Sher­lock and Sis­ters

My Weekly Special - - CHRISTMAS TELEVISION -

Keep the tis­sues to hand as you set­tle down for your fi­nal fix of the hit show that has trans­formed our Sun­day nights for five years, brought vin­tage glam­our back in fash­ion and given his­toric houses re­newed glory. Times move on for the var­i­ous mem­bers of fam­ily and staff of Down­tonAbbey and many changes, good and bad, await. Bene­dict is back! Ac­tu­ally, way back in Vic­to­rian Lon­don, where Holmes and Watson find them­selves for the highly an­tic­i­pated sea­sonal spe­cial of SherlockHolmes. Get­ting us in the mood for the re­turn of Trixie, Patsy and the nuns of Non­na­tus House in Jan­uary 2016 will be a fes­tive edi­tion of CalltheMid­wife. The tin­sel is up in Dr Turner’s clinic in Po­plar and the man in the red suit looks sus­pi­ciously like handy­man Fred… David Wal­liams is now the au­thor of eight best­selling books for chil­dren. The film of Bil­lion­aire Boy is the lat­est of four Christ­mas drama­ti­sa­tions which have de­lighted au­di­ences of all ages, and fea­tures the usual starstud­ded cast, in­clud­ing Wal­liams him­self. Joe Spud is the son of the bil­lion­aire in­ven­tor of a new type of toi­let roll. He has ev­ery­thing he could wish for, in­clud­ing a huge man­sion, ser­vants and even a (rather hairy) but­ler but yearns for one thing money can­not buy; a friend. Is meet­ing Bob at a lo­cal school the an­swer to his prayers?

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