Friday, December 3, 2021

CHRISTMAS 2021 ON BRITISH TV: FESTIVE EPISODES OF ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL AND THE LARKINS AT CHANNEL 5 AND ITV, PLUS THE AMAZING MISTER BLUNDEN AT SKY

 CHRISTMAS ON BRITISH TV 
ALL CREATURES GREAT & SMALL
If you were wondering what will air on UK TV these holidays other than Around the World in 80 Days and The Tourist over at BBC, we're here to inform you: Channel 5 will traditionally air festive episode of ALL
Channel 5 is bringing us festive All Creatures episode
CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL on Christmas Eve December 24th! In the Christmas special, it’s Christmas in Darrowby, and Helen and James (Nicholas Ralph) realise they haven’t agreed on where they’re spending
Tristan and Siegfried will be donning some fine looking costumes
Christmas Day. Mrs Hall (Anna Medeley) is expecting them at Skeldale and Jenny is expecting them at Heston Grange, and the pair are reluctant to disappoint either of them. When a beloved local pet is taken seriously ill,
Season two has aired on Channel 5 earlier this Autumn
Siegfried (Samuel West) has to bring it into the practice for emergency treatment. In the face of such an emergency, Helen ends up feeling like a spare part at the Skeldale Christmas party! Tristan (Callum Woodhouse) learns
Will Thorp might be Mrs Hall's new love interest
that it might be time to take himself more seriously and reveals some important news, while a card from James’s father asking him to phone them on Christmas Day leaves James on tenterhooks about whether he can make amends with his family.
 
HOLIDAYS WITH THE LARKINS
BBC's biggest rival ITV has decided to take us to the idyllic Kent countryside village on Christmas, December 25th, where THE LARKINS family live in the 1950s, and this will be a holiday special episode of the series that just ended its first season run on ITV. In the holiday special, Mariette and
ITV will season their Christmas with some Larkins' fun
Charley take their love to the next level and Pop (Bradley Walsh) and Ma (Joanna Scanlan) are overjoyed to have the pair back for Christmas, but when Charley’s parents arrive to meet the Larkin clan, and the entire village is left without lighting and heating following a power cut, chaos descends on the Larkins farm.

THE AMAZING MISTER BLUNDEN
Sky will, meanwhile, regal us on Christmas Eve with their TV movie THE AMAZING MR BLUNDEN in which the Christmas adventure arrives for London teenagers Jamie and Lucy Allen in the form of a mysterious old man,
We are waiting for Amazing Mr Blunden trailer from Sky
Mr Blunden, who offers their mum the opportunity to become the caretaker of a ruined country house – one that’s said to be haunted. Within its neglected, overgrown grounds, Jamie and Lucy have an encounter with what appears to be a pair of ghost children. Simon Callow, Mark Gatiss, Tamsin Greig star.

10 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see my favourite vets on Christmas Eve :-)

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    1. It is such a lovely series, it will air here in my country as well during the holidays.

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  2. Holiday movies just don't do it for me so I don't really watch many of them.

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  3. You're teasing me with All Creatures Great and Small! I so enjoyed that show, the little bit that I saw. Hopefully Prime will show it without the need to pay an additional fee. If I sign up for one more streaming service, my husband may disconnect the TV! LOL

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    1. It is not on Prime, it is on your PBS Masterpiece, which is a free channel if I'm not mistaken.

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    2. Really? I was able to watch the first episode through Prime, but then I had to pay for PBC through Prime to see any more of it. I didn't realize there was a separate app. I'll try to download that one and see what happens.

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    3. As far as I know PBS Masterpiece is a channel on your cable TV, and that thing that you mention is just their streaming app on Amazon Prime which you pay.

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    4. Jax, you should be able to watch it free on pbs.org. They only offer their top 10 shows free for streaming, and I believe All Creatures is one of them. The others you have to add $5.99 a month to stream from Amazon, but this one you shouldn't.

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    5. There you go. You can watch Poldark there as well, and many other lovely period set dramas.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)