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One in every of the many joys of Christmas is the glut of blockbuster films that come crashing onto televisions screens, and with high-profile premieres and festive favourites rubbing shoulders, there’s all the time one thing on the field to hold us entertained.

This yr, animation followers are in for a deal with, however there’s spectacular documentaries, comedies, Christmas horrors and heartwarming household enjoyable too.

We’ve rounded up all of the films displaying on the principal Freeview channels (and a few streaming platforms) throughout the festive interval, and highlighted a few of the best.

15 December

the big shortThe Massive Brief – BBC2, 9pm (Photograph: Paramount Footage)

December 15 sees an enormous premiere in the type of Adam McKay’s Oscar profitable comedy-drama The Massive Brief (BBC2, 9pm) based mostly on the true story of Wall Road hotshot Micheal Burry, who predicts the recession of 2008, and makes an attempt to revenue from it.

Elsewhere, ITV proceed their run of the Star Wars saga with collection spotlight The Empire Strikes Again (6.40pm), Channel four get us into the Christmas spirit with the unique Miracle on 34th Road (three.10pm) and a premier of 2016’s all-female reboot of Ghostbusters (9pm), whereas ITV2 presents a Jim Carrey double invoice of Sure Man (5.45pm) and The Masks (7.55pm).

Swallows and Amazons (BBC Two, 5pm)
2012 (Channel 5, 6.30pm)
Bridget Jones: the Fringe of Purpose (ITVBe, 9pm)
Now You See Me 2 (Film4, 9pm)
Tremors (ITV4, 11.05pm)
Jaws III (ITV, 11.35pm)
Mercury Rising (Film4, 11.35pm)
Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (BBC Two, 11.45pm)
Ender’s Recreation (Channel four, 11.45pm)

16 December

brooklynBrooklyn – BBC2, 8pm (Photograph: Lionsgate)

Saoirse Ronan stars in charming romantic drama Brooklyn (BBC2, 8pm), and her portrayal of a younger Irish lady who units out for a daring new life in ’50s America noticed her nominated for a Best Actress Oscar.

Elsewhere, festive ogre romp Shrek Ceaselessly After (BBC1, three.10pm) will hold the youngsters entertained, or you would go for the Arnie Christmas basic Jingle All the Approach (Channel four, three.40pm), or trendy festive favorite Elf (ITV, 6pm) as an alternative.

The Day After Tomorrow (Channel four, 5.45pm)
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (ITV2, 5.50pm)
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Film4, 6.55pm)
Armageddon (Channel 5, 9pm)
The Outlaw Josey Wales (ITV4, 9pm)
Shooter (Film4, 9pm)
Level Break (BBC One, 11.30pm)
Transporter three (Film4, 11.30pm)
The Adjustment Bureau (ITV4, 11.50pm)

17 December

eye in the skyEye in the Sky – Film4, 9pm (Photograph: Common Footage)

The late Alan Rickman brings some clout to Eye in the Sky (Film4, 9pm), the Iraq conflict thriller starring Helen Mirren, whereas Jim Carrey’s The Grinch (ITV2, 6.55pm) will give the youngsters one thing gloriously foolish to get caught into.

Journey Alongside 2 (Film4, 7.05pm)
Rambo III (ITV4, 9pm)
On Lethal Floor (ITV4, 11.05pm)
Pink (Film4, 11.05pm)

18 December

Love Truly – ITV2, 9pm (Photograph: Common Footage)

Love Truly (ITV2, 9pm) is now a bonafide Christmas basic, whereas these eager for one thing a bit of extra motion packed ought to take a look at Die Exhausting with a Vengeance (BBC One, 10.45pm).

The Insanity of King George (Film4, 6.50pm)
Purple 2 (Film4, 9pm)
The Adjustment Bureau (ITV4, 11.05pm)

19 December

The Quick and the Livid (ITV2, 9pm) supplies some vehicular-based thrills and spills, whereas Exodus: Gods and Kings (Film4, 9pm) presents a Biblical epic from Ridley Scott (albeit certainly one of combined fortunes).

