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Week 1: Listings for Thriller

Date:
Saturday, July 28
Title:
The 39 Steps
When a woman is murdered in his home, Richard Hannay finds himself on the run from the killers and police. Only by unmasking a conspiracy can he prove his innocence.
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BBC TWO, 1.15pm
Date:
Saturday, July 28
Title:
The Lady Vanishes
An English girl on a train from Switzerland befriends an old woman. But when the woman disappears, her fellow passengers deny ever having seen her.
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BBC TWO, 2.40pm
Date:
Saturday, July 28
Title:
British Film Forever
The history of the British thriller, featuring exclusive interviews with Sir Michael Caine, Lord Attenborough, Guy Ritchie and Daniel Craig.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Saturday, July 28
Title:
Dirty Pretty Things
An illegal immigrant discovers shady activities at the hotel where he works, but can he risk doing the right thing in his precarious position?
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BBC TWO, 10.45pm
Date:
Sunday, July 29
Title:
Gumshoe
A Liverpudlian comedian and bingo-caller fantasizes about becoming a private eye like Philip Marlowe, and inadvertently stumbles across a murder.
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BBC TWO, 12.15am
Date:
Sunday, July 29
Title:
Young And Innocent
The prime suspect in a murder case escapes and tries to find the true culprit, with the help of the daughter of the chief of police.
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BBC TWO, 10.30am
Date:
Sunday, July 29
Title:
Obsession
Driven mad by his wife's continuous adultery, the resourceful Dr. Clive Riordan plots to kill her latest lover down in his strange laboratory.
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BBC TWO, 11.50am
Date:
Sunday, July 29
Title:
From Russia With Love
The superspy is on the trail of a top secret Russian decoding device alongside glamorous defector Tatiana Romanova, but will an ingenious trap be the end of Bond?
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Monday, July 30
Title:
Noose
An American fashion journalist and her ex-commando fiance take on a black market racketeer and Soho nightclub owner.
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BBC TWO, 12.15am
Date:
Tuesday, July 31
Title:
A Cottage on Dartmoor
Joe, a barber's assistant infatuated with his colleague Sally takes drastic action when she spurns him for a local farmer.
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BBC TWO, 1.30am
Date:
Tuesday, July 31
Title:
Goldfinger
Bond is on the hunt for Goldfinger, a man obsessed with the precious metal who's planning a scheme that will alter the economies of the Western world.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, July 31
Title:
The Ipcress File
Suave secret agent and culinary enthusiast, Harry Palmer, exposes a double agent who kidnaps British scientists to sabotage their work.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 1
Title:
Pulp
A pulp fiction writer is hired to ghost-write the memoirs of faded Hollywood star rumoured to have mafia connections, who's murdered soon after they meet.
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BBC TWO, 1.05am
Date:
Wednesday, August 1
Title:
Odd Man Out
A badly wounded IRA Gunman with divided loyalties is hindered and helped in his attempts to escape from the authorities in Belfast.
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BBC TWO, 11.35am
Date:
Wednesday, August 1
Title:
Hell Drivers
An ex-con takes a job as a ballast driver in a tough company, where he encounters a world of dangerous conditions, murderous rivalry and corruption.
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BBC TWO, 11.50pm
Date:
Thursday, August 2
Title:
Clash By Night
A bus load of prisoners is hijacked and its passengers locked in a petrol soaked barn. But with sparks flying on Bonfire Night, can they escape?
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BBC TWO, 1.35am
Date:
Friday, August 3
Title:
Following
A solitary writer stalks strangers through the streets of London for literary inspiration, only to be lured into a world of crime by one of his targets.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am
Date:
Friday, August 3
Title:
Scarlet Thread
A sleazy petty criminal accidentally kills an innocent bystander during a bungled robbery, then asks a professorís daughter for protection.
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BBC TWO, 1.15am

