It’s A Julia Donaldson Christmas

If you have a little one, it’s likely that you’ve read at least one of Julia Donaldson‘s picture books, and probably on repeat due to her simple rhymes and fun characters that are perfect for getting children interested in reading. And with beautiful illustrations by Axel Scheffler, her books have always been a favourite in our house.

This Christmas, BBC One are airing all of the short film adaptations of her books, including the new premier of Zog. Here’s a list of what films are on and when you can catch them:

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The New Trailer For ‘American Horror Story’ Season Five Is A Haunting Journey

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A while back I gave 4 reasons why you should catch up with American Horror Story, and if you didn’t take my advice then, now you’ll be eager to watch the new series with the release of this exciting first trailer.

We’ve been teased Lady Gaga’s AHS debut for quite some time and now we’ve finally got a trailer for the highly anticipated American Horror Story: Hotel.

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New TV Channel ‘Spike’ to Air The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Son’s of Anarchy

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It’s already been deemed “the hardest TV channel on the box”, and it’s no wonder when Channel 5’s spin-off channel, Spike, has such a fantastic schedule of shows. You can’t get much harder than Walter White, Rick Grimes, and Jax Teller.

With a number of exciting new programmes scheduled, ranging from drama to comedy to sport, the biggest news is that Spike, coming soon to the UK, is set to air three of the best TV series of recent years from start to finish – Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, and Sons of Anarchy.

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Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell To Lead ‘True Detective’ Season 2

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HBO have made one of the most exciting announcements this week, with news officially confirming that Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell are set to lead the second series of True Detective.

HBO’s announcement also confirms that The Fast and Furious director Justin Lin is set to direct the first two episodes of the new season.

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Full Series of Ricky Gervais’ Derek Is Commissioned By Channel 4

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Following the success of the pilot episode for Ricky Gervais’ latest comedy series, Derek, which aired in April, Channel 4 have now commissioned a full series of the show.

Set in an old people’s home in England. the series centres on Derek, who is played by Gervais, and follows a number of the home’s workers and residents too.

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Five New Feaurettes Ask to Pledge Your Allegiance For ‘Game of Thrones’

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With the release of four new character profiles and the episode synopses for the first five episodes, as well as the fourth trailer for the second season of the medieval fantasy series, Game of Thrones, already this week, HBO now ask you to pledge allegiance in five new featurettes.

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Four New Character Profiles & Five Episode Synopsis for ‘Game of Thrones’

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After the release of the fourth trailer for season two of HBO’s medieval fantasy series, Game of Thrones, earlier this week, we now have four new character profiles and the episode synopses for the first five episodes.

The new character profiles re-introduce us to some of the cast that we first met in season one, featuring videos for Robb Stark played by Richard Madden, Jon Snow played by Kit Harington, Daenerys Targaryen played by Emilia Clarke, and Joffrey Baratheon played by Jack Gleeson.

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