Sunday 23 December 2012

Christmas TV!

One thing I love about Christmas is the TV!!

All the soaps have their specials and a lot of the more popular shows on tv too...

Here's the one's I'm most looking forward too....In no particular order....

Mrs Brown’s Boys - Christmas Eve - 10.15pm & Boxing Day 9.30pm. BBC1
Agnes is dealing not just with a hectic family Christmas, but with putting on a Nativity play. Will her unique take on the script win the approval of Father Damien? And who on earth will she find to play the Virgin Mary?
Doctor Who - Christmas Day - 5.15pm. BBC1

The Doctor must deal with some very scary snowmen, hideous creatures made from “telepathic snow” in a fun, timely yarn...We also we meet The Doctor’s new companion Clara...Exciting!! 

The Royle Family - Christmas Day - 9.45pm. BBC1

Dave has an idea for Dragons Den! Jim is banking on a get-rich-quick scheme: a scratchcard. Meanwhile, a new busty neighbour has moved into the street and next-door neighbour Joe is looking for love via an advert in the Lonely Hearts column. It’s good to have the Royles back after a gap in 2011: still no sitcom captures Christmas family life like it. 

Outnumbered - Christmas Eve - 9.35pm. BBC1

The Brockman family have decided to foster a sense of community by throwing a Christmas party for their neighbours. However, as expected, festivities do not go as smoothly as planned. They are visited by some colourful guests, including, among others, an opinionated neighbour, a traumatised ex-weatherman and that most unwelcome of guests, a seasonal gastric virus. 

BBC One has put together a schedule that leans heavily towards animation with Shrek 2, Shrek the Third, Kung Fu Panda, Monsters vs Aliens, Ratatouille and Madagascar 2 all appearing in the bank holiday programming. FAB!!

With The Hobbit in cinemas, now is the perfect time to revisit Peter Jackson's all-conquering original Middle-earth trilogy & C4 are doing that!!

The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring, Christmas Day, 5.40pm.

The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers, Boxing Day, 6.55pm.

The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King, Sat 29 Dec, 7.20pm.

There is loads more I want to watch....I'm hoping to catch all the classic Christmas films.....A Christmas Carol, The Wizard of Oz, The Snowman & of course the Christmas Top of The Pops :)

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