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September 12th to September 18th


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Mon 12 Sep00:50Goodbye Columbus1969. Comedy. Directed by Larry Peerce. Stars Richard Benjamin, Ali MacGraw, Jack Klugman. Bronx librarian Neil and pampered princess Brenda try to cross class lines despite her parents' opposition.
Mon 12 Sep02:55Tickle Me1965. Musical. Director: Norman Taurog. Stars Elvis Presley, Julia Adams & Jocelyn Lane. A rodeo star travels to a new town and falls in love, later discovering she is being threatened by a gang. [S]
Mon 12 Sep04:45Echo Of Diana1963. Joan is distraught at the death of her husband in a plane crash but all is not what it seems. Stars: Vincent Ball & Betty McDowall. [S]
Mon 12 Sep06:00Get Some In!Flight. 1975. Stars: Tony Selby, David Janson, Gerard Ryder. C Flight head to RAF Wareham for target practice and a first go in the air (S2, E01)
Mon 12 Sep06:30Woman On The Run1950. Drama. Directed by Norman Foster. Stars Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe & Robert Keith. An eyewitness to a murder is pursued by his wife, the police and the killer around San Francisco. [S]
Mon 12 Sep08:05Dreamboat1952. Comedy. Directed by Claude Binyon. Stars Ginger Rogers, Clifton Webb, Anne Francis & Jeffrey Hunter. A college professor career is threatened by his previous life as a movie star. [S]
Mon 12 Sep09:50Strange Woman1946. Drama. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Stars Hedy Lamarr, George Sanders & Louis Hayward. A beautiful, yet heartless woman, marries a rich man but also seduces his son and company foreman. [S]
Mon 12 Sep11:50Between the Tides 19581958. Directed by Ralph Keene. A fascinating and colourful study of the marine animal and plant life of the South-West coast of Britain, including a look at their habitat of sea rock and sand.
Mon 12 Sep12:15Web of Evidence1959. Thriller. Director: Jack Cardiff. Stars Van Johnson, Vera Miles, Bernard Lee & Jean Kent. A WW2 evacuee returns years later to England and finds his father in prison and framed for murder. [S]
Mon 12 Sep14:00RoomsWhat Are Neighbours For? 1977. Stars Ray Smith, Vicky Williams, Jenny Twigge, Ian Redford. Jim has a visit from Nina and its bad news. Meanwhile, Carols hairdressing business seems to be starting.
Mon 12 Sep14:30Rooms10 Pence. 1977. written by Paula Milne. Stars Anne Dyson , Ray Smith, Elizabeth Cassidy. A Day of new beginings and confessions for dear Jim and our new resident finds a roommate.
Mon 12 Sep15:00The Ship That Died of Shame(AKA PT Raiders) 1955. Thriller. Director Basil Dearden. Stars Richard Attenborough, George Baker and Bill Owen. A trio of ex-servicemen begin smuggling black market items into post-war Britain. [S]
Mon 12 Sep17:00The Footage DetectivesLet's pull ourselves a pint as we look at the history of The Pub! With advice from Bernard Cribbins and Michael Caine on beer, an old fashioned 'works day out' and why your pub needs a Juke Box! [S]
Mon 12 Sep18:00The Browning Version1951. Drama. Directed by Anthony Asquith. Stars Michael Redgrave. Public schoolmaster Crocker-Harris has become a bitter, disillusioned man, stuck in a loveless marriage. [S]
Mon 12 Sep19:50Look At Life...Why All The Rush. 1961. A look into why August Bank Holiday is traditionally the date around which most Britons fix their holidays. Those who think they will get away from it all are in for a shock
Mon 12 Sep20:00Gideon's WayThe Reluctant Witness. Stars John Gregson, Alexander Davion and Daphne Anderson. Some neighborhood thugs who run a stolen car ring beat a man to death. A timid shop girl is the only witness. [S]
Mon 12 Sep21:00Rita, Sue and Bob Too1986. Comedy. Directed by Alan Clarke. Stars Siobhan Finneran, Michelle Holmes, George Costigan & Lesley Sharp. Two teen babysitters become involved in an affair with their married employer. [S]
Mon 12 Sep22:45Look At Life1963. A Look into an examination of the education system, not only in Britain, but also in the Commonwealth.
Mon 12 Sep23:00Secret ArmyLisa - Codename Yvette. 1977. Stars Bernard Hepton, Angela Richards & Jan Francis. The story of a fictional Belgian resistance group during WWII helping allied airmen return home to Great Britain. [S]
Tue 13 Sep00:05Child's Play (1972)1973. Drama. Director: Sidney Lumet. Stars: Beau Bridges, James Mason & Robert Preston. At an exclusive boys' school, a new gym teacher is drawn into a feud between two older instructors. [S]
Tue 13 Sep02:05The Party's Over1965. Drama. Directed by Guy Hamilton. A controversial film of its time. A young American girl is caught up in the wild London scene. Starring Oliver Reed.
Tue 13 Sep03:55Dick Powell TheatreOpen Season. Starring Dorothy Malone & Dennis O'Keefe. Devery Shay is anxious to prevent his wife from getting a divorce and testifying against him for his crooked ways.
Tue 13 Sep04:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreThe Man Who Was Nobody. 1960. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Stars Hazel Court, John Crawford, Lisa Daniely, Jack Watson & Paul Eddington. Two men search for a young tearaway who has vanished
Tue 13 Sep06:00The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder1971. Man With A Strange Tattoo. Stars Hugh Burden, Willoughby Goddard & Gillian Lewis. An intruder is shot and killed by Lady Rothbard, a member of a distinguished family from India.
Tue 13 Sep07:00The Black Book1949. Thriller. Directed by Anthony Mann. Stars Robert Cummings, Richard Basehart & Richard Hart. A powerful man desperately searches for his black book, a list of those marked for the guillotine. [S]
Tue 13 Sep08:50Look At Life A Hundred Thousand Oarsmen. 1966. A Look into the fascinating sport of rowing.
Tue 13 Sep09:00Stagecoach WestThe Renegades. Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray run a stagecoach line in the Old West, where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. [S]
Tue 13 Sep10:00I Met a Murderer1939. Thriller. Director by Roy Kellino. Stars James Mason, Pamela Mason & Esma Cannon. A young woman meets a murderer on the run but conceals her suspicions to use the story for a book. [S]
Tue 13 Sep11:35Perfect Understanding1933. Romantic Comedy. Directed by Cyril Gardner. Stars Gloria Swanson, Laurence Olivier & John Halliday. A couple's marriage is put to the test when they both flaunt their extra-marital antics. [S]
Tue 13 Sep13:15Private Information1952. Drama starring Jill Esmond, Jack Watling, Carol Marsh and Gerard Heinz. Charlotte suspects that the council is corrupt and building defective drains that could cause public health issues. [S]
Tue 13 Sep14:30Sherlock HolmesThe Case of Harry Crocker. 1954. Starring: Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford & Archie Duncan. Escape artist Harry Crocker turns to Sherlock Holmes when he is accused of strangling a girl. [S]
Tue 13 Sep15:00Silent Enemy1957. Action. Directed by William Fairchild. Stars Laurence Harvey, Dawn Addams & Michael Craig. During WWII, the British must prevent the Italian Navy from attaching mines to their warships.
Tue 13 Sep17:10Nightmail II1986. Director: Bob Franklin. Marking the 50th anniversary of John Grierson's seminal film Nightmail, Blake Morrison's poetry traces the methods of distributing Britain's mail, by land air and sea.
Tue 13 Sep17:40Frozen North1922. Comedy Short. Directed by Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton. Buster Keaton stars as a clumsy villain in this parody of early Western films. Also featuring Joe Roberts & Sybil Seely.
Tue 13 Sep18:00Scotland Yard1954. The Silent Witness. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Stars Molly Weir, Ivan Craig & Kenneth Henry. The case of the self-confessed killer who almost escaped the full weight of the law. (S1, E9)
Tue 13 Sep18:35Night Was Our Friend1951. Crime Drama. Missing for two years, Martin (Michael Gough) returns home to his wife who is now with another man. Starring Elizabeth Sellars & Michael Gough. [S]
Tue 13 Sep19:50Look At Life1966. A Look into how police dogs and guide dogs for the blind are trained as well as some of the jobs horses still do.
Tue 13 Sep20:00MaigretThe Countess. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Helen Shingler & William Franklyn. Maigret returns to the village where he was born and becomes convinced he witnessed the Countess of Fiacre's murder. [S]
Tue 13 Sep21:05Van der ValkThe Little Rascals. Stars Barry Foster, Meg Davies & Ronald Hines. The murder of a hippy, who achieved a cult following in Amsterdam with his comedy act, triggers a chain of events.
Tue 13 Sep23:15Public Eye1973. Mystery Drama. A Family Affair. Stars Alfred Burke, Ralph Michael & Norman Henry. Marker is hired to find out if a woman put pressure on her deceased employer to leave her his entire wealth.
Wed 14 Sep00:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThis week Caroline Munro presents an interesting selection of films. The first of tonight's offerings is the 1963 horror Diary of a Madman, starring club regular Vincent Price. [S]
Wed 14 Sep00:20Diary of a Madman1963. Horror. Directed by Reginald Le Borg. Stars Vincent Price, Nancy Kovack & Chris Warfield. A magistrate inadvertently becomes the host of an evil spirit after visiting a man on death row. [S]
Wed 14 Sep02:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro introduces the second film of the night, Die Monster Die! This 1965 science fiction horror directed by Daniel Haller, stars Boris Karloff. [S]
Wed 14 Sep02:20Die Monster Die!1965. Horror. Directed by Daniel Haller. Stars Boris Karloff, Nick Adams & Freda Jackson. A young man uncovers a bizarre sequence of occurrences while visiting his fiancée’s family estate. [S]
Wed 14 Sep04:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCurse of the Faceless Man is the final offering of the night. Caroline introduces the 1958 science fiction horror about a roman gladiator, buried centuries ago in Pompeii, returning to life. [S]
Wed 14 Sep04:05Curse of the Faceless Man1958. Horror. Directed by Edward L. Cahn. Stars Richard Anderson, Elaine Edwards & Adele Mara. An unexplained number of deaths occur after a man of stone is uncovered, could he be alive again? [S]
Wed 14 Sep05:30Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro introduces next week's films before closing the doors of The Cellar Club for the night. [S]
Wed 14 Sep05:35Air Enterprises: The Flying Boats - GlimpsesGlimpses: An Insightful 1930s documentary on the history of Empire Air Services and the flying Boat situated at Croydon Airfield. 32 of these great flying boats were ordered to service the Empire.
Wed 14 Sep06:00Shadow of A Man1954. Crime drama. Director: Michael McCarthy. A town drunk is found dead and the police suspect murder. Starring Paul Carpenter. [S]
Wed 14 Sep07:25Stop Press Girl1949. Comedy. Director by Michael Barry. Stars Sally Ann Howes, Gordon Jackson, James Robertson Justice & Kenneth More. A young girl possesses the power of stopping all types of machinery. [S]
Wed 14 Sep09:00Love and WarThe story of a love that never died; Margaret, the daughter of the Mayor of Faversham and Dennis, a GI stationed in Britain got married in 1945 but divorced 11 years later. Now, they've remarried. [S]
Wed 14 Sep09:30Life With Father1947. Comedy. Director: Michael Curtiz. Stars William Powell, Irene Dunne & Elizabeth Taylor. In 1880's New York, a financier tries to be master of his house, but his wife has beat him to it. [S]
Wed 14 Sep11:45All That Mighty Heart 19631963. Directed by Neilson Baxter. A short film focusing on London's transport during different times of the day and the tunnelling of the new tube line from Victoria and Walthamstow.
Wed 14 Sep12:15Young and Innocent1937. Drama. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Stars Nova Pilbeam, Derrick De Marney & Percy Marmont. A man on the run from a murder charge asks a woman for help and to put herself at risk for him. [S]
Wed 14 Sep14:00Upstairs DownstairsI Dies from Love. 1971. Stars Gordon Jackson, David Langton & Jean Marsh. The servants have an outing planned for them by Lady Marjorie and downstairs Emily and the next door footman strike up romance
Wed 14 Sep15:00Saddle Up!James Stephens is back for another edition of Saddle Up! First up is the 1952 feature California Conquest, starring Cornel Wilde and Teresa Wright. [S]
Wed 14 Sep15:05California Conquest1952. Western. Directed by Lew Landers. Stars Cornel Wilde, Teresa Wright & Lisa Ferraday. In the 1840s, a Spanish adventurer and a gunsmith's daughter oppose a Russian plot to occupy California. [S]
Wed 14 Sep16:40Saddle Up!Next up, James Stephens introduces Last of the Redmen. Directed by the exceptional George Sherman, this 1947 feature is a loose retelling of The Last of the Mohicans. [S]
Wed 14 Sep16:45Last of The Redmen1947. Western. Director: George Sherman. Stars Jon Hall, Michael O'Shea & Evelyn Ankers. Major Heyward escorts three children through dangerous territory. A retelling of The Last of the Mohicans. [S]
Wed 14 Sep18:20Saddle Up!It's time for James Stephens to saddle up and take himself up country for a while, but not before a little musical treat to say farewell. [S]
Wed 14 Sep18:25A Day Of One's Own 19561956. Directed by Kenneth Fairbairn. A short film about various housewives around the country taking a day off from their traditional domestic chores.
Wed 14 Sep18:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreThe Main Chance. 1964. Directed by John Knight. Stars Grégoire Aslan, Tracy Reed & Edward de Souza. A disgraced ex-RAF pilot is enlisted into a smuggling scheme by a sophisticated smuggler.
Wed 14 Sep20:00The Onedin Line1971. Plain Sailing. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Brian Rawlinson. Anne Onedin must learn how to navigate when James and the crew become ill during the return voyage from Lisbon. [S]
Wed 14 Sep21:00The Happy Thieves1961. Crime. Director: George Marshall. Stars Rex Harrison, Rita Hayworth & Joseph Wiseman. The operation of a group of thieves starts to unravel after a famous painting slips through their hands. [S]
Wed 14 Sep22:45The ChampionsThe Final Countdown. 1969. Starring: Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo & William Gaunt. After 25 years in prison for war crimes Nazi Field Marshall von Splitz is released and evades observers. [S]
Wed 14 Sep23:45HazellHazell Gets the Boot. 1979. Stars: Nicholas Ball, Peter Bourke, Liz Crowther. Hazell finds himself in deep trouble when he is hired by a local villian.
Thu 15 Sep00:45CallanThat'll be The Day. Stars: Edward Woodward, Russell Hunter & Patrick Mower. With Callan captured by the Russians and facing interrogation, Hunter must decide whether it's worth making a trade for him
Thu 15 Sep01:45Darling Lili1970. Drama. Director: Blake Edwards. Stars: Julie Andrews, Rock Hudson & Lance Percival. Lili Smith is the singing sweetheart who the troops adore but is she really an enemy agent with a mission? [S]
Thu 15 Sep04:30Harmony Lane1954. Musical Comedy. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. A Musical featurette starring Max Bygraves, The Beverly Sisters and Dora Bryan. [S]
Thu 15 Sep05:00Target: The CorruptorsThe Middle Man. 1961. Stars Stephen McNally, Robert Harland & Harold J. Stone. Investigative reporters Paul Marino & Jack Flood investigate various cases of industrial corruption. (S1, E19)
Thu 15 Sep06:00Mr Reeder in Room 131938. Drama. Director Norman Lee. Stars Gibb McLaughlin, Sara Seegar & Peter Murray-Hill. A young man does jail time. When released, he finds his fiancee is about to marry the man he sought.
