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Mon 16 Oct 17     6:00     Death On The Set     1935. Drama. Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and filmed at Twickenham Studios. A film director with a murky past swaps places with his gangster double. Starring Henry Kendall and Eve Gray.
Mon 16 Oct 17     7:20     Dante     Friendly Assassin. 1960. Stars Howard Duff, Alan Mowbray & Tom D’Andrea. Dante has put his past behind him but no one believes that he is truly finished with the underworld. (S1, E22)
Mon 16 Oct 17     7:50     Assignment Redhead     1956. Drama. Starring Hollywood’s Richard Denning as the secret agent, Carole Mathews as the luscious nightclub vocalist and Ronald Adam as the chameleon-like criminal. A story of money and crime.
Mon 16 Oct 17     9:25     BFI: When The Pie Was Opened     1941. Factual. Director: Len Lye. A simple tale of a mother cheering up her daughter with a pie from her rationing-stricken pantry is skilfully crafted into a work of real artistic depth.
Mon 16 Oct 17     9:35     Thunder In The City     1937. Comedy. Stars Edward G. Robinson, Nigel Bruce, Constance Collier & Ralph Richardson. A visiting American engages in a bold business promotion, the likes of which the British have never seen.
Mon 16 Oct 17     11:15     Costal Cornwall in 50s – Glimpses     A beautifully shot Family Beach Day on the Cornish Coast, bathing, picnics, rock climbing and making poor nana climb to the top of the hill!
Mon 16 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1953. The Drayton Case. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Victor Platt & Vincent Ball. The aftermath of a wartime air raid reveals the body of a murdered woman. (S1, E1)
Mon 16 Oct 17     12:00     The Galloping Major     1951. Director: Henry Cornelius. Stars Basil Radford, Sidney James, Jimmy Hanley & Janette Scott. A retired British Major wants to get into horse racing but accidently buys the wrong horse.
Mon 16 Oct 17     13:40     BFI: Holiday     1957. Documentary. Directed by John Taylor. Charming music-driven documentary about Blackpool.
Mon 16 Oct 17     14:00     The Big Valley     The Way to Kill a Killer. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. A hard-working Mexican comes to Stockton with a herd of cattle infected with a deadly, infectious disease. (S1, E11)
Mon 16 Oct 17     15:00     The Human Jungle     A Friend of the Sergeant Major. 1963. Director: Don Sharp. Stars Herbert Lom, Alfred Burke & Peter Williams. A Doctor must write an assessment on a soldier who is being court-martialled. (S1, E6)
Mon 16 Oct 17     16:00     Raffles (1930)     1930. Drama. Director: George Fitzmaurice. Stars Ronald Colman, Kay Francis, Bramwell Fletcher & David Torrence. An infamous jewel thief falls in love, and decides to forgo his life of crime.
Mon 16 Oct 17     17:30     Dick Tracy     Fur Pirates. Stars Ralph Byrd & Kay Hughes. A master criminal called The Spider puts the famous detective’s brother under a hypnotic spell and turns him against Dick. (S1, E2)
Mon 16 Oct 17     18:00     Rogue’s Rock     Treasure! 1974. Director Chris McMaster. Stars Clive Morton, Royston Tickner & Harold Goodwin. The return of the hit 70s ITV series, Rogue’s Rock! Where action & adventure await! (S1, E3)
Mon 16 Oct 17     18:30     The Hi-jackers     1963. Drama. Directed by Jim O’Connolly. Starring Anthony Booth & Jacqueline Ellis. A lorry driver meets Shirley at a cafe and offers her a lift. His truck carrying valuable whiskey is later hijacked.
Mon 16 Oct 17     19:50     Inner Sanctum     1948. Thriller. Director: Lew Landers. Stars Charles Russell, Mary Beth Hughes & Dale Belding. A man fleeing the police after having committed a murder hides out in a boarding house in a small town.
Mon 16 Oct 17     21:05     BFI: Cross-Roads     1955. Thriller. Directed by John Fitchen. A highly effective gothic thriller featuring Christopher Lee in what was his first ever supernatural performance. Also stars Ferdy Mayne.
Mon 16 Oct 17     21:25     Scotland Yard     1960. Evidence in Concrete. Directed by Gordon Hales. Starring Russell Napier, Howard Pays and Peter Welch. A young girl’s body found near a busy motorway tells of something sinister. (S1, E34)
Mon 16 Oct 17     22:00     Death Is A Woman     1966. Drama. Director: Frederic Goode. Stars Mark Burns, Wanda Ventham, Patsy Anne Noble & Shaun Curry. An undercover agent is sent to investigate a narcotics smuggling case on a Mediterranean island.
