We love a bit of Christmas telly here at MadeForMums - not least when there’s something decent on in the day that our little ones can enjoy, too.


So we’ve found a few old school classics and modern movie faves to watch as the new year looms, over on BBC One, BBC Two, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5…

Thursday 21st December

Wallace And Gromit: Curse Of The Were-Rabbit - BBC One at 3.35pm

Friday 22nd December

More like this

Puss In Boots - BBC One at 3.40pm
Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger - BBC Two at 5.15pm

Saturday 23rd December

The Muppets (Live Action) - BBC Two at 9.30am
Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone - ITV at 1.35pmFrozen - BBC One at 2.50pm
Despicable Me - ITV at 4.30pm

Sunday 24th December

Rugrats In Paris: The Movie - Channel 4 at 7am
Jack Frost
- ITV at 9.55am
The Santa Clause - BBC One at 10.30am
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets - ITV at 12.55pm
Monster's University - BBC One at 2.20pm
The Borrowers - Channel 4 at 3.35pm
The Snowman - Channel 4 at 5.20pm
The Snowman and The Snowdog - Channel 4 at 5.55pm
The Muppet Christmas Carol - Channel 4 at 6.30pm

Monday 25th December

2017's Beauty And The Beast - Sky Cinema Premiere at 6am
Santa Claus: The Movie -
ITV at 12.50pm
Toy Story 3 -
BBC One at 1.20pm
Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban -
ITV at 3.10pm
- Channel 4 at 4.30pm
Home Alone -
Channel 4 at 5.50pm

Tuesday 26th December

Mary Poppins - BBC One at 3.45pm
The Little Mermaid - Channel 4 at 4.20pm

Wednesday 27th December

Shrek 2 - BBC One at 2.20pm
Big Hero 6 - BBC One at 4.10pm
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire - ITV at 8pm

Thursday 28th December

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie - Channel 4 at 7.20am
Kung Fu Panda - 10.20am, BBC One
Shrek The Third - BBC One at 2.20pm
How To Train Your Dragon 2 - BBC One at 4.10pm
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix - ITV at 8pm

h/t: Radio Times and Digital Spy

What will you and yours be watching this Christmas?

Any of these take your fancy – or will you be sticking on a certain DVD?

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