The BBC are determined that “yule” have a Christmas full of comedy cheer with it’s festive line up.
Are you sick of dramatic, heart-renching soaps and drama’s that make up Christmas day viewing? well bosses at the BBC have decided to switch to more cheerier programmes.
This year comedy specials including Miranda, Michael McIntyre, John Bishop and of course the nations favourite Mammy – Mrs Brown’s boys will be headlining the schedual.
Aiming to have shows which appeal to the whole family, the BBC feels it’s viewers want more fun and less doom and gloom.
One off shows including Doctor Who, Call the Midwife and Stirctly come dancing will also be played and as you will expect a huge storyline from Eastenders will grip the nation.
Bake-off fans will be delighted to know that Mary Berry will also headline a new cooking show called 12 meals of Christmas – we can already tell her mince pie’s wont have any soggy bottoms!
Will BBC knock baubles off ITV’s festive line up? Do you want more light-hearted programmes on over Christmas?
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