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Recommended for Friday - The Sweet Makers Of Christmas

Thu, December 14th, 2017

TVMucho has compiled a UK TV Guide Freeview for the following weekend in order to make it more convenient for you. If you are busy, by all means, Catch Up in the following 7 days. You can use our UK TV Guide Freeview as some guidance.


Shows and films on UK TV Guide Freeview tonight, Friday 15th of December


Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast

Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast –  Channel 4 HD, 20:00

Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty return for another series of their meld of cookery programme, celebrity chat hosted and food information. This week, Sarah Millican is the guest of Oliver and Doherty. She is a brave one because it is quickly shown that cooking truly isn’t Sarah’s thing. Nonetheless, Jamie manages to control himself and shows her how to cook her favourite microwave meal from scratch.


The Sweeney

The Sweeney – ITV4, 16:00 

Guest stars Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise are entrusted to guard a consignment of heart pills by the girlfriend of the eminent research chemist developing the medicine. Before long, the comedy duo finds themselves pursued by Middle Eastern operatives intent on procuring the new drug, as well as Sweeney officers who are trying to protect them. With John Thaw and Dennis Waterman.


Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Brunel: The man who built Britain – Channel 5 HD, 20:00 

Rob Bell concludes his two-part documentary series on the great British engineer with the story of his two masterpieces of ship design – the SS Great Britain, the great-great-grandmother of all modern ships, and the SS Great Eastern. By the time he had finalised the latter’s design, the ship was 692ft long and weighed nearly 19,000 tons. The biggest vessel afloat of its era, it dominated the final years of Brunel’s life, generating great controversy at the time. It has even been blamed for causing his death.


Christmas UK TV Guide

The Sweet Makers of Christmas – BBC Two HD, 21:00 

BBC’s Two, the Sweet Makers of Christmas return for a one-off Christmas special. The show is a lovely mix of baking and intriguing social history with Emma Dabiri and Dr Annie Gray. They explain to us how each era interpreted Christmas differently and how confectionery changes over time. The show highlights the Victorian Era when Christmas as we know it was invented.


Have I got news for you

Have I got news for you – BBC One HD, 21:00

It is the 54th series of the satirical news quiz that respects no boundaries. The ending episode will give us much fun with David Tennant in the host’s chair. The series has been marked by a new low when Jo Brand had to explain why sexual harassment jokes weren’t funny to the male panellists. Check the last episode in the series.


Judge Rinder

Judge Rinder’s Crown Court – ITV HD – 20:00

The second of two parts sees the defence witnesses give evidence to clear James Byron, a man accused of murdering his wife. The fragile and complex nature of the victim is revealed as to how she’d cried wolf many times before. The defendant himself is also heard. Judge Robert Rinder provides a guide through this complex legal case, then reveals the verdict of the jury in the case that inspired the dramatisation. Rupert Young and Timothy Bentinck star.


Watch TV picks tonight on Saturday 16th of December


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Strictly Come Dancing –  The Final – BBC One HD, 18:35

UK TV Guide announces that the dance contest reaches its most dazzling annual milestone. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host the live grand final, which sees celebs, Alexandra Burke, Debbie McGee, Gemma Atkinson and Joe McFadden and their partners take to the stage for three dances each that will determine who claims the glitterball trophy. Shirley Ballas, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell offer their comments and score the performances. The decision as to who waltzes off with this year’s title is down to the viewers’ vote.


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Michael McIntyre’s Big Show – BBC One HD, 21:00

The comedian hosts another evening of entertainment as Irish singer and One Direction graduate Niall Horan perform on stage. Also delighting the masses tonight is Michael’s fellow funnyman Jason Manford and actress, comedienne and accomplished prat-faller Miranda Hart risks offending her family and friends as she hands her phone over in Celebrity Send-to-All. Plus, an A&E doctor is tricked into believing the theatre is actually a grand hotel as the host stages another ambitious Unexpected Star stunt.


Sport Personality of the Year on BBC One

Sports Personality of the Year – BBC One HD, 13:15 

Andy Murray has been the recipient of this trophy in three of the last four years following his Grand Slam successes, but after seeing this season curtailed by a hip injury the Scot is not in the frame this year. Anthony Joshua, Chris Froome and Mo Farah are all on the shortlist following their exploits in 2017 and are joined by Elise Christie, Lewis Hamilton, Harry Kane, Johanna Konta, Jonnie Peacock, Adam Peaty, Jonathan Rea, Anya Shrubsole and Bianca Walkden.


The Hobbit

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – ITV HD, 18:30

Unassuming hobbit Bilbo Baggins is pulled out of his comfortable life when Gandalf the wizard volunteers him for a dangerous quest. He joins a party of dwarves who are on a mission to reclaim their lost homeland, which has been taken over by a dragon. When the group journeys into the Misty Mountains, Bilbo becomes separated from the dwarves and falls into a cave, where he finds himself confronted by Gollum and forced to play a riddle game. Starring Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, James Nesbitt, Ken Stott, Cate Blanchett, Ian Holm and Christopher Lee.



The Return of the Musketeers – Film4, 16:50

D’Artagnan reunites his former companions to save the queen of France from the scheming Cardinal Mazarin, and embark on a mission to England to prevent the beheading of Charles I. Meanwhile, the daughter of a former vanquished enemy is seeking revenge on the four heroes. Swashbuckling adventure sequel, with Oliver Reed, Michael York, Frank Finlay, Richard Chamberlain, Kim Cattrall and Roy Kinnear, who died during filming. Just another great movie that we decided to add to our UK TV Guide.


UK TV Guide for Sunday 17th of December


The Apprentice on BBC One

The Apprentice – The Final – BBC One HD Live Stream, 21:00

The two finalists take on their last challenge to win a coveted investment from Alan Sugar, with hand-picked teams of contestants from the series returning to aid them in their endeavours. They face a three-day challenge to create brands and adverts to pitch to a room full of experts – but a poor commercial and an uninspiring brand name do neither candidate any favours. Last in the series.


Robin Hood UK TV Guide

Robin Hood – Film4, 18:05

An archer fighting in Richard the Lionheart’s crusading army returns home to England and assumes the identity of a nobleman killed in battle. His new-found status draws him into a dangerous conflict with members of the newly crowned King John’s court, and a traitorous knight plots to aid the French in conquering England. Ridley Scott’s medieval adventure, starring Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and Mark Strong.



Detectorists – BBC Two HD, 22:00

Lance has failed to detect even so much as a ring-pull in months, leaving Russell to suspect he has been cursed. Seasonal episode of the comedy, starring Mackenzie Crook, Toby Jones and Pearce Quigley. Previously shown on BBC Four.


Bentley UK

Inside Bentley a Great British Car – Channel 4 HD, 21:00

Documentary going behind the scenes at the car company’s plant in northwest England, as work commences on a new range of 4x4s. This is the first time cameras have had access to the plant, which is currently undergoing millions in new investment. The programme features the local people and master craftsmen working on the factory floor as well as visiting the world’s most exclusive car showroom in Mayfair and the secretive department where customers can obtain the latest upgrades to their bespoke vehicle.


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