The Little Drummer Boy, 7.30am, Nine So, the little rascals at your place are up early and tearing at the presents and you need another hour’s sleep? How about an animated version of the story of The Little Drummer Boy , voiced by Ric Herbert, Carol Adams and Troy Planet: The ox and lamb kept time, pa rum pum pum pum I played my drum for Him, pa rum pum pum pum . . . Cirque du Soleil’s Solstrom: Ghostly Wind, 2.30pm, SBS If you tire of the usual Christmas Day television options, good old SBS is running almost two hours of these maestros of the modern circus. It’s followed at 3.20pm by Rockin’ Wind , which features the fabulous Mexican rope- walkers. Compass: Three Faces of Christmas, 7.30pm, ABC Did you know Jesus is one of the most highly recognised prophets in the Koran? This is just one of the surprising revelations in a warm and fuzzy edition of Compass , hosted inexplicably by lapsed Anglican and Triple J presenter Robbie Buck, pictured. Three families from different religious backgrounds describe what Christmas means to them. Merry Christmas, Mr Bean, 8pm, ABC Yes, he is a dreadful old cliche, often more annoying than funny, but the moment when Mr Bean stuffs the giant turkey with his own head, then lurches around his kitchen blindly with a giant chook for a hat, gets me every time. There are those who say it’s a cheap laugh, but I reckon any laughs at all are valuable at this time of the year.