– “United in Song 2022: Ringing in the New Year Together” also arriving on the Channel –
Arlington, VA – November 30, 2022 – The holidays are approaching and viewers can get in the spirit with two programs launching on PBS Living in December. In “Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas,” Mary provides viewers with her guide for a fool-proof and stress-free holiday feast. Then, in “United in Song 2022: Ringing in the New Year Together,” audiences are treated to a concert like no other, where America’s diversity is explored through different musical genres. Also being added to the Channel is “Tales from the Royal Wardrobe,” where Dr. Lucy Worsley takes viewers behind the scenes to explore the importance of the monarchs clothing, past and present.
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Information about each program is below:
Mary Berry’s Ultimate Christmas
Streaming Date: December 19, 2022
Genre: Holiday, Cooking
Dame Mary Berry shares her ultimate Christmas feast with all the trimmings, packed with tips to plan and get ahead for the big day. Chefs Angela Hartnett and Monica Galetti join her to share favorite festive recipes from their heritage and Mary and TV host Rylan try and convert some kids to Brussels sprouts.
United in Song 2022: Ringing in the New Year Together
Streaming Date: December 31, 2022
Genre: Holiday, Music
Ring in the New Year with music that celebrates our nation’s diversity — from folk and rock to opera, country to hip hop, Broadway to bluegrass and beyond. This special performance also reflects on what brings us together as Americans.
Tales from the Royal Wardrobe
Streaming Date: December 2, 2022
Dr. Lucy Worsley explores the royal wardrobes of our kings and queens over the last 400 years, from Elizabeth I to Queen Elizabeth II, explaining how the royal wardrobe is a carefully orchestrated piece of theater managed by the royals themselves to control the right image and project the right message to their subjects.
Other Programs Coming to PBS LIVING in December:
The New York Cantors – 12/7
In Defense of Food – 12/9
Craft in America, Season 14 – 12/17
American Masters: Groucho & Cavett – 12/27
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