Everyone deserves a chance to turn their life around, especially at Christmas. In a warm-hearted two-part series, concluding tomorrow, Bad Santas follows a group of unemployed men as they are taken through their paces at the UK's most successful Santa School; but only the best will make it into the grottos in time for Christmas. In true Christmas spirit, James Lovell and Matt Grist, Managing Directors of Ministry of Fun (MOF), are offering a unique opportunity to this carefully selected group of men, each of whom has had a difficult past and is looking for a fresh start.
Bad Santas. Channel 4: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 14:25 | Monday 17th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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