A Christmas Calendar
A Christmas Calendar is a 1987 American Christmas television special hosted and narrated by Loretta Swit. The program was co-produced for PBS by Deutsche Welle and Oregon Public Broadcasting and premiered December 18, 1987 on PBS.
|A Christmas Calendar|
|Written by||Hildegarde Schroeder|
|Directed by||Jochen Richter|
|Presented by||Loretta Swit|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Deutsche Welle|
|Original release||December 18, 1987|
Loretta Swit travels to Germany to discover the holiday traditions in the European country. Swit journeys through various regions of Germany including spending some of the holiday with a German family. She discovers the origins of St Nicholas, the Christmas traditions such as the Christkindlmarkt as well as show the viewers the winter scenery of the country. The program includes seasonal music with insight of the origins of the titles.