The service is vital for people in a last-minute rush to get home, he says.

Simon Goldsmith also performs as Elvis "This is your Christmas with BBC One. “In terms of what we say on air - we try and reflect that and ask, ‘have you opened all your presents yet?’ Or ‘is uncle so-and-so asleep in the chair?’” As Phil writes all the links to programmes himself, he will already know the explosive ending to the EastEnders Christmas special. We are so excited," the channel confirmed on social media. These are external links and will open in a new window "Going to similar places and helping in some way is something I find cathartic, as well as enjoyable now. “We get about 45 minutes for lunch rather than half an hour. "It's been especially important to me since visiting my mum on Christmas Day at the care home she was in - I found it very difficult," he says.

"It's refreshing.

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.BBC one viewers have proved there's no pleasing everyone after fuming over the Christmas Day schedule, with many insisting they will be turning to The Beeb released this year's schedule today and although the morning features the typical cheery children's fare such as Stick Man and Wallace And Gromit, many were very unhappy with the evening programmes available.Moana and Finding Dory will both air on the channel between the Queen's Christmas speech before special episodes will air of "BBC One used to fire on all cylinders on Christmas Day, showing off the best of their programming", complained one fan as another added: "I really didn't think I would ever say 'thank God I am working Christmas day'. "Half an hour where you can just do something a bit crazy. The weather will be uploaded in a separate video, because it's to long. See below.

"The hit TV show promises to be full of festive chaos as the trailer dropped on December 1, starting with Smithy (James Corden) arriving at Gavin’s house and bursting into Elton John’s Step Into Christmas.Next they are seen at Gwen’s home in Barry where Uncle Bryn is trying to make the Christmas lunch for everyone.His turkey is in the oven, but when Bryn (Rob Brydon) goes to pick up a pot, he burns his hand and knocks over his cranberry stuffing, ending up on all fours over the smashed bowl, telling Stacey and Nessa: "Stacey, would you ever so kindly inform everyone that dinner will be slightly delayed.

“This is the first year that I’ve had so many animals. "If the sun's out, which it has been some years, and it's slightly warmer than a normal December day, then you feel the chill a little bit more as you go in.

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“But a lot of the animals – the turkeys – won’t be with us for Christmas.

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It was a lovely gesture and made me feel really quite emotional. I have to be above all that.” “For shift workers, Christmas just tends to be another working day. Christmas Day: Just another day at the office - BBC News Every family has its own traditions. "Later on he'll be donning his blue suede shoes and performing at a care home as his alter ego, the "low budget" Elvis tribute Harry Isaac Presley. "Winter shouts tend to be more serious because of the weather being poor and the sea rougher. It's a real family business - my uncle was part of the original crew in 1989.

Captain Jodi Le Breton will be leading the service to and from the island. This is the BBC News on christmas day. “It’s a 365-day job, someone has to be there to make sure the animals are ok,” he says. "She'd have done anything for anyone. These are external links and will open in a new windowA 76-year-old man who stabbed his wife to death on Christmas Day after 50 years of marriage has been jailed for more than three years.Thomas Bryan attacked wife Vivienne, 74, at their home in Fairbourne in Gwynedd on 25 December last year.On Friday, he was jailed for three years and two months.Det Con Kath Culshaw, from North Wales Police, said the "tragic events" on Christmas Day highlighted the consequences of domestic abuse. The team will be hard at work over Christmas maintaining the 1,500 lights in London, which are mainly situated in Westminster, the royal parks and estates, and Kensington. “None of my family live locally so I have to drive to them and get back before it gets dark and feed all the animals, which is going to be quite a task.” But she says most of the livestock will be spoilt this Christmas. But when asked what happens between Max Branning and Phil Mitchell, his lips are sealed.

Andrew Binns and Gavin Buffam are keeping traffic moving Twenty-six people submitted applications on Christmas Eve, 23 on Boxing Day and 77 on New Year's Day. It is his seventh Christmas Day at work, in a 14-year career as a traffic officer. “It does seem to be extremely quiet until just after lunchtime,” when families start to take a stroll after their roast dinners, he says. A 76-year-old man who stabbed his wife to death on Christmas Day after 50 years of marriage has been jailed for more than three years.

"It's great spending an hour on Christmas Day with some of the really good friends I've made since joining the team in 2016.

Mr Binns, who has three grown-up daughters, says he does not mind working Christmas Day … It is Christmas after all.” He says the team make sure they mark the day with party food on their rounds, and in previous years they have been known to play a game or two of Twister.