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Christmas24 Journey Back to Christmas
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Tune into Christmas24, in the build up to to this Christmas to enjoy heart-warming films all day every day... available on Sky 327, Virgin 419 and BT 513. Here's what's in store for 28 October to 3 November...

Journey Back To Christmas - PREMIERE

Christmas 24 3.00pm, Saturday

Take a magical journey with Candace Cameron Bure in this captivating Christmas movie. She’s Hanna, a small-town nurse in 1945 who bangs her head during a stormy night in mid-December as a comet passes overhead. Hanna miraculously wakes up in 2016, just as the comet is due to return… Kindly cop Jake (Oliver Hudson) takes the confused Hanna under his wing as she tries to convince the townsfolk she’s from the past. While figuring out what’s happened, Hanna sees the nice and nasty sides of the locals – and injects some much-needed Christmas magic into the town. Stars Bure and Hudson shine brightly and Tom Skerritt has a really lovely role as an old-timer who may have the answer that Hanna is seeking. A hard-to-fault film with a delightful twist. (2016; Cert PG).

A Nutcracker Christmas - PREMIERE

Christmas 24 3.00pm, Sunday

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All her life, ballet dancer Lily (Amy Acker) has longed to be the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker Christmas ballet. Her dream takes her all the way from small-town Georgia to New York, where she falls for fellow dancer Mark (Sascha Radetsky). Their life together is perfect – but then a family tragedy sends Lily back home. Turning her back on her ambitions, Lily instead encourages her talented niece Sadie (Sophia Lucia) to become a ballet dancer while keeping her past locked away. Then Lily bumps into Mark again by accident, but will she be able to allow her dreams to come true at last..? With its sumptuous sets and appealing stars, this is a sweet, enchanting romance that will have you reaching for the tissues as well as dancing for joy. (2016; Cert PG).

A Dream For Christmas - PREMIERE

Christmas 24 5.00pm, Saturday

A Dream of Christmas

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Fed up Penny (Nikki DeLoach) has been passed over for promotion and is tired of her husband Stuart (Andrew W Walker). Wishing she had never married, she’s transported into a life where she’s wealthy, successful and single – but happy? Of course not, so she sets about winning Stuart back in this cheery yuletide romcom. (2016; Cert PG).

A Very Country Christmas - PREMIERE

Christmas 24 5.00pm, Sunday

A Very Country Christmas

Country singing star Zane (Greyston Holt) needs a break from his high-flying life and heads to a small town where single mum Jeannette (Bea Santos) is busy juggling jobs, studying and kids. Dating’s not something she’s interested in, but when she and Zane meet, the sparks start to fly in this pleasing festive romance. (2017; Cert PG).

The Mistletoe Promise

Christmas 24 7.00pm, Sunday

The Mistletoe Promise

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Christmas phobics Elise (Jaime King) and Nick (Luke Macfarlane) strike a deal to help each other through Noel. Elise wants to show her ex-husband she’s over him and Nick needs to prove his family man credentials for promotion. Needless to say, the two start warming to the festive season – and each other – in this fizzy romcom. (2016; Cert PG).

Broadcasting Christmas

Broadcasting Christmas

Christmas 24 7.00pm, Tuesday

Emily (Melissa Joan Hart) and Charlie (Dean Cain) used to go out many years earlier, but are now rivals for a morning TV show job. As they vie for the plum role, they both have something to prove… Thanks to the expert acting from the appealing stars, this is a perfect Christmas movie – full of lots of froth, fun and finding love. (2016; Cert PG).




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