The broadcaster unveiled details of its holiday lineup today, with a raft of Christmas programming due to air.
Along with Chelsea and Yorkshire - which will feature much-loved student Musharaf - comedies 8 Out of 10 Cats and Man Down will also get out the tinsel for Christmas.
Channel 4 will also feature a number of other comedy spectaculars over the holiday period, with the British Comedy Awards due to air on December 12. 50 Funniest Moments will countdown the best moments of the year, while one night will be devoted to celebrating The It Crowd.
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