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The final episode in this series of The Quizeum has a suitably festive theme. Kate Williams and Hallie Rubenhold join Griff Rhys Jones at the V&A Museum of Childhood. Tune in on Christmas Day at 7pm on BBC Four.
Join James King on Christmas Day morning at 8.25am on ITV, as he catches up with Aled Jones on Weekend to talk about the best programmes available to watch on catch-up TV over the Christmas period.
James King on Star Wars: The Force Awakens "Cinemas around the globe are right now full of audiences sighing with relief. Why? After dodgy prequels, unncessary spin-offs and more wil rumours than a year's subscription to Now! Magazine, Star Wars is back to its best. If the plot feels familiar it's deliberate: this is as much an homage to the original epic from '77 as anything startlingly new. So just as the storyline follows characters rediscovering something they thought lost, the experience of watching The Force Awakens is about us rediscovering what made the series so special in the first place. Like its predecessors, here's a Star Wars that's action-packed, emotional, romantic and funny whilst newcomers Daisy Ridley and John Boyega are megastars-in-waiting. And thankfully Harrison Ford is as curmudgeonly awesome as ever. What more could you ask for?"
See Sian Williams on C5 News at 5 weekdays from 4th January and in the meantime she catches up with hosts Matt Barbett and Gaby Roslin on The Saturday Show, Saturday 26th December at 9am on Channel 5.
And if you are feeling the financial pinch after Christmas then not to worry as Martin Lewis returns in the New Year with The Martin Lewis Money Show from Friday 8th January at 8pm on ITV.