Just in case you’ve not yet Let It Go, Disney’s Frozen is coming to TV Christmas again but what time is it on?
The Disney animated feature was broadcast on free-to-air UK TV For the first time in forever on BBC One last Christmas Day.
Now it’s back again for 2017.
What time is Frozen on BBC One?
You can catch Princess Anna, the picture of sophisticated grace, and her sister Elsa when the gates to Arendelle open at 2:50PM today on Saturday, December 23 on BBC One and BBC One HD.
More movies line up for the festive period on BBC One include Pixar’s Monsters University on Christmas Eve on BBC One from 2:20PM.
On Christmas Day itself, Toy Story 3 airs at 1:20PM followed by Cinderella at 3:10PM.
Meanwhile, today (December 23) on ITV you can catch Despicable Me at 4.30pm.
On Christmas eve, Happy Feet airs from 4:40M on ITV2, followed by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Alternatively, there’s The Muppet Christmas Carol on Channel 4 at 6.30pm.
On boxing day, catch The Little Mermaid on Channel 4 at 4.20pm and Jurassic World on ITV at 6.40pm.
And in a week from now, New Year’s Day marks the free-to-air premiere that evening of the latest Bond film, Spectre (8pm January 1st)