Toy Story (BBC1, 4pm)
About Time (Film4, 6.30pm)
The Outlaw Josey Wales (ITV4, 9pm)
Mariah Carey’s A Christmas Melody (Channel 5, 11.05pm)
The Specialist (ITV4, 11.50pm)
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Film4, 11.55pm)

20 December

As we strategy the weekend earlier than Christmas and conventional faculty performs are carried out throughout the nation, there couldn’t be a greater time to absorb Martin Freeman comedy Nativity! (BBC2, 5.50pm).

Elsewhere, Jaws (ITV4, 9pm) and Tremors (ITV4, 11.40pm) present some throwback monster film enjoyable.

Toy Story 2 (BBC1, three.45pm)
The Good Catch (Film4, four.40pm)
Relating to Henry (Film4, 6.50pm)
Shooter (Film4, 9pm)
The Bishop’s Spouse (BBC4, 10pm)

21 December

inbetweenersThe Inbetweeners Film – Channel four, 11pm (Photograph: Film4)

There’s cringe-comedy greatness in the form of The Inbetweeners Film (Channel four, 11pm), candy festive rom-com The Vacation (ITV, 10.45pm) and a superhero epic in Captain America: the First Avenger (Film4, 9pm).

Toy Story three (BBC1, three.35pm)
All Creatures Nice and Small (BBC2, 12pm)
One Wonderful Day (Film4, four.45pm)
Bridget Jones: the Fringe of Purpose (ITVBe, 9pm)
Sherlock Holmes: a Recreation of Shadows (ITV2, 9pm)
Taken 2 (E4, 9pm)
Beneath Siege (ITV4, 9pm)
The Mechanic (ITV4, 11.10pm)
The Witch (Film4, 11.25pm)

22 December

The Lone Ranger – BBC2, 7.15pm (Photograph: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

The weekend earlier than Christmas brings us quite a few huge films.

BBC2 have action-packed western The Lone Ranger (7.15pm), whereas ITV might be ending up the unique trilogy of Star Wars films with Return of the Jedi (6.30pm).

Pitch Good 2 (9pm) is Channel four’s huge movie, whereas 2016 anmation Sing and Trainspotting sequel T2 make their debuts on Netflix.

Bridge to Terabithia (Channel four, eight.45am)
The Muppets (BBC2, 10am)
12 Days if Giving (Channel 5, 10.50am)
Automobiles 2 (BBC2, 11.35am)
Hachi: a Canine’s Story (Channel four, 12pm)
Wedding ceremony Wonderland (Channel 5, 12.45pm)
Penguins of Madagascar (BBC1, 1.40pm)
Father of the Bride (Channel four, 1.45pm)
Kung Fu Panda (BBC1, 3pm)
Discovering Neverland (BBC2, four.25pm)
Mariah Carey’s A Christmas Melody (Channel 5, 5.20pm)
“Crocodile” Dundee (Channel four, 6.10pm)
Mamma Mia! (ITVBe, 6.50pm)
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (Film4, 6.55pm)
Uncle Buck (ITV2, 7.05pm)
A Million Methods to Die in the West (E4, 9pm)
Hitman: Agent 47 (Film4, 9pm)
Iron Man (ITV2, 9pm)
Hell or Excessive Water (Film4, 10.50pm)
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (ITV2, 11.05pm)
East Is East (Channel four, 11.10pm)
Jaws the Revenge (ITV, 11.25pm)
The Sapphires (BBC2, 11.40pm)

23 December

Pixar basic Up (BBC1, three.25pm) is certain to get the poignant and feel-good tears flowing, earlier than BBC2 takes issues much more fantastical with Tim Burton’s live-action Alice in Wonderland (5.20pm).

ITV brings us Daniel Craig’s debut outing as Bond in On line casino Royale (9pm), whereas Channel four provides us an opportunity to catch up on the first two instalments of the Males in Black collection with the 1997 unique (four.30pm) and first sequel, Males in Black 2 (6.20pm).

BBC4 are screening 80s pop-doc Bros: after the Screaming Stops (10pm), whereas cult festive horror Krampus will get its premiere on Channel 5 (11pm).

