Film Four & Film Four +1 14-02-09

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FilmFour (last updated Sat 14 Feb 2009, 05:25 GMT)

Thunderbirds Are Go! (U) 1966 International Rescue is called in to save the first manned Mars probe from sinister hijacker The Hood, and ensure a second mission runs smoothly. Adventure based on Gerry Anderson's series, featuring the voices of Shane Rimmer, Ray Barrett, Alexander Davion, Peter Dyneley, Christine Finn and Cliff Richard, voicing a puppet version of himself (888)

Howards End (PG) 1992 Merchant-Ivory period drama based on EM Forster's novel about the conflict between two families from vastly different backgrounds who become fatefully entwined. Starring Emma Thompson in an Oscar-winning role alongside Anthony Hopkins, Vanessa Redgrave, Helena Bonham Carter and Sam West (888)

Carry On Doctor (PG) 1967 A popular doctor is given the sack after he is caught in a compromising position, prompting the furious patients to stage a revolt against the luckless medic's straitlaced superiors. Bawdy hospital comedy, starring Frankie Howerd, Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey and Jim Dale (888)

P'Tang Yang Kipperbang (PG) 1982 In the years following World War Two, 14-year-old schoolboy Alan struggles to come to terms with the new world, while at the same time dealing with his romantic longing for his beautiful classmate. Jack Rosenthal's comedy drama, starring John Albasiny, Alison Steadman, Abigail Cruttenden and Robert Urquhart. Directed by Michael Apted (888)

Brick Lane (15) 2007 A Bangladeshi woman reluctantly leaves her native country for an arranged marriage in England. Years spent living in a drab east-London tower block take their toll, while her husband is consumed by his thwarted ambitions. However, an encounter with a cocky younger man changes her outlook on life. Drama, based on Monica Ali's novel, starring Tannishtha Chatterjee and Satish Kaushik (888)

Creep (18) 2004 A woman falls asleep on a platform in the London Underground, and wakes to find herself locked in the station. She reluctantly steps onto an empty train, which leads her into the labyrinth of tunnels where she soon realises she's not alone. Horror, starring Franka Potente, Sean Harris and Vas Blackwood (888)

Beautiful Thing (15) 1995 A tentative relationship develops between two very different gay teenagers Jamie, a shy outsider living with his brassy single mother, and Ste, who is popular at school but regularly on the receiving end of violence from his father and brother at home. Coming-of-age drama, starring Glen Berry, Scott Neal, Linda Henry, Meera Syal and Ben Daniels (888)

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