Christmas TV Listings magazine

(8 Posts)
exleodensian Sat 05-Dec-15 09:31:26

Which is the best, and why?

ChristmasZombie Sat 05-Dec-15 10:25:10

I'll be following this thread.
I've always bought the Christmas double issue of the Radio Times, but it's very expensive for what it is. Others have exactly the same listings, but cost a lot less!

LittleReindeerwithcloggson Sat 05-Dec-15 11:12:22

We get what's on Tv.
Cheap and tells you what you need to know!

FireflyGirl Sat 05-Dec-15 11:41:16

Radio Times do an offer in October, 13 issues for £1. I start it at the beginning of November and it includes the Christmas edition. Doesn't help now, but worth remembering next year. It's always mentioned on the bargains thread.

Other than that, they're all pretty similar, I find. I used to just buy the cheapest.

NapoleonsNose Sat 05-Dec-15 11:46:46

I always buy the Radio Times but only at Christmas. It's part of the whole lead up and reminds me of when I was a child and me and DB used to go through both the RT and the TV Times, when you had to buy both for all the listings, circling the programmes we wanted to watch/videotape in biro.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 05-Dec-15 12:12:51

Has to be the TV Times here grin

Four sets of highlighter pens and we all mark off what we want to watch in 'our' colour pen.

Glares at DH and his Programme Selector on TV/Record/Series Link malarky........

GladysTheGolem Sat 05-Dec-15 12:19:14

I always used to buy the radio times (as my Nan did).
We don't watch anything but Netflix, and she died this year but I think ill get it anyway fsmile

scarlets Sat 05-Dec-15 12:35:27

Ahhhh sorry about your Nan, Gladys. Mine used to buy that too.

I buy whatever is cheapest.

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