Thu 15 Sep07:35Isn't Life Wonderful1953. Comedy. Directed by Harold French. Stars Cecil Parker, Eileen Herlie & Donald Wolfit. A family gifts their embarrassing uncle a bicycle shop to manage in order to impress a visiting heiress. [S]
Thu 15 Sep09:15They Knew Mr Knight1946. Drama. Directed by Norman Walker. Stars Mervyn Johns, Nora Swinburne & Joan Greenwood. A man sentenced to 12 months in Lincoln jail, following a share scam, plunges his family into despair. [S]
Thu 15 Sep11:05Cinema Tax Must GoMade in 1958 we visit the ABC at Golders Green, The Ritz West Drayton, Ronald Shiner on set at Elstree Studios and we hear from Richard Todd, Tommy Steele, Jack Hawkins & Kenneth More about the tax.
Thu 15 Sep11:15Keys of The Kingdom1944. Drama. Directed by John M. Stahl. Stars Gregory Peck, Roddy McDowall & Sir Cedric Hardwicke. Oscar-nominated film telling the story a Catholic priest who goes to China as a missionary. [S]
Thu 15 Sep14:00HannayDouble Jeopardy. 1989. Stars Robert Powell, Cathryn Harrison & Nigel Le Vaillant. When Hannay is entrusted with a dozen diamonds, he little knows the danger and distress they will bring. (S2, E03)
Thu 15 Sep15:00Sammy Going South1963. Adventure. Directed by Alexander Mackendrick. Stars Edward G. Robinson, Fergus McClelland & Harry H. Corbett. A young boy travels across the desert alone to find his only relative. [S]
Thu 15 Sep17:20Dick Barton Special Agent1948. Action. Director: Alfred J. Goulding. Stars Don Stannard, George Ford & Jack Shaw. Agent Barton goes into hiding after an attempt on his life and uncovers a plot to pollute Britain's water. [S]
Thu 15 Sep18:45The PlankComedy. 1967. Directed by Eric Sykes. Stars Eric Sykes, Tommy Cooper & Jimmy Edwards. Two workmen fall victim to humorous mishaps as they transport a plank from a warehouse to a building site.
Thu 15 Sep19:50Discover Britain by Train1978. Directed by David C. Lochner. Narrated by Brian Redhead. A promotional short film detailing the benefits of rail travel in Britain.
Thu 15 Sep20:00The SaintTeresa. 1963. Stars Roger Moore, Lana Morris & Eric Pohlmann. Simon delves into an adventure during his trip to Mexico when he helps a young woman solve the mystery of her missing husband. [S]
Thu 15 Sep21:00JusticeBy Order of The Magistrates. 1971. Directed by Tony Wharmby. Stars Margaret Lockwood, Sylvia Barter & John Bryans. Three officials must decide which troubled parent two boys must stay with.
Thu 15 Sep22:00The Rivals of Sherlock HolmesThe Woman in The Big Hat. Stars: Elvi Hale, Ann Beach, Una Stubbs & Peter Bowles. When a customer falls dead in a tea shop, Lady Molly searches for the mystery woman who had been seated at his table.
Thu 15 Sep23:00WidowsSeries 2, Episode 3. 1985. Stars Ann Mitchell, Maureen O'Farrell, Fiona Hendley & Debby Bishop. Shirley grows close to Micky. The widows prepare to meet Harry. (S2, E03)
Fri 16 Sep00:00Enemy At The DoorThe Polish Affaire.1978. Stars: Alfred Burke, Bernard Horsfall & Emily Richard. Retired diplomat Sir James Prideaux resists Reinicke's efforts to make him divulge British government information. [S]
Fri 16 Sep01:00G.I. Blues1960. Musical Comedy. Directed by Norman Taurog. Stars Elvis Presley, Juliet Prowse and Robert Ivers. A soldier bets his friend that he can win the heart of an untouchable dancer. [S]
Fri 16 Sep03:05Meet The Navy1946. Comedy. Directed by Alfred Travers. Stars Lionel Murton, Margaret Hurst & John Pratt. From inside the Canadian Navy during WWII a troop of diverse performers gather to entertain their shipmates.
Fri 16 Sep04:40South Of Naples in 19641964. Narrated by Patricia Mortland a charming travelogue around Naples and 1960s Italy.
Fri 16 Sep05:00Amos Burke: Secret AgentTerror in a Tiny Town: Part 1. When Burke investigates the strange death of an atomic plant security officer, he finds a town in which the residents respond in robotic ways.
Fri 16 Sep06:00Farewell To Arms1932. Drama. Directed by Frank Borzage. Stars Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou & Mary Philips. An American ambulance driver and an English nurse fall in love in Italy during World War I. [S]
Fri 16 Sep07:45The Young Lovers1954. Romantic Drama. Directed by Anthony Asquith. Stars Odile Versois, David Knight & David Kossoff. A London US Embassy man falls in love with the daughter of an Iron Curtain minister. [S]
Fri 16 Sep09:45Beware of Pity1946. Drama. Director Maurice Elvey. Stars Lilli Palmer, Albert Lieven & Cedric Hardwicke. A young woman is romanced by a handsome young officer, but she discovers he is only doing it out of pity. [S]
Fri 16 Sep11:50Doctor In Love1960. Comedy. Directed by Ralph Thomas. Stars Leslie Phillips, Joan Sims & Fenella Fielding. Richard Hare's love life has as many ups and downs, as does his career. [S]
Fri 16 Sep13:50The Anniversary1967. Drama. Stars Bette Davis, Sheila Hancock & Jack Hedley. To celebrate her wedding anniversary and it seems the death of her husband, the entire family gathers and has to endure 'Mother'. [S]
Fri 16 Sep15:40New 'Light Orchestras'... In 1939 - Glimpses. 1939. Director: Horace Shepherd. Stars Leslie Jeffries, Reginald King & Eugene Pini. With the population of the wireless increasing, a new theme of entertainment is emerging...
Fri 16 Sep15:55Wanted For Murder1946. Drama. Directed by Lawrence Huntington. Stars Eric Portman, Dulcie Gray, Derek Farr & Roland Culver. The son of a Victorian hangman is driven insane by thoughts of his father's profession... [S]
Fri 16 Sep18:00The Day The Earth Caught Fire1961. Sci-Fi Drama. Director: Val Guest. Stars Janet Munro, Leo McKern, Edward Judd & Michael Goodliffe. U.S and Russia test atomic bombs at the same time, which alters the nutation of the Earth. [S]
Fri 16 Sep20:00The Outer LimitsDemon With A Glass Hand. 1964. Stars Robert Culp, Arlene Martel & Abraham Sofaer. Pursued by aliens, a man from the future escapes back in time, with the fate of humankind lying in his glass hand. [S]
Fri 16 Sep21:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroAnother evening of exciting horror awaits, as Caroline opens the doors to The Cellar Club. First up, is the 1968 feature Night of the Living Dead, the directorial debut from George A. Romero. [S]
Fri 16 Sep21:05Night Of The Living Dead1968. Horror. Directed by George A. Romero. Stars Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea & Karl Hardman. Seven people hide out in a farmhouse after flesh eating ghouls start ravaging the United States. [S]
Fri 16 Sep23:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro presents Happy Birthday To Me. This 1981 horror stars Melissa Sue Anderson as a teenage girl whose friends begin to mysteriously disappear. [S]
Fri 16 Sep23:05Happy Birthday To Me1981. Horror. Director: J. Lee Thompson. Stars Melissa Sue Anderson, Glenn Ford & Lawrence Dane. After surviving a deadly accident Virginia returns to school, but her friends start to go missing. [S]
Sat 17 Sep01:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroMurder mystery meets slasher with a hint of dark humour in the next horror, Out of the Dark. Caroline introduces the 1989 film directed by Michael Schroeder. [S]
Sat 17 Sep01:20Out Of The Dark1989. Horror. Directed by Michael Schroeder. Stars Cameron Dye, Lynn Danielson-Rosenthal & Karen Lorre. Young women who work for a phone hotline become targets of a depraved killer. [S]
Sat 17 Sep03:05Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThat's all for this evening! Caroline Munro rounds off the night with a taster of next week's films. [S]
Sat 17 Sep03:10Invasion of the Bee Girls1973. Sci-Fi Horror. Starring William Smith, Anitra Ford, Victoria Vetri. A cosmic force is turning earth girls into queen bees who 'love' their men to death.
Sat 17 Sep04:55The PlankComedy. 1967. Directed by Eric Sykes. Stars Eric Sykes, Tommy Cooper & Jimmy Edwards. Two workmen fall victim to humorous mishaps as they transport a plank from a warehouse to a building site.
Sat 17 Sep06:00False Colours1943. Western. Director: George Archainbaud. Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks (Andy Clyde, Jimmy Rogers) expose a scheme to replace a ranch heir with an impostor. [S]
Sat 17 Sep07:15Forces' Sweetheart1953. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers. Three goofy soldiers played by Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine and Freddie Frinton vie for the affections of the lovely Judy, the ENSA-tainer. [S]
Sat 17 Sep08:45Railways For Ever!11 August 1968 is a highly significant date in British railway history, marking the official end of regular mainline steam operation. As we see the last steam train crossing the Pennines.
Saturday Morning Pictures
Sat 17 Sep09:00William TellThe Elixir. 1958. Stars: Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard & Jennifer Jayne. A monastery is making a delicious brew, then donating the proceeds to founding a school for Swiss children. [S]
Sat 17 Sep09:30Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe... the Universe. The Death Mist. 1940. Stars: Buster Crabbe & Carol Hughes. As Emperor Ming's bomber's close in on Prince Barin's palace, Flash and Dale do battle with Ming's top agents. [S]
Sat 17 Sep09:55LionheartFamily. 1968. Director: Michael Forlong. Starring: James Forlong, Louise Rush, Ian Jessup, Irene Handl. A lion escapes from a circus but is rescued and protected by a young boy. [S]
Sat 17 Sep11:00Sir Francis DrakeThe Lost Colony of Virginia. 1961. Stars Terence Morgan, Jean Kent, Richard Warner. Drake pleads the case of the Virginia colony to Elizabeth against Daniel Peters. [S]
Sat 17 Sep11:30The Adventures of Robin HoodLadies of Sherwood. 1956. Stars Richard Greene, Victor Woolf & Archie Duncan. Is it the end for Arthur of Tetsbury having raised a shire levy can Robin him save him from an untimely demise. [S]
Sat 17 Sep12:00Mark of Zorro1940. Adventure. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Stars Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell & Basil Rathbone. A young Spanish aristocrat hides his identity in order to restore justice to 1820 California. [S]
Sat 17 Sep13:55Down To The Sea In Ships1949. Action. Director: Henry Hathaway. Stars Richard Widmark, Lionel Barrymore & Harry Davenport. A whaling ship captain takes his grandson on a whaling trip to learn life values while on board. [S]
Sat 17 Sep16:25Genevieve1953. Comedy. Director Henry Cornelius. Stars Kenneth More, Dinah Sheridan and Kay Kendall. Alan and Ambrose are not going to let friendship get in the way of winning the London to Brighton rally. [S]
Sat 17 Sep18:05The Woman In Question1950. Mystery. Directed by Anthony Asquith. Starring Dirk Bogarde and Jean Kent. Police interview the five principle suspects in the murder of Astra (Jean Kent), an enigmatic fortune teller.
Sat 17 Sep19:55Automatic Fare Collection and You in 1969...You in 1969. Directed by Bob Privett. A short instructional film showing the correct and incorrect ways of getting tickets and going through the automatic gates with and without luggage.
Sat 17 Sep20:00MaigretSeven Little Crosses. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Alfred Burke & James Maxwell. The young son of a murder suspect leads the police on a clever trail; is he purposely hindering or helping the case? [S]
Sat 17 Sep21:05The Seven-Ups1973. Action. Directed by Philip D'Antoni. Stars Roy Scheider, Tony Lo Bianco & Victor Arnold. A New York City cop on the hunt for his partners killer uncovers a plot to kidnap mobsters for money. [S]
Sat 17 Sep23:10Black Sunday1977. Thriller. Director: John Frankenheimer. Stars Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern & Bekim Fehmiu. A terror group try to blow up Goodyear blimp over the Super Bowl stadium with the US president present. [S]
Sun 18 Sep02:00PHASE IV1974. Science-fiction. Director: Saul Bass. Stars: Michael Murphy, Nigel Davenport & Lynne Frederick. Desert ants develop intelligence and wage war. Scientists and a girl attempt to destroy them. [S]
Sun 18 Sep03:40Man In The Attic1953. Thriller. Director: Hugo Fregonese. Stars Jack Palance, Constance Smith & Byron Palmer. A landlady suspects her new tenant is Jack the Ripper when a self-described pathologist moves in. [S]
Sun 18 Sep05:20Strange Harvest (1953)A sailor gives a lift to two men who steal his money and leave him for dead in a cornfield. As the combine harvester begins its work the two men have to move the body before it's discovered... [S]
Sun 18 Sep06:00Borderline (1950)1950. Drama. Directed by William A. Seiter. Stars: Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor & Raymond Burr. Two undercover agents are sent to Mexico to uncover a drug smuggling operation. [S]
Sun 18 Sep07:40Saddle Up!James Stephens is back for another edition of Saddle Up! First up is the 1952 feature California Conquest, starring Cornel Wilde and Teresa Wright. [S]
Sun 18 Sep07:45California Conquest1952. Western. Directed by Lew Landers. Stars Cornel Wilde, Teresa Wright & Lisa Ferraday. In the 1840s, a Spanish adventurer and a gunsmith's daughter oppose a Russian plot to occupy California. [S]
Sun 18 Sep09:20Saddle Up!Next up, James Stephens introduces Last of the Redmen. Directed by the exceptional George Sherman, this 1947 feature is a loose retelling of The Last of the Mohicans. [S]
Sun 18 Sep09:25Last of The Redmen1947. Western. Director: George Sherman. Stars Jon Hall, Michael O'Shea & Evelyn Ankers. Major Heyward escorts three children through dangerous territory. A retelling of The Last of the Mohicans. [S]
Sun 18 Sep11:00Saddle Up!It's time for James Stephens to saddle up and take himself up country for a while, but not before a little musical treat to say farewell. [S]
Sun 18 Sep11:05Theirs Is The Glory1946. War. Director: Brian Desmond Hurst. The story of the armies' heroic struggle to hold the vital Arnheim Bridge during World War II. Over 200 veterans took part, although no credits appear. [S]
Sun 18 Sep12:45Reel Stories: The ProjectionistsDocumentary. A film exploring the unseen work behind the cinema screen that projectionists undertake. A celebration of this unique profession at a time of great change.
Sun 18 Sep13:55Wherever She Goes1951. Drama. Directed by Michael Gordon. Stars Eileen Joyce, Suzanne Parrett & Muriel Steinbeck. An account of the early life of Eileen Joyce, the celebrated Australian pianist.
Sun 18 Sep15:35Woman in Green1945. Mystery. Director: Roy William Neill. Stars: Basil Rathbone and Henry Daniell. Sherlock Holmes investigates the mysterious murders of women, all of whom have their forefinger severed. [S]
Sun 18 Sep17:00The Footage DetectivesWho remembers Mr Pastry? We have found a wonderful short film of his. We explore the Cinema Tax, footage of 1950s kitchen hygiene tips and of course no episode could be without an unknown reel! [S]
Sun 18 Sep18:00The SaintThe Benevolent Burglary. 1963. Stars Roger Moore, John Barrie & Gary Cockrell. The Saint decides to teach a lesson to an arrogant millionaire whilst also attempting to bring two lovers together. [S]
Sun 18 Sep19:00She'll Have to Go1962. Comedy. Directed by Robert Asher. Stars Bob Monkhouse, Alfred Marks & Hattie Jacques. Two brother's scheme to gain the family fortune after their grandmother bestows it to their cousin.
Sun 18 Sep20:45A Desperate Case in 19581958. Directed by Kenneth Fairbairn. Starring Maurice Denham. A comical short film designed to tackle the increasing problem of stray luggage.
Sun 18 Sep21:00The Onedin LineOther Points of the Compass. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Jessica Benton. After a perilous voyage, James encounters more problems ashore and must find some cash quickly. [S]
Sun 18 Sep22:00The Winter's Guest1997. Drama. Directed by Alan Rickman. Stars Phyllida Law, Emma Thompson & Sheila Reid. In a small Scottish village, a recent widow gets an unexpected visit from her mother.