The Rugrats Film (Channel four, 6.55am)
Mr Peabody & Sherman (BBC1, 10.15am)
Twelfth Night time (BBC2, 1.10pm)
A Christmas Carol (BBC1, 1.30pm)
A Snow White Christmas (Channel 5, 3pm)
A Shoe Addict’s Christmas (Channel 5, four.50pm)
Exodus: Gods and Kings (Film4, 6.05pm)
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Channel 5, 6.40pm)
The Grinch (ITV2, 7pm)
Breaking Daybreak Half Two (E4, 9pm)
The Vacation (ITV2, 9pm)
Jack Reacher: By no means Go Again (Film4, 9pm)
The Mechanic (ITV4, 9pm)
Far from the Madding Crowd (BBC2, 10pm)
Noticed (ITV4, 10.50pm)
The Grand Budapest Lodge (Film4, 11.20pm)

Christmas Eve

ZootropolisZootropolis – BBC1, 2.55pm (Picture: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

The primary of the vacation season’s premieres hits on Christmas Eve in the type of animation Zootropolis (BBC1, 2.55pm), whereas agency festive favourites like Miracle on 34th Road (Channel four, 6pm) and Gremlins (ITV, 9.30pm) are additionally on the schedules.

Channel 5 have their arms on a premiere in the type of Seth Rogen Christmas comedy The Night time Earlier than (11pm), whereas the Oscar-nominated animation The Breadwinner debuts on Amazon Prime.

Rugrats in Paris: the Film (Channel four, 6.40am)
Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings (BBC2, 7.15am)
These Magnificent Males in The Flying Machines (BBC2, 9.25am)
SPYkids four: All the Time in the World (Channel four, 10am)
Shaun the Sheep Film (BBC1, 10.10am)
Oklahoma! (Channel 5, 10.45am)
A Christmas Carol (Channel four, 11.45am)
The Grinch (ITV, 12.55pm)
Romeo & Juliet (BBC2, 1pm)
Monsters College (BBC1, 1.20pm)
The King and I (Channel 5, 1.30pm)
We Purchased a Zoo (Channel four, 1.45pm)
Santa Claus (ITV, three.25pm)
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Channel 5, four.20pm)
Jingle all the Means (Film4, four.55pm)
Mary Poppins (BBC1, 5pm)
Kelly’s Heroes (ITV4, 6.10pm)
Knight and Day (Film4, 6.50pm)
Transformers: Darkish of the Moon (E4, 7pm)
The Lego Film (ITV2, 7.05pm)
Quick & Livid 7 (ITV2, 9pm)
Kingsman: the Secret Service (Film4, 9pm)
Beneath Siege (ITV4, 9pm)
The Woman in the Van (BBC2, 10pm)
Rush Hour (ITV4, 11.10pm)

Christmas Day

The-Good-DinosaurThe Good Dinosaur – BBC1, 1.30pm (Picture: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

The large day itself sees a few high-profile Disney premieres.

The primary is underrated Pixar gem The Good Dinosaur (BBC1, 1.30pm), which is adopted – after the Queen’s speech – by the critically acclaimed live-action reimagining of The Jungle Ebook (BBC1, three.10pm).

Channel four, in the meantime, serves up Christmas basic The Muppet Christmas Carol (4pm).

Postman Pat: the Film (Channel four, 6.10am)
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (BBC2, 6.25am)
Rise of the Guardians (BBC2, 7.30am)
Rugrats Go Wild (Channel four, eight.05am)
Jack Frost (ITV, 10.20am)
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Channel 5, 10.45am)
Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Have been-Rabbit (BBC1, 11am)
Guys and Dolls (BBC2, 12.45pm)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Channel 5, 1.05pm)
Arthur Christmas (Channel four, 1.45pm)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Channel 5, three.10pm)
Monsters, Inc (ITV, four.10pm)
The Spiderwick Chronicles (Film4, four.45pm)
House Alone 2: Misplaced in New York (Channel four, 5.40pm)
Delight & Prejudice (More4, 5.40pm)
Captain America: the First Avenger (Film4, 6.35pm)
Mirror Mirror (E4, 7.10pm)
Carry On Tenting (ITV3, 7.30pm)
Jurassic World (ITV2, 7.45pm)
Mission Unattainable – Ghost Protocol (Film4, 9pm)
Carry On Up the Khyber (ITV3, 9.15pm)
The Satan Wears Prada (E4, 9.15pm)
Gladiator (More4, 9.15pm)
The Duchess (BBC2, 10.15pm)
Carry On Women (ITV3, 11pm)
The Silence of the Lambs (ITV4, 11.20pm)
Bridget Jones’ Diary (ITV, 11.30pm)
Confetti (BBC2, 11.55pm)

