There are some great movies on today – as you'd hope and expect on St Stephen’s Day – and there’s something for all the family. 

Pick of the Day 

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again - RTÉ One, 9.45pm 

You can’t go wrong with a bit of ABBA and the sequel to 2018’s Mamma Mia! is just as good – if not a bit better – than the original. With the reopening of the Hotel Bella Donna leading to a reunion for Sophie’s (Amanda Seyfried) family, there are flashbacks galore as we learn more about the life of her mum Donna (Lily James) and the songs are just brilliant. It’s hilarious, feel-good and super singalongable. 

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Frozen - RTÉ One, 4pm 

Whether you’ve never seen it, or you’ve seen it a couple of dozen times, Frozen is the kind of film that is always worth sticking on. The songs are great, the story magical, and it’s just Disney at it’s absolute best. For the uninitiated, Frozen tells the story of two princesses, one whose magical powers have plunged their kingdom into an eternal winter, and another who sets on a mission to try to save her. 

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Family Fortunes: Celebrity Christmas Special – UTV, 8.30pm 

For something light and sure to be entertaining, there’s a Christmas special of Family Fortunes. Strictly head judge Shirley Ballas takes on Vogue Williams and her husband Spencer Matthews for a chance to win a £30,000 jackpot prize for charity. Presented by Gino D'Acampo. 

Grease – BBC One, 5pm

Another musical classic that never gets old – Grease! A rebellious teenager falls for a shy Australian girl - but risks losing her by trying to act too cool. You’ll be singing along before it even begins. 

Dunkirk – BBC One, 9.05pm

The Oscar-winning epic telling the story of a number of allied soldiers on the ground, in the airr and at sea as they are surrounded by the German Army, waiting for evacuation during the Second World War. Christopher Nolan's drama, starring Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles and a host of other acting talent. 

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