The Vicar Of Dibley: Merry Christmas (11.50am)
It's been 10 years since Geraldine arrived in Dibley, and the villagers set out to celebrate in ways that only they could dream of. A lingerie model (guest star Rachel Hunter), chocolate fountain, copious amounts of wine and the Archbishop of Canterbury make this a Christmas to remember.
Only Fools And Horses: Sleepless In Peckham (1pm)
Del and the family have only two weeks to find the cash to pay the Inland Revenue, or they will be evicted from their home in Nelson Mandela House. Meanwhile, Marlene has disappeared and everyone is convinced that Boycie has murdered her.
The Vicar Of Dibley: The Christmas Lunch Incident (2.40pm)
When Geraldine is invited to three separate Christmas dinners (she is later asked to a fourth), she hasn't the heart to turn them down so she goes to all three. And, if that wasn't enough, later that evening BBC producer Tristan Campbell (Peter Capaldi) pops round and asks the Vicar to marry him. Guest starring Orla Brady, Mel Giedroyc and Carol MacReady.
Only Fools And Horses: Heroes and Villains (3.40pm)
Trotters Independent Traders Company is struggling to make money and Del's application for a council grant has been rejected so things aren't looking good. But when the pair attend a party dressed as Batman and Robin they end up turning street vigilantes and find being on the right side of the law has its own rewards.
Only Fools And Horses: Modern Men (5pm)
Del is reading a book called Modern Man but, despite being convinced he is the dictionary definition of debonair masculinity, the book is making him behave irrationally. Cassandra is expecting, and Rodney wants a better job to provide for his family and he unwittingly replies to a job advertisement posted by Del to alleviate Rodney's workload.
Only Fools And Horses: Time On Our Hands (6.20pm)
Raquel's parents are coming to lunch so Del pulls out all the stops - if only Uncle Albert knew the difference between coffee and gravy granules. Raquel's father knows a bit about antiques and spots something in the Trotters Independent Traders Company's assets that will change their lives forever. Could they really be millionaires by next week?
The Good Life: Silly, But It's Fun (7.40pm)
Margo returns her entire Christmas order because the tree is too short and she and Jerry are left with no means to celebrate after the department store fails to redeliver in time. Tom and Barbara come to the rescue, inviting them round for a Christmas of homemade paper hats and improvised party games.
Blackadder's Christmas Carol (8.20pm)
Blackadder has now been incarnated in Victorian London as Ebenezer Blackadder; a kind-hearted gentleman whose Christmas is in danger of going by the wayside - his greedy friends and neighbours are taking advantage of his good nature. That is, until he's visited by the Spirit of Christmas. Guest starring Jim Broadbent, Miriam Margolyes, Miranda Richardson, Robbie Coltrane, Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry.
Bottom: Holy (9.20pm)
In Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall's anarchic, slapstick sitcom, it's Christmas day and Richie is cooking the dinner to which Dave Hedgehog and Spudgun are invited. Although dinner is not up to Michelin standards, Richie's day improves slightly when he finds out he happens to be the Son of God.
The Royle Family: The New Sofa (10pm)
Inspired by Nigella Lawson, Denise decides to cook Christmas dinner for the family this year. Jim provides the yuletide log and, much to his dismay, Dave's Mum and Dad are invited to join in with the festivities. What could possibly go wrong?