September 19th to September 25th


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TPTV Schedule September 19th to September 25th

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Mon 19 Sep00:10The Heritage Chart Show with Mike ReadA TOTP style TV Show for Heritage Artists based on the Heritage Chart which is voted on in over 80 countries. Songs you love from popular artists, live and on video with the odd interview.
Mon 19 Sep01:15Anywhere But Here1999. Drama. Directed by Wayne Wang. Stars Susan Sarandon, Natalie Portman & Eileen Ryan. A mother and daughter leave their small town to try and find success in Beverly Hills. [S]
Mon 19 Sep03:35Blood On The Sun1945. Thriller directed by Frank Lloyd and starring James Cagney and Sylvia Sidney. A dedicated American reporter in 1930s Japan is determined to expose the government's plan for world domination. [S]
Mon 19 Sep05:30Twice Two1933. Comedy. Starring: Laurel & Hardy, Baldwin Cooke & Charlie Hall. Stan and Ollie are married to each other's sisters and plan a dinner party to celebrate their mutual anniversaries. [S]
Mon 19 Sep06:00Get Some In!Coke. 1976. Stars: Tony Selby, David Janson, Gerard Ryder. Severe Weather and a fuel shortage have brought about rationing (S2, E02)
Mon 19 Sep06:30Reel Stories: The ProjectionistsDocumentary. A film exploring the unseen work behind the cinema screen that projectionists undertake. A celebration of this unique profession at a time of great change.
Mon 19 Sep07:40Woman Hater1948. Romantic Comedy. Directed by Terence Young. Stars Stewart Granger, Ronald Squire, Dandy Nichols & Irene Handl. Lord Datchett tries to lure a French film star into an experimental romance. [S]
Mon 19 Sep09:45Dragonwyck1946. Drama. Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Starring: Gene Tierney, Walter Huston & Vincent Price. A girl is recruited by a distant relative, to be governess to his daughter in his mansion. [S]
Mon 19 Sep11:50Look At Life1961. A look into the world of pets and with a special glimpse at budgerigars.
Mon 19 Sep12:00Fantastic Voyage1966. Action Adventure. Directed by Richard Fleischer. Stars Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch & Edmond O'Brien. A surgical team is shrunken down and injected into a dying scientist to save his life. [S]
Mon 19 Sep14:00RoomsFirst Dates. 1977. Written by Leslie Duxbury. Stars Anne Dyson, Ray Smith, Priscilla Morgan, William Marlowe, Denis Carey, Michael Lees. Mrs Beale is all dressed up and anxiously awaiting someone.
Mon 19 Sep14:30RoomsDoors That Shut. 1977. Stars Anne Dyson, Ray Smith, Priscilla Morgan, William Marlowe, Denis Carey, Michael Lees. Mrs Beale gets her way & her friend Sam seems to want to take over the Passmores room.
Mon 19 Sep15:00The Woman In Question1950. Mystery. Directed by Anthony Asquith. Starring Dirk Bogarde and Jean Kent. Police interview the five principle suspects in the murder of Astra (Jean Kent), an enigmatic fortune teller. [S]
Mon 19 Sep16:50Discover Britain by Train1978. Directed by David C. Lochner. Narrated by Brian Redhead. A promotional short film detailing the benefits of rail travel in Britain.
Mon 19 Sep17:00The Footage DetectivesWe celebrate the bobbies on the beat and their dogs, we look at the ambulance service over the years, watch a reel of trams, there's a trip to the seaside and, of course, a dose of nostalgia! [S]
Mon 19 Sep18:00Rogue's Yarn1956. Crime drama directed by Vernon Sewell. A husband plots to kill his rich wife. Does he have the perfect alibi? Starring Derek Bond and Hugh Latimer. [S]
Mon 19 Sep19:35The Coach Travellers in 19651965. Directed by Brigit Barry. A short promotional film about travel by coach, with a cross section of passengers who explain why they prefer coaches to other methods of travel.
Mon 19 Sep20:00Gideon's WayThe Rhyme and the Reason. Stars John Gregson, Alexander Davion and Daphne Anderson. A young man is accused of murdering his unfaithful girlfriend. [S]
Mon 19 Sep21:00Eyewitness (1981)1981. Mystery. Director: Peter Yates. Stars William Hurt, Sigourney Weaver & Christopher Plummer. A cleaner who claims he witnessed a murder becomes involved with the reporter covering the story. [S]
Mon 19 Sep23:00Secret ArmySergeant on the Run. 1977. Stars Bernard Hepton, Jan Francis & Clifford Rose. A group of escapees are caught and shot, but one survives, and he would rather die than talk. [S]
Tue 20 Sep00:05The Amazing Howard Hughes1977. Drama. Directed by William A. Graham. Stars Tommy Lee Jones, Ed Flanders & James Hampton. The conclusion to the story of Howard Hughes, a man of mystery with huge successes in life. [S]
Tue 20 Sep02:40PHASE IV1974. Science-fiction. Director: Saul Bass. Stars: Michael Murphy, Nigel Davenport & Lynne Frederick. Desert ants develop intelligence and wage war. Scientists and a girl attempt to destroy them. [S]
Tue 20 Sep04:20Honey West1965. The Owl and The Eye. Classic crime series produced by Aaron Spelling and starring Anne Francis. Honey must steal a jade carving from a museum.
Tue 20 Sep04:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatrePartners in Crime. 1960. Directed By Peter Duffell. Stars Bernard Lee, Moira Redmond & John Van Eyssen. A Wealthy company director has been found dead and his safe cracked, but not emptied.
Tue 20 Sep06:00The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder1971. The Shadow Man. Stars Hugh Burden, Willoughby Goddard, Mona Bruce. Hallaty, Manager of a Bank has vanished, and a quarter of a million has disappeared from the Vault.
Tue 20 Sep07:00Topper Returns1941. Mystery. Directed by Roy Del Ruth. Stars Joan Blondell, Roland Young & Carole Landis. A young woman returns as a ghost after being murdered and seeks help from Topper to find the killer. [S]
Tue 20 Sep08:50Look At Life1960. A look at the sentries at Buckingham Palace and how they still remain efficient soldiers.
Tue 20 Sep09:00Stagecoach WestThe Marker. Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray run a stagecoach line in the Old West, where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. [S]
Tue 20 Sep10:00Freedom To Die1961. Directed by Francis Searle Stars Bruce Seton, Felicity Young, Kay Callard & Paul Maxwell. Neat Crime drama of a hidden underworld where crime really doesn't pay. [S]
Tue 20 Sep11:15Cause For Alarm!1951. Drama. Director: Tay Garnett. Stars Loretta Young, Barry Sullivan & Bruce Cowling. An unwell man accuses his wife and doctor of plotting to kill him, causing trouble after his sudden death. [S]
Tue 20 Sep12:45Web of Evidence1959. Thriller. Director: Jack Cardiff. Stars Van Johnson, Vera Miles, Bernard Lee & Jean Kent. A WW2 evacuee returns years later to England and finds his father in prison and framed for murder. [S]
Tue 20 Sep14:30Sherlock HolmesThe Mother Hubbard Case. 1954. Starring: Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford & Archie Duncan. Sherlock Holmes tracks down a murderer who lures victims to empty houses, where they are killed. [S]
Tue 20 Sep15:00Cast a Dark Shadow1955. Thriller. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Starring Dirk Bogarde, Margaret Lockwood, Kay Walsh & Kathleen Harrison. A clever fortune-hunter with a penchant for murder kills his elderly, rich wife. [S]
Tue 20 Sep16:45Bank Raiders1958. Crime. Director Maxwell Munden. Stars Peter Reynolds, Sandra Dorne. The driver of a successful bank robbery ignores advice to lay low, setting off a dangerous chain of events. [S]
Tue 20 Sep18:00Scotland Yard1954. Passenger to Tokyo. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Kenneth Henry, Ken Marshall & Peter Penn. An unusual operation helps track down the killer of a wealthy woman sent to Tokyo in a trunk. (S1, E10)
Tue 20 Sep18:35Bombay Waterfront1952. Directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley, Patricia Dainton and Peter Gawthorne. Follows Temple's efforts to aid the police in solving a series of gruesome murders. [S]
Tue 20 Sep20:00MaigretThe Wedding Guest. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, John Slater & Philip Latham. A story told in the death cell takes Maigret to a mock wedding where he gains a clue to solving an old murder. [S]
Tue 20 Sep21:05Van der ValkThe Ties That Bind. Stars Barry Foster, Meg Davies & Ronald Hines. A former judge is shot dead and Van der Valk is brought in to solve the case.
Tue 20 Sep23:15Public Eye1973. Detective & Mystery Drama. The Golden Boy. Stars Alfred Burke, Alan Webb & Richard Hurndall. Marker investigates why a man who had everything gave it all up and disappeared.
Wed 21 Sep00:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro presents the first of tonight's showings - House of the Long Shadows. This 1983 horror stars a trio of horror legends: Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. [S]
Wed 21 Sep00:20House of the Long Shadows1983. Horror. Director: Pete Walker. Stars Vincent Price, Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing. A desperate writer finds a dilapidated manor perfect for writing until the residents host an odd reunion. [S]
Wed 21 Sep02:30Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThe horror continues with the next offering of the night. Caroline Munro presents the 1977 film Kingdom of the Spiders, starring William Shatner and Tiffany Bolling. [S]
Wed 21 Sep02:35Kingdom of the Spiders1977. Horror. Directed by John Cardos. Stars William Shatner, Tiffany Bolling & Woody Strode. In Arizona, countless killer spiders invade a small town, killing every living thing in their path. [S]
Wed 21 Sep04:25Mutiny1952. Starring Mark Stevens & Angela Lansbury. During the war of 1812, the U.S. arranges to borrow gold from France. A young Captain must navigate through the British blockade. [S]
Wed 21 Sep06:00The Jitterbugs1943. Comedy. Director: Malcolm St. Clair. Stars: Laurel & Hardy and Vivian Blaine. The boys team up with a likeable con man to help a pretty singer's mother who has been taken in by swindlers. [S]
Wed 21 Sep07:30The London Scene1951. Made as a promotional film to entice tourists to all London had to offer in the 50s. Including Battersea Pleasure Gardens and BBC Centre. Originally on 9.5mm from the Wallace Heaton ltd.
Wed 21 Sep07:45Once In a New Moon1935. SCi-Fi. Stars Eliot Makeham, Rene Ray & Derrick de Marney. A small town gets dragged out into space and the populace try to organise a local government based on equal rights for all. [S]
Wed 21 Sep09:00Love and WarJohn Holloway, a boy soldier in WWII and the war against communists, returned home as a changed man. But it didn't change his love for Joan, we look at the story of John's 60 year marriage. [S]
Wed 21 Sep09:30Wings of the Morning1937. Romantic Drama. Directed by Harold Schuster. Stars Annabella, Henry Fonda & Leslie Banks. The dramatic story of a marriage between an Irish nobleman and a Spanish gypsy. [S]
Wed 21 Sep11:20A Bell For Adano1945. War. Directed by Henry King. Stars Gene Tierney, John Hodiak, William Bendix, & Richard Conte. A major and his men attempt to restore law and order in the war-torn Italian town of Adano. [S]
Wed 21 Sep13:25Scales of Justice1965. Personal and Confidential. Stars Edgar Lustgarten & Ellen McIntosh. Police investigating a suspicious death find a file marked 'Top Secret' in the victim's briefcase. (S1, E7)
Wed 21 Sep14:00Upstairs DownstairsWhy Is Her Door Locked? 1971. Stars Gordon Jackson, David Langton & Jean Marsh. Many months after Emily's death, a grief ridden Mrs Bridges acts out character.
Wed 21 Sep15:00The Sea Shall Not Have Them1954. War. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Stars Michael Redgrave, Dirk Bogarde & Bonar Colleano. In 1944, passengers of a downed aircraft discuss their lives while awaiting rescue from the North Sea. [S]
Wed 21 Sep16:50In The Can1961. A charming short film about canned foods, and the processes behind the scenes.
Wed 21 Sep17:05Train of Events1949. Drama. Directed by Sidney Cole, Charles Crichton and Basil Dearden. Starring Jack Warner, Susan Shaw and Gladys Henson. A train disaster is told as four short stories. [S]
Wed 21 Sep18:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreGame for Three Losers. 1965. Directed by Gerry O'Hara. Stars Michael Gough, Mark Eden & Toby Robins. Happily married, Hilary still lets his desire for his new secretary get the better of him.
Wed 21 Sep20:00The Onedin LineOther Points of the Compass. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Jessica Benton. After a perilous voyage, James encounters more problems ashore and must find some cash quickly. [S]
Wed 21 Sep21:00Magic1978. Thriller. Directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Anthony Hopkins. A magician's assistant falls prey to the power of his own act. [S]
Wed 21 Sep23:10The ChampionsThe Gun Runners. 1969. Starring: Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo & William Gaunt & David Lodge. The agents must bring a gunrunner to justice. [S]
Thu 22 Sep00:10HazellHazell Gets the Bird. 1979. Stars: Nicholas Ball, Michael Angelis, Gyearbuor Asante. Hazell is hired by a gorgeous woman after her shop is vandalised.
Thu 22 Sep01:10CallanCall Me Sir. Stars: Edward Woodward, Russell Hunter & Patrick Mower. Upon Callan's return, dire circumstances force him to accept a new position within the section.
Thu 22 Sep02:10HIT!1973. Action. Director: Sidney J Furie. Stars Billy Dee Williams, Richard Pryor, Paul Hampton & Gwen Welles. A federal agent tries to destroy a drug ring after his daughter dies from an overdose. [S]
Thu 22 Sep05:00Target: The CorruptorsViva Vegas. 1961. Stars Stephen McNally, Robert Harland & Harold J. Stone. Investigative reporters Paul Marino & Jack Flood investigate various cases of industrial corruption. (S1, E20)
Thu 22 Sep06:00Block-Heads1938. Comedy. Director: John G Blystone. Stars Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson & Patricia Ellis. Unaware that the Great War has ended, Stan remains at his post for 20 years. [S]
Thu 22 Sep07:10Secret People1952. Crime Drama. Director Thorold Dickinson. Stars Valentina Cortese, Audrey Hepburn, Serge Reggiani & Charles Goldner. Two sisters get tangled up in deceit, espionage and murder. [S]
Thu 22 Sep09:00The Gilded Cage1955. Directed by John Gilling and starring Alex Nicol. Two brothers are embroiled in a racket to smuggle a valuable painting. When a murder is committed they must try and clear their names. [S]
Thu 22 Sep10:30One Way Pendulum1965. Drama. Director: Peter Yates. Stars Eric Sykes, George Cole & Julia Foster. In between creating odd inventions, an eccentric family decide to re-enact a murder, setting a trial into motion. [S]
Thu 22 Sep12:10Sailing Along1938. Musical. Director: Sonnie Hale. Stars: Jessie Matthews, Barry MacKay & Alastair Sim. A barge-owner's adopted daughter falls in love with his son & has to choose between him and stardom. [S]
