It can be hard to find out what exactly you want to watch on an Easter Sunday. In a haze of chocolate, children and remote controls, it can be one of the most difficult decisions of the day.
But don’t worry. I’m here. And I’ve got some beauties lined up for you from lunch time all the way to night time.
Watership Down – Channel 5 – 12:45pm
If you feel like terrifying yourself or your children this Easter, why not watch Watership down? From behind your couch. Whilst you sob into your Easter egg.
Cool Runnings – BBC1 – 2:15pm
I don’t really need to explain why you need to watch this high speed classic!
Greatest Animated Movies – Channel 5 – 2:30pm
There’s nothing quite like watching a run of the greatest animated movies. It brings back nostalgia to the extreme!
Pixar’s Greatest Moments – Sky 1 – 2:30pm
Another nostalgic watch. Your children may ask why you’re crying over a cowboy doll that becomes best friends with a space man. THEY JUST DON’T GET IT.
Jumanji – Sky 1 – 4pm
This Robin Williams classic is an absolute much on the Easter weekend, isn’t it?
March of the Penguins – W – 4:30pm
Penguins. Morgan Freeman. You don’t need anything else.
Despicable Me 2 – ITV 2 – 4:50pm
I’ve never seen it, I’ve never seen the first one – but I know how much everyone loves those little minions!
Oliver – Channel 5 – 5:20pm
Our favourite singing orphan is back!
Disney Broadway Hits at London’s Royal Albert Hall – Sky Arts – 6pm
Get ready to sing your heart out and explain, yet again, why you’re crying over Mary Poppins.
Addams Family Values – Comedy Central – 6pm
Our loveable gothic family are back. With even more hilarity.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – ITV2 – 8pm
I don’t like Lord of the Rings. I don’t like The Hobbit. But if you’ve got 17 hours to put aside, feel free to watch!