A collection of programmes exploring the history and traditions of the festive season.
Sue Perkins exposes the lesser-known reality of the Dickens family Christmas.
In Shropshire there's harvesting to be done before Christmas, and mince pies to be made.
Documentary looking at the history and tradition of the British Christmas dinner.
Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn return to Manor Farm to recreate Christmas 1944.
How the sound of Christmas has evolved in response to changing ideas about the Nativity.
Lucy Worsley reveals the surprising stories behind our favourite Christmas carols.
Grace Dent sets the remote for 1995 to embark on a televisual trip back in time.
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages.
Robert Webb tells the story of Christmas through the toys we played with and loved.
A real-time journey across the wilderness of the Arctic on a traditional reindeer sleigh.
Composer Howard Goodall uncovers the surprising history of the Christmas carol.
Griff Rhys Jones reveals how Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol popularised Christmas.
Gareth Malone and Karen Gibson reveal how Christmas was banned here in the 17th century.
A meditative and poetic sensory immersion into the world of a lone Inuit hunter.
The team recreate a Tudor Christmas, which featured 12 days of celebrations and feasts.
Lucy recreates festivities from Henry VIII's era: costumes, customs, food and festive fun.
Kirsty Young looks at the history of the royal Christmas broadcast.