Top 10 TV Shows To Watch This Festive Season On Christmas TV

Looking for the  top TV shows to keep you busy this festive season, no need to panic because you have found what you are looking for with Christmas TV you can now enjoy 24 hours of entertainment this Xmas.



1. Bowie, Prince and Music legends we lost in 2016

10pm, sky art at the end of an annus horribilis for musician deaths , here’s a tribute to some of those who went off to join the big supergroup in the sky, from the thin white duke to Leonard Cohen.


2. Sports Personality of the year

6.40pm BBC1 Clare balding, Gary lineker and gabby logan host the annual celebration of British sports. Andy Murray is the bookie’s favorite for the main prize.


3. The Apprentice

9pm BBC1 sir Alan decides which of the posturing wannable Enterpreneur will become his new business partner.


4. Humans

9pm, channel 4 Revenge and rebelliuon are in the air asthe creepy robt saga that isn’t westworld ends series two.


5. John Simpson: 50 years oon thge frontline- panorama

7.30pm, BBC1 the veteran broadcaster recalls a half-century of reporting, from the fall of ye berlin  wall to iraq and afghanistan.


6. Would i lie to you? at christmas

8.30pm, BBC1 festive deceit from mack and mitchell, aided by richard osman and sara pascoe. truthfully, it’s the best panel show on telly


7. Master Chef : the professionals

8pm, BBC2 the toughest and best master chef enters the final week of its current series, with contenders facing a daunting cook-off at culinary event the chef table.


8.Gogglesprogs Christmas special

7.30pm channel 4 kids critics cast their eyes over festive TV in what is fast becoming the best gogglebox. the original version is on Christmas day, 9pm.


9.silent witness

9pm, BBC 1 A severed finger sets off an invetsigation into people-smuggling as the long running crime drama returns.


10.First Dates Hotel

10pm channel 4 in an admirably straightforward solution to romantic yearning, channel 4 sticks a bunch of singletons in a fancy hotel and lets nature take it’s course










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