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Old 27-11-2018, 08:55   #1
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BBC reveal Christmas schedule

BBC reveal Christmas schedule.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-46346051

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The BBC has released its full Christmas TV schedule - including a six-part adaptation of Les Miserables and the return of Idris Elba in Luther.
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Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders, a new interpretation of Richard Adams' Watership Down and Andrea Levy's The Long Song are also lined up.
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Some good stuff there, just wish they wouldn't bother with crap like Mrs Brown Boys and Strictly, could leave the down-market stuff to ITV/Sky....
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Some good stuff there, just wish they wouldn't bother with crap like Mrs Brown Boys and Strictly, could leave the down-market stuff to ITV/Sky....
Can't say l am a lover of Mrs Brown Boys as there is too much swearing in it for my liking but Les Miserables , Luther and several other programmes catch the eye.
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Some good stuff there, just wish they wouldn't bother with crap like Mrs Brown Boys and Strictly, could leave the down-market stuff to ITV/Sky....
The BBC’s core mission to inform, educate and entertain - just because you (and I*) don’t enjoy Mrs Brown, doesn’t mean that others don’t.

Different strokes, etc....


(*I would rather peel my own face off than watch it)
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Re: BBC reveal Christmas schedule

Well as you say Hugh each to their own taste as Mrs Brown Boys is obviously popular as it generally pulls in between 7 to 9 million viewers.
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Re: BBC reveal Christmas schedule

Have to say my wife and I love Mrs Brown's Boys.

Don't know if it's the Irish and Scottish family but the humour is much to our taste.

Still gutted there is no Doctor Who on Christmas day, but hopefully the switch to New Year will help the story be better as the last few specials haven't been the greatest.

Looking forward to Luther and Call the Midwife though.

Can't say a new version of Watershed down is very Christmas Day viewing however. The original is still brilliant but sad and heartbreaking story.
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Only thing really worth watching on Xmas evening is the Boxing Day Test Match from Australia, plenty of sunshine if nothing else
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