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Whether you are waiting for the Strictly final or fancy a bit of Christmas Bake Off, Event has selected the must see shows of the season, promising high drama, comedy and of course some old favourites.
Even in a year that has dealt blows to younger rock stars than him, you all but forget Rod Stewart is part of an endangered species until he closes his show with Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think).
This Christmas Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury's classic story of five children hunting a bear in the English countryside follows the in tradition of The Snowman as it is brought to life in a new animated film.
If Margot were a person, rather than a new Covent Garden restaurant, she'd be a handsome, twice-married Contessa, clad in fur (Fendi), cashmere (Loro Piano) and diamonds (courtesy of husbands, ex and current). With an accent as thick as warm honey, and a laugh like a Neapolitan drain. Because this smart, slick Italian, from Paolo di Tarso and Nicholas Jaouen (two smart, slick, front-of-house masters) is scented with undeniably opulent allure.
Port and Madeira rule Christmas at Smith Towers with an iron fist. Or at least an iron fist dipped in honey, for such is their sweet power that their might just couldn't be more right with mince pies, Christmas cake and even Christmas pudding. These fortified wines are meticulously aged to perfection, but how do you pick the star this Christmas?
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, allow Event to introduce you to Nissan's new baby, the 'subtle GT-R'. Also known as the GT-R MY17. No longer does one have to possess the nervous system of a Neanderthal man to enjoy owning this legendary wild beast. For sure, it remains satisfyingly wild and beastly and with more power than ever, but it is much more palatable now as well as having suddenly grown into its looks - from scraggy workhouse kid to handsome young prince.
Quite Indiscreet - on how BBC bosses drove Stephen Fry off QI. Quite Illuminating - on why his Jonathan Creek special is too scary for kids. And, yes, really Quite Incendiary - on his shocking stand-up routine ... as Event meets the Quite Incorrigible TV supernerd!