Week 2: Listings for Love and Romance

Date:
Saturday, August 4
Title:
I Know Where I'm Going!
A woman travels to a remote Scottish island where she plans to marry an old industrialist for his money, but she falls for another man along the way.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Saturday, August 4
Title:
The Red Shoes
A promising young ballet dancer is torn between her love for a brilliant composer and her career with the famous Ballet Lermontov.
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BBC TWO, 2.25pm
Date:
Saturday, August 4
Title:
British Film Forever
The history of romance in British cinema, featuring interviews with Richard Curtis. Michael Caine, Kate Winslet and Steve Coogan.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Saturday, August 4
Title:
Gregory's Girl
Awkward teenager Gregory falls for the school's newest and most controversial soccer star, Dorothy. But the course of true love never did run smooth.
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BBC TWO, 10.30pm
Date:
Saturday, August 4
Title:
The Seventh Veil
A celebrated pianist attempts suicide and explains to her psychiatrist what drove her to it, revealing a life dominated by an obsessive guardian.
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BBC TWO, 12am
Date:
Sunday, August 5
Title:
Tiger Bay
A seven-year-old girl witnesses a murder in Cardiff's Tiger Bay, and gets herself mixed up with the police when she befriends the Polish sailor who committed it.
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BBC TWO, 10am
Date:
Sunday, August 5
Title:
Sky West And Crooked
A mentally handicapped girl from a rural community falls in love with a gypsy, much to the horror of her narrow minded family and neighbours.
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BBC TWO, 11.45am
Date:
Sunday, August 5
Title:
Educating Rita
A working-class woman with a thirst for knowledge enrols on an Open University literature course, and is reluctantly taken under the wing of her professor.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Monday, August 6
Title:
Hungry Hill
A beautiful woman marries into a feuding Irish family, embroiled in a struggle over the ownership of a copper mine. But the situation worsens after she is widowed.
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BBC TWO, 12pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 7
Title:
Jilting Joe
A couple who split at the altar are reunited in church some years later as best man and bridesmaid. Their lives have moved on, but have their hearts?
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BBC TWO, 1am
Date:
Tuesday, August 7
Title:
Madonna Of The Seven Moons
A woman returns home to see her mother who has been suffering from a mystery illness. When her mother disappears, she decides to investigate.
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BBC TWO, 12pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 7
Title:
Brief Encounter
A provincial housewife and a married doctor meet at a railway station and subsequently fall in love, embarking on a short but passionate affair.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, August 7
Title:
Bad Timing
An American psychiatrist based in Vienna begins an all-consuming affair with one of his patients that threatens to destroy them both.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 8
Title:
The Pumpkin Eater
The story of a marriage of two sensitive, articulate people, bound together in their love yet unable to communicate with each other.
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BBC TWO, 11.50pm
Date:
Friday, August 10
Title:
The Leather Boys
Two young South London lovers bow to convention and quickly marry, but soon realise their incompatibility and begin to regret the union.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am
Date:
Friday, August 10
Title:
Hindle Wakes
A lowly mill girl falls for the mill-owner's son on a works outing. They spend a secret week-end together before they are caught out by their disapproving families.
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BBC TWO, 12pm
Date:
Friday, August 10
Title:
Whistle Down The Wind
Three children on a north Lancashire farm help hide an escaped criminal whom they mistakenly believe is actually Jesus Christ.
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BBC TWO, 1.25pm
Date:
Saturday, August 11
Title:
Born Romantic
A salsa nightclub unites a group of disparate individuals including a musician, a petty thief and a hypochondriac in this romantic comedy, from the writer of This Year's Love.
Details:
BBC TWO, 12.05am

Week 3: Listings for Social Realism

Date:
Saturday, August 11
Title:
British Film Forever
The third installment of this seven-part series, looking at the history of the social realism genre as portrayed by British cinema.
Details:
BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Saturday, August 11
Title:
All Or Nothing
Over a long weekend in a London housing estate, a couple rediscover their love for each other when their son becomes ill and is taken to hospital.
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BBC TWO, 10.40pm
Date:
Sunday, August 12
Title:
The Plague
A glimpse into the manic world of four multi-cultural friends, told across one eventful weekend in a tough inner city London estate.
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BBC TWO, 12.45am
Date:
Sunday, August 12
Title:
The Stars Look Down
A miner leads a strike over safety standards at the colliery where he works, while his son attempts to make his own way in the world.
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BBC TWO, 11.55am
Date:
Sunday, August 12
Title:
Billy Elliot
A miner's son chooses ballet over boxing and under the guidance of his teacher his talent takes flight, until his family learn about his new hobby.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Monday, August 13
Title:
A Way Of Life
Five adolescents struggle to cling on to their dreams in small town Wales, focusing on teenage mother Leigh-Ann who becomes involved in a devastating racial crime.
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BBC TWO, 12.30am
Date:
Monday, August 13
Title:
The Whisperers
A lonely woman's life is plagued by voices in her head, while her con-artist husband and criminal son lead her into trouble in the real world.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 14
Title:
Emergency Call
When a young girl with a rare blood type falls critically ill a doctor and a police inspector begin a race against time to track down a suitable donor for a blood transfusion.
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BBC TWO, 1am
Date:
Tuesday, August 14
Title:
Flame In The Streets
Domestic difficulties develop in a working-class family when their daughter falls in love with a Jamaican man, dividing husband and wife.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 14
Title:
Billy Liar
Billy is an undertaker's clerk with an overactive fantasy life to compensate for his dull provincial life, until one of his girlfriends asks him to move to London.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, August 14
Title:
This Sporting Life
A tough miner turned rugby league star initiates a doomed relationship with the widowed landlady who loathes him, with tragic consequences.
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BBC TWO, 12am
Date:
Wednesday, August 15
Title:
The Boys
Four youths are on trial for murder, but a maverick defence lawyer and conflicting evidence soon throw the apparently clear-cut case into disarray.
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BBC TWO, 12.10pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 16
Title:
Ratcatcher
Against the backdrop of 1970's Glasgow, a young imaginative boy with a difficult homelife experiences a tragedy that leads him to his first taste of love.
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BBC TWO, 11.50pm
Date:
Friday, August 17
Title:
Sweet Sixteen
A teenage boy resorts to dealing drugs in an attempt to escape the poverty of the housing estate and create a new life with his drug addict mother.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am
Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
Twenty Four Seven
A middle aged man who has fared badly in Thatcher's Britain opens a boxing club to give local disenfranchised men a focus in life.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am

