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When do the BBC decide on the times of programmes on Christmas Day?

(10 Posts)
Katymac Sat 31-Oct-09 20:53:39

As I need to arrange travel times so's not to miss Dr Who (and anything else I might want to watch)

Katymac Sun 01-Nov-09 12:04:44


funtimewincies Sun 01-Nov-09 20:08:04

Our Christmas Radio Times drops through the door about 3 weeks before, not sure where they'd be published before that. Can you not ask a friend/relative to record it if you find out you're stuck? Ot it'll be on the iplayer.

southeastastra Sun 01-Nov-09 20:20:01

i'll guess dr who will be on at 5 or six, eastenders will be on the rest of the time on bbc

Katymac Sun 01-Nov-09 20:37:18

Yep but sometimes it isn't on 'til 7 & we have to fit a 3-4 hr journey then we are away for a week

RustyBear Sun 01-Nov-09 20:38:55

If you're a DT fan, there's also Hamlet to consider - I think that's about 2.5 hours long....

AlaskaNebraska Sun 01-Nov-09 20:39:49

life get a

RustyBear Sun 01-Nov-09 20:40:43

Actually, just checked - it's 3 hours. That's a lot of DT for Christmas!

Maize Sun 01-Nov-09 20:41:51

Get Sky+ or similar and avoid alllll this hassle ;)

Katymac Sun 01-Nov-09 20:46:16

1 program I want to watch, my 11yo wants to watch , my dad & husband both want to watch - I just need to organise it; Out of all the crap programmes specially scheduled for Christmas I just want to watch 1

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