Drama

For when you want to sink your teeth into some­thing a bit more meaty

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CALL the mid­wife

The an­nual spe­cial is set in South Africa this year as the mid­wives fight to save a tiny hospi­tal, re­quir­ing all hands on deck. Heart­warm­ing stuff. BBC One, 8pm, Christ­mas Day

the Wit­ness for the pros­e­cu­tion

Step­ping in to fill the huge Down­ton-shaped hole, this adap­ta­tion of Agatha Christie’s short story is set in the 1920s and fo­cuses on the mur­der of the beau­ti­ful and wealthy Emily French (played by SATC’S Kim Cat­trall) and its sur­round­ing events. Look out for ris­ing star An­drea Rise­bor­ough, too. BBC One, 9pm, Box­ing Day

game Of thrones marathon

Wait, don’t get too ex­cited. The next se­ries might be months away but our de­sire to binge-watch our en­tire Christ­mas hol­i­day away is be­ing ful­filled as Sky is screen­ing Game of Thrones in its en­tirety, all the way from se­ries one. Ev­ery. Sin­gle. Day. Sky At­lantic & NOW TV, 10pm, from 16 De­cem­ber

barry

Barack Obama’s col­lege years have been drama­tised in a new Netflix orig­i­nal film. It fol­lows ‘Barry’ as he strives to fit in at Columbia Univer­sity, high­light­ing his strug­gles in a racially charged en­vi­ron­ment and his re­la­tion­ships at the time. New­comer Devon Ter­rell takes the lead role. Netflix ,16 De­cem­ber

Kim Cat­trall to­tally styles pe­riod drama

Devon plays Barack ‘Barry’ Obama

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