Blogmas 19… Christmas TV To Watch

The Christmas Radio Times makes me so happy! I just adore looking through it every year and circling what I am going to watch over the festive season. Watching a cosy TV programme with my family at Christmas is one of my favourite things to do and this is what I look forward to every year. That is what is important about Christmas; spending time with family. I am all for a mixture of feel good programmes and engrossing dramas you can get lost in. I’ve listed some of my favourites I have found for this year’s watching below!

Saturday 21st December

  • Michael McIntyre’s Big Show | BBC 1 at 8.15pm

 

Sunday 22nd December

  • His Dark Materials | BBC 1 at 8.00pm
  • A Christmas Carol | BBC 1 at 9.00pm
  • Dancing On Ice At Christmas | ITV at 7.00pm

 

Monday 23rd December

  • The Goes Wrong Show | BBC 1 at 7.30pm

 

Tuesday 24th December

  • The Tiger Who Came To Tea | C4 at 7.30pm
  • Martin’s Close | BBC 4 at 10.00pm
  • Gareth Malone’s Christmas Concert | BBC 2 at 9.00pm

 

Wednesday 25th December

  • The Snail And The Whale | BBC 1 at 2.30pm
  • Finding Dory | BBC 1 at 3.10pm
  • Moana | BBC 1 at 12.55pm
  • Strictly Come Dancing | BBC 1 at 4.40pm
  • The Great Christmas Bake Off | C4 7.10pm

 

Thursday 26th December

  • Mimi And The Mountain Dragon | BBC 1 at 3.20pm
  • Paddington: The Man Behind The Bear | BBC 2 at 9.00pm
  • Worzel Gummidge | BBC 1 at 6.20pm
  • Would I Lie To You At Christmas? | BBC 1 at 9.30pm

 

Friday 27th December

  • Celebrity Crystal Maze | C4 at 8.00pm
  • Christmas At Chatsworth House | C4 at 4.10pm

 

Sunday 29th December

  • The Repair Shop At Christmas | BBC 1 at 7.00pm
  • The Trial Of Christine Keeler | BBC 1 at 9.00pm

 

Monday 30th December

  • Snow Animals | BBC 1 at 7.00pm

 

Wednesday 1st January

  • Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration | BBC 1 at 5.45pm

 

Thursday 2nd January

  • Best Home Book | BBC 1 at 8.00pm

 

What are you excited to watch this Christmas?

A Note from me…

 

This year for Blogmas, my motivation is to raise awareness of the incredible charity MIND.

 

This marvellous charity does so much to support people suffering from mental health. With ongoing pressures from social media and a million other stresses these days, it is more important than ever to look after our health. As an anxiety sufferer myself, charities like these make such a difference to supporting people that need a voice to listen to and supply tools to help them through difficult circumstances. You can take a look at their website to see the amazing things they do and to take a look at the resources available online to help those needing extra help this Christmas. The winter season can be very difficult with people suffering from anxiety and depression. I would absolutely love it if you could donate something (however small) to this charity as a thank you to me for posting Christmas blogs this Blogmas. I really hope we can raise money and awareness for this stunning cause.

 

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