Thu 22 Sep14:00HannayThe Good Samaritan. 1989. Stars Robert Powell, Sharon Maughan & Marc Zuber. The pleasures of travelling on the Trans Europe Express from Venice are often relished! But not for Hannay... (S2, E04)
Thu 22 Sep15:00Watch Out1953. Family. Directed by Don Chaffey. Stars Peter Butterworth, Humphrey Kent & Harry Lane. Dickie Duffle finds himself in trouble whilst touring a film studio. [S]
Thu 22 Sep15:25Wherever She Goes1951. Drama. Directed by Michael Gordon. Stars Suzanne Parrett, Muriel Steinbeck & Nigel Lovell. An account of the early life of Eileen Joyce, the celebrated Australian pianist. [S]
Thu 22 Sep17:05Dalekmania1995. Documentary. Director: Kevin Davies. Stars Roberta Tovey, Marcus Hearn & Terry Nation. A nostalgic look at the 1960's Dalek films via archive material and interviews with the cast and crew. [S]
Thu 22 Sep18:20Daleks - Invasion Earth 21501966. Sci-fi. Directed by Gordon Flemyng. Stars Peter Cushing, Bernard Cribbins & Ray Brooks. Dr Who and his friends travel into the future to find the Daleks' have taken over, can they stop them? [S]
Thu 22 Sep20:00The SaintThe Elusive Ellshaw. 1963. Stars Roger Moore, Angela Browne & Richard Vernon. Can Simon uncover the link between a murdered cashier and the attempted killing of her former employer? [S]
Thu 22 Sep21:00JusticeWitnesses Cost Extra. 1971. Directed by John Batt. Stars Margaret Lockwood, George A. Cooper & John Dearth. A defence lawyer helps suspects to buy witnesses to get them off. Can Harriet stop them?
Thu 22 Sep22:00The Rivals of Sherlock HolmesThe Affair of The Tortoise. Stars: Peter Barkworth, Cyd Hayman, Esmond Knight. To solve the murder of an official from Haiti, PI Martin Hewitt has several pieces of evidence to consider.
Thu 22 Sep23:00WidowsSeries 2, Episode 4. 1985. Stars Ann Mitchell, Maureen O'Farrell, Fiona Hendley & Debby Bishop. Micky takes Shirley on a date to a party at Arnie Fisher's club. (S2, E04)
Fri 23 Sep00:00Enemy At The DoorOfficers of The Law.1978. Stars: Alfred Burke, Bernard Horsfall & Emily Richard. Kluge is anxious to clamp down on the island's black-market activities and enlists the reluctant aid of police. [S]
Fri 23 Sep01:00The Last Hard Men1976. Western. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Stars James Coburn, Barbara Hershey & Charlton Heston. A retired sheriff must hunt down an escaped convict who is determined to kill him. [S]
Fri 23 Sep03:00Finders Keepers1967. Musical Comedy. Directed by Sidney Hayers. Stars Cliff Richard, Brian Bennett & John Rostill. A U.S. plane accidentally drops a mini-bomb on a small Spanish town prepared for a concert. [S]
Fri 23 Sep04:45The Isle Of Wight In The 60sCharming and well-made travelogue of The Isle of Wight in the 60s. Great shots of holiday and island life, featuring Ventnor, Shanklin, West Wight and wait till you see the cars!
Fri 23 Sep05:00Amos Burke: Secret AgentTerror in a Tiny Town: Part 2. A mad right-wing judge who wants to take over the country, airs subliminal radio messages to control the minds of the locals.
Fri 23 Sep06:00Way Out West1937. Comedy. Director: James W Horne. Stars Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy & James Finlayson and Rosina Lawrence. A prospector enlists Stan and Ollie to deliver the deed to a goldmine. [S]
Fri 23 Sep07:15Welcome, Mr. Washington1944. Drama. Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott. Stars Barbara Mullen, Donald Stewart & Peggy Cummins. Two sisters are forced to lease their estate as an airbase to American forces during WW2.
Fri 23 Sep08:45Unpublished Story1942. War. Director: Harold French. Stars Richard Greene, Valerie Hobson & Basil Radford. A war correspondent during WW2 returns to London and becomes suspicious of a peace organisation. [S]
Fri 23 Sep10:20Love is a Many-Splendored Thing1955. Romantic drama. Director Henry King. Stars William Holden, Jennifer Jones & Torin Thatcher. A widowed Chinese-English doctor falls in love with a married American reporter in 1949 Hong Kong. [S]
Fri 23 Sep12:25Sussex FortnightMade in 1950. By bicycle with Raymond Glendenning to Arundel, Littlehampton and a horse show, ending with the Goodwood Cup.
Fri 23 Sep12:45Once A Sinner1950. Drama. A lowly bank clerk marries a good time girl but she two-times him for her old crooked boyfriend (Sydney Tafler). Starring Jack Watling, Pat Kirkwood and Thora Hird. [S]
Fri 23 Sep14:25Mrs. Pym of Scotland Yard1939. Detective Drama. Directed by Fred Elles. Starring Mary Clare, Edward Lexy & Nigel Patrick. A woman detective sets about solving the murder of people who have all frequented the same medium. [S]
Fri 23 Sep15:40Kind Hearts & Coronets1949. Comedy. Director Robert Hamer. Stars Alec Guinness, Dennis Price & Valerie Hobson. A poor relative of a wealthy Duke plots to inherit the title by murdering the heirs who stand ahead of him. [S]
Fri 23 Sep17:50The Hunters1958. War drama. Director Dick Powell. Stars Robert Mitchum, May Britt & Lee Philips. During the Korean War two American pilots become bitter enemies, but their feud takes a back seat in combat. [S]
Fri 23 Sep20:00The Outer LimitsCry of Silence. 1964. Stars Eddie Albert, June Havoc & Arthur Hunnicut. An innocent drive into the countryside turns into a nightmare when a couple become trapped in a remote canyon. [S]
Fri 23 Sep21:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro is back in The Cellar Club tonight! We begin with the ground-breaking Never Take Candy from a Stranger. This 1961 film directed by Cyril Frankel was ahead of its time when released. [S]
Fri 23 Sep21:05Never Take Candy From A Stranger1961. Horror. Directed by Cyril Frankel. Stars Gwen Watford, Patrick Allen & Felix Aylmer. A new family in a Canadian town discover their daughter has been a victim of a sexual predator. [S]
Fri 23 Sep22:45Cellar Club with Caroline MunroOur next film turns to the subgenre of 'man vs beast' with Nightwing. This 1979 feature, the only horror which Arthur Hill directed, stars David Warner and Nick Mancuso. [S]
Fri 23 Sep22:50Nightwing1979. Horror. Directed by Arthur Hiller. Stars David Warner, Nick Mancuso & Kathryn Harrold. The High Priest of the Masakai Tribe summons the end of the world, awakening a swarm of killer bats. [S]
Sat 24 Sep00:55Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro introduces the final horror of the night, Return of the Vampire. This 1943 feature stars one of the screen's first and best ever vampire performers - Bela Lugosi. [S]
Sat 24 Sep01:00Return of the Vampire1943. Horror. Directed by Lew Landers. Stars Bela Lugosi, Frieda Inescort & Nina Foch. During WWII, a Hungarian vampire rises from the dead after the stake in his heart is mistakenly removed. [S]
Sat 24 Sep02:20Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro previews another batch of thrilling films. Make sure you join her next week. [S]
Sat 24 Sep02:25Twins of Evil1971. Horror. Directed by John Hough. Stars Peter Cushing & Mary and Madeleine Collinson. Identical twins Frieda and Maria stay with their uncle, in the shadow of a Castle, where vampires dwell.
Sat 24 Sep04:10Bluebeard1944. Crime. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Stars John Carradine, Jean Parker & Nils Asther. A dressmaker falls in love with a puppeteer, but little does she know he's hiding a dark secret. [S]
Sat 24 Sep05:35Boarding House Blues - Glimpses1931. Stars Louise Fadenza, Iriving Bacon & Max Davidson. Anarchy reigns at Mrs Fitts' boarding house where the residents are just as eccentric as the staff.
Sat 24 Sep06:00Sabotage At Sea1943. Drama. Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott. Stars Jane Carr, Felix Aylme. The captain of a British cargo ship shanghais saboteurs, unaware that the daughter of the ship's owner is among them.
Sat 24 Sep07:15Behemoth The Seamonster1959. Sci-Fi. Atomic marine tests cause the resurrection of a dormant sea-monster who then threatens to destroy London. [S]
Sat 24 Sep08:45Diesel Train Ride in 19591959. Directed by James Ritchie. A wonderful train ride through the English countryside, as seen through the forward windows of a diesel coach.
Saturday Morning Pictures
Sat 24 Sep09:00William TellThe Suspect. 1958. Stars: Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard & Jennifer Jayne. Tell must prove a girl innocent of giving information to the Austrians about secret arms shipments. [S]
Sat 24 Sep09:30Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe... the Universe.Stark Treachery. 1940. Stars: Buster Crabbe & Carol Hughes. The conniving Ming has plans to make Dale his bride, but there will be no royal wedding if Flash can get there first! [S]
Sat 24 Sep09:55Rockets in the Dunes1960. Director William C. Hammond. Stars Gena Yates, Heather Lyons & Gordon Adam. A group of children attempt to prevent the War Office from closing their beach to make a rocket-launching site. [S]
Sat 24 Sep11:00Sir Francis DrakeQueen of Scots. 1961. Stars Terence Morgan, Jean Kent, Ewan Roberts. Elizabeth is worried about Mary, Queen of Scots. Walsingham decides it is time to get Mary out of the way. [S]
Sat 24 Sep11:30The Adventures of Robin HoodWill Scarlet. 1956. Stars Richard Greene, Victor Woolf & Archie Duncan. Garishly dressed William Winchester is at the inn Robin and Little John go to, swords are drawn as John insults Will. [S]
Sat 24 Sep12:00Go West1925. Comedy. Director: Buster Keaton. Stars Buster Keaton, Howard Truesdale & Kathleen Myers. A New Yorker tries his luck finding a job in the country and finds his way leading a herd of cattle.
Sat 24 Sep13:35Automatic Fare Collection and You in 1969...You in 1969. Directed by Bob Privett. A short instructional film showing the correct and incorrect ways of getting tickets and going through the automatic gates with and without luggage.
Sat 24 Sep13:45SOS Pacific1959. Drama. Directed by Guy Green. Starring Richard Attenborough, Pier Angeli & John Gregson. A flying boat fire forces its passengers, including a prisoner, to make a disastrous water landing. [S]
Sat 24 Sep15:30Rhubarb1969. Comedy. Directed by Eric Sykes. Stars Harry Secombe, Eric Sykes, Jimmy Edwards, Kenneth Connor & Hattie Jacques. Every trick of gamesmanship or blatant cheating occurs in a round of golf.
Sat 24 Sep16:15The Lost World1960. Fantasy Adventure. Director Irwin Allen. Stars Michael Rennie, Jill St. John & David Hedison. To prove that dinosaurs still exist, Professor Challenger takes a group to the Amazonian jungle. [S]
Sat 24 Sep18:15The Bold and the Brave1956. War Drama. Directed by Lewis R. Foster. Stars Wendell Corey, Mickey Rooney & Don Taylor. The story of three unique American soldiers coming together in the Italian campaign of 1944. [S]
Sat 24 Sep20:00MaigretThe Trap. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Sonia Dresdel & Jacqueline Hill. Maigret creates a trap to capture a serial killer who is targeting women in the streets of Montmartre. [S]
Sat 24 Sep21:05Summertime1955. Drama. Jane (Katharine Hepburn) finally makes her dream trip to Venice but has no one to share the beautiful city with, until... Directed by David Lean. [S]
Sat 24 Sep23:00The Offence1973. Crime Drama. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Stars Sean Connery, Trevor Howard & Vivien Merchant. A burnt out detective finally snaps when interrogating a suspected child molester. [S]
Sun 25 Sep01:10Black Sunday1977. Thriller. Director: John Frankenheimer. Stars Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern & Bekim Fehmiu. A terror group try to blow up Goodyear blimp over the Super Bowl stadium with the US president present. [S]
Sun 25 Sep04:00A Song For Europe1985. Drama. Director John Goldschmidt. Stars David Suchet, Maria Schneider & Reinhard Glemintz. Steven Dyer, an executive working for a drugs company, decides to report his employer. [S]
Sun 25 Sep06:00Second Best Bed1938. Comedy. Directed by Tom Walls. Stars Jane Baxter, Tom Walls, Veronica Rose & Carl Jaffe. A newly married couple run into difficulty when the wife refuses to obey her husband. [S]
Sun 25 Sep07:30Salute the Toff1952. Drama. Director: Maclean Rogers. Stars John Bentley and Carol Marsh. Based on the 1941 Novel. The sixth in the series featuring upper-class sleuth, Richard Rollison. [S]
Sun 25 Sep09:05Return to Yesterday1940. Drama. Directed by Robert Stevenson. Stars Clive Brook, Anna Lee & Dame May Whitty. The arrival of an established actor sparks a turn of events for a seaside theatrical company. [S]
Sun 25 Sep10:25The Farmer's Wife (1941)1941. Drama. Directed by: Leslie Arliss & Norman Lee. Stars: Basil Sydney, Wilfrid Lawson, Nora Swinburne. A widowed farmer decides to remarry, but everyone on his list rejects him. [S]
Sun 25 Sep12:05Driving The Train 19591959. A fascinating instructional film on driving diesel trains.
Sun 25 Sep12:25Snowbound1948. Mystery drama. Directed by David MacDonald and starring Dennis Price, Herbert Lom and Robert Newton. A group of people search for Nazi treasure hidden in the Alps. [S]
Sun 25 Sep14:05Androcles and the Lion1953. Drama. Starring Alan Young as Androcles, a Christian who lives in ancient Rome. Upon seeing a lion in severe pain, he manages to remove a massive thorn from the beast's paw. [S]
Sun 25 Sep16:00The London Nobody Knows1967. Documentary. Directed by Norman Cohen. Stars James Mason. In the spirit of adventure and discovery, this offbeat and exciting film exposes the surprising and intriguing London of the 60s. [S]
Sun 25 Sep17:00The Footage DetectivesThis week, there's a Last of the Summer Wine reunion special with Morris Bright, a look behind the scenes of a cinema in the 1940s, prefab houses, trolleybuses and who remembers Mavis Villiers? [S]
Sun 25 Sep18:00The SaintThe Wonderful War. 1964 Stars Roger Moore, Renee Houston & Noel Purcell. After the assassination of the monarch of Sayeda, Simon uses all resources to wage war after a corrupt usurper takes over. [S]
Sun 25 Sep19:00The Card1952. Comedy. Director: Ronald Neame. Stars Alec Guinness, Glynis Johns & Valerie Hobson. A man finds ways to raise through the ranks in business and social standing, some honest, some not. [S]
Sun 25 Sep20:50Look At Life1960. A look at the British Overseas Territory that has been a British Outpost since 1704, now taking a look at the island as it transforms into a holiday destination.
Sun 25 Sep21:00The Onedin LineThe High Price. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Edward Chapman. James finds difficulty building his fleet of ships and is in desperate need of a warehouse, but the price is high. [S]
Sun 25 Sep22:00Wish You Were Here1987. Drama. Directed by David Leland. Stars Emily Lloyd, Jesse Birdsall & Tom Bell. Coming of age story about a rebellious young girl growing up in post-war England in a small seaside town. [S]
Sun 25 Sep23:45The Heritage Chart Show with Mike ReadA TOTP style TV Show for Heritage Artists based on the Heritage Chart which is voted on in over 80 countries. Songs you love from popular artists, live and on video with the odd interview.

