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11:00Niagara[SUB HD]
Polly and Ray are on honeymoon at Niagara Falls where they meet George and Rose, whose own marriage is falling apart. Polly later discovers that the brazen and alluring Rose has a lover waiting in the shadows and they are scheming to kill the emotionally unstable George - but Polly is unable to convince anyone of the danger as the murder plot edges towards a tragic conclusion. Thriller, with Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten and Jean PetersFilm/Detective/Thriller

12:50The Undefeated[SUB HD]
A veteran Union officer crosses paths again with a former Confederate enemy years after the end of the Civil War - and their past animosity resurfaces. However, when a Mexican general takes the ex-Confederate and his men hostage, the old Union soldier debates whether to surrender his herd of horses by way of ransom. Western, with John Wayne, Rock Hudson, Lee Meriwether, Tony Aguilar and Roman GabrielFilm/Western

15:05An Affair to Remember[SUB AD HD]
Love blossoms on the high seas for a playboy bachelor and a former nightclub singer during a transatlantic cruise. When the liner comes into dock at New York, they agree to wait for six months and then meet again at the Empire State Building, hoping to prove to each other their relationship is more than a shipboard affair. Romantic drama, with Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Cathleen Nesbitt, Richard Denning and Neva PattersonFilm/General Movie/Drama

17:15Invasion of the Body Snatchers[SUB BW HD]
A small California town is infiltrated by sinister alien vegetable pods from outer space, which start to clone the residents and replace them with emotionless replicas. A local doctor realises something bizarre is going on, and sets out to investigate - but is not prepared for what he finds. Don Siegel's sci-fi thriller, with Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter and Carolyn JonesFilm/Science Fiction/Detective/Thriller

18:50Waitress[SUB HD]
A small-town waitress is determined to leave her controlling husband for good, so she enters a national pie-baking contest, confident the prize money will be more than enough to set herself up on her own. However, her well-laid plans are complicated by an unexpected pregnancy and an affair with a handsome but married doctor. Romantic drama, starring Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion and Cheryl HinesFilm/General Movie/Drama

20:55Neds Special[SUB]
Peter Mullan talks about his new film as a directorFilm/Cinema

21:00Drillbit Taylor[SUB AD HD]
Three kids fall foul of the local bully on their first day at high school, so they advertise for a bodyguard. However, they end up hiring a man who turns out to be a low-rent mercenary, and discover their new-found protector is not quite the hardened soldier of fortune he claims to be. Comedy, starring Owen Wilson, Leslie Mann, Nate Hartley and Troy GentileFilm/Comedy

23:00My Name is Joe[SUB AD]
A recovering alcoholic becomes romantically involved with a health service worker as he struggles to resist the temptation of the bottle - but their burgeoning relationship begins to falter when his willpower fails and he falls off the wagon. Drama, directed by Ken Loach and starring Peter Mullan, Louise Goodall, David McKay and Anne Marie KennedyFilm/General Movie/Drama

01:05Neds Special[SUB]
Peter Mullan talks about his new film as a directorFilm/Cinema

01:15If[SUB AD]
A group of pupils at a boys' public school harbours rising discontent at society, that ultimately escalates into open rebellion and violence. Lindsay Anderson's surreal satirical drama, starring Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Arthur Lowe and Graham Crowden. Anderson and McDowell would bring back iconoclastic hero Mick Travis for two subsequent movies, O Lucky Man! and Britannia HospitalFilm/General Movie/Drama

03:25Black Swan Special[SUB REP]
Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis and Vincent Cassel talk about the new filmFilm/Cinema

03:35127 Hours Special[SUB REP]
Danny Boyle, James Franco and writer Simon Beaufoy discuss their new filmFilm/Cinema