Boxing Day

BFGThe BFG – BBC1, 5.40pm (Picture: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

The BBC proceed to ship big-named animated and CGI premieres on Boxing Day, so take pleasure in your chilly cuts with the musical Trolls (BBC1, three.50pm) and Steven Spielberg’s The BFG (BBC1, 5.40pm).

Elsewhere, there’s extra Bond with Quantum of Solace (ITV, 8pm), whereas Channel four have Robin Williams favorite Mrs Doubtfire (5.45pm).

Unusual Magic (BBC1, 9am)
Brief Circuit (Channel four, 9.20am)
The Princess and the Frog (BBC1, 10.30pm)
Raiders of the Misplaced Ark (BBC1, 1.25pm)
The Adventures of Tintin: the Secret of the Unicorn (BBC2, 7.45am)
Free Willy three: the Rescue (ITV, 9.25am)
The Younger Victoria (BBC2, 10.20pm)
The Witches (ITV, 11.05am)
Small Troopers (Channel four, 11.20am)
The Soiled Dozen (Channel 5, 11.25am)
Kung Fu Panda 2 (Channel four, 1.25pm)
A Bridge Too Far (Channel 5, 2.20pm)
Saving Mr Banks (BBC2, 2.30pm)
Non-Cease (Film4, 6.55pm)
The place Eagles Dare (ITV4, 6.55pm)
Uncle Buck (ITV2, 7pm)
The Best Unique Marigold Lodge (More4, 8pm)
Lifetime of Pi (E4, 8pm)
Bridesmaids (ITV2, 9pm)
Lucy (Film4, 9pm)
Soiled Dancing (Channel 5, 10pm)
Jaws (ITV4, 10pm)
Daddy’s Residence (Film4, 10.40pm)
The Inexperienced Mile (Channel four, 11pm)

27 December

Kung Fu Panda three – BBC1, four.20pm (Picture: 20th Century Fox)

Although the post-Christmas, pre-New Yr movie lull is starting to kick in, the BBC nonetheless has one other massive premiere up its sleeve in Kung Fu Panda three (BBC1, four.20pm), the ultimate instalment of the Jack Black-starring animated franchise.

ITV proceed their run of Bonds with Skyfall (8pm), whereas Bruce Willis is again in Die Exhausting reboot, Die Arduous (Film4, 9pm).

Dunston Checks In (Channel four, 9.20am)
The Pirates! In an Journey with Scientists! (BBC1, 9.25am)
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (BBC1, 10.50am)
Congo (Channel four, 11am)
Okay-9 (ITV, 11.20am)
The Hundred-Foot Journey (Channel 5, 11.55am)
Ever After: A Cinderella Story (Channel four, 1.10pm)
The Desert Fox (BBC2, 1.30pm)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (BBC1, 1.30pm)
Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage Conflict (Channel 5, 2.20pm)
The Heroes of Telemark (BBC2, 2.55pm)
From Time to Time (Channel 5, four.35pm)
Dr Dolittle 2 (Film4, 5.05pm)
The Golden Compass (ITV2, 6.40pm)
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Film4, 6.55pm)
Cannonball Run II (ITV4, 7.45pm)
Pitch Good (ITV2, 9pm)
American Gangster (ITV4, 10pm)
Meet the Fockers (BBC1, 10.25pm)

28 December

Wreck-It Ralph (BBC1, four.10pm) brings animated enjoyable and online game references galore to a flagging, post-Christmas crowd, whereas feel-good ski-jumping comedy biopic Eddie the Eagle (Channel four, 8pm) is certain to increase spirits as we head in the direction of the New Yr.

