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Keeping the kids occupied during the school holidays can be difficult, particularly when it's wet and everyone is stuck indoors.

However, this unenviable task may seem a little more manageable in summer 2014, courtesy of TalkTalk TV.

According to Henrik Karlberg, Head of Pay TV at the service provider, there are now many more viewing options for customers who have a YouView set-top box.

"TalkTalk Box Office is heating up with bigger-than-ever titles and hundreds of movies to choose from, all at the tip of your fingers, with many available on same day as DVD release," he stated.

We have a great selection of movies including 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire', 'Tinkerbell' and the 'Pirate Fairy' to keep the family entertained during cloudier afternoons.

There's also plenty for tired-out parents to sit down and enjoy once the kids have gone to bed, including 'The Wolf of Wall Street', 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'American Hustle' from just £4 each.

Mr Karlberg explained that there are other ways to enjoy films this summer, including the Sky Movies and PictureBox Boosts.

"Our PictureBox Boost is now half-price for two months, which means you can get access to 60 great films, with seven new titles a week, for just £2.50," he noted.

"The Sky Movies Boost hosts hundreds of blockbuster films across its 11 Sky Movie channels and this month has on-demand Johnny Depp, Robert De Niro and Sandra Bullock collections to choose from."

Mr Karlberg said that, with Sky Movies On Demand, viewers can access hundreds of titles whenever they want for just £15.

There is no need for any long-term commitment, meaning TalkTalk customers can potentially just sign up for the summer holidays if they so choose.

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