Week 4: Listings for Costume Drama

Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
Gandhi
An Indian lawyer aids the cause of civil rights for Indian immigrants in South Africa by advocating a policy of non-violent protest.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
Carry On Henry
Historical hamming from the Carry On regulars as Henry VIII discovers that his garlic-chewing consort is pregnant by her lover.
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BBC TWO, 4pm
Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
Mrs Brown
Queen Victoria is inconsolable after the death of her beloved husband Prince Albert, and only a maverick Highlander can raise her spirits.
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BBC TWO, 7.35pm
Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
British Film Forever
The fourth installment of this seven-part documentary series, looking at the history of the great British costume drama.
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BBC TWO, 9.15pm
Date:
Saturday, August 18
Title:
Becket
Friends turn to deadly enemies when the Archbishop of Canterbury chooses to follow God's will, rather than that of his King.
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BBC TWO, 10.45pm
Date:
Sunday, August 19
Title:
The Virgin And The Gypsy
Fresh from the relative freedom of a French finishing school, Yvette returns home and falls in love with a fortune teller, unaware that tragedy lies ahead.
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BBC TWO, 1.10am
Date:
Sunday, August 19
Title:
A Cock And Bull Story
The story of adapting an un-adaptable book, alongside a glimpse into the trials and tribulations of the world of film making, complete with bickering actors.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Monday, August 20
Title:
The Rainbow
An impulsive young woman is introduced to love in all its forms, before spurning the offer of safe domesticity to follow her dreams.
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BBC TWO, 12.15am
Date:
Monday, August 20
Title:
That Hamilton Woman
The tragic love affair between Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, told from the prison cell of the fallen mistress after her lover's death.
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BBC TWO, 12.40pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 21
Title:
Nell Gwyn
She became the best known English actress of the Restoration and perhaps, more famously, mistress of King Charles II. This film charts her rise from poverty to icon.
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BBC TWO, 12.55am
Date:
Tuesday, August 21
Title:
Henry V
The story of King Henry V, from young soldier to skillful peacemaker, leading to his ultimate conquest of the French at Agincourt.
Details:
Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, August 21
Title:
A Night To Remember
The story of the last hours of the stricken liner R.M.S. Titanic, which hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage in 1912.
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BBC TWO, 12.40pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 21
Title:
Jude
A stonemason who dreams of becoming an academic faces a crisis when he falls in love with his beautiful and modern cousin Sue Bridehead.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 22
Title:
The Long Duel
When rebel leader Sultan becomes a target for the wrath of the British Raj on India's North West Frontier, idealistic policeman Freddy Young is unwillingly put on his trail.
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BBC TWO, 12.50pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 22
Title:
Joseph Andrews
A young servant is thrown out of his employment after refusing the sexual advances of the lady of the house. He is soon unemployed and cast out in London.
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BBC TWO, 11.50pm
Date:
Thursday, August 23
Title:
A Tale Of Two Cities
A infatuated yet wayward barrister redeems himself with a heroic act of self-sacrifice in Paris during the terror of the French Revolution.
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BBC TWO, 12.50pm
Date:
Friday, August 24
Title:
Twelfth Night
A shipwrecked woman dresses as a man to preserve her safety in a foreign land, only to become embroiled in a complex web of love and mistaken identity.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am
Date:
Friday, August 24
Title:
Henry V
An accessible but gritty take on the story of King Henry V, leading to his triumph at Agincourt and his marriage to the daughter of the King of France.
Details:
BBC TWO, 11.50am