Mon 16 Oct 17     23:40     BFI: Listen to Britain     1942. Factual. A depiction of life in wartime England during the Second World War. Director Humphrey Jennings visits many aspects of civilian life. Stars Leonard Brockington & Joseph Macleod
Mon 16 Oct 17     0:00     The Shout     1978. Horror. Director: Jerzy Skolimowski. Stars Alan Bates, Susannah York, John Hurt & Tim Curry. Once a traveller, now a patient at a mental hospital, claims to have learnt a Aboriginal magic power.
Mon 16 Oct 17     1:45     Fear And Desire     1953. War. Director: Stanley Kubrick. Stars Frank Silvera, Kenneth Harp & Paul Mazursky. Four soldiers trapped behind enemy lines must confront their fears and desires.
Mon 16 Oct 17     3:00     BFI: Lock Your Door     1949. Thriller. Directed by Anthony Gilkison. Algernon Blackwood tells his gothic story, from the series ‘A Strange Experience’.
Mon 16 Oct 17     3:15     The Senator Was Indiscreet     1947. Comedy. A bumbling, long-winded and crooked Southern senator, considered by some as a dark horse for the Presidency, panics his party when his tell-all diary is stolen. Starring William Powell.
Mon 16 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     Palms of Glory. 1965. Stars Richard Long, Peter Breck, Lee Majors, Linda Evans & Barbara Stanwyck. Every property owner is in danger of losing their land due to the trickery of a baron. (S1, E1)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Tue 17 Oct 17     6:00     Roof     1933. Inspector Darrow (Leslie Perrins) investigates the death of a wealthy man (George Zucco).
Tue 17 Oct 17     7:10     Dead End Kids     Short documentary film about the successful series of ‘Dead End Kids’ films of the late 30s and 40s. With recurring stars Leo Gorcey, Jackie Searl, Huntz Hall and Billy Halop.
Tue 17 Oct 17     7:20     Dante     Sesame Key. 1960. Stars Howard Duff, Alan Mowbray & Tom D’Andrea. Dante has put his past behind him but no one believes that he is truly finished with the underworld. (S1, E23)
Tue 17 Oct 17     7:50     Passport To Treason     1956. Crime drama directed by Robert S. Baker and starring Rod Cameron and Lois Maxwell. Clifford, an American private eye, stationed in London for the sake of a murdered friend, takes over a case.
Tue 17 Oct 17     9:30     Glimpses: Brighton In the 50s     Rare footage of 50s Brighton with the trolleybuses, The Pavilion, the famous Victoria Gardens and the promenade.
Tue 17 Oct 17     9:35     Cone of Silence     1960. Drama. Director: Charles Frend. Stars Michael Craig, Peter Cushing & Bernard Lee. A veteran pilot faces a court inquiry after a jet airliner crashes. His daughter fights to clear his name.
Tue 17 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1953. The Missing Man. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Tristan Rawson & Evelyn Moore. The Dream of a Retired Vicar’s wife sets police on the trail of a man who has been missing since 1938. (S1, E2)
Tue 17 Oct 17     12:00     Blackout     1950. Crime Noir with Maxwell Reed and Dinah Sheridan. An ambulance drops a blind patient to the wrong address, where he stumbles over a dead body.
Tue 17 Oct 17     13:25     BFI: The Burning     1967. Drama. A first time short by the famous director Stephen Frears. Set in South Africa in changing times.
Tue 17 Oct 17     14:00     The Big Valley     Night of the Wolf. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. Nick is bitten by a rabid wolf. Expecting death, he leaves the ranch and Stockton without any explanation. (S1, E12)
Tue 17 Oct 17     15:00     The Human Jungle     14 Ghosts. 1963. Stars Herbert Lom, Michael Johnson & Sally Smith. Lady Shaw, wife of a High Court Judge, is caught stealing in a department store. (S1, E7)
Tue 17 Oct 17     16:00     After The Ball     1957. Musical. Director: Compton Bennett. Stars Pat Kirkwood, Laurence Harvey & Jerry Stovin. The biographical telling of the great music hall singer Vesta Tilley, who married into the nobility.
