Celebrate Christmas With The Australian Woman’s Weekly

Nine has become the first network to lock in the Christmas specials.

Georgie Gardner and a host of familiar faces get together to show you how to make Christmas extra special this year 

Livinia Nixon will head to the picturesque Barossa Valley and join cooking queen Maggie Beer to pull together the ultimate traditional Christmas feast with a delicious stuffed turkey and trifle.

Kids WB host Lauren Phillips shows us funtime school holiday craft projects for parents and children that will liven up any Christmas Day table, while Nigel Ruck from Backyard Blitz has a different kind of holiday project for the family: a five-star chook pen.

Celebrity chef Julie Goodwin presents a seafood masterclass with baked ocean trout and quick, scrumptious finger food recipes for guests who drop in for the festive season. And The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Food Editor, Xanthe Roberts, lets us into her test kitchen to whip up a cool festive treat for summer entertaining.

Lauren Phillips drops into Women’s Weekly’s December issue fashion shoot with Channel Nine personalities Sylvia Jeffries, Emma Freedman and Erin Molan to preview the magazine’s glam take on North American Christmas fashion with an Aussie twist. She also gets fashion tips from the girls for Christmas Day and the festive season.

Today Show co-host Karl Stefanovic enlists the help of Olympian and Wide World of Sports host John Steffensen to bring to life a recipe from his cookbook and give a Mexican spin to your Christmas Day spread with burritos and margaritas.

And as part of Nine’s ‘Make Someone Happy’ campaign, Jesinta Campbell inspires us to be charitable over the holiday season by heading to The Mercy Centre in Bangkok, which has changed the education and health care of underprivileged children. Everyday acts of kindness are performed there for the very special disadvantaged, orphaned and trafficked children who are victims of HIV/AIDS.

Christmas With The Australian Women’s Weekly airs Sunday, November 30, at 6.30pm, on Channel Nine.