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Tonight’s TV delights: a festive guide to the best holiday shows.

December 7, 2023
Tonight’s TV delights: a festive guide to the best holiday shows.

As the holiday season is in full swing, the dilemma of what to watch on TV becomes all the more important. Luckily, the television schedule for the night of December 7, 2023, offers a delightful mix of festive specials and intriguing documentaries. Here’s a roundup of the must-watch programs for tonight.

Lidl vs Fortnum & Mason: Who Does Christmas Better? on Channel 5 at 20:00 CEST.

For those with a penchant for high-end department stores or savvy shoppers looking for deluxe options at affordable prices, this documentary promises to be a fascinating watch. “Lidl vs Fortnum & Mason” explores the Christmas offerings from both retailers, comparing luxury hampers, gifts, and seasonal treats in head-to-head taste tests. The question lingers: Can Lidl deliver a Christmas experience that rivals the elegance of Fortnum & Mason?

Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas on BBC One at 22:00 CEST.

If you’re in the mood for a festive feast, Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas on BBC One is a must-see. Angela Hartnett, Monica Galetti, and Rylan join Mary for a mouthwatering Christmas meal featuring stilton and sage mini scone canapés, lemon and herb roast turkey, and a Christmas pudding with a traditional medieval recipe. Mary Berry shares her tips for an organized and stress-free Christmas meal preparation, ensuring you’ll be ready to impress your guests with a perfect holiday spread.

Tonight: Cutting the Cost of Christmas on ITV 1 at 21:30 CEST.

In a year marked by rising food prices, soaring mortgages, and high fuel costs, “Cutting the Cost of Christmas” on ITV 1 aims to provide practical insights. Presented by various hosts, including Julie Etchingham and Paul Brand, the current affairs series explores ways consumers can keep costs down while still enjoying a festive season filled with joy and merriment.

Gogglebox Festive Special on Channel 4 at 23:00 CEST.

For those who prefer a humorous take on festive TV, the Gogglebox Festive Special on Channel 4 is the perfect choice. The armchair critics share their opinions on a variety of shows, including “The Real Full Monty on Ice,” “Would I Lie to You at Christmas?,” and “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.” This special episode provides a humorous and entertaining review of some of the biggest shows aired during the holiday season.

The Big Bake: Holiday on ITVBe at 20:00 CEST.

If you have a sweet tooth and a love for creative confections, “The Big Bake: Holiday” on ITVBe is a delightful addition to your festive TV lineup. The bakers take on intricate cake themes such as spring bunnies in scenic locations worldwide, the mysteries of the ocean, and verses from the “12 Days of Christmas.” The challenge reaches new heights as the contestants are tasked with imagining Santa’s potential transition from a sleigh to a helicopter. Watch in amazement as the bakers go full throttle to craft visually stunning and delicious holiday-themed cakes.

Christmas Matchmakers on 5STAR at 19:15 CEST.

For those seeking a heartwarming and romantic touch to their evening, “Christmas Matchmakers” on 5STAR is a charming option. This 2019 romantic drama, directed by David DeCoteau, follows the story of an overworked executive and a personal assistant who, after a chance meeting at a food court, bond over the challenges of their demanding jobs. Together, they hatch a plan to set up their bosses, hoping that a holiday romance will give them more time for themselves during the festive season. Starring Vivica A Fox, Andrew Rogers, and Anna Marie Dobbins, this film promises to add a touch of romance and drama to your Christmas watchlist.

As you settle in for a cozy night of television, these festive programs offer a diverse range of entertainment, from culinary delights to cost-cutting tips and humorous critiques. So, grab some popcorn, cozy up on the couch, and enjoy the magic of the holiday season on the small screen.

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