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The best Christmas TV specials

Watching festive TV shows is a great British tradition. With yuletide specials from Downton Abbey to comedy gold from The Royle […]

02.11.16 in Everything

TV turns 80

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Halloween Special – TV’s Scariest Moments

Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn, and cauldron bubble. Yes, it’s that time of year when witches bring out their […]

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“We’ve gone running – why don’t you join us?”

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The Olympic Games: Top five unmissable TV moments

It’s back! 6 August sees the return of the Olympic Games, complete with everything we love about sport: drama, heroism, feats […]

18.07.16 in Lighter side

BBC Proms returns to our screens

Now in its 122 year, this weekend marked the return of the world’s largest and longest-running music festival – the BBC […]

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                    [post_content] => Watching festive TV shows is a great British tradition. With yuletide specials from Downton Abbey to comedy gold from The Royle Family and, of course, the nation’s best loved soaps!

Whether you’re mad about Christmas or think it is all bah-humbug, British Christmas telly has something for everyone - here are our top picks from over the years.

Father Ted – A Christmassy Ted 

Channel 4 – Special - 1994

Since its first broadcast in 1994, A Christmassy Ted has become a key part of the festive TV landscape and it’s hard to imagine a year without it. Laughs come when Ted, Dougal and six other priests get lost in a lingerie department during a Christmas shopping trip.



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Only Fools and Horses – Christmas Crackers

BBC - Series 1 - 1981

Only Fools and Horses is just as much of a Christmas tradition as mince pies, Christmas crackers and Boxing Day sales. The episode follows the Trotter family during their ‘low-key’ Christmas Day, as Grandad ruins the Christmas dinner and Del and Roy attempt to meet women at the Monte Carlo Club.



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The Royle Family – Christmas Special 

BBC - 1999

Christmas with the Royles is ‘go-to’ festive viewing, but it’s the 1999 special that takes the crown as the most memorable. The excitement comes at the end of the episode, when heavily pregnant Denise goes into labour - with only Jim around to help.

 

Wallace and Gromit – A Matter of Loaf or Death

The bumbling cheese-lover and his four-legged companion returned in 2008 for a Christmas special guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Wallace and Gromit convert their home into a bakery with a windmill and find themselves caught up in a murder mystery.



via GIPHY

 

Coronation Street – Hilda leaves the show

ITV - 1987

Christmas in soap land always promises to be dramatic, and is often far from happy. Hilda Ogden, one of Coronation Street’s most iconic characters, left the soap in style during this emotional Christmas episode. Weatherfield residents said their final goodbyes as Hilda left the famous street singing ‘Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye’.

 

Downton Abbey Christmas Special 

ITV - 2015

This episode delivered a heartfelt and tear jerking finale, as Lady Edith tied the knot with Bertie Pelham and resolved her long-time feud with Lady Mary. Bates and Anna welcomed a healthy baby boy and Lord Grantham renewed his vows to Cora. If you plan on watching the episode again, make sure you have a box of tissues handy.



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Make sure you don’t miss any of this year’s Christmas specials - if you notice any new interference to Freeview, TV received through an aerial, we are here to help. 
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                    [post_content] => British TV began broadcasting 80-years ago from Alexandra Palace in north London. The service was aired at 3pm on November 2 1936 but it took a few decades for television to become widely available across all parts of the UK.

What’s been most popular programmes in that time? The Press Association has compiled a list of the top 20 most watched.

The classic sitcom Only Fools And Horses topped the chart with just over 24 million people tuning in for the episode broadcast on December 29 1996, in which David Jason's Del Boy finally got rich after auctioning an antique watch. It is the biggest audience ever recorded for a single transmission of a TV programme in the UK.



But the show is no fool when it comes to pulling in the viewers, Only Fools And Horses appears in the top 20 four times, along with favourites such as Morecambe And Wise, Coronation Street and the Royal Variety Performance.
The oldest programme to appear in the chart is an edition of the Royal Variety Performance transmitted by ITV on November 10 1963, which featured a performance by The Beatles.



The ‘Who shot JR?’ episode of the US drama Dallas was also a huge hit with the British TV audience just missing a spot in the top five.
The chart also boasts some surprising entries, such as an episode of The Benny Hill Show from 1979 and an edition of the Norwich-based quiz show Sale Of The Century from 1977 hosted by Nicholas Parsons.