September 25th to October 2nd


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TPTV Schedule September 26th to October 2nd

DATETIMEPROGRAMMESYNOPSIS
DateTimeProgrammeSynopsis
Mon 26 Sep00:50French Connection II1975. Crime Drama. Director: John Frankenheimer. Stars Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey & Bernard Fresson. Narcotics detective Doyle travels to France to hunt the ringleader who eluded him in New York. [S]
Mon 26 Sep03:20This Was A Woman1949. Crime Drama. Directed by Tim Whelan. Stars Sonia Dresdel, Barbara White & Walter Fitzgerald. A wife who aims to gain power begins a game of manipulation, but will it end in destruction? [S]
Mon 26 Sep05:25Zane Grey: Rebel Range1959. Western. Stars Joan Crawford, Scott Forbes, Don Grady. A Union law allows homes vacated by confederates to be sold at auction. A woman comes back to claim her home regardless.
Mon 26 Sep06:00Get Some In!Ejected. 1976. Stars: Tony Selby, David Janson, Gerard Ryder. When Jakey learns his father will be ejected from his house, he takes matters into his own hands. (S2, E03)
Mon 26 Sep06:30Danny Boy1941. Drama. A successful singer in America returns to Britain during the Blitz to find her ex-husband and son have fallen on hard times. Starring David Farrar and Ann Todd. [S]
Mon 26 Sep08:05Blood of The Vampire1958. Horror. Directed by Henry Cass and starring Sir Donald Wolfit. In the late 19th Century, the anaemic Dr Callistratus is the governor of a brutal penal institution in a remote castle. [S]
Mon 26 Sep09:50Men In War1957. War. Director: Anthony Mann. Stars Robert Ryan, Robert Keith, Aldo Ray & Vic Morrow. During the Korean War, Lt. Benson and his troops find a colonel experiencing psychological combat trauma. [S]
Mon 26 Sep11:55Down to Sussex in 19641964. Directed by Kenneth Fairbairn. A charming travelogue of places and events in the South Downs and the Weald.
Mon 26 Sep12:15The Man In The Sky1957. Drama. Director: Charles Crichton. Stars Jack Hawkins, Elizabeth Sellars & Walter Fitzgerald. John Mitchell is on a flight fraught with disaster but Mitchell is determined to land the plane. [S]
Mon 26 Sep14:00RoomsForbidden Fruit. 1977. Written by John Kershaw. Stars Ray Smith, David Sibley, Jenny Twigge, Ian Redford, Cheryl Hall. Jim seems to be back on the right path and wants to help his son.
Mon 26 Sep14:30RoomsBroken. 1977. Written by Betty Paul. Stars Ray Smith, David Sibley, Jenny Twigge, Ian Redford, Cheryl Hall, Bruce White. Shirley and Carols business seems to be at a red light.
Mon 26 Sep15:00Summertime1955. Drama. Jane (Katharine Hepburn) finally makes her dream trip to Venice but has no one to share the beautiful city with, until... Directed by David Lean. [S]
Mon 26 Sep16:55Automatic Fare Collection and You in 1969...You in 1969. Directed by Bob Privett. A short instructional film showing the correct and incorrect ways of getting tickets and going through the automatic gates with and without luggage.
Mon 26 Sep17:00The Footage DetectivesIt's all about boiled roast beef and overcooked vegetables, dinner ladies, advice from Bernard Cribbins, greyhound racing in the 70s, a look at the history of street markets and much much more! [S]
Mon 26 Sep18:00Forbidden Cargo1954. Drama. Directed by Harold French. Starring: Jack Warner, Nigel Patrick, Elizabeth Sellars and Terence Morgan. Narcotics agent Michael Kenyon receives a tip about a drug smuggling operation. [S]
Mon 26 Sep19:45Look At Life1960. A look into the depths of Britain's only salt mine in Cheshire.
Mon 26 Sep20:00Gideon's WayThe Nightlifers. Stars Derek Fowlds, John Gregson, Alexander Davion and Daphne Anderson. A group of rich young people go from endless parties aboard a houseboat to violent crimes in the city. [S]
Mon 26 Sep21:00Next To No Time1958. Comedy. Stars Kenneth More, Betsy Drake, Irene Handl & Sid James. Whilst on the Queen Elizabeth to New York, David must close a deal before the boat docks. [S]
Mon 26 Sep23:00Secret ArmyRadishes With Butter. 1977. Stars Bernard Hepton, Christopher Neame & Angela Richards. Lieutenant Curtis brings money from England to help aid escape plans and befriends a Jewish family in hiding. [S]
Tue 27 Sep00:05The Boston Strangler1968. Drama. Director: Richard Fleischer. Stars Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda, George Kennedy & Sally Kellerman. When a string of women in Boston start turning up dead, the police launch an investigation.
Tue 27 Sep02:25Villa Rides1968. Director: Buzz Kulik. Stars Yul Brynner, Robert Mitchum & Maria Grazia Buccella. An American aviator must decide to aid Pancho Villa in the 1912 Mexican Revolution or face the firing squad. [S]
Tue 27 Sep04:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreClue Of the New Pin. 1960. Directed by Allan Davis. Stars Paul Daneman, Bernard Archard & James Villiers. A Vault door is locked with key inside next to a corpse. How was the door locked?
Tue 27 Sep06:00The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder1971. Death of an Angel. Directed By Peter Dugid. Stars Hugh Burden, Willoughby Goddard & Mona Bruce. An actress has been murdered but has a wrongful arrest taken place? Reeder investigates
Tue 27 Sep07:00Discover Britain by Train1978. Directed by David C. Lochner. Narrated by Brian Redhead. A promotional short film detailing the benefits of rail travel in Britain.
Tue 27 Sep07:10Emergency Call1952. Drama. A young child must have a blood transfusion, but she has a rare blood group. Can a donor be found? Starring Jack Warner and Anthony Steel. [S]
Tue 27 Sep08:55Bicyclettes de Belsize1969. Musical. Director: Douglas Hickox. Stars Anthony May, Judy Huxtable & Leslie Goddard. A young man falls in love with a picture of a model and takes to the streets on his bicycle to find her. [S]
Tue 27 Sep09:30Interpol CallingThe Angola Brights. 1959. Stars Charles Korvin, Edwin Richfield & Alfred Burke. Men are killed in an Angolan diamond mine to cover the theft of uncut diamonds, the trail leads to South Africa.
Tue 27 Sep10:00Blind Spot1958. Crime Drama directed by Peter Maxwell. Starring Robert Mackenzie, Michael Caine and Delphi Lawrence. US Officer Adams, blinded during the war, is framed on a diamond-smuggling rap. [S]
Tue 27 Sep11:30The Good-Time Girl1948. Drama. Directed by David MacDonald. Stars Jean Kent, Dennis Price, Herbert Lom. A young girl gets involved with some criminals, meets some on the run GI's and starts a crime wave with them. [S]
Tue 27 Sep13:15Burnt Evidence1954. Drama starring Jane Hylton, Duncan Lamont and Donald Gray. Lamont plays the jealous husband of Hylton. When confronting her lover, he accidentally shoots the man and runs for the hills. [S]
Tue 27 Sep14:30Sherlock HolmesThe Red-Headed League. 1954. Starring: Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford & Archie Duncan. A shopkeeper claims to have been a member of the 'Red-Headed Men' until it unexpectedly dissolved. [S]
Tue 27 Sep15:00Androcles and the Lion1953. Drama. Starring Alan Young as Androcles, a Christian who lives in ancient Rome. Upon seeing a lion in severe pain, he manages to remove a massive thorn from the beast's paw. [S]
Tue 27 Sep16:50Many Faces of Christopher Lee1996. In this fascinating documentary, Christopher Lee gives us an insight into his life and career. He discusses some of his famous roles and films, and touches on his personal life and family. [S]
Tue 27 Sep18:00Scotland Yard1955. Night Plane to Amsterdam. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Gerald Case, Shay Gorman, Selma Vas Dias & Andreas Malandrinos. The case of a murder which baffled the police of two countries. (S1, E11)
Tue 27 Sep18:35The House In Marsh Road1960. Horror. Director Montgomery Tully and starring Patricia Dainton, Sam Kydd and Sandra Dorne. Jean is left a house and hopes it will be the fresh start they need but the house has other ideas. [S]
Tue 27 Sep20:00MaigretHigh Politics. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Noel Johnson & Betty McDowell. Maigret must seek out an individual who is attempting to destroy the reputation and career of a government minister. [S]
Tue 27 Sep21:05Van der ValkProof of Life. Stars Barry Foster, Meg Davies & Ronald Hines. When a businessman and his son are kidnapped, Van der Valk must establish whether the man's wife is involved.
Tue 27 Sep23:15Public Eye1973. Detective & Mystery Drama. The Windsor Royal. Stars Alfred Burke, Raymond Francis & Stephanie Bidmead. Marker is hired to find a new breed of rose that has disappeared
Wed 28 Sep00:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro introduces tonight's first feature, Gordon Hessler's Cry of the Banshee, which is set in Elizabethan England and stars Vincent Price as an evil witch hunter. [S]
Wed 28 Sep00:20Cry Of The Banshee1970. Horror. Directed by Gordon Hessler. Stars Vincent Price, Essy Persson & Hilary Heath. A corrupt English magistrate plans to rid the countryside of witches but runs afoul of a vengeful witch. [S]
Wed 28 Sep02:05Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThe second offering of the night is Twice Told Tales. Caroline introduces the feature which consists of three stories based on the work of Nathaniel Hawthorne and stars Vincent Price once more. [S]
Wed 28 Sep02:10Twice Told Tales1963. Horror. Directed by Sidney Salkow. Stars Vincent Price, Sebastian Cabot & Brett Halsey. A collection of three horror stories based on the collection of tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne. [S]
Wed 28 Sep04:40Stock Car1955. Drama. After the death of her father while motor racing, the daughter (Rona Anderson) is dissuaded from selling his garage by fellow racer Larry (Paul Carpenter) who helps her run it. [S]
Wed 28 Sep06:00Bluebeard1944. Crime. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Stars John Carradine, Jean Parker & Nils Asther. A dressmaker falls in love with a puppeteer, but little does she know he's hiding a dark secret. [S]
Wed 28 Sep07:25Operation Diplomat1953. Crime. Directed by John Guillermin. Stars Guy Rolfe, Lisa Daniely, Patricia Dainton. A surgeon is forced to operate on an injured man by a gang of smugglers. [S]
Wed 28 Sep08:45Diesel Train Ride in 19591959. Directed by James Ritchie. A wonderful train ride through the English countryside, as seen through the forward windows of a diesel coach.
Wed 28 Sep09:00Love and WarThe Women's Land Army was formed to replace the men who fought in World War II. We learn about the life and loves of the former land girls who gather regularly for coffee in Seaford, Sussex. [S]
Wed 28 Sep09:30Clash By Night1963. Drama. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Starring Terence Longdon, Jennifer Jayne & Harry Fowler. A prison bus enroute to jail is hijacked by a gang determined to free their leader. [S]
Wed 28 Sep11:00She'll Have to Go1962. Comedy. Directed by Robert Asher. Stars Bob Monkhouse, Alfred Marks & Hattie Jacques. Two brother's scheme to gain the family fortune after their grandmother bestows it to their cousin. [S]
Wed 28 Sep12:45Diplomatic Corpse1958. Thriller. Director by Montgomery Tully. Stars Robin Bailey, Susan Shaw & Harry Fowler. A crime reporter and his girlfriend investigate a dead body pulled from the river has embassy links.
Wed 28 Sep14:00Upstairs DownstairsA Voice from The Past. 1971. Stars Gordon Jackson, David Langton & Jean Marsh. James and Elizabeth help London's poorest but then see a bedraggled Sarah.
Wed 28 Sep15:00Nobody Runs Forever1968. Action. Director: Ralph Thomas. Stars Christopher Plummer, Rod Taylor & Lilli Palmer. An Australian detective arrives in London to arrest a top diplomat for the murder of his first wife. [S]
Wed 28 Sep17:00Home at Seven1952. Drama. Director: Ralph Richardson. Stars Ralph Richardson, Jack Hawkins & Margaret Leighton. David Preston, a bank official goes missing for 24 hours and has no memory of the lost time. [S]
Wed 28 Sep18:40Look At Life1960. A look at the production of gold and its journey through London, the world's most important gold market. Also exploring the role of the Bank of England, the guardian of Britain's gold reserves.
Wed 28 Sep18:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreChange Partners. 1965. Directed by Robert Lynn. Stars Zena Walker, Kenneth Cope, Basil Henson. A co-director in the firm of Arkwright and Gallen, is having an affair with is partner's wife.
Wed 28 Sep20:00The Onedin LineThe High Price. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Edward Chapman. James finds difficulty building his fleet of ships and is in desperate need of a warehouse, but the price is high. [S]
Wed 28 Sep21:00Steptoe and Son Ride Again1973. Comedy. Directed by Peter Sykes. Stars Wilfred Brambell, Harry H. Corbett & Diana Dors. After racking up debt, Harold plans to fake his father's death to gain money, but will he play along? [S]
Wed 28 Sep23:00The ChampionsAutokill. 1969. Starring: Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo & William Gaunt. A nemesis agent goes missing for 2 days and when he re-surfaces, shoots an American officer in the Nemesis headquarters. [S]
Thu 29 Sep00:00HazellHazell and the Big Sleep. 1979. Stars: Nicholas Ball, Peter Bourke, Richard Durden. A job finding a thief in a London Hotel puts Hazell in harm's way,
Thu 29 Sep01:00CallanFirst Refusal. Stars: Edward Woodward, Russell Hunter & Patrick Mower. Callan suspects a leak in London when a third-party broker offers to sell the names of British agents to Eastern Europe
Thu 29 Sep02:00Restless Natives1985. Comedy. Directed by Michael Hoffman. Stars Vincent Friell, Nanette Newman & Bernard Hill. Two friends acting as modern highway men rob tourist coaches, unexpectedly becoming folk heroes. [S]
Thu 29 Sep03:45How To Undress in Public1965. Comedy. Directed by Compton Bennett. Stars Fenella Fielding, Reginald Beckwith & Kenneth Connor. A comedic take on the different methods of undressing through the ages. [S]
Thu 29 Sep04:45A Desperate Case in 19581958. Directed by Kenneth Fairbairn. Starring Maurice Denham. A comical short film designed to tackle the increasing problem of stray luggage.
Thu 29 Sep05:00Target: The CorruptorsFortress of Despair. 1961. Stars Stephen McNally, Robert Harland & Harold J. Stone. Investigative reporters Paul Marino & Jack Flood investigate various cases of industrial corruption. (S1, E21)
Thu 29 Sep06:00Cause For Alarm!1951. Drama. Director: Tay Garnett. Stars Loretta Young, Barry Sullivan & Bruce Cowling. An unwell man accuses his wife and doctor of plotting to kill him, causing trouble after his sudden death. [S]
Thu 29 Sep07:30You Pay Your Money1957. Crime Drama. A rogue smuggler enters a murky world when his wife is kidnapped. Directed by Maclean Rogers. Starring Hugh McDermott, Jane Hylton and Honor Blackman. [S]
Thu 29 Sep08:45Stormy Crossing1958. Drama directed by CM Pennington-Richards. Stars John Ireland, Derek Bond & Joy Webster. A story of a fateful cross channel swim. Great shots of Dover in the 50s. [S]
Thu 29 Sep10:05Blind Date1959. Thriller. Directed by Joseph Losey. Starring Hardy Kruger, Stanley Baker & Micheline Presle. The mistress of a struggling artist is killed and Inspector Morgan investigates a complex case. [S]
Thu 29 Sep11:55The Pickwick Papers1952. Comedy. In this British classic, the Pickwick Club send a group to find interesting things around England. Stars James Hayter, Nigel Patrick, Kathleen Harrison & Harry Fowler. [S]
