13 Wonderful TV Traditions That You Cannot Miss This Christmas
Apart from "Doctor Who" and "Sherlock", what are the programmes that you have to see this Christmas? And when are they on?
We've gone through the Radio Times for you.
1. There's Father Ted's "A Christmassy Ted", arguably the best Christmas episode of anything ever.
Why? Well look no further than Ted and a whole lot of priests getting lost in the lingerie department.
Plus Mrs Doyle constantly falls off a ledge.
And you see Father Jack in a nursery.
When is it on? More4 on Sat 21st December. 10pm.
2. Then there's the Muppet Christmas Carol!
Watching it has become a yearly Twitter tradition.
When is it? 4.25pm. Christmas Day. C4.
3. What else is on? Well T-H-E S-N-O-W-M-A-N obvs.
You only really watch it for this moment.
You hope it is your house they are flying over...
But will you watch the ending? NO YOU WON'T...
When is it on? Sunday 22nd Dec. Channel 4. 6.25pm.
4. There's also this tradition on Christmas Day.
5. And there's Mary Poppins! You love this film. Throughout it you'll make observations like...
When can you catch Mary Poppins?
That's 4.15pm on the 30th December.
6. Oh and when is Love Actually on? It is on...
7. There's also Elf on Channel 4.... oh wait no.
8. Not a film fan? Well there's Charlie Brooker's 2013 Wipe. This is absolutely absolutely guaranteed to happen.
9. There are other TV traditions that we will all share, like feeling sorry for the news presenter doing the evening broadcast on Christmas Day...
10. ... but admiring the graphic at the end of the bulletin.
Happy Christmas TO YOU BBC News.
11. Plus there's the countless "OHMYGOD there's nothing on TV" moments you will experience on Christmas Day.
What is amazing? Eddie Stobart: 12 Days of Christmas on C5 of course.