Week 5: Listings for Horror

Date:
Saturday, August 25
Title:
The Quatermass Xperiment
When Professor Quatermass' experimental rocket returns with only one member of the crew, he must combat a terrifying extraterrestrial entity.
Details:
BBC TWO, 2pm
Date:
Saturday, August 25
Title:
Dr Who And The Daleks
Doctor Who and his companions travel to a planet where they help the persecuted Thals battle against the villainous Daleks.
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BBC TWO, 3.20pm
Date:
Saturday, August 25
Title:
British Film Forever
The fifth installment of this seven-part series, looking at great British horror films, including Brazil and An American Werewolf In London.
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BBC TWO, 9.15pm
Date:
Saturday, August 25
Title:
Witchfinder General
A self-appointed 'Witchfinder General' tours the Eastern counties instigating witch-hunts and extracting 'confessions' under torture, until one man seeks revenge.
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BBC TWO, 10.45pm
Date:
Sunday, August 26
Title:
Things To Come
When the global population is decimated by decades of war, a mysterious organisation begins rebuilding the planet until an uprising threatens to destroy everything.
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BBC TWO, 2.45pm
Date:
Monday, August 27
Title:
The Damned
A young couple on the run from a violent gang discover a group of children, used as part of a radioactive military experiment.
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BBC TWO, 11.30pm
Date:
Tuesday, August 28
Title:
The Wicker Man
Investigating the disappearance of a 12-year-old girl, a police sergeant travels to an isolated Scottish island with ancient religious beliefs.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, August 28
Title:
The Gorgon
A Professor battles a Gorgon from ancient mythology, whose deadly stare is terrorising a Transylvanian village. Directed by Terence Fisher.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Wednesday, August 29
Title:
Brazil
A man from the Ministry of Information pursues the girl of his dreams in a bleak future where bureaucrats have the upper hand.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Friday, August 31
Title:
The Sorcerers
Boris Karloff stars as scientist who discovers that he and his wife can control the mind of a young man and feel his sensations.
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BBC TWO, 12.05am

Week 6: Listings for War

Date:
Saturday, September 1
Title:
The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp
The life and loves of Colonel Wynne-Candy from dashing and brave young officer in the Boer War to foolish and old-fashioned old man in the Second World War.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Saturday, September 1
Title:
British Film Forever
The sixth installment of this seven-part series, looking at great British war films such as A Bridge Too Far and Hope And Glory.
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Saturday, September 1
Title:
Enigma
A brilliant code breaker recovering from a breakdown finds himself embroiled in two seemingly unrelated mysteries at Bletchley Park.
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BBC TWO, 10.35pm
Date:
Monday, September 3
Title:
Bell-Bottom George
George has his clothes 'borrowed' by a friend and is forced to dress up in a sailor's uniform which leads to his arrest by the naval police.
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BBC TWO, 10.55am
Date:
Monday, September 3
Title:
The Colditz Story
A group of troublesome allied prisoners of war sent to the high security 'Oflag IV-C' in Germany unite to plan an escape.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Tuesday, September 4
Title:
The Dam Busters
Dr Barnes Wallis creates a revolutionary new bouncing bomb to destroy the Ruhr dams and flood Nazi Germany's industrial heartland.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, September 4
Title:
Somewhere On Leave
Farce about a wealthy soldier who takes his friends home with him on leave, and conducts a romance with an adopted girl.
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BBC TWO, 10.55am
Date:
Tuesday, September 4
Title:
The Wooden Horse
A group of Allied POWs in Stalag Luft III hatch an audacious plan to use an exercise vaulting horse to disguise their escape tunnelling activities.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Tuesday, September 4
Title:
King Rat
A group of allied prisoners of war fight for survival, while one American soldier lives well thanks to black market dealing.
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BBC TWO, 11.20pm
Date:
Wednesday, September 5
Title:
The Way To The Stars
The stories of various British and American pilots stationed at an RAF airbase in the Midlands during the Second World War.
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BBC TWO, 11.45am
Date:
Wednesday, September 5
Title:
A Canterbury Tale
A young girl, arriving in Kent, is attacked by a mysterious man. She and two soldiers begin a 'pilgrimage' to track the man down.
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BBC TWO, 11.50pm
Date:
Thursday, September 6
Title:
Yellow Canary
Spy melodrama about a girl who openly avows Nazi opinions and is sent to Canada, where, being in fact a British agent, she foils a Nazi plot.
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BBC TWO, 10.55am
Date:
Thursday, September 6
Title:
Ill Met By Moonlight
British agents in WWII Crete hatch a daring and ambitious plan to capture the Commander of the island's occupying German forces.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Friday, September 7
Title:
In Which We Serve
A destroyer, HMS Torrin, is bombed during World War Two. Her surviving crew members reflect on their pasts. Directed by David Lean and Noel Coward.
Details:
BBC TWO, 10.40am

