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BBC One’s Christmas TV schedule got a collective thumbs down – our 15 favourite responses
It’s that tme of year again – the release of the Christmas TV schedules, though what used to involve the ritual of going through the TV and Radio Times magazines and circling essentials in red now just means setting the Sky box to record. Other TV providers are available.
The first schedule to land came from BBC One, arriving on Twitter on Tuesday evening.
— BBC One (@BBCOne) December 1, 2020
The schedule received a mixed reaction, but it was heavily weighted towards mockery – like these responses.
Jesus Christ as if we havent suffered enough this year.
— Courtney Hodgkiss (@courtneyishere) December 1, 2020
Made a few tweaks to the BBC1 Christmas Day schedule pic.twitter.com/019tORr6Fr
— sophie (deck the) hall(s) (@SophLouiseHall) December 1, 2020
Talk about kicking a nation when its already down. pic.twitter.com/hAnFC4DIFy
— Davids Total Landscaping (@davidofsussex) December 1, 2020
Will the Queen's Speech come with a warning so the tabloids don't confuse it with The Crown? https://t.co/KwcJiMBm8b
— Michael Govern Ready (@mikegove12) December 1, 2020
Dunkirk is just what the nation needs to cheer us all up on Christmas Day after a horrible year. Well done.
— Clair Woodward (@clairywoowoo) December 1, 2020
Worzel Gummidge: Saucy Nancy is the most English title of a program Ive ever heard. https://t.co/L10C3ZpQBU
— Michael Fry (@BigDirtyFry) December 1, 2020
I see BBC1 picked up a load of films at a car boot sale. https://t.co/LfEjWAmUqJ
— Hippolyta Loudbasket (@Loudbasket) December 1, 2020
I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of 'Festive' content and then asked it produced a Christmas schedule. Here is the result: https://t.co/p3vRPQnuyI
— Vinay Patel (@VinayPatel) December 1, 2020
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