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What's on TV

What's on TV

21-Dec-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd What’s on TV is a value-packed, easy-to-use weekly magazine, full of TV information, features and listings. The Soapweek section gives you in-depth story updates and the double-page Soap Diary gives you a rundown of upcoming plots, complete with "must-see" moments flagged up. The TV Week and Real Life sections cover the best of the week's programmes, and there are seven days of clearly set out listings. ENGLAND edition

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drama at christmas

New Back with a bang! DOCTOR WHO New Year’s Day, 6.55pm BBC1 Jodie Whittaker makes an explosive return to our TV screens as the 12th series of Doctor Who begins with an action-packed adventure that’s full of famous guest stars! The story opens with the Doctor (Jodie), Yaz (Mandip Gill), Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Graham (Bradley Walsh) battling to save the day when intelligence agents around the world come under attack from alien forces… As they travel the globe looking for answers, danger lurks at every turn – but with Earth’s security resting on the gang’s shoulders, where will this planet-threatening conspiracy lead them? Joining Jodie are Stephen Fry and Sir Lenny Henry, who appear in the spectacular opening chapter of this tense two-parter. ‘The first episode of the series is bigger than anything we’ve done before,’ says…

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THE DEUCE Thu 2 Jan, 10pm Sky Atlantic Maggie Gyllenhaal returns as porn star turned filmmaker Candy as the drama jumps to the 80s – and the AIDS epidemic is taking hold. The entire series will be on Sky Box Sets/NOW TV after the first episode airs. MAGNUM P.I. Sun 29 Dec, 8pm Sky One Jay Hernandez returns as slick security consultant Thomas Magnum for a second series. This time, Magnum is waiting to find out from Higgins (Perdita Weeks) whether she’s offcially in as his new partner… HAWAII FIVE-0 Sun 29 Dec, 9pm Sky One A new ally helps Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) in this 10th series when Chinese Triad bosses end up being targeted by a deadly hitman. Meanwhile, the team say a sad farewell to one of their own. NCIS: LOS ANGELES Sun 29 Dec, 10pm Sky…

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mammy’s on the case!

new MRS BROWN’S BOYS Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, 10.30pm BBC1 No two Christmases with the Browns are the same, but this year’s is certainly different! In Christmas Day’s It’s a Wonderful Mammy, Mrs Agnes Brown (Brendan O’Carroll) wishes she’d never been born… within earshot of angel Clyde (Coronation Street’s Kevin Kennedy). Then on New Year’s Day, Orange is the New Mammy sees a murderer called Peggy Piper released from prison, which could put Agnes’ friend Winnie in danger as she was a witness! ‘Clyde shows Agnes what life would be like without Mrs Brown,’ reveals Brendan. ‘Then on New Year’s Day, Agnes gets to the bottom of things with Peggy!’…

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what a turkey!

new THE GOES WRONG SHOW Monday 23 December, 7.30pm BBC1 Get ready for theatrical mishaps as The Cornley Drama Society’s Christmas show goes hilariously wrong when crackers dramatically explode, the Santa has too much sherry, an elf is trapped in a confined space and the toy machine tries to eat the snowman alive! Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Nancy Zamit star. A weekly series begins on BBC1 in the new year, starting on Friday 3 January at 8.30pm.…

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mayhem in store

new STILL OPEN ALL HOURS Monday 23 Dec, 8.30pm BBC1 With Christmas looming, the normally Scrooge-like Granville (Sir David Jason) tries to put the magic back into the festive season, but of course things don’t go according to plan and there’s utter chaos! Meanwhile, Cyril (Kulvinder Ghir) and Eric (Johnny Vegas) are keen to impress their wives with Arkwright’s special French custard, and Mr Newbold gets an invite to Christmas lunch at Mrs Rossi’s. WORDS: HANNAH DAVIES, ELAINE REILLY, VICTORIA WILSON. PHOTOS: BBC, CHANNEL 5, GETTY, MISCHIEF SCREEN LTD, SHUTTERSTOCK, SKY…

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terror trip!

new NOT GOING OUT Christmas Eve, 10pm BBC1 A dash to the shops for Christmas panic buying ends with an unexpected and terrifying trip to the countryside for Lee (Lee Mack) and Lucy (Sally Bretton), where they face a giant inflatable Santa, an aggressive bull and an angry truck driver! Will they make it home in time? Meanwhile, Lucy’s mum, Wendy (Deborah Grant), has been left holding the fort, until Lee’s feckless father Frank (Bobby Ball) turns up bearing gifts……