Brief Circuit 2 (Channel four, 6am)
Turbo (BBC1, 9am)
The Cowboys (Channel 5, 9.15pm)
A League of Their Personal (Channel four, 9.45am)
Kindergarten Cop (ITV, 10.25pm)
Madagascar three: Europe’s Most Needed (BBC1, 10.25pm)
The Alamo (Channel 5, 11.55pm)
Mom’s Day (Channel four, 12.15pm)
Emma (BBC2, 12.30pm)
Indiana Jones and the Final Campaign (BBC1, 1.15pm)
Brideshead Revisited (BBC2, 2.25pm)
Sunshine on Leith (Channel four, 2.35pm)
Rio Lobo (Channel 5, three.15pm)
Iron Man 2 (ITV2, 6.25pm)
Bend It like Beckham (Film4, 6.45pm)
A Million Methods to Die in the West (E4, 9pm)
Babylon AD (Film4, 9pm)
Final Vegas (More4, 9pm)
Mamma Mia! (ITVBe, 9pm)
Sherlock Holmes: a Recreation of Shadows (ITV2, 9pm)
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (ITV2, 9pm)
Nerve (Film4, 10.45pm)
Gladiator (More4, 11.10pm)
Quartet (BBC2, 11.10pm)
Rush Hour 2 (ITV2, 11.50pm)

29 December

ant manAnt-Man – BBC1, 7.50pm (Picture: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

One other huge premiere for 2018, as current Marvel superhero caper Ant-Man (BBC1, 7.50pm) comes to terrestrial TV for the first time.

Comedy sequel Anchorman 2: the Legend Continues (Channel four, 9pm) can also be on hand, whereas issues get a bit of extra sombre in Philomena (BBC2, 9pm), the second a part of a Judie Dench double-bill which begins with this yr’s pleasant anecdote swap, Nothing Like a Dame (BBC2, 7.40pm).

Bean (Channel 5, 9.45am)
Invoice (BBC2, 10.30am)
Groundhog Day (Channel 5, 11.35pm)
The Mummy (ITV, 12.05pm)
Child’s Day Out (Channel four, 12.15pm)
Dunkirk (BBC2, 1pm)
Hen Run (BBC1, 1.15pm)
Ghostbusters II (Channel 5, 1.35pm)
Hugo (Channel four, 2.10pm)
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Cranium (BBC1, 2.35pm)
Eragon (Film4, four.40pm)
Apollo 13 (ITV4, 6.15pm)
Knight and Day (Film4, 6.50pm)
Mirror Mirror (E4, 6.55pm)
Minions (ITV2, 7.10pm)
Quick & Livid 7 (ITV2, 9pm)
Jack Reacher: By no means Go Again (Film4, 9pm)
Rush Hour 2 (ITV4, 9pm)
X-Males – The Final Stand (E4. 9pm)
Noticed (ITV4, 10.50pm)
The Inbetweeners 2 (Channel four, 11.20pm)

30 December

star-wars-force-awakensStar Wars: The Drive Awakens – ITV, 8pm (Picture: Walt Disney Studios Movement Footage)

ITV end off their run of the Star Wars saga with the terrestrial TV debut of Episode VII: The Pressure Awakens (ITV, 8pm).

If area opera shouldn’t be your factor, Paddington (Channel four, 5.40pm) tells a brand new whimsically entertaining model of the younger bear from Peru, whereas Denzel Washington’s award-winning drama Fences comes to Netflix.

Bolt (BBC1, 9.20am)
The BFG (BBC1, 10.45am)
The Mummy Returns (ITV, 11.25am)
Younger Winston (BBC2, 12.15pm)
Two by Two (Channel four, 1.45pm)
Cinderella (BBC1, 2.25pm)
ET the Additional-Terrestrial (Channel 5, 2.40pm)
Edward Scissorhands (Channel four, three.30pm)
Morning Glory (Film4, three.45pm)
How to Practice Your Dragon 2 (BBC1, four.05pm)
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Manufacturing unit (Channel 5, 5pm)
Porridge (BBC2, 5.30pm)
Jurassic World (ITV2, 5.40pm)
A Lovely Thoughts (Film4, 6.05pm)
The Beast Unique Marigold Lodge (More4, 7pm)
Transformers: Darkish of the Moon (E4, 7pm)
The Heroes of Telemark (BBC4, 8pm)
Rock of Ages (ITV2, 8pm)
Kingsman: the Secret Service (Film4, 9pm)
The Silence of the Lambs (ITV4, 10pm)
The Hobbit: an Sudden Journey (ITV, 10.50pm)
What Ladies Need (Channel 5, 11.05pm)

