Sheeran.
Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre. Miranda Hart bravely gives Michael her phone in Celebrity Send to All, and there is music from Niall Horan and new comedy material from Michael himself. And whose bedroom will Michael be sneaking into in the return of the Midnight Game Show? An A&E doctor is fooled into thinking the theatre is actually a grand hotel in the most ambitious Unexpected Star surprise ever.
Gary Lineker introduces Premier League highlights, including the heavyweight clash between Manchester City and Tottenham, Arsenal's encounter with Newcastle, Chelsea's meeting with Southampton and Crystal Palace's trip to Leicester. Brighton play Burnley, Huddersfield visit Watford, and Stoke host West Ham. Ian Wright and Martin Keown provide expert analysis.
Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell with highlights of Thursday night's game between the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts. They also look ahead to the rest of the fixtures coming up in week 15 in the lead-up to the NFL playoffs.