We’ve gone through the Radio Times for you.
Apart from Sherlock and Doctor Who, what are the essential programmes and films you cannot afford to miss?
When is it on? More4 on Sat 21st December. 10pm.
Watching it has become a yearly Twitter tradition.
Public service announcement: Muppet Christmas Carol is on channel 4. This is not a drill! Go, go, go!
EVERYONE. Stop what you’re doing. The Muppets’ Christmas Carol has just started on Channel 4.
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VERY IMPORTANT: MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL IS ON. STOP WHATEVER YOU ARE DOING AND WATCH IT.
When is it? 4.25pm. Christmas Day. C4.
You hope it is your house they are flying over…
… then you realise that it is Brighton they are flying over.
When is it on? Sunday 22nd Dec. Channel 4. 6.25pm.
Miss it? It’s on 1.40pm at Christmas Day on Channel 4.
4. There’s also this tradition on Christmas Day.
And there’s Top Of The Pops 2 on BBC2, which will consist of Steve Wright or Mark Radcliffe playing Noddy Holder until your eyes start to bleed.
5. And there’s Mary Poppins! You love this film. Throughout it you’ll make observations like…
6. Oh and when is Love Actually on? It is on…
Ha not really. But it is on three times on ITV1 and ITV2 between Xmas Day and NYE.
13. Jools Holland’s Hootenanny is then on BBC 2, where you will argue whether everyone is drunk and why this show is pre-recorded.
I bet Jools watches Hootenanny every year on telly while being horribly drunk and playing some incoherent boogie woogie piano. #hootenanny
This Hootenanny is pre-recorded because no self respecting person would go to it if it was actually on now.