Here are the best shows and movies on Irish TV this St Stephen’s Day

Christmas is sadly over after a year of waiting, but fear not, there are still plenty of great shows and movies on Irish TV to keep you entertained this St. Stephen’s Day.

For many, St Stephen’s Day is arguably the best day of the festive season, thanks to having your dinner already prepared and no projects to make in the big bad world.

Instead of thinking about having to wait another year for gifts, why not sit in front of the fire and see what the box has to offer?

Here are the best shows on TV today, December 26th

Christmas is sadly over after a year of waiting, but fear not, there are still plenty of great shows and movies on Irish TV to keep you entertained this St. Stephen’s Day. Pic: Harry Murphy/Sports Profile

The Race from Leopardstown – RTE 2nd, 1 p.m

Paul O’Grady in ‘The Love Of Dogs’ – Virgin Media One at 6 p.m

Note for Nature – RTE One. 6.25pm

Munster in Leinster – TG4, 6.50pm

Easter – RTE One, 7.25pm

Richard Osman’s Festive House of Games – BBC Two, 7.30pm

The Greatest Snowman – Channel 4, 7.30pm

What does December 26 hold for Jenin at Easter? Photo: BBC.

The Green Planet – RTE second, 8 p.m

Ireland’s Fittest Family: All-Star Special – RTE One, 8 p.m

The Repair Shop Christmas Special – BBC Two, 8 p.m

Sports Stories: Eamonn Dunphy – Virgin Media Two, 9 p.m

Death in Paradise Christmas Special – BBC One, 9pm

Detectorists Special – BBC Two, 9 p.m

2022 Big Fat Contest – Channel 4, 9 p.m

Manchester City’s Erling Haaland will be in the game. Pic: Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images

A guy named Harris – TG4, 9.45pm

David Bowie: Reality Tour – TG4, 12.50am

Emmerdale – Virgin Media One, 7 p.m

Corinthian Street – Virgin Media One, 7.30pm

The Voice Kids – Virgin Media One, 8:30 p.m

Match of the day – BBC One, 11.20pm

Here are the best movies premiering on Telly today, December 26

This modern Disney gem will be shown on BBC One. Image: Disney.

Hotel for Dogs – Hotel for Dogs, 7.35pm

Great Expectations – BBC Two, 9.15pm

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner – TG4, 10 a.m

Big Hero Six – BBC One, 10.25am

Dick the Holes – Virgin Media Two, 10.45am

The Secret of Moonacre – 2nd RTE, 11am

A Christmas Carol – TG4, at 12 noon

Will you be able to handle a million re-watches of Frozen. Pic: Disney

Frozen – BBC One, 12.25pm

Puss In Boots – Movie 4, 12.50pm

Trolls World Tour- RTE One, 1 p.m

Hotel Transylvania – TG4, 1.50pm

Mary Poppins – BBC Two. 2.25pm

The Sound of Music – RTE One, 2.40pm

Goldfiner – RTE second, 3.15pm

Ghostbusters – BBC One, 4.40pm

Are you afraid of holiday ghosts? Photo: Columbia Pictures.

In the West – TG4, 4.45 p.m

Sister Act – Movie 4, at 4.50pm

The Magnificent Seven – BBC Two, 5.30pm

Raiders of the Lost Ark – RTE 2nd, 5.50pm

Peter Rabbit – Channel 4 5.55

I’m a Robot – Movie 4, 6.50

Lethal Weapon 3 – TMC, 9 p.m

Indiana Jones will return to the big screen in 2023. Photo: Paramount.

Jumanji: The Next Level – Movie 4, 9 p.m

The Wild Rose – 2nd RTE, 9 p.m

1917 – RTE One, 9.20pm

The Notebook – Virgin Media One, 10 p.m

Goodfellas – BBC Two, 10.15pm

Singh Street – TG4, 10.50pm

End the night with a Martin Scorsese classic. Photo: Warner Brothers.

Racer – 2nd RTE, 11 p.m

Second Act – Virgin Media Two, 11.05pm

Widows – Movie 4, 11.25pm

Stan & Ollie – RTE One, 11.30pm

Bullitt – Second RTE, 12.50am

Anchorman 2 – Channel 4, 12.55pm

Mr. Saturday Night – RTE One, 1.15am

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