Here’s the full list. And to make sure you don’t miss out on any record breaking TV – if you notice new Freeview interference please contact us on 0808 13 13 800.
1. Only Fools and Horses (BBC One, 29 December 1996): 24.35 million 2. To The Manor Born (BBC One, 11 November 1979): 23.95 million 3. The Royal Variety Performance (ITV, 29 November 1967): 22.80 million 4. Panorama [Diana Interview] (BBC One, 20 November 1995): 22.77 million 5. The Royal Variety Performance (ITV, 14 November 1965): 21.70 million 6. Dallas (BBC One, 22 November 1980): 21.60 million 7. To The Manor Born (BBC One, 9 November 1980): 21.55 million 8. The Mike Yarwood Christmas Show (BBC One, 25 December 1977): 21.40 million = Coronation Street (ITV, 2 January 1985): 21.40 million 10. Only Fools and Horses (BBC One, 25 December 2001): 21.35 million 11. Only Fools and Horses (BBC One, 27 December 1996): 21.33 million 12. Only Fools and Horses (BBC One, 25 December 1996): 21.31 million 13. The Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show (BBC One, 25 December 1977): 21.30 million 14. The Royal Variety Performance (ITV, 10 November 1963): 21.20 million = The Silver Jubilee Royal Variety Gala (ITV, 4 December 1977): 21.20 million 16. Bread (BBC One, 11 December 1988): 20.95 million 17. The Benny Hill Show (ITV, 14 March 1979): 20.85 million 18. Coronation Street (ITV, 18 December 1980): 20.80 million 19. Just Good Friends (BBC One, 21 December 1986): 20.75 million 20. Sale of the Century (ITV, 19 November 1977) 20.60 million = Coronation Street (ITV, 9 January 1985): 20.60 million = Coronation Street (ITV, 16 January 1985): 20.60 million
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 ITV to stop broadcasting on all channels for one hour on Saturday 27 August

Saturday 27 August could become the nation’s largest ever sports day! ITV will switch off all seven of its channels from 9.30am for one hour on Saturday 27 August in support of I Am Team GB – an initiative organised by the National Lottery and ITV – designed to encourage everyone to get exercising. Viewers switching on their TV during this time will see the message “We’ve gone running – why don’t you join us?” There will be lots of ways to get involved, including thousands of fun, free events across the UK. Our returning Olympic heroes will even be joining members of the public up and down the country to cheer them on. Follow #IAmTeamGB on Twitter, and take a look at the website to find out how you can get involved. There is no need to retune your TV during this time and programmes will start again at 10.30am. We offer free help and advice to viewers who rely on Freeview for TV so they can continue to receive it when 4G mobile services at 800 MHz are activated in their area. If you notice new interference then get in touch. You can call us for free on 0808 13 13 800 or visit our website www.at800.tv. In the meantime, we’ll leave you with these pictures of our team getting sporty in preparation for Saturday! [gallery ids="40653,40654,40652,40651,40649,40656"]   [post_title] => “We’ve gone running – why don’t you join us?” [post_excerpt] => ITV to stop broadcasting on all channels for one hour on Saturday 27 August [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => weve-gone-running-join-us [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2016-08-30 11:30:10 [post_modified_gmt] => 2016-08-30 10:30:10 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://at800.tv/?post_type=updates&p=40647 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => updates [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [4] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 40278 [post_author] => 51 [post_date] => 2016-08-05 17:26:02 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-08-05 16:26:02 [post_content] =>

It’s back! 6 August sees the return of the Olympic Games, complete with everything we love about sport: drama, heroism, feats of sporting prowess and, this time, with a touch of Rio carnival thrown in for good measure.

During the coming weeks, we’ll be treated to over 550 of hours of television from 2pm to 1am each day. That’s a lot of TV. So to celebrate, here’s our run-down of the most unmissable TV moments from Olympic Games past.

