What's on Channel 4?
A Very Royal Christmas: Sandrigham Secrets
Monday 30th November, Channel 4, 9pm
Go behind the scenes with the Royal Family this year and discover their Christmas celebrations in Sandringham during the Covid-19 pandemic. And with quirky gifts like a shower cap with ‘Ain’t Life a Bitch’ written across it and a singing toy hamster, we’re excited for the gift giving celebrations to see what they come up with this year.
Wednesday 2nd December, Channel 4, 9pm
The documentary will explore the severe impact Covid-19 has caused across the country, with insights into family bonds and medical staff at King’s College Hospital in London. Watch on Channel 4 at 9pm on Wednesday 2nd December.
Celebrity Crystal Maze
Thursday 3rd December, Channel 4, 10pm
Tune in with Richard Ayoade on Thursday 3rd December on Channel 4 for an all new series of Celebrity Crystal Maze, where he’ll be joined by Laura Whitmore, Chris Ramsey, Perri Kiely, Jordan Banjo and Gareth Thomas as they attempt physical and mental challenges to win the elusive crystals.
Friday 4th December, More4, 9pm
If you’re looking for a new drama to watch, why not try Nordic Murders? If you enjoyed The Valhalla Murders earlier this week, we think you’ll like this from More4 next Friday. Following the story of a district attorney named Karin, she returns to her house on the island of Usedom, six years after impulsively shooting her husband when she found him cheating on her. Her time in prison shadows her wherever she goes, and even her own daughter doesn’t know whether to trust her. The detective drama is a must watch for crime fans. Want more? Check out our crime shows list so you’ll always have new crime recommendations.
Jungle Mystery: Lost Kingdoms of the Amazon
Saturday 5th December, Channel 4, 6.30pm
If you love an adventure, why not try Jungle Mystery: Lost Kingdoms of the Amazon? Ella al-Shamahi, A.K.A the real-life Lara Croft, begins her search of the remains of ancient civilisations in the Amazon rainforest, where she discovers strange geometric shapes due to deforestation in Brazil. She’ll also help the indigenous people prove that this has been their land for centuries.
Jamie: Keep Cooking at Christmas
Sunday 6th December, Channel 4, 8pm
For more Christmas love, this salt bae Jamie Oliver has a new series coming to Channel 4 next Sunday titled Jamie: Keep Cooking at Christmas, where he’ll be showing us ways to make gifts more unique, including cheeses you can flavour yourself and deliver ready to be baked. He’ll also join forces with his little ones to create the ultimate Yule log for their grandparents.
Kirstie's Christmas: Quick & Easy Craft
Sundays on Channel 4, 8pm
Get in the festive spirit with Kirstie Allsopp as she shows us all the ways to make this year a very crafty Christmas. With enchanting ice lanterns, beautiful baubles and mouthwatering food, what more could we want?
The Truth about Amazon
Tuesdays on Channel 4, 9pm
Find out the real truth about Amazon next Tuesday on Channel 4 at 9pm. You'll be asking yourself whether doing your Christmas shopping on the online giant is actually worth it, or if you could save money elsewhere.
Building Giants: Record Breaking Mega Bridge
Mondays on More4, 9pm
Building Giants: Record Breaking Mega Bridge is a brand new series on More4 which sees an elite team of engineers on tight deadlines to deliver the biggest bridge in Ireland, despite the treacherous currents and terrifying heights.
Sarah Beeny's New Life in the country
Wednesdays on Channel 4, 8pm
A brand new series featuring Sarah Beeny in her new life in the countryside, follows the broadcaster and her family as they move from London to Somerset. They’re renovating a former dairy farm into their dream family home, and though it’ll be a challenge, they’re getting stuck in.
Thursdays on E4, 1.30am
Brand new animated drama series [adult swim] from Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky which centers around the life of a caveman at the dawn of evolution, and a dinosaur on the brink of extinction. When the two worlds collide, they must rely on each other to survive in this prehistoric world.
The Last Leg
Fridays on Channel 4, 10pm
A brand new series of The Last Leg, gets Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker together for a 90-minute special for Stand Up to Cancer. They’ll be joined by well-known guests from comedy, entertainment and politics as they delve into the week’s biggest news stories.
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