Golden moments for sporting stars
The only certainty in this annual BBC sporting beano is that Gary Lineker, Clare Balding and Sue Barker will NOT be among this year's winners.
But as to who will be crowned this year's overall winner, well, that's difficult. There are so many to choose from – and virtually everyone nominated, save for Rory McIlroy the golfer, have come from the triumphant summer Olympics in London.
Bradley Wiggins is there, of course. But what about Grand Slam and Olympic glory boy Andy Murray? Not forgetting the fastest middle distance runner around, the wonderful Mo Farah.
And, who would bet against Jessica Ennis – THE face of the 2012 Olympics – from zooming up on the inside to grab the title from under all of their noses?
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It's going to be quite a night. And a highly emotional one, too.
ET The Extra Terrestrial Sunday, ITV1, 4.50pm. It is an astonishing 30 years since the ugly little lost soul from outer space burst on to cinema screens. If you want more than just the movie screening, stay tuned to the same channel for a celebratory documentary, Happy Birthday ET, which follows at 7pm.
Coronation Street Monday, ITV1, 7.30pm. Christmas is nearly here so the soap scripts always have to have some storylines building towards a showdown. Step forward Fiz and Tyrone. Mr T is planning to wed Kirsty but decides to risk everything with a festive dalliance between him and Fiz. Can they keep their affair secret? Oh, no, of course they cannot.
The Great British Christmas Bake-off Masterclass Tuesday, BBC2, 8pm. Christmas cake, Christmas pudding, Christmas pannetone, Christmas buns, Christmas mince pies, Christmas chocolate log....just how much Christmas can you happily digest in half an hour or so? The master and mistress of oven-baking, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, show us all how to make all these delicious things at home.
SATURDAY Clive Dunn: A Tribute BBC2, 9.20pm. The death of Dad's Army stalwart Clive Dunn last month means the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon numbers are diminishing to a dangerous level. The actor had a long and illustrious career, though, besides his stint as Corporal Jones. Here, as part of a special Dad's Army evening, he's fondly remembered.
SUNDAY The Making of A Lady ITV1, 8pm. Joanna Lumley is perfectly cast in this period drama, based on a book by Secret Garden author Frances Hodgson Burnett. She plays an upper crust lady who strongly disapproves of a marriage between her wealthy nephew and a woman who comes to work for her.
MONDAY Nigellisima Christmas BBC2, 8pm. One of a host of food shows on telly this week, but Nigella's culinary antics are always worth watching, whatever the season. In this one she heads for Venice and cooks up some Italian-inspired dishes for us to contemplate.
TUESDAY Last Tango In Halifax BBC1, 9pm. The penultimate episode finds Celia and Alan (Anne Reid and Derek Jacobi) doing a spot of Strictly Come Dancing in the privacy of Alan's home. It all looks as though things are perfect for his late-life love affair. If only.
WEDNESDAY Snow Babies BBC1, 8pm. This time of year wouldn't seem right without a vast expanse of snow across our screens. That's what you get here, along with loads of cute images of baby bears, Arctic foxes, fledgling penguins and so forth. Definitely one with the "aaaah" factor.
THURSDAY Michael Grade's History Of The Pantomime Dame BBC4, 9pm. Panto's a topsy-turvy world. The principal boy's always a girl, and the outrageous dame is always a bloke. The latter has a long theatrical tradition and here, Michael Grade unearths great vintage footage of some in action.
FRIDAY Text Santa ITV1, 6.55pm. We've had Children In Need already and it was a resounding cash-raising success. So this is a bit like arriving after the main event but, one guesses, it's a case of better late than never in this telly charity plea, packed full of celebs.