Whether you’re spending Christmas with the in-laws or alone with your cats, one thing’s for certain- you’ll need some TV to keep you entertained. Not to say Albert Square’s annual punch up isn’t a great watch – but we’ve delved deeper to find the hidden treats at the bottom of the television stocking.
Gogglesprogs Christmas Special
This Christmas the kids return with another festive feast of television criticism. Sure to amuse while the final presents get wrapped and the stockings are hung.
Rude Tube Christmas Cracker
Alex Zane returns with Rude Tube’s fifth Christmas compilation – providing viewers with 50 festive internet clips. Check off all the one’s you’ve wasted time watching at work.
Greatest Ever Christmas Movies
Countdown the best festive films, from White Christmas and It’s a Wonderful Life to Bad Santa and Elf.
Jamie’s Christmas Lock-In
A night of music, chat, Christmas cheer and, of course, plenty of delicious food with Jamie Oliver.
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
Grantchester Christmas Special
An instant classic from Disney, Frozen has claimed its place alongside the canon of childhood Christmas films. Coming up just as you’re polishing off that second helping of pudding.
The Great Christmas Bake Off
Part two – 7pm on boxing day
Alongside some of your favourite contestants from the previous series – we say goodbye to Mel and Sue as well as Television’s heartthrob Mary Berry. (Don’t worry, they’ll be back on new shows next year).
This year’s Christmas special picks up 24 and a bit years later. The Doctor finds the child he accidently gave superhero abilities to, has donned a costume and mask and is now keeping New York City safe.
Strictly Come Dancing
Call The Midwife
Maigret’s Dead Man
Big Fat Quiz of the Year
Everyone’s favourite round-up of the year-just-gone returns to Channel 4 this Christmas, with quizmaster Jimmy Carr returning to the hot-seat.
A modern day Christmas classic, follow the loosely-entwined lives of eight couples, as they navigate December to find love.
Asquith, Lloyd George and the Crisis of Liberalism
Lord Morgan delivers the 2016 History of Parliament annual lecture in Portcullis House.
Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes
The Witness for the Prosecution
The Entire Universe