A very Merry Christmas (and happy new year) to one and all.
In a long-standing annual tradition here's a old Christmas standard for you to enjoy with a mince pie.
Originally performed by the late Greg Lake, I Believe In Father Christmas could be described as the most meta-Christmas song of all. But people don't usually listen that closely to the ever-so-slightly cynical lyrics about loss of childish innocence. And in this version, Gaz Coombes pares down the production to simple guitar-and-voice - apart from Adam Buxton's brave attempts at the famous Prokoviev break on mini-keyboards.
It was done for Adam's Sky Arts Christmas special a few years back, and it's a proper heartwarmer for Christmas Eve...
Peace on earth!