Thu 29 Sep14:00HannayThe Rough Music. 1989. Stars Robert Powell, Richard Pasco, Caroline Lee-John. On the death of his friend, Hannay inherits a walking-stick, field glasses and the lighthouse on a Fenland marsh (S2, E05)
Thu 29 Sep15:00The Bold and the Brave1956. War Drama. Directed by Lewis R. Foster. Stars Wendell Corey, Mickey Rooney & Don Taylor. The story of three unique American soldiers coming together in the Italian campaign of 1944. [S]
Thu 29 Sep16:45A Window In London1940. Thriller. Directed by Herbert Mason. Stars Michael Redgrave, Sally Gray & Paul Lukas. On his way to work, a man looks through the window of his train where he sees a young woman's murder.
Thu 29 Sep18:20The Shillingbury Blowers1979. Drama. Directed by Val Guest and stars Robin Nedwell, Diane Keen and Trevor Howard. The arrival of a pop star and his wife, upsets the status quo of the Shillingbury village brass band. [S]
Thu 29 Sep20:00The SaintMarcia. 1963. Stars Roger Moore, Samantha Eggar & Kenneth MacKintosh. A film actress takes her own life after her face is disfigured. Simon becomes involved when her successor is threatened. [S]
Thu 29 Sep21:00JusticeThe Rain It Raineth. 1971. Stars Margaret Lockwood, Peter Blythe & Michael Coles. The son of Harriet's friend pleads guilty after being bullied into entering a warehouse and injuring a watchman.
Thu 29 Sep22:00The Rivals of Sherlock HolmesThe Assyrian Rejuvenator. Stars: Donald Sinden, Michael Bates, Jo Rowbottom. Claims about the powers of an expensive elixir put private investigator, Romney Pringle, in pursuit of a ruthless con man.
Thu 29 Sep23:00WidowsSeries 2, Episode 5. 1985. Stars Ann Mitchell, Maureen O'Farrell, Fiona Hendley & Debby Bishop. Dolly goes on a date with Vic but must face up to the fact that she is not yet over Harry. (S2, E05)
Fri 30 Sep 00:00Enemy At The DoorJerry Bag. 1978. Stars: Alfred Burke, Bernard Horsfall & Emily Richard. On her father's death, Betty Ridge gets work as a cleaner for the Germans, meeting young soldier Erich. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 01:00Dangerous Davies, The Last Detective1980. Comedy. Directed by Val Guest. Stars Bernard Cribbins, Bill Maynard, Joss Ackland & Maureen Lipman. Detective Constable Davies is accident prone but gets the chance to investigate a villain. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 03:10Blood Relatives1978. Mystery. Directed by Claude Chabrol. Stars Donald Sutherland, Aude Landry & Donald Pleasence. A detective investigating a girl's murder encounters conflicting testimonies.
Fri 30 Sep 05:05IWM: Flying with Prudence (1946)Early post-Second World War dramatised RAF instruction film detailing the importance of flight safety. Directed by Cecil Musk edited by John Krish with Patricia Cutts and Derek Elphinstone.
Fri 30 Sep 06:00The Agitator1945. Drama. Director: John Harlow. Stars William Hartnell, Mary Morris & John Laurie. In this 'lost' William Hartnell film, a socialist inherits the British factory where he works as a union mechanic
Fri 30 Sep 08:00The Bad Lord Byron1949. Historical Drama. Director: David MacDonald. Stars Dennis Price, Mai Zetterling & Joan Greenwood. Seriously ill Lord Byron dreams of judgement, as poet and soldier or seducer and libertine. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 09:40The Astonished Heart1950. Drama. Directors Terence Fisher and Antony Darnborough. Stars Celia Johnson, Noel Coward & Margaret Leighton. A love triangle between a psychiatrist, his wife and an impulsive younger woman. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 11:25Fallen Angel1945. Thriller. Director: Otto Preminger. Starring: Dana Andrews, Charles Bickford and Bruce Cabot. A slick con man arrives in town to make some money, but soon gets more than he bargained for. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 13:25Traveller's Joy1951. Comedy. Director by Ralph Thomas. Stars Googie Withers, Dora Bryan & John McCallum. A divorced couple find themselves stuck and penniless, in a Swedish hotel. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 15:00Saps At Sea1940. Comedy. Director: Gordon Douglas. Stars Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson, Richard Cramer & Ben Turpin. Oliver suffers a nervous breakdown as a result of working in a horn factory. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 16:10The Beachcomber1954. Comedy-drama. Director Muriel Box and starring Glynis Johns, Robert Newton and Donald Sinden. Drunken womaniser, Ted, is sent to a tropical island by his family where he meets new friends. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 17:50Look At Life1960. A fascinating look at donkeys and their ever increasing popularity.
Fri 30 Sep 18:00One Million Years BC1966. Action. Directed by Don Chaffey and stars Raquel Welch, John Richardson and Percy Herbert. Prehistoric man, Tumak, fights for the affections of Loana. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 20:00The Outer LimitsThe Invisible Enemy. 1964. Stars Adam West, Rudy Solari & Joe Maross. Two astronauts travel to Mars, but never return. A second expedition is sent to find out why. But will this crew survive? [S]
Fri 30 Sep 21:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline opens the doors for another thrilling night in The Cellar Club. The first film of the night is The Mad Magician, a 1954 horror directed by John Brahm and starring the great Vincent Price. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 21:05The Mad Magician1954. Horror. Directed by John Brahm. Stars Vincent Price, Mary Murphy & Eva Gabor. A master magician becomes deranged after his best kept magic secrets and his wife are stolen by his rival. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 22:35Cellar Club with Caroline MunroHouse of Gorgon is the next horror to follow. Caroline Munro introduces the 2019 film in which she features alongside Martine Beswick, Veronica Carlson and Christopher Neame. [S]
Fri 30 Sep 22:40House of Gorgon2019. Horror. Directed by Josh Kennedy. Stars Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick & Veronica Carlson. A young couple are terrorised after an ancient horror is unleashed upon them. [S]
Sat 01 Oct00:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline introduces the final film of the evening, House of Mortal Sin. This 1976 British horror starring Anthony Sharp, Susan Penhaligon and Stephanie Beacham focuses on a crazed priest. [S]
Sat 01 Oct00:20House of Mortal Sin1976. Horror. Directed by Pete Walker. Stars Anthony Sharp, Susan Penhaligon & Stephanie Beacham. A priest becomes obsessed with a girl that confesses to him and will stop at nothing to get her. [S]
Sat 01 Oct02:25Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline closes the doors of The Cellar Club once again, but not before giving a sneak peek at next week's films before sending you off into the night. [S]
Sat 01 Oct02:30Fade In1973. Western. Directed by Jud Taylor. Stars Burt Reynolds, Barbara Loden & Patricia Casey. A Hollywood film editor falls for a local cowboy who is hired to work on her film.
Sat 01 Oct04:25South of Panama1941. Director: Jean Yarbrough. Stars Roger Pryor, Virginia Vale, Lionel Royce. Jan, sister of government chemist Paul Martin, realises she is being followed by enemy agents after her brother. [S]
Sat 01 Oct05:45Look At Life1963. A look at the railway modernisation schemes taking place and the controversy they have caused.
Sat 01 Oct06:00Marked Men1940. Crime. Director: Sam Newfield. Stars Warren Hull, Isabel Jewell & Paul Bryar. A young medical-school graduate escapes prison and finds a small haven in Arizona until gangsters show up. [S]
Sat 01 Oct07:10The Sword of Monte Cristo1951. Adventure. Stars George Montgomery, Rita Corday & Berry Kroeger. Set in 19th Century France, The country's conniving chief minister will stop at nothing to gain possession of the sword. [S]
Sat 01 Oct08:45Look At Life1964. A look at the various aspects of London Airport with a focus on BOAC and BEA airlines.
Saturday Morning Pictures
Sat 01 Oct09:00William TellThe Cuckoo. 1958. Stars: Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard & Jennifer Jayne. Gessler's problem is compounded further when he receives a message demanding taxes Gessler hasn't collected. [S]
Sat 01 Oct09:30Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe... the Universe. Doom Of The Dictator. 1940. Stars: Buster Crabbe & Carol Hughes. Flash and his comrades wage all out war against Ming to rescue Dale and Professor Zarkoff. [S]
Sat 01 Oct09:50The Great Pony Raid1968. Family. Director: Frederic Goode. Starring: Christian Comber, Tina Paget Brown, Andrew Purcell & Shelley Crowhurst. Children try to help capture men planning to steal Dartmoor ponies. [S]
Sat 01 Oct11:00Sir Francis DrakeDoctor Dee. 1961. Stars Terence Morgan, Jean Kent, Patrick McLoughlin. Doctor Dee entertains Elizabeth and her court with some magic tricks. [S]
Sat 01 Oct11:30The Adventures of Robin HoodThe Deserted Castle. 1956. Stars Richard Greene, Victor Woolf & Archie Duncan. The Queen Mother has a mission for Robin but both Marion and Robin surprised to see her at a deserted castle. [S]
Sat 01 Oct12:00The Farmer's Wife (1941)1941. Drama. Directed by: Leslie Arliss & Norman Lee. Stars: Basil Sydney, Wilfrid Lawson, Nora Swinburne. A widowed farmer decides to remarry, but everyone on his list rejects him. [S]
Sat 01 Oct13:40The Coach Travellers in 19651965. Directed by Brigit Barry. A short promotional film about travel by coach, with a cross section of passengers who explain why they prefer coaches to other methods of travel.
Sat 01 Oct14:00Wings of Danger1952. Crime. Directed by Terence Fisher. Stars Zachary Scott, Robert Beatty & Naomi Chance. A pilot becomes caught in a web of smuggling and blackmail when his girlfriend's brother goes missing. [S]
Sat 01 Oct15:15British Rails Are Long and Fast1969. Directed by Bob Privett. Intended as a sales tool for manufacturers, this short film details the production, installation and maintenance for long welded track in use on British Railways.
Sat 01 Oct15:45The One That Got Away1957. Drama. Director Roy Ward Baker. Stars Hardy Kruger, Colin Gordon & Michael Goodliffe. A German flight officer is shot down over England and makes numerous attempts to escape to fight again. [S]
Sat 01 Oct18:00The Iron Maiden1962. Comedy. Directed by Gerald Thomas. Starring Michael Craig & Joan Sims. An aircraft designer with a passion for traction engines, designs a new supersonic jet plane to sell to America. [S]
Sat 01 Oct20:00MaigretThe Amateurs. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Ewen Solon & Helen Shingler. Maigret holds the suspicion that a recently released criminal is responsible for a number of daring holdups in Paris. [S]
Sat 01 Oct21:05Brannigan1975. Crime. Director: Douglas Hickox. Stars John Wayne, Richard Attenborough & Judy Geeson. Jim Brannigan is sent to London to escort a mobster to the US, but a group of hitmen disrupt the plan. [S]
Sat 01 Oct23:20Magic1978. Thriller. Directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Anthony Hopkins. A magician's assistant falls prey to the power of his own act. [S]
Sun 02 Oct01:30Equus1977. Drama. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Stars Richard Burton, Peter Firth & Colin Blakeley. A psychiatrist attempts to uncover a troubled stable boy's disturbing obsession with horses. [S]
Sun 02 Oct04:15Down Among The Z Men1952. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Michael Bentine, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers. Prof. Pureheart loses a secret formula in the grocery shop. [S]
Sun 02 Oct05:35Away for the Day in 19521952. Directed by John Krish. A travelogue about day trips via coach. Various parties are seen visiting Dartmoor, the Roman theatre at Verulamium, the Tower of London, Brighton and Tintern Abbey.
Sun 02 Oct06:00Mistaken Identity1942. Comedy. Director: Walter Tennyson. Stars Richard Goolden, Gilliam Maude & Julian Vedey. Comedy of a booking clerk who is dismissed after a mistake and confused with a millionaire in London. [S]
Sun 02 Oct07:00Theatre Royal1943. Comedy. Director: John Baxter. Stars Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen, Peggy Dexter & Lydia Sherwood. A theatre manager becomes broke and wishes to close. A rare broadcast of a 'lost' film. [S]
Sun 02 Oct08:15The Giant Gila Monster1959. Sci-Fi. Directed by Ray Kellogg. Starring Don Sullivan, Fred Graham & Lisa Simone. A giant lizard terrorises a small town. Can the police and a hot rod gang stop the monster? [S]
Sun 02 Oct09:45Alive & Kicking1958. Comedy. Directed by Cyril Frankel. Stars Sybil Thorndike, Kathleen Harrison & Estelle Winwood. Three elderly friends run away from their nursing home, looking for greener pastures. [S]
Sun 02 Oct11:45Song of London1963. Short film. Directed by John Durst. Starring David De Keyser, Shirley Abicair, Kim Cordell & Bob Roberts. A nostalgic look back at 60s London with Tommy Trinder and a host of stars.
Sun 02 Oct12:15Doctor in Trouble1970. Comedy. Directed by Ralph Thomas. Stars Leslie Phillips, Harry Secombe & Angela Scoular. A British doctor stows away on a cruise liner in pursuit of the woman he plans to propose to. [S]
Sun 02 Oct14:00Khartoum1966. Drama. Directed by Basil Dearden. Stars Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier & Richard Johnson. British General Charles Gordon defends Khartoum against an army led by a religious fanatic. [S]
Sun 02 Oct16:40A Day Of One's Own 19561956. Directed by Kenneth Fairbairn. A short film about various housewives around the country taking a day off from their traditional domestic chores.
Sun 02 Oct17:00The Footage DetectivesThis week it's childhood memories. Then on to Daleks with a special guest and some exclusive unseen footage of Terry Nation. We look at the wonder of your first TV and an unknown reel footage. [S]
Sun 02 Oct18:00The SaintThe Noble Sportsman. 1964. Stars Roger Moore, Sylvia Syms & Anthony Quayle. The daughter of an arrogant aristocrat asks for Simon's help after her father becomes a target and is almost killed. [S]
Sun 02 Oct19:00Sleeping Car To Trieste1948. Drama. Director: John Paddy Carstairs. Stars Jean Kent, Bonar Colleano, Albert Lieven & David Tomlinson. Agents break into an embassy in Paris to steal a diary filled with political secrets. [S]
Sun 02 Oct20:50Look At Life1960. A look at a typical Sunday in England and the various changes that are taking place.
Sun 02 Oct21:00The Onedin LineCatch as Can. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Jessica Benton. James becomes involved in a battle with his former employer. Meanwhile, Anne discovers Elizabeth's secret. [S]
Sun 02 Oct22:00Dance With a Stranger1985. Crime Drama. Director Mike Newell. Stars Miranda Richardson, Rupert Everett & Ian Holm. A complicated relationship story based on the life of Ruth Ellis, the last woman hanged in Britain. [S]
Sun 02 Oct23:55The Heritage Chart Show with Mike ReadA TOTP style TV Show for Heritage Artists based on the Heritage Chart which is voted on in over 80 countries. Songs you love from popular artists, live and on video with the odd interview.

