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TV Weekly Guide 21-27 December

On December 21, 2014

Sunday: Margaret, 11.30pm, TEN
Anna Paquin, Mark Ruffalo. A young woman witnesses a bus accident, and is caught up in the aftermath, where the question of whether or not it was intentional affects many people's lives.

Monday: Homeland, 10.30pm, TEN
Series final.Back in the States, Carrie and Saul investigate what she saw in Islamabad.

Tuesday: Scandal, 10.30pm, Seven
Ride, Sally, Ride: The White House deals with a bombshell announcement from Sally Langston. Meanwhile, Olivia finds herself in a challenging new role.

Wednesday: Carols by Candlelight, 8.00pm, Nine
Join David Campbell and Lisa Wilkinson along with an array of top entertainers who will perform a mix of the season's favourite contemporary and traditional carols from the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Thursday: The Sound of Music, 6.30pm, TEN
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer. Maria is constantly getting into mischief, to the dismay of the nuns and Mother Abbess at a Nonnberg Abbey. She accepts a request from an Austrian naval captain to look after his seven children.

Friday: Doctor Who Christmas Special, 7.30pm, ABC?
The Doctor and Clara face their Last Christmas. Trapped on an arctic base and under attack from terrifying creatures, who are you going to call? Santa Claus!

Call The Midwife Christmas Special, 8.30pm, BBCFirst
Christmas Special: 1959 is drawing to a close as the residents of prepare for Christmas. When two pregnant teenagers are sent to a mother and baby home, Chummy and Patsy are horrified by the conditions they find.

Saturday: Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball, 1.00pm, SBS
This documentary celebrates the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, revealing the hidden world behind one of the greatest love stories of all time by restaging a Regency ball at Chawton House, the grand estate of Jane Austen's brother. Amanda Vickery and Alastair Sooke lead a team of world-class experts as they reconstruct the ball in loving detail, from music and dancing to food and fashion.

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