Christmas TV Schedule and List 2020: Monday 28 December What?

The time between Christmas and New Year never fails to change the television gem, and today’s highlights are no different – there is humor, a satirical review of a significant year in history and the choice of historical drama.

We’ve run the rule on today’s best Christmas TV and we’ve got very good shows to keep us entertained and Monday, December 26th, these shows that really stand out.

Richard Osman’s winning quiz show features a celebrity version this Christmas, with Miranda star Sarah Hadland, taskmaster Alex Horn, hardcore dance judge Craig Ravel Howard and news reader Charlene White joining him at the HOG Lounge.

The show welcomes the TV landscape with an interesting mix of TVNews, games and guest banners and is the perfect bridge between afternoon festival movies and more evening rentals.

Will the winning star opt for the much-coveted House of Games Christmas suitcase, or will the festive smooth set prove irresistible? Fun, funny and amazing, Richard’s celebrity cross-examination during the evening provides an entertaining watch for all families as the level of competition and cameramanship increases.

Escape to Christmas licking – 7pm, Channel 4

Dick and Angel Strawbridge pull out all the stops to make Christmas as a family to remember in France. Angel’s parents Jenny and Steve will join the couple plus Dorothy and Arthur.

The old 19th-century chatterbox is found in attics and classic cookbooks, with strawberries taking inspiration from the past of Christmas and discovering what food and festivals, gifts and games were like in earlier times.

Dick and Angel’s fantasies go into overdrive as they create the amazing country of winter on the Chatto field.

Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad The Unseen Show – 8:30 pm, ITV

Bradley and Barney Walsh were not affected by the coronavirus dumping waste into the TV industry during 2020, and no plans to shoot a new series were stuck. So, the next best option was to create an invisible scene, phone footage and a show outside of the best bits of their previous two American adventures.

From Wallace’s extra invisible footage the boys show everything behind the scenes with moments captured on their phones, their road trip antique crew and fun compilation. There are more songs they can play to pass the time রস Broads, Brad’s jokes, snacks, plus quizzes, and games.

When they drive the memory motorway, Brad and Barney can pause, pause, and comment on what they see. Brad describes it as “the highlight of (his) life” and tells us more stories and reactions to it.

Two Doors Down Christmas Special – 9pm, BBC Two

Cavid-19 thwarted Kathy and Colin’s plans for Christmas in Dubai, so the Scottish couple in the suburbs invited the “freemanies” from their neighborhood to give a bit between Christmas and New York in order to move to a luxury lodge in the Highlands. Years.

So when the position changes, you can guarantee that Kathy’s behavior will remain the same. Let’s just say that when she starts celebrating a little early and guests Beth, Eric, Christine, Ian and Gordon have to fight against her fast-falling hospitality and earthy barb, not all men wish well.

Will the two-door down neighbors make it to the morning or will things get out of control?

Black Narcissus – 9pm, BBC One

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The three-part mental drama set in a convent in a remote part of the Himalayas continues, Black Narcissus, Sister Claudag (Jemma Arterton) and Sister Ruth (Isling Franciso) are attracted to the growing land agent Mr. Dean (Alessandro Nivola).

The enjoyable and fascinating adaptation of Ruhr Godden’s 1999 novel shows the nuns increasingly disengaged by the environment and mysticism.

Billy Conley: It’s been a pleasure – 9:30 pm, ITV

It’s no secret that comedy great Sir Billy Conley has retired from public acting despite his advanced years (he is 78) suffering from Parkinson’s disease, so it’s amazing that the storytelling master is a fitting comedian who specializes in his career and life. Look back signs

Featuring Billy’s memoirs and insights from his wife, Pamela Stephenson, featured in his home in Florida Keys, as well as contributions from super-fans like Paul McCartney, Elton John, Dustin Hoffman, Howie Goldberg, Lenny Henry, Iceling, features Bia, Armando Innid and

Big Yin 75 minutes is especially his entertaining best.

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