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Christmas Eve Thursday 24th December TV On BBC One

Get your TV planner set for this years Christmas Eve BBC One scheduled.  From The Santa Clause to a Peter Kay Special we have a FULL breakdown of what is on when over on BBC One.

BBC One Christmas Eve TV Schedule 2015

Christmas Eve Thursday 24th December 2015:


 

Morning – Noon

6.00am Breakfast

9.00am David Suchet : In the Footsteps of St Paul Christianity in the Mediterranean world (Repeat)

10.00am On Angel Wings – Animated adaptation (Repeat)

10.30am Film : The Santa Clause (1994) with Tim Allen

12.00 Bargain Hunt from Northamptonshire (Repeat)


 

Afternoon

1.00pm BBC News at One/Weather

1.10pm Regional News/Weather

1.20pm Snow Chick : A Penguin’s Tale (Repeat)

2.20pm Film : A Christmas Carol (2009) with Jim Carrey

3.45pm Film : Finding Nemo (2003)

5.20pm Harry Hill in Professor Branestawm Returns


Evening

6.20pm BBC News

6.30pm Regional News/Weather

6.40pm Celebrity Mastermind with Radzi Chinyanganya, Kriss Akubusi, Damon Gough and Rebecca Root

7.10pm Pointless Celebrities Christmas Special, with Jeffrey Holland and Su Pollard, Alison Hammond and Robin Windsor, Colin Baker and Louise Jameson. Plus Kim Wilde joins host Alexander Armstrong for duet.

8.00pm Would I Lie to You? At Christmas with Rob Brydon presents this festive special alongisde Bill Bailey, Ruth Jones, Jo Brand and Kelly Holmes joining captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell

8.30pm EastEnders

9.00pm Peter Kay : 20 Years of Funny

10.05pm Walliams and Friend David Walliams stars in this comedy sketch show with special guest Joanna Lumley.

10.45pm Not Going Out

11.30pm BBC News/Weather

11.45pm Midnight Mass from St George’s Roman Catholic Cathedral Southwark


Will you have time on Christmas eve to watch any of these shows and if so which one?
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