What to Watch this Christmas.

22 Dec 2014

Christmas is the time when the TV channels are filled with our favourite Christmas movies from the Grinch to The Holiday but along with films there's lots of original TV shows on and I thought I'd share with you the ones I'll be watching and recording myself over the Christmas period!

Christmas Eve.
There's actually not much on which surprises me but I know I'll definitely be watching the usual Eastenders and Hollyoaks installments. Earlier on in the day BBC1 have The Gruffalo on at 3.05 followed by Cars 2 and one of my favourites, The Snowman is being payed on Channel 4 at 7.30.

Christmas Day.
Now this is when it good mainly on BBC1 starting at 3.10 with Puss In Boots great for the kids or childish adults or people like myself! Then at 6.15 it's The Doctor Who Christmas Special; I've not heard much about the special this year but I know we'll be watching it post Christmas dinner food comas. It's followed by my favourite Woman Miranda; this is the first of two final episodes that she will be making and so I'm sad that the hilarious series is coming to an end but I'm really excited to see what happens. Skip to 10.40 my favourite comedian,Michael Mcintyre's Very Christmmasy Christmas Show. While the line up isn't the most exciting, it will be a nice end to Christmas day!

Boxing Day. 
Boxing Day is just as good as Christmas for the TV starting at 3.15 with Monsters Inc. My 22 year old sister is obsessed with Monsters Inc so I think we'll be forced to watch it even if she's watched it the night before which is highly likely. The at 6.55 is the one I' really looking forward to and it's The Boy In The Dress based on David Walliams' best selling novel. This was one of the books that got me back into reading after primary school and, while I've forgotten a lot of the story line as well as being a little too old to watch it, that doesn't bother me and I can't wait to watch it! After another Eastenders, at 8.30 The Avengers Assemble is on but seeing as I already have it one DVD I'll be turning the channel to one of my favourite annual shows and it's The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year on Channel 4 at 9.00 which is 2 hours long and always has me in fits of giggles.

So that wraps up (get it? like a present? no? ok) my run down of great British Christmas TV this year. Of course I won't be sat in front of my telly all day because I do want to spend some time playing games and talking to the family so I will be pressing the record button to watch later on or in a day or two.
 I'd also just like to apologies quickly for not posting last Thursday. I was supposed to write it earlier in the week but after receiving some sad news I wasn't really in the mood to post and so I hope you don't mind. I have a small Christmas message going up on Thursday but for now Merry Christmas!
Hope you're doing great,

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