When does the Christmas tree go up in your house?

Everywhere is looking very festive already; the villages have the lights up in the main streets or square and the shopping centres are adorned with sparkle, as are the individual shops themselves. And, of course you will see the Belen (nativity scenes) in many windows.

This weekend is the I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! final on Sunday on itv. The famous faces have survived everything that the life in the jungle Down Under has thrown at them but who will be crowned the King or Queen of the Jungle 2019?

Robbie Williams entertains us on itv on Sunday.

The X Factor: Celebrity may have just finished but now we have The X Factor: The Band showing on itv on Monday, Wednesday & Friday with the final on Sunday 15th.

Music mogul Simon Cowell is back with this four-part series, looking for more stars to take the music world by storm; this time concentrating on groups.

The Royal Variety Performance 2019 is on itv on Tuesday and you can read more in our magazine feature this week.

On Monday on E4, Made in Chelsea returns with a new series, this time in Buenos Aires.

Along with our selection of featured programmes you can read about:

Traces, a new crime drama on Alibi, showing on Monday and Tuesday for the next three weeks.

You can see foody programmes on Wednesday on Channel5 with Secrets of Your Christmas Supermarket Food and Inside Aldi at Christmas.

In sport, it’s semi-finals and the final of the UK Championship snooker at the weekend on BBC TWO.

Also on BBC TWO, you can see Athletics: European Cross Country Highlights on Sunday. Did you know that Great Britain is the most successful nation in European Cross Country Championships history, with 61 titles?


Editor´s pick of the week

Elizabeth Is Missing on Sunday on BBC one at 10pm

Two-time Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson makes a triumphant return to the screen after 27 years, in this poignant and compelling mystery based on the bestselling novel by Emma Healey.

When her best friend Elizabeth goes missing, Maud is convinced something terrible has happened. But her search to find Elizabeth unearths an altogether darker unsolved mystery: her sister’s disappearance, long buried in the recesses of her memory.

Can Maud discover the fate of both missing women before her dementia erases the clues and the answers are lost to her forever?

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