October 3rd to October 9th


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Mon 03 Oct 01:00Water1985. Comedy. Director Dick Clement. Stars Michael Caine, Leonard Rossiter & Billy Connolly. A British diplomat's idyllic home is thrown into chaos when a source of natural mineral water is found. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 03:00Hollow Triumph1948. Drama. Directed by Steve Sekely. Stars Paul Henreid, Joan Bennett, Leslie Brooks & Eduard Franz. Pursued by the gambler he robbed, John Muller takes on a new identity, with ironic results. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 04:40The Blue Parrot1954. Crime Drama starring Dermot Walsh, Jacqueline Hill, Ferdy Mayne and John Le Mesurier. A Soho nightclub is the focus for an undercover investigation after the murder of a small time crook. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 06:00Get Some In!Field Exercise. 1976. Stars: Tony Selby, David Janson, Gerard Ryder. C Flight are dropped 15 miles from home, but with no idea where and must find their way home. (S2, E04)
Mon 03 Oct 06:30Christopher Columbus1949. Drama. Director: David MacDonald. Starring: Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Francis L. Sullivan and Kathleen Ryan. Explorer Columbus intends to travel to the East by sailing west. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 08:30Force on Thunder Mountain1978. Sci-Fi. A hiking trip into the mountains brings father and son into contact with the Force. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 10:25Impulse (1955)1955. Drama. Directed by Charles De la Tour & Cy Endfield. Stars Arthur Kennedy, Constance Smith & Joy Shelton. A Night club singer tricks an estate agent into thinking he killed a jewel thief. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 12:05Look At Life1964. A look at the almost two million motorcyclists in Britain, with a focus on the motorcyclists who are keen to travel at 100 miles per hour and how efforts are being made to stop the ton-up.
Mon 03 Oct 12:20A Touch Of The Sun1956. Comedy. In London's swanky hotel the Royal Connaught, if you need anything ask for Mr. Darling (Frankie Howerd) the ' Mr. Fix-it'. Stars: Ruby Murray, Alfie Bass & Dennis Price. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 14:00RoomsPastures New. 1977. Written by Betty Paul. Stars Ray Smith, David Sibley, Jenny Twigge, Ian Redford, Cheryl Hall, Pat Ashton. It seems many of the residents are moving out of Mafeking Terrace.
Mon 03 Oct 14:30RoomsSarah. Stars: Susie Blake, Maureen Lipman, Sam Dastor. New Year's Eve can be very lonely for people in the rooms, so Sarah opts to throw a party.
Mon 03 Oct 15:00Next To No Time1958. Comedy. Stars Kenneth More, Betsy Drake, Irene Handl & Sid James. Whilst on the Queen Elizabeth to New York, David must close a deal before the boat docks. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 17:00The Footage DetectivesBrighton Rocks! There's glimpses of Brighton from the past with familiar faces, a lost reel from Merton Park studios, a look at behind the scenes of a 40s cinema and guess who's a Water rat? [S]
Mon 03 Oct 18:00Mr Denning Drives North1951. Crime. Director: Anthony Kimmins. Stars John Mills, Phyllis Calvert & Eileen Moore. A British aircraft engineer accidentally kills his daughter's boyfriend and then tries to it cover up... [S]
Mon 03 Oct 19:50Look At Life1963. A look at the railway modernisation schemes taking place and the controversy they have caused.
Mon 03 Oct 20:00The Main ChanceWhat about Justice. 1969. Starring: John Stride, Kate O'Mara & Anna Palk. A case involving the son of a Leeds industrialist brings David Main into partnership with solicitor friend, Henry Castleton.
Mon 03 Oct 21:00Afraid Of The Dark1991. Horror Drama. Directed by Mark Peploe. Stars James Fox, Fanny Ardant & Paul McGann. A young boy becomes obsessed with blindness and violence after witnessing a serial killer at work. [S]
Mon 03 Oct 22:45Screenagers! - GlimpsesEarly 1960s documentary into the spending habit of 'screenagers' and the cinema goers of the 60s. Brilliant footage of 50s and 60s cinemas and the 'screenagers' themselves.
Mon 03 Oct 23:00Secret ArmyChild's Play. 1977. Stars Bernard Hepton, Jan Francis & Michael Culver. Major Brandt obtains an article from an escapee and uses it to team up with a French gendarme to find an escape route. [S]
Tue 04 Oct00:05Wish You Were Here1987. Drama. Directed by David Leland. Stars Emily Lloyd, Jesse Birdsall & Tom Bell. Coming of age story about a rebellious young girl growing up in post-war England in a small seaside town. [S]
Tue 04 Oct01:50Blood Orange1953. Crime drama. Directed by Terence Fisher. Stars Tom Conway, Mila Parély & Naomi Chance. A private eye investigating a jewel theft becomes involved in a murder mystery. [S]
Tue 04 Oct03:20Dementia 131963. Horror. Director: Francis Ford Coppola. Stars William Campbell, Patrick Magee & Luana Anders. After murdering her husband, Louise tells the family he left on urgent business. [S]
Tue 04 Oct04:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreThe Fourth Square. 1961. Directed by Allan Davis. Stars Conrad Phillips, Natasha Parry & Delphi Lawrence. The Police investigate the theft of emerald jewellery which had led to murder.
Tue 04 Oct06:00The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder1971. The Willing Victim. Stars Hugh Burden, Willoughby Goddard, Gillian Lewis. The mild-mannered detective determines to find out who wants him dead after a bomb arrives in his office.
Tue 04 Oct07:00The Balloon Goes Up1942. Musical. Comedy duo Ethel Revnell and Gracie West star in this comedy musical. The double act pose as WAAFs on a balloon site to help the authorities capture a group of fifth columnists. [S]
Tue 04 Oct08:10Road To Happiness1941. Musical Drama. Director Phil Rosen. Starring John Boles & Mona Barrie. A heart-warming story of a singer down on his luck, who turns to radio acting as a means of supporting his young son. [S]
Tue 04 Oct09:30Interpol CallingThe Thirteen Innocents. 1959. Stars Charles Korvin, Edwin Richfield & Patrick Troughton. Drug trafficking in Vienna is traced by Inspector Duval, his source, Istanbul homing pigeons.
Tue 04 Oct10:00House of Strangers1949. Thriller. Director Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Stars Edward G. Robinson, Susan Hayward & Richard Conte. A banker scarred by betrayal, vows revenge against his family when released from prison. [S]
Tue 04 Oct12:05Capital Visit a School Journey in 1955Directed by Syd Sharples. A party of schoolchildren spend three days in London and visit a variety of sights, including parks, museums, shops, the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral and lots more!
Tue 04 Oct12:30The Spider and the Fly1949. Crime. Directed by Robert Hamer. Stars Eric Portman, Nadia Gray & George Cole. An unusual love triangle develops between two criminals and a policeman on the eve of the first World War.
Tue 04 Oct14:30Sherlock HolmesThe Case of the Shoeless Engineer. 1954. Starring: Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford & Archie Duncan. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson encounter an injured man carrying an unconscious woman. [S]
Tue 04 Oct15:00House on Telegraph Hill1951 Thriller. Directed by Robert Wise. Stars Richard Basehart, Valentina Cortese & Fay Baker. A Nazi camp survivor takes the identity of a fellow victim & discovers an inheritance at stake.
Tue 04 Oct16:5013 East Street1952. Drama. Directed by Robert Baker. Starring Patrick Holt, Dora Bryan & Michael Balfour. A detective poses as an escaped convict to catch a gang of warehouse robbers. [S]
Tue 04 Oct18:00Scotland Yard1955. The Stateless Man. Director: Paul Gherzo. Stars Frank Leighton, Robin Wentworth, Theodore Wilhelm, Tom Clegg, May Hallett & Anna Doran. A crime in London's dockland baffles the police. (S1, E12)
Tue 04 Oct18:35Final Appointment1954. Crime. Director Terence Fisher and starring John Bentley. Reporters investigate threats against a retired army officer and discover links to a series of murders that occurred during the war. [S]
Tue 04 Oct20:00MaigretLove From Felicie. 1962. Stars Rupert Davies, Lana Morris & Anthony Morton. The prime suspect in a village murder case is the victim's maid; Maigret gains a liking for her, but is she guilty? [S]
Tue 04 Oct21:05Van der ValkStill Waters. Stars Barry Foster, Meg Davies & Ronald Hines. A new sea barrier causes a row between senior Dutch politicians and the radical Green Party.
Tue 04 Oct23:15Public Eye1973. Mystery Drama. It's a Woman's Privilege. Stars Alfred Burke, Pauline Delaney & Ray Smith. A pleasant visit from Marker's former landlady takes a turn when she tells Marker her problem.
Wed 05 Oct00:15Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline Munro welcomes you Cellar Dwellers to another evening in The Cellar Club. Comedy of Terrors begins the night, which sees Cellar Club favourite Vincent Price in the lead. [S]
Wed 05 Oct00:20The Comedy of Terrors1964. Comedy Horror. Director: Jacques Tourneur. Stars Vincent Price, Peter Lorre & Boris Karloff. An undertaker struggling to keep his business afloat blackmails his friend into making customers. [S]
Wed 05 Oct02:05Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThe next horror of the evening is The Monster Club. The 1980 British anthology film starring Vincent Price and John Carradine, and the last film to be directed by Roy Ward Baker. [S]
Wed 05 Oct02:10The Monster Club1980. Horror. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Stars Vincent Price, John Carradine & Anthony Steel. A writer of horror stories is invited to a Monster Club, where he is told three very different tales. [S]
Wed 05 Oct04:05Mohawk1956. Adventure. Director: Kurt Neumann. Stars Scott Brady, Rita Gam & Neville Brand. An artist is torn between his love for two women and is thrown into the middle of a Mohawk-Iroquois-American. [S]
Wed 05 Oct05:40Driving The Train 19591959. A fascinating instructional film on driving diesel trains.
Wed 05 Oct06:00We'll Smile Again1942. Musical. Directed by John Baxter. Stars Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen & Meinhart Maur. Nazi spies infiltrate a film studio for sending coded messages but foiled by two of the studio staff.
Wed 05 Oct07:50Vacant Possession1966. Directed by Peter Moffat and starring Brian Murphy, Daphne Heard and Richard Gale. An estate agent arranges to meet a couple for a viewing at a flat. Formerly 'lost' short. [S]
Wed 05 Oct08:50Rosemary Squires in the 1950s The Tonight ShowSee Rosemary Squires, the English jazz, big band, cabaret, concert singer and recording artist make her American Debut on The Tonight Show in the 1960’s. Rare unseen footage.
Wed 05 Oct09:00Zane Grey: Black is For Grief1957. Western. Directed by Lewis Allen. Stars Tom Tully, Tom Tryon & Mala Powers. A Civil War veteran returns home after a long absence to find his wife has been murdered. [S]
Wed 05 Oct09:30Let's Make Love1960. Musical. Director: George Cukor. Stars Marilyn Monroe, Yves Montand & Tony Randall. A billionaire impersonates himself in a musical ridiculing him to get closer to the beautiful star. [S]
Wed 05 Oct11:50The Fishmonger in 1947 - GlimpsesFilmed in 1947. A delightful educational short film set in Barkingside High Street, Ilford, Essex, about the Fishmonger and his working day including a trip to Billingsgate.
Wed 05 Oct12:00Robbery Under Arms1957. Action. Directed by Jack Lee. Stars Peter Finch, Ronald Lewis and Maureen Swanson. Two brothers join their father in Captain Starlight's (Finch) bushranger gang in 19th century Australia. [S]
Wed 05 Oct14:00Upstairs DownstairsThe Swedish Tiger. 1971. Stars Gordon Jackson, David Langton & Jean Marsh. When valuable household objects go missing the finger points at Sarah.
Wed 05 Oct15:00Last Days of Dolwyn1949. Drama. Directed by Emlyn Williams. Stars Edith Evans, Richard Burton & Anthony James. In North Wales, a woman vows to save her home after plans are put forward to flood the beloved village. [S]
Wed 05 Oct16:55Laura1944. Mystery. Directed by Otto Preminger. Stars Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews & Clifton Webb. A police detective becomes mesmerised by the portrait of the woman whose murder he is investigating. [S]
Wed 05 Oct18:40Look At Life1960. A look at the social phenomenon of holiday camps, how they have spread far beyond the British Isles, with a glimpse at the range of amenities on offer.
Wed 05 Oct18:50The Edgar Wallace Mystery TheatreStrangler's Web. 1965. Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. Stars John Stratton, Pauline Munro & Griffith Jones. What appears to be a cut-and-dried case of murder of a showgirl becomes very complicated.
Wed 05 Oct20:00The Onedin LineCatch as Can. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass & Jessica Benton. James becomes involved in a battle with his former employer. Meanwhile, Anne discovers Elizabeth's secret. [S]
Wed 05 Oct21:00Music Box1989. Drama. Director: Costa-Gavras. Stars Jessica Lange, Armin Mueller-Stahl & Frederic Forrest. A lawyer defends her father accused of war crimes but begins to have doubts the more she uncovers. [S]
Wed 05 Oct23:30One Step BeyondThe Bride Possessed. 1959. Stars Virginia Leith, Skip Homeier & Harry Townes. Matt Conroy is startled when on their honeymoon his wife Sally suddenly is a determined woman, who denies knowing him. [S]
Thu 06 Oct00:00HazellHazell and the Suffolk Ghost. 1979. Stars: Nicholas Ball, Peter Bourke, Meg Davies. A quiet time by the Suffolk Coast turns out to be anything but for Hazel
Thu 06 Oct01:00CallanRules of the Game. Stars: Edward Woodward, Russell Hunter & Patrick Mower. Callan, acting as Hunter is drawn into a game of tit-for-tat with the Russians.
Thu 06 Oct02:00The Blind Goddess1948. Drama. Director: Harold French. Starring: Eric Portman, Anne Crawford and Hugh Williams. Derek Waterhouse visits the Prime Minister to accuse Brasted of stealing money from the postwar fund. [S]
Thu 06 Oct03:45Passenger to London1937. Thriller. Director: Lawrence Huntingdon. Stars John Warwick, Jenny Laird & Paul Neville. A great B British film. An agent, carrying important papers, is knifed to death on a passenger train. [S]
Thu 06 Oct05:00Target: The CorruptorsThe Wrecker. 1961. Stars Stephen McNally, Robert Harland & Harold J. Stone. Investigative reporters Paul Marino & Jack Flood investigate various cases of industrial corruption. (S1, E22)
Thu 06 Oct06:00Nell Gwyn1934. Period drama directed by Herbert Wilcox. Nell (Anna Neagle) captivates King Charles (Cedric Hardwicke) and fights off the royal insiders. [S]
Thu 06 Oct07:25The Broken Horseshoe1953. Crime drama. A hit and run victim is operated on by Dr. Fenton (Robert Beatty), the victim is later murdered and the doctor is involved. Starring Elizabeth Sellars. [S]
Thu 06 Oct09:00Woman On The Run1950. Drama. Directed by Norman Foster. Stars Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe & Robert Keith. An eyewitness to a murder is pursued by his wife, the police and the killer around San Francisco. [S]
Thu 06 Oct10:35Ask A Policeman1939. Comedy. Director: Marcel Varnel. Stars: Will Hay, Graham Moffatt and Moore Marriott. Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot and his two constables stage a fabricated crimewave to save their jobs. [S]
Thu 06 Oct12:10Pit of Darkness1961. Crime drama. A partner of a safe making firm is found unconscious on a bomb site. A large safe his company installed has been robbed. Starring William Franklyn and Nigel Green. [S]
Thu 06 Oct13:50Look At Life1960. A look at the decline of street salesmen and the growing industry of the vending machine.
Thu 06 Oct14:00HannayThe Confidence Man. 1989. Stars Robert Powell, Diane Bull & Ron Pember. An East End gang demand protection money for Sal Alford's music-hall, she turns to Hannay for help (S2, E06)
Thu 06 Oct15:00Home at Seven1952. Drama. Director: Ralph Richardson. Stars Ralph Richardson, Jack Hawkins & Margaret Leighton. David Preston, a bank official goes missing for 24 hours and has no memory of the lost time. [S]
Thu 06 Oct16:40Dangerous Cargo1954. Drama directed by John Harlow. Tim (Jack Watling) is tricked by a wartime friend (Terence Alexander) into revealing details of a gold shipment. [S]
Thu 06 Oct18:00Hell and High Water1954. Action. Director: Samuel Fuller. Starring: Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi & Victor Francen. A scientific team refits a Japanese submarine to find a secret Chinese atomic island base. [S]
Thu 06 Oct20:00The SaintThe Work of Art. 1963. Stars Roger Moore, Yolande Turner & Alex Scott. Simon takes a trip to Paris to visit a girl friend but soon becomes involved in the murder of an undercover agent. [S]
Thu 06 Oct21:00JusticeWithin a Year and a Day. 1971. Stars Margaret Lockwood, Peter Blythe & Victor Brooks. Harriet must defend the youth from 'The Rain It Raineth', as a death resulted from the previous crime.
Thu 06 Oct22:00The Rivals of Sherlock HolmesThe Ripening Rubies. Stars: Robert Lang, Moira Redmond, Lally Bowers. An ex-con makes a rookie mistake-trying to sell a stolen ruby necklace back to the craftsman who made it.
Thu 06 Oct23:00WidowsSeries 2, Episode 6. 1985. Stars Ann Mitchell, Maureen O'Farrell, Fiona Hendley & Debby Bishop. Harry and his gang carry out the heist. (S2, E06)
Fri 07 Oct00:00Enemy At The DoorTreason. 1978. Stars: Alfred Burke, Bernard Horsfall, Joss Ackland & Emily Richard. General Von Wittke comes to Guernsey, ostensibly to write a report on the Occupation. [S]
Fri 07 Oct01:00The Winter Guest1997. Drama. Directed by Alan Rickman. Stars Phyllida Law, Emma Thompson & Sheila Reid. In a small Scottish village, a recent widow gets an unexpected visit from her mother. [S]
Fri 07 Oct03:10The Evictors1979. Horror. Directed by Charles B. Pierce. Stars Vic Morrow, Michael Parks & Jessica Harper. In a small town in Louisiana, a young couple move into an eerie home, unaware of its violent past. [S]
Fri 07 Oct04:55Wings of Mystery1963. Adventure. Directed by Gilbert Gunn. Stars Judy Geeson, Hennie Scott, Francesca Bertorelli & Arnold Ridley. Ted is suspected of stealing a secret alloy from a Sheffield steel works. [S]
Fri 07 Oct06:00Port of Escape1956. Crime drama directed by Anthony Young. Two men on the run hide out in a Thames boat and take the woman owner hostage. Starring Bill Kerr, Googie Withers and Joan Hickson. [S]
Fri 07 Oct07:35The Monkey's Paw1948. Horror. A curio dealer sells a monkey's paw that can grant the possessor three wishes but warns that disaster will follow. Starring Michael Martin-Harvey, Sydney Tafler & Alfie Bass. [S]
Fri 07 Oct08:50House of Bamboo1955. Thriller. Director: Samuel Fuller. Stars Robert Ryan, Robert Stack & Cameron Mitchell. Eddie Kenner is on an army assignment to investigate a murderous clique led by ex-soldier Sandy Dawson. [S]
Fri 07 Oct10:55Shepherd On The Rock1993. Drama. Directed by Bob Keen. Starring Bernard Hill, John Bowles and Betsy Brantley. A sheep farmer and his family fight for their land against the persistent efforts of a land developer. [S]
Fri 07 Oct12:55Moss Rose1947. Mystery Thriller. Directed by Gregory Ratoff. Stars Peggy Cummins, Victor Mature & Ethel Barrymore. A woman trying to investigate her friend's murder may just turn out be the next victim. [S]
Fri 07 Oct14:35Hide and Seek1963. Thriller. Director Endfield. Stars Ian Carmichael, Curd Jürgens & Janet Munro. An astrophysicist in London finds it frustratingly difficult to return a wallet to an Easter European friend. [S]
Fri 07 Oct16:25Railroaded1947. Crime. Directed by Anthony Mann. Stars John Ireland, Sheila Ryan & Hugh Beaumont. A beautician and her boyfriend frame an innocent man after their attempt at robbery goes wrong. [S]
Fri 07 Oct17:55Demetrius and The Gladiators1954. Drama. Director: Delmer Daves. Stars Victor Mature, Susan Hayward & Anne Bancroft. Christian slave Demetrius is sent to fight in the gladiatorial arena. Emperor Caligula seeks Jesus' robe. [S]
Fri 07 Oct20:00The Outer LimitsWolf 359. 1964. Stars Patrick O'Neal, Sara Shane & Peter Haskell. A scientist clones the environment of a distant planet and its accelerated rate of evolution hints at a dark future for mankind. [S]
Fri 07 Oct21:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroAnother delightful evening awaits as Caroline Munro opens the doors to The Cellar Club. Caroline begins the night with the 1974 sci-fi horror The Mutations, also known as The Freakmaker. [S]
Fri 07 Oct21:05The Mutations1974. Horror. Directed by Jack Cardiff. Stars Donald Pleasence, Tom Baker & Julie Ege. A mad scientist abducts college students to carry out his experiment of crossbreeding humans with plants. [S]
Fri 07 Oct22:55Cellar Club with Caroline MunroNext up, Caroline Munro introduces the 1988 apocalyptic horror The Seventh Sign, starring Demi Moore as an expectant mother with chilling premonitions about the end of the world. [S]
Fri 07 Oct23:00The Seventh Sign1988. Horror. Director: Carl Schultz. Stars Demi Moore, Michael Biehn & Jürgen Prochnow. A pregnant woman feels the apocalypse looming, but with no one believing her, only she can prevent the end. [S]
Sat 08 Oct01:00Cellar Club with Caroline MunroThe 1961 horror thriller Homicidal concludes the night. Caroline presents the feature produced and directed by William Castle about a murderous woman in a small town in California. [S]
Sat 08 Oct01:05Homicidal1961. Horror. Director: William Castle. Stars Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin & Eugenie Leontovich. A brutal murder in a small town sparks an investigation into the secrets of a prominent family. [S]
Sat 08 Oct02:50Cellar Club with Caroline MunroCaroline finishes the night with a peek at three more films to tempt you back into The Cellar Club next week. [S]
Sat 08 Oct02:55House On 92nd Street1945. Espionage. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Stars William Eythe, Lloyd Nolan & Signe Hasso. An American student is approached by a Nazi spy ring, to infiltrate the FBI and become a double agent. [S]
Sat 08 Oct04:45Just Like Heaven1930. Tobey Mitchell, a young Parisian balloon vendor with ambitions to become a designer of pageants, guards his stand in the Street of the Poor.
Sat 08 Oct06:00Sheepdog of the Hills1941. Drama. Directed by Germain Burger. Stars David Farrar, Philip Friend & Helen Perry. Farmers are all losing sheep, all except 'Riggy's'. Is it because of his 'great' sheepdog? Or... [S]
Sat 08 Oct07:30Naked Fury1959. After a robbery during which the night-watchman is killed, the robbers take his daughter hostage. Stars Kenneth Cope & Reed de Rouen. [S]
Sat 08 Oct08:45Look At Life1964. An interesting story about how Europe's increasing need for electricity is being solved.
Sat 08 Oct09:00William TellThe Bear. 1958. Stars: Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard & Jennifer Jayne. When his son joins Tell's group and refuses to return home, the Bear, swears to seek revenge on Tell and his followers. [S]
Sat 08 Oct09:30Looney Tunes - Porky Pig's Feat1943. Director: Frank Tashlin. Starring: Mel Blanc. Porky Pig and Daffy Duck owe an outrageous sum to the Broken Arms Hotel. The manager thwarts their efforts to escape without paying their bill. [S]
Sat 08 Oct09:45Hunted in Holland1961. Adventure. Director: Derek Williams. Stars Sean Scully, Jacques Verbrugge & Sandra Spurr. Tim comes to Amsterdam to visit his penfriend Piet, when they come across plans for a diamond heist. [S]
Sat 08 Oct11:00Sir Francis DrakeBold Enterprise. 1961. Stars Terence Morgan, Jean Kent, Richard Pearson. Drake tries to persuade Elizabeth to let him raid Santo Domingo where the fort is not fully armed and is loaded with gold. [S]
Sat 08 Oct11:30The Adventures of Robin HoodThe Miser. 1956. Stars Richard Greene, Victor Woolf & Archie Duncan. Will Sir Williams tenants pay up or be thrown off the land if the money is not forthcoming. Can Tucks long sermon help Robin. [S]
Sat 08 Oct12:00The Earth Dies ScreamingSci-Fi. 1964. Director: Terence Fisher. Starring: Willard Parker, Virginia Field and Dennis Price. A test pilot is confronted by a ravaged planet on his return to Earth. [S]
Sat 08 Oct13:15Charlie Chan at the Olympics1937. Comedy. Director H. Bruce Humberstone. Stars Warner Oland, Katherine DeMille & Pauline Moore. Detective Chan chases spies at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. [S]
Sat 08 Oct14:40Little Red Monkey1955. Crime. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Richard Conte, Rona Anderson & Russell Napier. The murders of several British scientists' baffles detectives, with a monkey's paw print the only clue. [S]
Sat 08 Oct16:10Look At Life1960. A look at caravan holidays and the original residents of caravans.
Sat 08 Oct16:20They Who Dare1954. War Drama. Directed by Lewis Milestone. Stars Dirk Bogarde & Denholm Elliott. In Greece during the war, British commandos and patriots are ordered to destroy two strategic German airfields. [S]
Sat 08 Oct18:25Murder In Reverse1945. Crime. Director: Montgomery Tully. Stars William Hartnell, Jimmy Hanley & Chili Bouchier. After a long imprisonment, a man wrongfully framed for murder hunts for the truth and the killer. [S]
Sat 08 Oct20:00MaigretPoor Cecile. 1963. Stars Rupert Davies, Joan Sanderson & Anthony Jacobs. Old Cecile has a crush on Maigret; he doesn’t believe her story about a midnight intruder, until she's murdered. [S]
Sat 08 Oct21:05An Inspector Calls1954. Crime. Director: Guy Hamilton. Stars Alastair Sim, Olga Lindo, Eileen Moore. The Birling family are rich and complacent. It is 1912, and the impending war has yet to fall across their lives. [S]
Sat 08 Oct22:40Hush...Hush Sweet Charlotte1964. Crime. Director: Robert Aldrich. Stars Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland & Joseph Cotton. A girl with a horrifying family secret, descends into madness after the arrival of a lost relative. [S]
Sun 09 Oct01:20To Die For1994. Drama. Director: Gus Van Sant. Starring: Nicole Kidman, Matt Dillon & Joaquin Phoenix. A naive aspiring television personality films a documentary on teenagers with a darker ulterior motive.
Sun 09 Oct03:30The Naked Kiss1964. Drama. Directed by Samuel Fuller. Stars Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley & Michael Dante. A prostitute, traumatised by a past experience, tries to find solace in Grantville Town. [S]
Sun 09 Oct05:20Talking Pictures TV With Amanda Barrie... Amanda Barrie. Amanda Barrie talks to Jenny Hanley about the highs and lows of her career with many anecdotes including almost being electrocuted as Cleopatra! Filmed at The Plaza Stockport. [S]
Sun 09 Oct06:00Undercover Girl1958. Crime Drama. A reporter on the verge of exposing a drugs ring is killed before he can write the story. Stars Paul Carpenter and Jackie Collins. [S]
Sun 09 Oct07:20Freckles1960. Action. Director: Andrew V. McLaglen. Star: Roy Barcroft, Ken Curtis & John Eldridge. A timid freckled-faced young man falls in love with the daughter of his boss and proves himself a hero.
Sun 09 Oct09:00Sister Kenny1946. Drama. Based on a true story. The struggle of a young nurse who discovers an effective treatment for Polio- but can't get official recognition. Starring Rosalind Russell and Alexander Knox. [S]
Sun 09 Oct11:15This Above All1942. Drama. Director Anatole Litvak. Stars Tyrone Power, Joan Fontaine & Thomas Mitchell. A woman from an aristocratic family joins the WAAF and becomes romantically involved with a deserter. [S]
Sun 09 Oct13:25Nurse on Wheels1963. Comedy. Director: Gerald Thomas. Stars Juliet Mills, Ronald Lewis, Joan Sims. Quietly competent young Joanna moves to a country village to take up her first job as District Nurse. [S]
Sun 09 Oct15:10The Green Man1956. Comedy. Stars Alastair Sim, Raymond Huntley, George Cole & Terry-Thomas. A watchmaker turns out to be an assassin whose target is a leading politician but his plans are stalled. [S]
Sun 09 Oct16:45Look At Life1964. A look at the wide range of jobs engineers undertake. This film celebrates their vital work, as more and more engineers are needed to keep pace with developing industry.
Sun 09 Oct17:00The Footage DetectivesFootball Clubs! Bring your jumpers for goal posts! Remember the Saturday thrill of running to the corner shop to get your comic? We delve into the unseen archives of one Deanna Bane and much more! [S]
Sun 09 Oct18:00The SaintThe Romantic Matron. 1964. Stars Roger Moore, Ann Gillis & John Carson. In Buenos Aires, Simon discovers a widow he is protecting is caught up in the illicit plans of a charming man. [S]
Sun 09 Oct19:00Live Now Pay Later1962. Drama. Directed by Jay Lewis. Stars Ian Hendry, June Ritchie & John Gregson. The adventures of a devious door to door salesman and his unscrupulous efforts to line his own pockets. [S]
Sun 09 Oct21:00The Onedin LineSalvage. 1971. Stars Peter Gilmore, Brian Rawlinson & Michael Billington. It's a race to save the Charlotte Rhodes from salvage when James' rival Callon plans to claim the damaged ship first. [S]
Sun 09 Oct22:00Ten Little Indians1965. Mystery. Directed by George Pollock. Stars Hugh O'Brian and Shirley Eaton. Film version of Agatha Christie's novel. Strangers invited to a party at a mansion each expecting entertainment. [S]
Sun 09 Oct23:50The Heritage Chart Show with Mike ReadA TOTP style TV Show for Heritage Artists based on the Heritage Chart which is voted on in over 80 countries. Songs you love from popular artists, live and on video with the odd interview.