Tue 17 Oct 17     17:40     It Could Be You     The film follows two London models on their journey through Germany as their prize for winning a newspaper competition. Starring Adrienne Scot, Jackie Collins & Phillip Baird.
Tue 17 Oct 17     18:00     Seven Days to Noon     1950. Drama. Directors: John & Roy Boulting. Stars Barry Jones, Andre Morell, Joan Hickson & Olive Sloane. A scientist steals an atomic bomb and threatens to detonate it in London.
Tue 17 Oct 17     19:50     Barbados Quest     1955. Crime Drama. Starring Tom Conway, Delphi Lawrence & Brian Worth. Philatelist J.D. Everleigh hires a detective to investigate his purchase of a rare Barbados overprint stamp which may be forged
Tue 17 Oct 17     21:10     BFI: Village School     1940. Factual. Buckinghamshire schoolteacher, Mrs James, is the star of this WWII propaganda film. It shows how evacuees from surrounding towns adapt to village life and wartime conditions.
Tue 17 Oct 17     21:25     Scotland Yard     1961. The Silent Weapon. Directed by Peter Duffell. Staring Geoffrey Keen, Stanley Morgan and Norma Parnell. A horse rider is found dead in suspicious circumstances. (S1, E35)
Tue 17 Oct 17     22:00     What A Crazy World     1963. Musical. Directed by Michael Carreras. Stars Joe Brown, Susan Maughan, Harry H Corbett and Marty Wilde. An East End lad, Alf Hitchens, dreams of hitting the big time in the music business.
Tue 17 Oct 17     23:45     Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde     1953. Clips from the 1920 film adaptation of the classic tale, Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde – produced by Paul Killiam (original 1920 film stars John Barrymore, Martha Mansfield & Brandon Hurst)
Tue 17 Oct 17     0:00     The Final Programme     1974. Sci-Fi. Director: Robert Fuest. Stars Jon Finch, Jenny Runacre, Sterling Hayden & Patrick Magee. Scientists believe they can move humanity to the next level by recreating a perfect human.
Tue 17 Oct 17     1:50     Sky Liner     1949. Thriller. Director: William Berke. Stars Richard Travis, Pamela Blake & Rochelle Hudson. An FBI Agent finds himself caught up in Cold War espionage when he boards a plane heading west.
Tue 17 Oct 17     3:05     Glimpses: Charlie Chaplin     Chaplin will try anything to escape the police on his tail in this comedy short
Tue 17 Oct 17     3:10     Honeymoon     1947. Comedy. A prospective bride and groom have misadventures in Mexico City. Starring Shirley Temple, Franchot Tone and Guy Madison.
Tue 17 Oct 17     4:35     Glimpses: Boarding House Blues     1931. Stars Louise Fadenza, Iriving Bacon & Max Davidson. Anarchy reigns at Mrs Fitts’ boarding house where the residents are just as loony as the staff.
Tue 17 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     Forty Rifles. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. With a massive cattle drive about to begin, Heath has problems gaining the respect of the 40 hands needed to carry it off (S1, E2)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Wed 18 Oct 17     6:00     Open All Night     1934. Anton (Frank Vosper) is an exiled Russian grand-duke but works as a night manager in a hotel with tragic consequences. Stars Leslie Perrins.
Wed 18 Oct 17     7:15     Dante     Around A Dark Corner. 1960. Stars Howard Duff, Alan Mowbray & Tom D’Andrea. Dante has put his past behind him but no one believes that he is truly finished with the underworld. (S1, E24)
Wed 18 Oct 17     7:45     The Voice Of Merrill     1952. Crime Drama. Directed by John Gilling. Starring Valerie Hobson, James Robertson Justice & Sam Kydd. A dying author frames a radio narrator for killing his secretary.
Wed 18 Oct 17     9:25     Carry On Children – Glimpses     1940. Wartime public information film detailing the health service facilities available to Britain’s children. From Mothercraft classes to PE lessons and school dinners.
Wed 18 Oct 17     9:40     Guilt Is My Shadow     1950. Drama. Directed by Roy Kellino. Stars Patrick Holt, Elizabeth Sellars and Peter Reynolds. A farmer is enjoying an idyllic life in Devon, until his nephew arrives on the run from the police.
