The BBC’s Christmas cinema tour brings some of the corporation’s biggest festive offerings to the big screen.
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‘Ding dong, ding dong, gotta lotta things on…’ as the beeb’s festive jingle once said.
Agnes Brown of RTÉ and BBC comedy Mrs. Brown’s Boys and ITV presenter and classical singer Aled Jones, have just been confirmed by Parkinson’s UK as the latest acts to perform at the Symfunny No. 2 event.
The mammy of BBC Comedy, Mrs Brown, is inviting the nation round to her house for a brand new Saturday night TV show, All Round to Mrs Brown’s.
To mark 60 years since Galton and Simpson’s Hancock’s Half Hour started on BBC Television the beeb are to air a ‘landmark sitcom season’ which includes the previously announced return to Grace Brothers Department Store comedy, Are You Being Served?
Christmas and TV are inexorably linked and as news of the 2015 Christmas TV schedules are released, subscription free satellite TV provider Freesat took a look at what its viewers are looking forward to doing and watching over the holiday period.
Mrs Brown’s Boys was the most watched programme on Christmas Day 2014.
Mrs Brown’s Boys has retained its Christmas Day ratings crown, according to overnight viewing data, with an average of 7.61m (32.2%) tuning in to the first of two festive specials on BBC One.
Mrs Brown’s Boys Christmas Special is favourite to be the most watched programme on Christmas Day. The sitcom, written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll, topped the overnight ratings last year and is expected to do the same this year. ‘Mammy’s Tickled Pink’ will air at 10.05pm on BBC One, following an explosive EastEnders which airs at 9.00pm. EastEnders is second favourite to take the crown, something it has failed to
‘Mrs Brown’s Boys‘ star Jennifer Gibney and her partner Tristan McManus found themselves in the bottom two for second time. They faced the dance off with pop star Simon Webbe and his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff.