Christmas day is over. Now it's time for turkey sandwiches, Celebration boxes and TV series marathons. Here are our top picks for Boxing Day.
BBC One, 6:20pm
The much-anticipated adaptation, inspired by the classic books by Barbara Euphan Todd, has been given a modern twist by Detectorists star Mackenzie Crook.
The two-part series follows the adventures of a scarecrow, Worzel Gummidge, that comes to life and befriends two city children who are spending their summer at Scatterbrook farm.
The family friendly adventure combines fun, humour and an environmental message, with Mackenzie Crook starring as Gummidge, Sir Michael Palin as The Green Man, the creator of scarecrows, and Zoe Wanamaker as an eccentric local aristocrat.
Would I Lie To You At Christmas
BBC One, 9:30pm
The comedy panel show all about lying will have a festive edition as two teams compete to trick each other with ridiculous facts and plausible lies.
Rob Brydon returns as host, and Lee Mack and David Mitchell take charge as team captains.
They will be joined be celebrities Liz Bonnin, Stephen Merchant, Sharon Osbourne and Dr Ranj Singh, but who will prove to be the best trickster?
Big Fat Quiz of the Year
Channel 4, 9pm
Another year, another quiz - the tradition continues with Jimmy Carr returning to host the quiz that will test which celebrities have been paying attention in 2019.
This year the celebrity teams competing will be made up of Dara O’Briain, Maya Jama, Asim Chaudhry, Roisin Conaty, Richard Ayoade and Noel Fielding.
Carr will again be helped by a series of celebrity question setters, Mitchell Brook primary school, Charles Dance and Jon Snow.
Paddington: The Man Behind the Bear
The internationally loved little bear from Peru was created by Michael Bond, who was inspired by his wartime memories of refugee children.
With narration by Hugh Bonneville, the documentary uses a mix of archive, animation and interviews to tell the story of Bond and his creation.
Bond’s family, friends and celebrity fans are interviewed and his other classic creations, such as Olga da Polga and Monsieur Pamplemousse are also explored.
Netflix, available from midnight
Series one of the Netflix psychological thriller proved to be a major hit and viewers have been eagerly anticipating series two.
Based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes, the series follows Joe (Penn Badgley), a quiet and charming bookseller who seems to be a good guy.
But Joe has a dark side and isn’t above lying, stalking and committing the occasional murder to get what he wants.
The new series is set in LA, with the female lead being played by Haunting of Hill House’s Victoria Pedretti.
Pedretti plays Love Quinn, an aspiring chef working in an uninspiring job and suffering from a loss. She feels she has met a kindred spirit in Joe who is desperately trying to escape his past.