Top TV Picks: Boxing Day

Top TV Picks: Boxing Day

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The Brockman Family (Credit: BBC/Hat Trick/Colin Hutton).

The Brockman family are back for a Christmas special in Outnumbered, Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes are turned into a magical animated two-part series and murders and alibis are the name of the game in The Witness for Prosecution.

Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes

BBC One, 6:30pm

Revolting Rhymes BBC One
Revolting Rhymes on BBC One (Credit: BBC/Magic Light Pictures/Screengrab)

Based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name, Revolting Rhymes is a collection of delightful stories that have been turned into an animated two-part series.

The Narrator Wolf tells the stories of Little Red Riding Hood, Snow-White, Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Cinderella.


Lego's Big Christmas

Channel 4, 8pm


(Credit: Channel 4 Television)

Lego is now the most recognisable and profitable business in the world. However, staff are under pressure to think bigger and better especially in the run up to Christmas. This one-off doc goes behind the scenes as the world's biggest Lego store is about to open in London's Leicester Square.


Still Open All Hours

BBC One, 8.30pm


Granville (Sir David Jason), Leroy (James Baxter). (Credit: BBC/Ben Blackall)

In a brand-new series, we return to Arkwright's Christmas filled corner shop.

Granville (David Jason) is still fending of the snapping till on top of becoming a marriage counselor, whilst Kath (Sally Lindsay) does her best to spread the Christmas spirit.


The Witness for the Prosecution

BBC One, 9pm


(Credit: BBC/Mammoth Screen/Agatha Christie Productions/Todd Antony & Robert Viglasky)

The Witness for Prosecution is a two-part Agatha Christie adaptation which will premiere on Boxing Day and conclude the following night.

This series is set in the 1920s and starts after the murder of rich widow Emily French (played by Kim Cattrall) in a London townhouse. Mayhew (Toby Jones) is put in charge of Leonard, accused of the murder. Moved by his case Mayhew sets out to prove Leonard's innocence, however Leonard's vengeful wife holds the key to his alibi.


Outnumbered

BBC One, 10pm


Dad (Hugh Dennis), Ben (Daniel Roche), Mum (Claire Skinner), Jake (Tyger Drew-Honey), Karen (Ramona Marquez). (Credit: BBC/Hat Trick/Colin Hutton)

The Brockmans are back for a Christmas special, looking noticeably older too.

They're on a mission for their grandad but as you can imagine, they encounter quite a few problems along the way.

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The Brockman family are back for a Christmas special in Outnumbered, Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes are turned into a magical animated two-part series and murders and alibis are the name of the game in The Witness for Prosecution.