Wed 18 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1953. The Candlelight Murder. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Jack Lambert, Gerald Case, Robert Cawdron & Clifford Buckton. An inspector unmasks the killer of an elderly hermit. (S1, E3)
Wed 18 Oct 17     12:00     I’ll Get You For This     1951. Drama. Director Joseph M. Newman. Stars George Raft, Coleen Gray & Enzo Staiola. A gambler discovers he has been framed for the murder of a Treasury Agent and goes on a journey to clear his name
Wed 18 Oct 17     13:40     Glimpses: Cornwall Calling     1930. Excellently photographed film of an Austin engine being filled into a yacht, then sailing around Cornwall visiting coastal villages from Rye to The Lizard. Some villages by Austin Motorcar.
Wed 18 Oct 17     14:00     The Big Valley     The Guilt of Matt Bentell. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. Heath lashes out at the new timber camp foreman; once the sadistic commandant of a Confederate prison camp. (S1, E13)
Wed 18 Oct 17     15:00     The Human Jungle     Fine Feathers. 1963. Stars Herbert Lom, Michael Johnson & Sally Smith. A young couple seem to be living above their means. Penny claims she’s using a legacy to shower her husband with gifts. (S1, E8)
Wed 18 Oct 17     16:00     All Over The Town     1949. Drama. Director: Derek N. Twist. Norman Wooland, Sarah Churchill, Bryan Forbes & James Hayter. After serving in the RAF during WW2, Nat Hearn struggles to return to his pre-war job.
Wed 18 Oct 17     17:45     BFI: Village School     1940. Factual. Buckinghamshire schoolteacher, Mrs James, is the star of this WWII propaganda film. It shows how evacuees from surrounding towns adapt to village life and wartime conditions.
Wed 18 Oct 17     18:00     The Boy Who Stole a Million     1960. Comedy. Directed by Charles Crichton. Stars Maurice Reyna, George Coulouris & Warren Mitchell. In this British made film, a young lad working in a bank ‘borrows’ a million to fix his dad’s taxi.
Wed 18 Oct 17     19:40     BFI: Rover Makes Good     1952. Drama. Director: John Dooley. Stars Francis Lunt, Malcolm Doney & Felicity Always. This early film from the Children’s Film Foundation was shot around Callington in picturesque 1950s Cornwall.
Wed 18 Oct 17     20:00     A Family At War     1971. Hope Against Hope. Created by John Finch. Stars Colin Douglas & Shelagh Fraser. Michael battles his conscience as Edwin and Jean clash over Margaret’s pregnancy. (S2, E6)
Wed 18 Oct 17     21:00     Gillian Hills Interview     2016. The star of BEAT GIRL recalls her experiences working on the film.
Wed 18 Oct 17     21:25     Scotland Yard     1961. The Grand Junction Case. Directed by Peter Duffell. Starring Russell Napier and Howard Pays. A woman’s dismembered body is found in a canal and her tattoo gives Duggan a lead. (S1, E36)
Wed 18 Oct 17     22:00     Three Came Home     1950. True story of a woman imprisoned in several Japanese war camps. She struggles to protect her young son. Stars Claudette Colbert.
Wed 18 Oct 17     0:05     Dementia 13     1963. 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.
Wed 18 Oct 17     1:35     White Cargo     1973. Comedy. Day-dreamer, Albert (David Jason) has hopes of being a superhero and saving the girls.
Wed 18 Oct 17     3:05     The Spiritualist     1948. Thriller. Director: Bernard Vorhaus. Stars Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Cathy O’Donnell & Richard Carlson. Christine thinks she can hear her late husband calling out of the surf on the beach one night
Wed 18 Oct 17     4:40     Glimpses – Journey Into France     Educational travelogue directed & photographed by Gunther V. Fritsch. Remarkable footage of a journey through France in the early ’50s, mainly by boat along the rivers and canals.
Wed 18 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     Boots with My Father’s Name. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. A memorial to Tom Barkley, and his last pair of dress boots, stir memories of him for Victoria and Heath. (S1, E3)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Thu 19 Oct 17     6:00     Avenging Hand     1936. Drama. Directed by Frank Richardson. Stars: Noah Beery, Louis Borel, Kathleen Kelly. An old match seller is murdered but it’s left to an American gangster to find the killer.
Thu 19 Oct 17     7:20     BFI: Kid From Canada     1957. Family. Directed by Kay Mander and starring Bernard Braden, Bobby Stevenson and Christopher Braden. Cousins learn to get along when a man’s life is in danger.
Thu 19 Oct 17     8:10     Mysterious Mr Nicholson     1947. Crime drama. Directed by Oswald Mitchell and starring Anthony Hulme, Lesley Osmond and Frank Hawkins. A solicitors’ clerk is sent to deliver a will and finds the recipient murdered.
