|Disney Cinemagic is the premium subscription movie service, available through Sky, Smallworld Cable, TalkTalk TV, BT Vision, UPC Ireland and Virgin Media. The channel first appeared on 16 March 2006, airing previews, preparing for the official launch that took place at 17:00 on 19 March 2006.The channel replaced the British version of Toon Disney. A one hour timeshift service called Disney Cinemagic +1 is available on Sky, Smallworld Cable and UPC Ireland. Despite the name, Disney Cinemagic has no formal connection with the CineMagic children's film festival based in Belfast, UK.Disney Cinemagic shows premieres of Disney movies on Sundays and includes regular screenings of Disney movies, typically three to four each day. Disney Cinemagic also shows the archives of classic Disney Cartoons, newer Disney Cartoons and shorts as well as animated television series such as Lilo & Stitch: The Series, The Emperor's New School, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan, Recess and Kim Possible.From launch, up to November 2007, Disney Cinemagic would show channel branding where a character from a film would blend with reality. There were also Bumpers for what programme or film was about to start now and later. After Disney Cinemagic ceased these, they would instead mention what was next in their schedule during the end credits of their current programming.