The final episode of Downton Abbey airs this Christmas, so in honour of the event we’re running down our Top 10 facts about everyone’s favourite period drama.
Outside Christmas spirit fills the air, with a jovial Father Christmas waving from the back of a Routemaster bus, and Christmas trees and lights adorning the streets.
In the local church, cameras role as the BBC comes to Poplar to record a carol concert. New-face Adrian Scarborough (The King’s Speech, Miranda) can be seen in earnest talks with Shelagh Turner (Laura Main) who promises him a show to be proud of.
However at Nonnatus House Christmas is yet to come.
Julian Fellowes's award-winning period drama Downton Abbey finally draws to a close this Christmas.
As Mary settles into married life with Henry, he is still scarred by his best friend's Charlie's tragic death on the race track. Meanwhile, it looks like Thomas will finally be saying goodbye to Downton.
Watch the trailer below to get a glimpse of what else is to come in Downton's finale.
Airs Christmas Day, 8.45pm on ITV
Revered or feared by everyone at this time of year, the Christmas TV season is almost upon us. While we have a few weeks to wait before we're settling on the sofa with a selection box, the schedules are being announced and there is much to look forward to.
A group of RTS Wales members visited Celtic Prop Hire in early October, and saw items used in top TV shows, including BBC One’s Doctor Who, for which Celtic supplied various props in the current series.
Established in 1999, the Cardiff-based company supplies productions across the UK. Other recent credits include BBC's The Coroner and Sherlock as well as Sky 1's Stella.
The company also supplies a lot of props to the BBC’s Drama Village in Cardiff Bay, including for the long-running medical series Casualty.
ITV has launched this year’s Text Santa charity campaign, urging viewers to “do their bit in a Christmas knit” to raise money for charities Save the Children, Make-A-Wish UK and Macmillan Cancer Support.
This year’s fundraising is based around the Christmas jumper, building up to Christmas Jumper Day on the 18 December.
Lorraine was the first woman to run BBC 1. She led the rebranding and transformation of channel taking it to beat ITV in the ratings for the first time, making it most popular channel in the UK.