Thu 19 Oct 17     9:40     The Big Job     1965. Comedy. A gang of crooks are caught on a big job. 15 years later they find their loot is now buried under a police station. Stars Sidney James, Sylvia Syms, Dick Emery & Joan Sims.
Thu 19 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1954. The Blazing Caravan. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Edgar Driver, Alan Robinson & Betty Carter. A Salesman turns murderer after learning that his client has just won the football pools. (S1, E4)
Thu 19 Oct 17     12:00     The Green Man     1956. 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.
Thu 19 Oct 17     13:35     BFI: Juno Helps Out     1953. Family. CFF. Director: William C. Hammond. When two school kids step in to try and help their peaky mum with the housework, family dog Juno (Trained by Barbara Woodhouse) is enlisted too.
Thu 19 Oct 17     14:00     The Big Valley     The Brawlers. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. The leader of a group of six families from Ireland believes he has a claim on Barkley land. (S1, E14)
Thu 19 Oct 17     15:00     The Human Jungle     The Wall. 1963. Stars Herbert Lom, Michael Johnson & Sally Smith. The sudden unorthodox behaviour of Jan Zapotski leads his bewildered but devoted parents and in-laws to consult Dr Corder. (S1, E9)
Thu 19 Oct 17     16:00     The Fabulous Dorseys     1947. Musical. Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey play themselves in this rise and rise story of the fabulous Dorsey brothers.
Thu 19 Oct 17     17:45     Concorde In Flight – Glimpses     1969. Silver Screen Presents, Concorde. The first test flight from Toulouse, France, made with the British Airports Authorities. Includes shots of Trafalgar Square & the Royal family viewing the event
Thu 19 Oct 17     18:00     My Brother’s Keeper     1948. Thriller. Directed by Alfred Roome and starring Jack Warner, George Cole, David Tomlinson and Bill Owen. Two convicts escape, handcuffed to each other, and things get worse when they’re seen.
Thu 19 Oct 17     19:45     Paul Temple’s Triumph     1950. Nettlefold Films production directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley & Dinah Sheridan. Paul Temple is on the hunt for a kidnapped scientist who’s invented a secret formula.
Thu 19 Oct 17     21:25     Scotland Yard     1961. The Never Never Murder. Directed by Peter Duffell. Starring Russell Napier, Genine Graham and Maurice Good. A dead body sets the police on the track of a fraudster. (S1, E37)
Thu 19 Oct 17     22:00     What’s Good For The Goose     1969. Comedy. Stars Norman Wisdom, Sally Geeson & Sarah Atkinson. A middle-aged timid banker in a timid relationship meets two teenage hitchhikers who open his eyes to a fun-filled free-love world.
Thu 19 Oct 17     0:00     Seven Days to Noon     1950. Drama. Directors: John & Roy Boulting. Stars Barry Jones, Andre Morell, Joan Hickson & Olive Sloane. A scientist steals an atomic bomb and threatens to detonate it in London.
Thu 19 Oct 17     1:55     Carnival of Souls     1962. Horror. Director: Herk Harvey. Stars Candace Hilligoss, & Frances Feist. After surviving a car accident, Mary takes a job as a church organist, but is interrupted by visions of a fiendish man.
Thu 19 Oct 17     3:30     Day in Devon in the 50s – Glimpses     Beautifully shot amateur colour footage of a family trip to Devon in the 50s.
Thu 19 Oct 17     3:45     Up In The Air     1940. Comedy. Director: Howard Bretherton. Stars Frankie Darro, Marjorie Reynolds & Mantan Moreland. An unpopular radio singer is murdered on air. It is up to the radio page boy to solve the mystery.
Thu 19 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     The Young Marauders. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. Audra is attracted to a handsome stranger who saves her life during a horse stampede. (S1, E4)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Fri 20 Oct 17     6:00     House Broken     1936. Two women plan to get rid of an unwelcome house-guest. Stars Louis Borell & Enid Stamp-Taylor.
Fri 20 Oct 17     7:25     Charles Chaplin: Work     1915. Comedy. Stars Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance & Charles Inslee. Chaos rules as Charlie is the over-worked assistant to a wallpaper-hanger at a couple’s home, and everything seems to go wrong.
Fri 20 Oct 17     8:00     The Wedding Of Lilli Marlene     1953. War Time Drama. Lilli will not marry her love, an American reporter, until she becomes a star. Starring Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott and Sid James.