New Yr’s Eve

absolutely-fabulous-movie-reviewCompletely Fabulous: the Film – BBC1, 9pm (Photograph: Fox Searchlight Footage)

One last huge premiere to see out 2018 is available in the type of Completely Fabulous: the Film (BBC1, 9pm), a big-screen take on the widespread 90s sitcom.

Elsewhere, there’s the most up-to-date James Bond outing in Spectre (ITV, 8pm), the terrestrial TV premiere of 2015’s live-action Peter Pan film, Pan (Channel 5, 5.45pm), and a vacation season basic in House Alone (Film4, four.50pm).

Planes (BBC1, 9am)
The Croods (BBC1, 10.20pm)
Flash Gordon (Channel four, 11.10am)
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (ITV, 11.45am)
What Ladies Need (Channel 5, 11.45am)
Demise on the Nile (BBC2, 12.50pm)
Vice Versa (Channel four, 1.20pm)
Soiled Dancing (Channel 5, 2.15pm)
Huge Hero 6 (BBC1, 2.40pm)
Evil Underneath the Solar (BBC2, three.10pm)
The Dam Busters (Channel four, three.20pm)
Maleficent (BBC1, four.15pm)
New Yr’s Eve (ITV2, 6.40pm)
X-Males (Film4, 6.55pm)
“Crocodile” Dundee II (Channel four, 7pm)
Ethel & Ernest (BBC2, 7.30pm)
Cannonball Run II (ITV4, 7.50pm)
Les Miserables (More4, 8pm)
Bridesmaids (ITV2, 9pm)
The Inbetweeners Film (E4, 9pm)
Mission Unimaginable – Ghost Protocol (Film4, 9pm)
American Gangster (ITV4, 10pm)
Again to the Future (Film4, 11.35pm)

New Yr’s Day

The Revenant – BBC2, 10pm (Photograph: 20th Century Fox)

2019 kicks off with two huge premieres on the BBC: Pixar’s shifting Inside Out (BBC1, 5pm), and the Oscar-winning story of Leonardo DiCaprio’s struggle for survival in The Revenant (BBC2, 10pm).

There’s one other premiere with motion film The Best Hours (BBC2, 5pm) which sees Chris Pine mount a daring sea rescue, and BBC4 screens Oasis documentary Supersonic (10pm).

Thomas and Associates: Massive World! Huge Adventures: the Film (Channel 5, 7.15am)
Diary of a Wimpy Child (Channel four, eight.10am)
Planes: Hearth and Rescue (BBC1, 9am)
ET the Additional-Terrestrial (Channel 5, 9.15am)
The Muppet Film (Channel four, 10am)
House (BBC1, 10.15am)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Channel four, 11.30am)
The Railway Youngsters (BBC1, 1pm)
Splash (Channel four, 1.25pm)
Monkey Kingdom (BBC2, 1.30pm)
Oliver! (Channel 5, 2.25pm)
The Eagle Has Landed (BBC 2, 2.50pm)
Turner & Hooch (Channel four, three.40pm)
The Jungle E-book (BBC1, three.45pm)
Minions (ITV2, 6.15pm)
Snow White and the Huntsman (Film4, 6.25pm)
The place Eagles Dares (ITV4, 6.50pm)
Titanic (E4, 7pm)
Iron Man 2 (ITV2, 8pm)
Dangerous Boys (Dave, 9pm)
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – the Touring Years (More4, 9pm)
Bridge of Spies (Film4, 9pm)
Full Metallic Jacket (ITV4, 10pm)
Avengers: Age of Ultron (BBC1, 10.55pm)

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