Christmas Day wouldn’t be the same without unwrapping yet another pair of socks with the LIVE Christmas Day Service on TV in the background.
The kids can be kept busy with movie after movie from The Gruffalo to Elf whilst there’s lots of Christmas specials from our favourite shows including Bake Off and Strictly Come Dancing .
The Snowman is on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to make sure you don’t miss it and The Queen’s Speech will air on both ITV and BBC. So what else can we expect to show on arguably the biggest day of the year?
We have the full schedule on what to watch on TV on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The Gruffalo airs on Christmas morning
9:00am: The Gruffalo (BBC1)
9:25am: The Gruffalo’s Child (BBC1)
10:00am: LIVE Christmas Day Service (BBC1)
11:00am: Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (BBC1)
12:05pm: Father Christmas (Channel 4)
12:30pm: Top of the Pops Christmas (BBC1)
12:40pm: The Snowman (Channel 4)
The Snowman airs on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
The old tale follows a boy named James who builds a snowman who comes to life at midnight. The half-hour animated television film has been a staple movie to watch during the festive period.
1:15pm: The Snowman and the Snowdog (Channel 4)
1:30pm: The Good Dinosaur (BBC1)
1:45pm: Arthur Christmas (Channel 4)
3:00pm: The Queen’s Speech (BBC1 and ITV)
The Queen makes her annual ten minute speech from the Throne in the House of Lords. It is written by the government and is recorded a few days before it is aired at 3pm on Christmas Day.
3:10pm: The Jungle Book (BBC1)
3:10pm: A Christmas Chase: Celebrity Special (ITV)
3:10pm: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Channel 5)
4:10pm: Monsters, Inc (ITV)
4:50pm: Zog (BBC1)
5:30pm: Strictly Come Dancing (BBC1)
Previous Strictly Come Dancing contestants and winners will take to the dance floor with the professional dancers. The line-up includes Jake Wood, Aston Merrygold and Caroline Flack.
5:40pm: Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (Channel 4)
5:40pm: Elf (ITV2)
5:40pm: Pride & Prejudice (More4)
5:55pm: Paul O’Grady: for the love of Dogs at Christmas (ITV)
6:05pm: Christmas University Challenge (BBC1)
6:35pm: Mary Berry’s Country House at Christmas (BBC2)
6:35pm: Britain’s Favourite Christmas Hits (Channel 5)
6:45pm: Michael McIntyre’s Big Christmas Show (BBC1)
7:15pm: Emmerdale (ITV)
7:45pm: Call The Midwife (BBC1)
8:00pm: The Great Christmas Bake Off (Channel 4)
(Image: Channel 4)
Previous Bake Off contestants Liam Charles, Flo Atkins, Jane Beedle and Andrew Smyth will be back to bring some festive cheer to the tent.
8:15pm: Coronation Street (ITV)
9:15pm: Eastenders (BBC1)
9:15pm: Torvill & Dean (ITV)
9:15pm: First Dates at Christmas (Channel 4)
9:15pm: The Devil Wears Prada (E4)
9:15pm: Gladiator (More4)
10:15pm: Alan Carr’s Christmas Cracker (Channel 4)
10:45pm: Mrs Brown’s Boys (BBC1)
11:15pm: Greatest Christmas TV Moments (Channel 5)
11:30pm: Bridget Jones’s Diary (ITV)
(Image: Rex Features)
Renee Zellweger finds herself in a love triangle with her publishing boss Hugh Grant and lawyer Colin Firth in this festive romcom.