Friday December 6, 2019

Emer's Week

5th November, 2017
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Now that Halloween’s out of the way, we’re on the home stretch to endless festive cooking shows and Scrooged repeats. Nigella’s back on BBC Two (Monday evenings), the 24-hour dedicated Christmas film channels are fired up, Strictly is separating the wheat from the chaff and Kirstie Allsop is just around the corner with her preposterous crafts on Channel 4.

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