  1. London 2012 – Team GB’s super Saturday
rio2 We may be a little biased but wanted to kick off with Britain’s most successful day at the 2012 London Olympics. Team GB winning six gold medals on home territory – including three in the space of just 44 minutes – was a spectacle to behold.
  1. Beijing 2008 – Usain Bolt breaks the 100 metres world record
bolt It’s the moment that Bolt secured his superstar status. It wasn’t just the margin of victory, or the new 100m world record of 9.69 seconds, it was the ease with which he did it – visibly slowing down for the final few metres to begin celebrating. Pounding his chest before unleashing his now famous “Lightening Bolt” move.
  1. Beijing 2008 – Michael Phelps wins eight golds
phelps Yes, it’s another from Beijing 2008 where a global athletic superstar splashed his way into our hearts. Phelps’ eight gold medals beat Mark Spitz’s record of seven golds in 1972. In 2012, Phelps became the most decorated Olympian of all time with a total of 18 gold medals, two silvers and two bronzes.
  1. Barcelona 1992 – USA’s NBA dream team
rio Barcelona 1992 was the first Olympic Games where professional basketball players took part, and saw the superstars of the NBA descend on Spain to showcase their inimitable talents. With the likes of Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird, team USA put on a basketball masterclass, winning all eight games in the tournament and netting an astonishing average tally of 117.3 points per game.
  1. Berlin, 1936 – Jesse Owens wins four gold medals
rio1 African-American athlete Jesse Owens beats the odds to win four gold medals – 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay and long jump – at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. A remarkable achievement that sent a message of hope around the planet. And finally, let’s not forget what was easily the best non-sporting Olympics moment of all time (again, we might be a little biased) … jamesbond No-one wants to miss the best moments from one of the biggest sporting events on the planet. Please be aware, the BBC launched additional Red Button services in advance of the 2016 Olympic coverage and some HD services have moved temporarily to accommodate these extra channels. If you need to retune, you can find further details here. New 4G signals may also cause interference to Freeview.  Fear not – help is at hand. Contact us for free on 0808 13 13 800, or fill in our online form, here. 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Through the summer, the Royal Albert Hall will play host to 91 concerts over 58 days with each show featuring a live concert with a high-profile artist, BBC orchestras and presenters. proms Whether you’re a novice music lover, or a classical connoisseur, the Proms has something for everyone. For lovers of the great outdoors The term “promenade concert”, originally referred to outdoor concerts in London's pleasure gardens, where the audience was free to stroll around while the orchestra was playing. This tradition has been revived in parks and stately homes around the UK – in particular, the Proms in the Park events which happen across the country on the Last Night of the Proms. For the ceiling gazers royalty In a bid to resolve the auditorium’s echo, acoustic diffusers were installed below the ceiling in the late 1960s. Lit up in a ghostly blue, the mushroom-like features have achieved iconic visual status over the years. For the classical sceptic Though the Proms started as a way for people to enjoy classical music, it has since broadened out to cover a range of genres and tastes. The 2016 programme is the most varied yet and includes performances from Rick Astley, a David Bowie tribute performance and a Strictly Come Dancing live show. Last Night of the Proms On 10 September, the world-famous Last Night of the Proms celebrations will take place across the UK, as England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales host ambitious live events. Audiences around the UK can also join in at BBC Big Screens and at home, to mark the closing of the annual BBC Proms season at the Royal Albert Hall. Proms_in_the_Park_2 Don’t let Freeview interference spoil the music for you - if you notice new interference then get in touch. We offer free help and advice to viewers who rely on Freeview for TV so they can continue to receive it when 4G mobile services at 800 MHz are activated in their area. 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Whether you’re mad about Christmas or think it is all bah-humbug, British Christmas telly has something for everyone - here are our top picks from over the years. Father Ted – A Christmassy Ted Channel 4 – Special - 1994 Since its first broadcast in 1994, A Christmassy Ted has become a key part of the festive TV landscape and it’s hard to imagine a year without it. Laughs come when Ted, Dougal and six other priests get lost in a lingerie department during a Christmas shopping trip. via GIPHY   Only Fools and Horses – Christmas Crackers BBC - Series 1 - 1981 Only Fools and Horses is just as much of a Christmas tradition as mince pies, Christmas crackers and Boxing Day sales. The episode follows the Trotter family during their ‘low-key’ Christmas Day, as Grandad ruins the Christmas dinner and Del and Roy attempt to meet women at the Monte Carlo Club. via GIPHY   The Royle Family – Christmas Special BBC - 1999 Christmas with the Royles is ‘go-to’ festive viewing, but it’s the 1999 special that takes the crown as the most memorable. The excitement comes at the end of the episode, when heavily pregnant Denise goes into labour - with only Jim around to help.   Wallace and Gromit – A Matter of Loaf or Death The bumbling cheese-lover and his four-legged companion returned in 2008 for a Christmas special guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Wallace and Gromit convert their home into a bakery with a windmill and find themselves caught up in a murder mystery. via GIPHY   Coronation Street – Hilda leaves the show ITV - 1987 Christmas in soap land always promises to be dramatic, and is often far from happy. Hilda Ogden, one of Coronation Street’s most iconic characters, left the soap in style during this emotional Christmas episode. Weatherfield residents said their final goodbyes as Hilda left the famous street singing ‘Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye’.   Downton Abbey Christmas Special ITV - 2015 This episode delivered a heartfelt and tear jerking finale, as Lady Edith tied the knot with Bertie Pelham and resolved her long-time feud with Lady Mary. Bates and Anna welcomed a healthy baby boy and Lord Grantham renewed his vows to Cora. If you plan on watching the episode again, make sure you have a box of tissues handy. via GIPHY   Make sure you don’t miss any of this year’s Christmas specials - if you notice any new interference to Freeview, TV received through an aerial, we are here to help. 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