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From playground politics to comedy about fostering, Gameface to Catastrophe via Inside No 9, it was a good year for comedy fans
Fire up your festive feelgood factor with a selection of fantastic films guaranteed to help you channel your inner Elf
The father of serial killer Wright wonders: ‘did all this begin when his mother left him as an eight-year-old?’
The father of Steve Wright fears his serial killer son may have murdered more women
The Crown 2: All you need to know about the Netflix drama - minxy behaviour, scandal and a brilliant Royal joke (according to me)
The classic courtroom daytime drama from the 1970s and 1980s will return to ITV with Judge Rinder presiding over a murder case
From The Grand Tour to The Crown, The X Factor Final to True Detective, there’s a feast of TV fancies on this week
The X Factor final is this weekend - who will be the 2017 winner(s)? Will it be the manband, the busker or the jumpsuit-lover?
The Robot Will See You Now was a slightly depressing example of how a machine can force us to do what we should be doing anyway, says TV Editor Stacia Briggs - talking to each other
The TV adaptation of The Box of Delights is hard to beat when it comes children’s drama and I should know: I’ve watched it 14 times
Suranne Jones is set to read a bedtime story on CBeebies. But will she hold a candle to Tom Hardy? Here he is, getting everyone ready for bed with a story about a dog. Woof.
From Little Women to French and Saunders, Alan Partridge to The Miniaturist, the BBC has some Christmas crackers this year.
By day you may see his shadow, but night you may hear his call. RAVEN IS BACK ON CBBC! TV Editor Stacia Briggs is a bit too excited
10 reasons to watch Dark, the new Netflix series for fans of Stranger Things 2 who are in withdrawal
TV highlights from November 25 to December 1
Review: Watch the heartwarming moment where a sad five-year-old is comforted by friends after saying her heart has “shrunk”
SPOILER ALERT: Christmas 2017 soap spoilers for EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks
Win one of two £250 fabulous prizes in our Langleys of Norwich Christmas Stocking Fillers competition
He lasted three days in the jungle - but should Jack Maynard have been judged for remarks he made five years ago and has apologised for?
The Great British Bake Off, Miranda Hart and Kirstie Allsopp lead Channel 4’s festive programming this year
Great British Bake Off withdrawal symptoms? Fear not: there are two festive editions coming to a small screen near you soon on Channel 4
Does the cult teenage angst classic Dawson’s Creek stand up to re-watching 20 years after it first aired?
10 reasons why you need to watch ITV’s Gone to Pot – Bobby George’s toe in vodka, John Fashanu’s karate threat and Pat Butcher smoking a bong while painting a cactus
TV Editor Stacia Briggs finds out who we can vote to torture in the Australian jungle this year
If you’ve got Stranger Things 2 withdrawal symptoms (and you’ve already watched Mindhunter), try Netflix’s The Sinner
From Pat Butcher smoking pot to Twisty the Clown, Peaky Blinders to the latest from Kay Mellor, it’s a big week on the small screen
A hatred of Europe, sexual inequality, the divide between rich and poor – was Howards End really written 110 years ago?
It’s been described as “Downton Abbey for grown-ups” - TV Editor Stacia Briggs looks at Howards End. Ooer.
Peaky Blinders is set to return for a fourth series – here’s TV Editor Stacia Briggs’ cutting edge guide to the gangster family epic with razor-sharp style.
The BBC’s new comedy Motherland is painfully on point when it comes to the trials and tribulations of being a working parent
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