Fri 20 Oct 17     9:45     For Better, For Worse     1954. Comedy. Directed by J Lee Thompson and Starring Dirk Bogarde, Susan Stephen and Cecil Parker. Tony wants to marry Anne, but his father-in-law to be has some conditions first…
Fri 20 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1954. The Dark Stairway. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Vincent Ball & George Manship. A blind man who is witness to a murder on a darkened stairway is asked to identify the killer. (S1, E5)
Fri 20 Oct 17     12:00     The Night Has Eyes     1942. Thriller. Director: Leslie Arliss. Stars James Mason, Wilfrid Lawson, Joyce Howard & Mary Clare. Two school teachers take refuge in an isolated house in the Yorkshire Moors when a storm breaks.
Fri 20 Oct 17     13:35     Dick Tracy     The Stratosphere Adventure. Stars Ralph Byrd & Kay Hughes. A master criminal called The Spider puts the famous detective’s brother under a hypnotic spell and turns him against Dick. (S1, E5)
Fri 20 Oct 17     14:00     The Big Valley     Judgement in Heaven. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. The girlfriend of a murderous outlaw is released from jail so she can spend Christmas with the Barkleys. (S1, E15)
Fri 20 Oct 17     15:00     The Human Jungle     A Women With Scars. 1963. Stars Herbert Lom, Michael Johnson & Sally Smith. An MP suddenly discovers that his much younger wife is having strange compulsions. (S1, E10)
Fri 20 Oct 17     16:00     His Girl Friday     1940. Drama. Director: Howard Hawks. Stars Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell & Ralph Bellamy. A newspaper editor tries everything to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying.
Fri 20 Oct 17     17:50     BFI: When The Pie Was Opened     1941. Factual. Director: Len Lye. A simple tale of a mother cheering up her daughter with a pie from her rationing-stricken pantry is skilfully crafted into a work of real artistic depth.
Fri 20 Oct 17     18:00     Hot Enough For June     1964. Comedy. Directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Dirk Bogarde, Sylva Koscina, Robert Morley and Leo McKern. British Intelligence sends a Czech-speaking British writer to Prague on a mission.
Fri 20 Oct 17     20:00     The Limping Man     1953. Crime. Frank (Lloyd Bridges), an American, returns to England to see his war-time sweetheart (Moira Lister) but witnesses a shooting whilst leaving the plane.
Fri 20 Oct 17     21:25     Scotland Yard     1961. Wings of Death. Directed by Allan Davis. Starring Harry H. Corbett, Peter Bowles and Simon Lack. A light aeroplane comes down in Kent, killing the pilot. It was no accident… (S1, E38)
Fri 20 Oct 17     22:00     Hands Of The Ripper     1971. Horror. Director: Peter Sasdy. Stars Eric Porter, Jane Merrow, Angharad Rees & Dora Bryan. Jack the Ripper’s daughter seems possessed by her father’s spirit 15 years after her mother’s murder.
Fri 20 Oct 17     23:40     Dick Tracy     Dangerous Waters. Stars Ralph Byrd & Kay Hughes. A master criminal called The Spider puts the famous detective’s brother under a hypnotic spell and turns him against Dick. (S1, E3)
Fri 20 Oct 17     0:00     Beast in the Cellar     1970. Horror. Something is killing British soldiers. Is a terrifying beast at large? Or something even stranger and more deadly? Starring Flora Robson, Beryl Reid, Tessa Wyatt & John Hamill.
Fri 20 Oct 17     1:45     House on Haunted Hill     1959. Horror. Directed by William Castle. Starring Vincent Price & Carol Ohmart. A millionaire invites five people to a ‘haunted house’ party, and whoever makes it through the night earns $10,000.
Fri 20 Oct 17     3:20     Perfect Woman     1978. Two dumb aliens are sent to earth to find an earthwoman suitable to be the wife of their leader. Stars Cameron Mitchell.
Fri 20 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. After 30 years a man comes back to the Valley to claim land promised to him by the late Tom Barkley. (S1, E5)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Sat 21 Oct 17     6:00     The Ghost Camera     1933. Crime drama with Henry Kendall, Ida Lupino (her first full feature) and one of John Mills’ early films. A lost camera contains a photo of a murder.
Sat 21 Oct 17     7:20     Talkies: John Finch & His Crew     John Finch discusses the difficulty of finding writers and actors who had wartime experience they could draw on for their performances. Also what would he change?
