Mary Poppins, 1:50pm, Sunday, 27 December 2015, BBC1
In one of the most successful screen musicals of all time, Julie Andrews's super-nanny flies into Edwardian London on her umbrella to bring some magic into the lives of her naughty charges, Karen Dotrice and Matthew Garber, and their busy parents, David Tomlinson and Glynis Johns.
Oz- The Great and Powerful, 4:05pm, Sunday, 27 December 2015, BBC1
Director Sam Raimi brings dazzle to a tale that shows how the Land of Oz gained its wizard. He turns out to be James Franco's rascally circus magician, who is transported in a balloon from black-and-white Kansas to the wondrous and colourful world of Oz.
Big Hero 6, 2:30pm, Monday, 28 December 2015, Sky Movies Premiere
Looking like a walking marshmallow and moving with a dainty waddle, lovable robot Baymax is the best thing about this family-friendly Disney animation based on a Marvel Comics series.
The Queen, 4:30pm, Tuesday, 29 December 2015, ITV
From the moment she first appears on screen, Helen Mirren becomes the Queen in this movie about the fateful week that Princess Diana died in 1997.
Frozen Sing-A-Long, 6:10pm, Tuesday, 29 December 2015, Sky Movies Disney
We couldn’t have Christmas without Frozen, the Snow Queen adaptation given a glossy, girl-power makeover by Disney – a billion-dollar global blockbuster that won two Oscars.
David Beckham: For The Love of Football, 9:00pm, Tuesday, 29 December 2015, BBC1
The star player shares his love of the beautiful game with the world.
Moby Dick, 11:00am, Wednesday, 30 December 2015, CBS Drama
Moby Dick’s old, he’s angry and he doesn’t get enough attention from females,’ quips William Hurt’s Captain Ahab, in this all-star version of Herman Melville’s classic 19th-century novel.
Monsters Inc., 4:20pm, Wednesday, 30 December 2015, BBC1
The makers of Toy Story delivered the mesmerising goods again, with this rib-tickling riot of colour, comedy and cutting edge computer animation.