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What new channels are coming to Freeview 2022? ›

On 24 August 2022 some broadcasters are making important changes to their family of channels and two new channels, EarthxTV and Celebration TV are launching on Freeview. You will need to retune to update your TV and keep your channels and TV Guide up to date.

What channel is 37 on Freeview? ›

QVC Beauty Entertainment

How do I fix quiet dialogue on my TV? ›

  1. Try adjusting the audio settings on your TV (if that is the main set of speakers that you listen on). ...
  2. Try adjusting the audio settings on your source (the cable, satellite, or digital receiver) menu. ...
  3. Adjust your home theater or sound system or change speakers. ...
  4. Add a sound bar.
8 Jul 2019

Why is background noise louder than voices on TV? ›

“Occasionally, we have found that viewers who experience an overly loud background music playback sometimes have a stereo television and that the 'front surround' feature is activated. This would move the rear surround, usually music and sound effects, information to the main speakers.

Why are the voices so low on my TV? ›

Most new super-thin televisions offer a sound setting called "Night Mode" or something similar. It's designed to turn down the explosions and turn up the voices, so you can watch a movie with the sound quite low and still hear everything.

Can I watch Talking Pictures On Demand? ›

UPDATE / Talking Pictures is set to launch a new on-demand service, allowing viewers to catch-up on programmes and films shown on the channel. The channel has been showcasing vintage films and programmes since 2015 and has built up a cult following of viewers. The new service will be called TPTV Encore.

Why Is forces TV closing? ›

Forces TV ceased broadcasting at 11am today. The closure is believed to come as a direct result of the loss of the channel's Freeview slot on the COM7 multiplex, leaving the operation financially unviable.

How do you get Freeview on your TV? ›

Setting up a Freeview-ready TV

Plug in the TV and fit the batteries to the remote. Plug in the aerial and turn on the TV. If you have a smart TV you'll be asked for your wi-fi network and password, so have these ready. You'll then be asked to tune your TV to find the available Freeview channels.

What number is TalkTV on Freeview? ›

TalkTV broadcasts on Sky, Virgin Media, Freeview and Freesat, as well as via connected TV and smart devices. On Sky, TalkTV is on channel 526. Virgin Media carries the new channel on 627, while TalkTV is available on channel 237 on Freeview and 217 on Freesat.

Can I Get Free Speech TV on Roku? ›

Free Speech TV is available on Dish 9415, DIRECTV 348, ROKU, Apple TV, iOS, Sling TV, and streaming online 24/7 at freespeech.org.

What channel is free TV on directv? ›

What channel is Freeform HD on DIRECTV? Freeform HD is on channel 311.

What channel has all the old TV shows? ›

MeTV – America's #1 Classic Television Network.

Is there a channel for old TV shows? ›

Nick at Nite, which celebrates its 29th anniversary on July 1, and its spinoff TV Land are still airing the oldies, but several other nostalgic networks have popped up in recent years including METV, Antenna TV, INSP TV and Cozi TV. Several other networks also tapping into vintage TV craze. “Magnum, P.I.”

Where can you watch old movies for free? ›

Where to Watch Free Classic Movies?
  • Old Movies - Oldies but Goldies.
  • JustWatch.
  • WATCH TCM.
  • Shout! Factory.
  • The Film Detective.
  • Public Domain Movies.
22 Dec 2021

Is Freeview going to end? ›

The Freeview On Demand service is set to end by late 2022. After that, you won't be able to watch on demand shows through Freeview; but as with TVNZ OnDemand, you can still watch them on ThreeNow, Māori+ and RNZ, wherever they're available.

Why have I lost most of my TV channels? ›

Installation issues, poorly maintained antennas, and other interference issues could be why your TV channels keep disappearing. If you suddenly lose a channel, the first thing to do is try to re-scan for channels on your TV.

How do I recover missing channels? ›

To recover your missing channels, you can try these steps:
  1. Press "Menu" on your remote.
  2. Select "Advanced Options".
  3. Then select "Installation".
  4. Select "Tuning".
  5. Then select "Automatic Scan" and press the “OK” button.
  6. Press the exit button on the remote once scanning is completed.
30 Jun 2021

How do you reset TV channels? ›

Press the “Menu” button on your remote control. If you don't have a remote, your TV should have a built-in “Menu” button. Find and select the “Channel Scan” option in your TV's menu. This option is sometimes labeled “Rescan,” “Tune,” or “Auto-tune.”

How do I reset channels on Freeview? ›

Disconnect your device's aerial for a few minutes. Go to the menu and select retune or rescan. Your box or TV will warn you that you will lose existing channels – this is what you want to do, as with the aerial disconnected it will not find any new ones to store and will effectively clear its memory.

Is there a Freeview TV Guide? ›

The TV Guide is in the centre of the menu along the bottom of the Freeview mobile app (called Guide). Simply tap it to open. You can switch between what's on right now and the full guide by tapping the triple bar icon in the top left corner on the Guide.

Is talking pictures on BBC iPlayer? ›

BBC iPlayer - Talking Pictures.

How do I turn off descriptive talk on my TV? ›

To disable Video Description, enter your TV Settings by pressing MENU on your remote control, then select Accessibility, then Video Description. You can set this option to On or Off. You can find more information in the TV User Guide. This is the most annoying default feature on a TV ever!

How do I get Narrator off my TV? ›

Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to navigate the “System” option and press “Enter.” Navigate with the arrow buttons to “Accessibility” and activate it by pressing “Enter.” Find the “Narration” or “Audio Guidance” or “Audio Description” feature and set it to “OFF.”

How do u turn off narrator on TV? ›

Turning audio description on/off varies depending on your TV make and model; TVs have different remote controls and Settings menus. Usually the feature can be found in your TV's Settings menu, under Accessibility. Some makes of TVs have a dedicated button on the remote control.

Where has talking pictures moved to on Freeview? ›

Since 15 September 2015, the channel has also been available on Freeview. It became available on Freesat channel 306 in February 2016, and on Virgin Media on 1 June 2017.

Can you watch TalkTV on catch up? ›

TalkTV does not currently provide support for catch-up or on-demand programming on Sky and you can't currently search for our shows on Sky Q or Sky +. To catch up on your favourite TalkTV shows including Piers Morgan Uncensored you will need to download the TalkTV app.

Can I watch Talking Pictures TV on my tablet? ›

Quote "You can now enjoy your favourite Freeview shows on your mobile or tablet." Browse great shows from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and UKTV Play, all in one place.

Why is my TV suddenly narrating shows? ›

If your TV or projector is announcing everything you do, then the Voice Guide is turned on. Voice Guide is an accessibility function to assist users who are blind or have low vision.

Why is my TV suddenly narrating? ›

If you are hearing an extra narrator describing the action or setting in a show you're watching, you may be hearing the Audio Description Service or Descriptive Video Service (DVS), which is made available to audiences who are blind or visually impaired.

Why is my TV speaking everything I do? ›

Some TVs are equiped with an Accessibility feature. If you are hearing voice narration while preforming an activity on the TV, such as changing the volume, an accessibility function has been turned on.

How do I turn off descriptive narration? ›

Once in the Settings menu, use the arrow buttons to go to Accessibility Settings. Press OK to select it. From Accessibility Settings, use the arrow buttons to go to Audio Description. Press OK to turn audio description On or Off.

How do I get rid of Audio Description? ›

From your device's home screen, tap Settings. From the left, tap Accessibility. Tap Audio Descriptions. Make sure the Audio Descriptions setting is switched off.

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