Sat 21 Oct 17     7:25     Love In Pawn     1953. Comedy. Penniless couple Roger (Bernard Braden) and Jean (Barbara Kelly) will get £10,000 if Roger can live a sober and profitable life. Starring Reg Dixon and John Laurie.
Sat 21 Oct 17     9:00     Scotland Yard     1959. The Ghost Train Murder. Directed by Geoffrey Muller. Starring Russell Napier, Gorgon Needham and Mary Laura Wood. A Hungarian girl is found murdered; stabbed by knitting needles. (S1, E31)
Sat 21 Oct 17     9:35     Hovercraft – Glimpses     Short Educational film about the daily workings of the SR.N4 hovercrafts which used to cross the English Channel detailing the features of the crafts and passengers’ experiences.
Sat 21 Oct 17     9:50     The Break     1963. Crime Drama. Directed by Lance Comfort. When writer Greg Parker (Tony Britton) goes on holiday, little does he expect to be lodging in the same B&B as an escaped murderer (William Lucas).
Sat 21 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1960. The Dover Road Mystery. Directed by Gerard Bryant. Starring Geoffrey Keen, Edward Cast and Leonard Sachs. A stolen car used in a bank robbery proves too fast for the squad car. (S1, E32)
Sat 21 Oct 17     12:00     Snowbound     1948. 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.
Sat 21 Oct 17     13:40     Talkies: John Finch on Themes     John Finch, Creator of Spoils of War, a Family at War and Sam, discusses the common theme of his works
Sat 21 Oct 17     13:45     Esther Waters     1948. Drama. Director: Ian Dalrymple & Peter Proud. Stars Dirk Bogarde, Kathleen Ryan & Cyril Cusack & Ivor Barnard. Esther goes into service in Victorian England, only to be seduced by footman Willia
Sat 21 Oct 17     16:00     Waterloo Road     1944. Drama. Director: Sidney Gilliat. Stars Stewart Granger, John Mills, Alastair Sim & Joy Shelton. After Jim reports for military duty, he suspects that his bride has been seeing another man.
Sat 21 Oct 17     17:35     Glimpses – Growth of London     1951. A look at the rapid growth of London throughout history following its transformation from the Roman settlement of Londinium to the thriving metropolis it is today.
Sat 21 Oct 17     18:00     The Cassandra Crossing     1976. Drama. Director: George P Cosmatos. Stars Sophia Loren, Richard Harris, Ava Gardner, Burt Lancaster & Martin Sheen. Passengers of a European train can’t escape after a deadly virus is planted.
Sat 21 Oct 17     20:35     Stormy Crossing     1958. 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.
Sat 21 Oct 17     22:00     The Smallest Show On Earth     1957. Comedy. Director: Basil Dearden. Stars Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers, Virginia McKenna & Bill Travers. A couple inherit a small cinema are shocked to find a decrepit building.
Sat 21 Oct 17     23:40     Dick Tracy     Harbour Pursuit. Stars Ralph Byrd & Kay Hughes. A master criminal called The Spider puts the famous detective’s brother under a hypnotic spell and turns him against Dick. (S1, E7)
Sat 21 Oct 17     0:00     Hell Drivers     1957. Drama. Directed by C. Raker Endfiled and stars Stanley Baker, David McCallum, Sid James and Sean Connery. Tom signs up as a ‘Hell Driver’, but the death-trap roads are the least of his problems.
Sat 21 Oct 17     2:10     Man In The Attic     1953. Thriller. Director: Hugo Fregonese. Stars Jack Palance, Constance Smith & Byron Palmer. A Landlady begins to suspect her new tenant is Jack the Ripper when a self-described pathologist moves in
Sat 21 Oct 17     3:50     Up With the Lark     1943. Musical. Directed by Phil Brandon. Starring Ethel Revnell, Gracie West & Adrienne Fancey. Ethel and Gracie pursue a gang of robbers to their secret headquarters in the countryside.
Sat 21 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     Heritage. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. In the town of Lonesome Camp, the Barkleys’ investment in a mine is threatened when labor unrest leads to a violent strike. (S1, E6)
           
DATE     TIME     PROGRAMME     SYNOPSIS
Sun 22 Oct 17     6:00     No Lady     1931. Hen-pecked Mr. Pog (Lupino Lane) takes his wife and children to Blackpool but is mistaken for an international criminal.