Week 7: Listings for Comedy

Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
Oh, Mr. Porter!
An incompetent stationmaster is given a rural posting in Ireland, where he stumbles across the activities of a ruthless gang.
Details:
BBC TWO, 1.20pm
Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
A Grand Day Out
The first outing for Aardman Animations' daring duo. Wallace, a cheese-obsessed Lancastrian 62 year-old, and his dog Gromit build a rocket to take them to the moon.
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BBC TWO, 2.40pm
Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
Carry On Spying
A group of incompetent secret agents are sent to retrieve a secret chemical formula stolen by STENCH (Society for the Total Extinction of Non-Conforming Humans)
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BBC TWO, 3.05pm
Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
Chicken Run
A group of chickens try to escape certain death on Tweedy's farm under the tutelage of an impressive newcomer, Rocky the rooster.
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BBC TWO, 6.10pm
Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
British Film Forever
The final installment of this seven-part series, looking at great British comedies including Bend It Like Beckham and Chicken Run.
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BBC TWO, 9.15pm
Date:
Saturday, September 8
Title:
Carry On Camping
A disparate group of campers band together to rid themselves of hippies planning an all-night rave next to their site.
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BBC TWO, 10.45pm
Date:
Sunday, September 9
Title:
Stella Street
Feature length version of the hit comedy series, featuring the A-list inhabitants of a suburban street who fall foul of crime boss Vince Crush.
Details:
BBC TWO, 1.10am
Date:
Sunday, September 9
Title:
BBC Film Festival
A huge outdoor event in Glasgow, presented by Danny Wallace, celebrating films and filmmaking. Click on the link below for the line-up.
Details:
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Date:
Sunday, September 9
Title:
Bend It Like Beckham
Teenager Jess dreams of playing football like her hero, David Beckham. But being a girl, are the odds stacked against her?
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BBC TWO, 9pm
Date:
Sunday, September 09
Title:
A Hard Day's Night
An imaginary day in the life of The Beatles, who travel to London by train and have a few rock 'n' roll adventures along the way.
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BBC TWO, 11.30pm
Date:
Monday, September 10
Title:
Lucky Jim
Farcical comedy in which Jim Dixon, a young history lecturer worried for his job, falls for the girlfriend of his boss' son.
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BBC TWO, 12.55am
Date:
Monday, September 10
Title:
A Stitch In Time
Norman Wisdom stars as a dense butcher's assistant who wreaks havoc in the hospital where his boss awaits surgery, in an attempt to cheer up a bed-ridden orphan.
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BBC TWO, 1.30pm
Date:
Tuesday, September 11
Title:
Withnail And I
Two unemployed actors decide to take a break from their drug-fuelled lives and decrepit London flat, and naively head out to the country.
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Cinemas across the UK
Date:
Tuesday, September 11
Title:
A Close Shave
Wallace and Gromit return as window cleaners who are unexpectedly drawn into the dark world of sheep-rustling by the owner of the local wool shop.
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BBC TWO, 7pm
Date:
Wednesday, September 12
Title:
Father Came Too!
A newly wedded husband tries to escape from the home of his domineering father-in-law, only to end up in crisis. Starring Stanley Baxter and James Robertson Justice.
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BBC TWO, 11am
Date:
Wednesday, September 12
Title:
The Intelligence Men
Morecombe and Wise make their big-screen debut in this spy spoof. The bungling pair must protect the life of a Russian ballerina.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Thursday, September 13
Title:
Press For Time
Norman Wisdom is the hapless grandson of the Prime Minister, sent to a seaside town to make a career for himself as a reporter but havoc inevitably ensues.
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BBC TWO, 1pm
Date:
Friday, September 14
Title:
Cherps
A playboy Londoner is forced to evaluate his life by the mother of his child, but will he choose to settle down or carry on his carefree existence?
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BBC TWO, 12.05am
Date:
Saturday, September 15
Title:
Battle Of The Sexes
The head clerk of an old fashioned tweed factory clashes with a female efficiency expert sent to modernise production.
Details:
BBC TWO, 12.50am


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