TV GUIDE

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Today, 24 April

01:15

The Hit

Thriller starring James Russo (Django Unchained, 2012), who aims to bring together rivalling rap record labels, but instead becomes the target of a local mobs attacks… (2007)

03:00

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Powerful melodrama tracing how the tides of war tear a family apart as they join opposing sides during the Nazi conflict. Glenn Ford stars. (1961) Contains flashing images

06:00

Flipper's New Adventure

Further watery exploits for everyone's favourite dolphin as our fearless aquatic hero and his human sidekick take on some wicked convicts bent on blackmail. D: Leon Benson (1964)

07:40

Whale Rider

Star Keisha Castle-Hughes was Oscar nominated for her performance as a young Maori girl who wants to be chief in a male dominated society. Based on a novel (2002)

09:20

Murder Most Foul

Miss Marple takes to the stage to prove the innocence of a young man accused of murder. Margaret Rutherford gives a delightful performance. D: George Pollock (1964)

11:15

Escape From Fort Bravo

Western, set in Arizona during the Civil War, with William Holden as a ruthless POW camp commander who proves no match for the charms of a rebel agent. D: John Sturges (1953)

13:15

Lassie Come Home

The first - and perhaps the best - of the famous canine adventures, with Elizabeth Taylor and Roddy McDowall as the youngsters fighting to take Lassie home. D: Fred M Wilcox (1943)

15:00

Somebody Up There Likes Me

An accomplished and often brutal biopic of the boxing legend Rocky Graziano, who fought against his roots to become world champion. D: Robert Wise (1956)

17:50

Doctor Zhivago

Oscar-winning romantic epic, based on Pasternak's novel. Omar Sharif is the Russian doctor whose turbulent love life is overtaken by the Russian Revolution. D: David Lean (1965)

21:00

Sweet Sixteen

Crime drama from Ken Loach (Kes) following a teenager in a tough working class neighbourhood trying to raise money for a home. (2002)

22:45

The Arrangement

A successful New York advertising executive jettisons his career and marriage to live a 'free' life. Starring Kirk Douglas, Faye Dunaway and Deborah Kerr.

Tomorrow, 25 April

00:55

Sweet Sixteen

Crime drama from Ken Loach (Kes) following a teenager in a tough working class neighbourhood trying to raise money for a home. (2002)

02:50

The Arrangement

A successful New York advertising executive jettisons his career and marriage to live a 'free' life. Starring Kirk Douglas, Faye Dunaway and Deborah Kerr.

06:00

Lassie Come Home

The first - and perhaps the best - of the famous canine adventures, with Elizabeth Taylor and Roddy McDowall as the youngsters fighting to take Lassie home. D: Fred M Wilcox (1943)

07:30

Somebody Up There Likes Me

An accomplished and often brutal biopic of the boxing legend Rocky Graziano, who fought against his roots to become world champion. D: Robert Wise (1956)

09:55

Doctor Zhivago

Oscar-winning romantic epic, based on Pasternak's novel. Omar Sharif is the Russian doctor whose turbulent love life is overtaken by the Russian Revolution. D: David Lean (1965)

13:15

Son Of Lassie

It's Laddie, rather than his mum Lassie, who hogs the action in this tale of doggy daring-do as he tackles the Nazis alongside bomber pilot Peter Lawford. D: Simon S Sylvan (1945)

15:00

Smokey and the Bandit

Fast-paced action high speed car chases in this classic comedy starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field as they are pursued across Southern America by a sheriff and his son.

16:35

Sunday in New York

Enjoyable and sexy comedy, with Jane Fonda as a young woman debating whether to surrender her virginity or hold out until her wedding day. D: Peter Tewksbury (1963)

18:25

Cheyenne Autumn

Veteran director John Ford’s spectacular western stars Richard Widmark and Carroll Baker as members of a proud Cheyenne tribe desperate to find reserves in the barren desert.

21:00

Saw 2

A horror sequel, considered a box office hit and the highest grossing Saw film in U.S and Canada. A police officer and his son are among eight trapped by a psychotic killer. (2005)

22:35

Point Blank

Lee Marvin is the gangster who returns to wreak revenge on those who double-crossed him and left him for dead. D: John Boorman (1967)

Saturday, 26 April

00:05

Saw 2

A horror sequel, considered a box office hit and the highest grossing Saw film in U.S and Canada. A police officer and his son are among eight trapped by a psychotic killer. (2005)

01:40

Point Blank

Lee Marvin is the gangster who returns to wreak revenge on those who double-crossed him and left him for dead. D: John Boorman (1967)

03:15

Kismet

Lavish Arabian nights musical, with Howard Keel as a poet-beggar with supposedly mystical powers. D: Vincente Minnelli (1955)

06:00

Son Of Lassie

It's Laddie, rather than his mum Lassie, who hogs the action in this tale of doggy daring-do as he tackles the Nazis alongside bomber pilot Peter Lawford. D: Simon S Sylvan (1945)

07:40

Smokey and the Bandit

Fast-paced action high speed car chases in this classic comedy starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field as they are pursued across Southern America by a sheriff and his son.

09:15

Cheyenne Autumn

Veteran director John Ford’s spectacular western stars Richard Widmark and Carroll Baker as members of a proud Cheyenne tribe desperate to find reserves in the barren desert.

11:45

Sunday in New York

Enjoyable and sexy comedy, with Jane Fonda as a young woman debating whether to surrender her virginity or hold out until her wedding day. D: Peter Tewksbury (1963)

13:25

The Secret Partner

A London shipping tycoon finds himself blackmailed by an evil dentist, who threatens to expose a previous conviction for embezzlement. D: Basil Dearden (1961)

15:00

The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Debbie Reynolds gives a vivacious performance in this musical as the real-life socialite who earned her nickname following her heroism aboard the Titanic. D: Charles Walters (1964)

17:10

Dial M For Murder

When Tony Wendice discovers his wife had an affair he decides to kill her but nothing is simple in Hitchcock's classic murderous tale. D: Alfred Hitchcock (1954)

18:55

Kismet

Lavish Arabian nights musical, with Howard Keel as a poet-beggar with supposedly mystical powers. D: Vincente Minnelli (1955)

21:00

Vanity Fair

Golden Lion nominated costume drama, based on the novel, with a poor young woman (Reese Witherspoon) climbing up the social ladder. Also with Gabriel Byrne, Bob Hoskins. (2004)

23:30

Cool Hand Luke

Paul Newman is iconic as a prisoner refusing to let his surroundings get him down. Five Oscar Nominations and a Best Supporting Actor Oscar (George Kennedy). D: S. Rosenburg (1967)

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