Sun 22 Oct 17     7:25     The Lost City     1997. Acton. After surviving a helicopter crash in the uncharted South African wilderness, two young men, a girl and a renegade thief discover an ancient city unknown to civilization.
Sun 22 Oct 17     9:20     Silver Fleet     1943. War. Directors: Vernon Sewell & Gordon Wellesley. Stars Ralph Richardson, Googie Withers & Esmond Knight. The Gestapo, anxious for operational submarines, meet with the owner of a Dutch port.
Sun 22 Oct 17     11:05     BFI: Rover Makes Good     1952. Drama. Director: John Dooley. Stars Francis Lunt, Malcolm Doney & Felicity Always. This early film from the Children’s Film Foundation was shot around Callington in picturesque 1950s Cornwall.
Sun 22 Oct 17     11:25     Scotland Yard     1960. The Last Train. Directed by Geoffrey Muller. Starring Russell Napier, Norman Johns and Lisa Daniely. Duggan investigates a murder in the London Underground. (S1, E33)
Sun 22 Oct 17     12:00     Esther Waters     1948. Drama. Director: Ian Dalrymple & Peter Proud. Stars Dirk Bogarde, Kathleen Ryan & Cyril Cusack & Ivor Barnard. Esther goes into service in Victorian England, only to be seduced by footman Willia
Sun 22 Oct 17     14:20     Sons of the Desert     1933. Comedy. Director: William A. Seiter. Stars Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Mae Busch and Lucien Littlefield. Stan and Ollie trick their wives into thinking that they are taking a medicinal cruise.
Sun 22 Oct 17     15:40     In The Park     1915. Comedy. Stars Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance & Bud Jamison. This farce in the park involves pickpockets, mistaken identity, brick fights, and jealousy.
Sun 22 Oct 17     16:00     Waterloo Road     1944. Drama. Director: Sidney Gilliat. Stars Stewart Granger, John Mills, Alastair Sim & Joy Shelton. After Jim reports for military duty, he suspects that his bride has been seeing another man.
Sun 22 Oct 17     17:35     Getting an Eyeful     1938. Comedy short directed by William Watson. Nickolai (Danny Kaye) needs an eye test and is the first patient of ‘eyetestometist’ Henry Groper
Sun 22 Oct 17     18:00     Albert R.N.     1953. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Starring Jack Warner, Robert Beatty and Anthony Steel. With the help of a life-like dummy, Allied forces are escaping a POW camp. Based on a true story.
Sun 22 Oct 17     19:45     BFI: The District Nurse     1942. Factual. Directed John Page. The diary of a typical working day and the non-stop work of a wartime district nurse.
Sun 22 Oct 17     20:00     A Family At War     1971. A Time To Be Born. Created by John Finch. Stars Colin Douglas & Shelagh Fraser. Sefton gets into trouble over his investment in a pig. Margaret is taken into hospital. (S2, E7)
Sun 22 Oct 17     21:00     The Human Jungle     The Flip Side Man. 1963. Stars Herbert Lom, Michael Johnson & Sally Smith. A successful pop singer fears for his career and he is convinced he has a doppelganger. (S1, E2)
Sun 22 Oct 17     22:00     The Cassandra Crossing     1976. Drama. Director: George P Cosmatos. Stars Sophia Loren, Richard Harris, Ava Gardner, Burt Lancaster & Martin Sheen. Passengers of a European train can’t escape after a deadly virus is planted.
Sun 22 Oct 17     0:35     Quartet     1948. Drama. Director Ken Annakin, Arthur Crabtree, Harold French & Ralph Smart. Stars Cecil Parker, Dirk Bogarde & George Cole. Four of Somerset Maugham’s stories brought to the screen.
Sun 22 Oct 17     3:00     The Brain Machine     1955. Thriller. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Maxwell Reed, Patrick Barr, Elizabeth Allen & Russell Napier. Dr Philippa uses ‘The Brain Machine’ to reveal abnormalities within the brain of a murderer.
Sun 22 Oct 17     4:40     Dick Tracy     Trail Of The Spider. Stars Ralph Byrd & Kay Hughes. A master criminal called The Spider puts the famous detective’s brother under a hypnotic spell and turns him against Dick. (S1, E8)
Sun 22 Oct 17     5:00     The Big Valley     Winner Lose All. 1965. Stars: Richard Long, Peter Breck and Lee Majors. Heath falls in love with Maria, who is returning home from school. However, her father believes him to be impure. (S1, E7)
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