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BBC Prime / TCM 15.04.05
Apr 15th, 2005, 8:46pm
 
BBC Prime / TCM 15.04.05
 
''Please + or - one hour, depending on your country time''
 
11325H Canal Digital 1.0West  
 
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''enjoy''  
 
Friday 15.04.05 (CET)
 
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12.00pm  Animal Park Kate Humble and Paul Heiney pay a final visit to Longleat Animal Park. Last in series (888) (Stereo)  
 
1.00pm  Open All Hours Shopkeeping comedy, with Ronnie Barker as the miserly Arkwright, David Jason as his downtrodden nephew and Lynda Baron as the object of his desire  
 
1.30pm  Are You Being Served? The finger of suspicion points at Mr Humphries when money goes missing from the till. John Inman stars  
 
2.00pm  Monarch of the Glen A rare and valuable barrel of whisky causes discord on the estate, with Archie, Hector and Kilwillie each having his own idea on how best to dispose of it, and the pending appointment of a Head Ranger does little to clear the air. Light-hearted drama, starring Richard Briers, Alastair MacKenzie and Julian Fellowes (888)  
 
2.50pm  Teletubbies The pals watch James and Matthew help their uncle milk cows, while back at Home Hill the Tubby Custard machine isn't working  
 
3.15pm  Tweenies The gang learn about the best way to dispose of litter — in the bin  
 
3.35pm  Fimbles Fimbo manages to find the moon, but Pom wants it for herself  
 
3.55pm  Balamory PC Plum's long fringe keeps getting in his eyes, but he doesn't have time to visit the barber  
 
4.15pm  Binka Everyone wants Binka's treasure and the fat cat has fun riding in a pushchair — but finds Mr Bolt's wheelbarrow a much bumpier ride  
 
4.25pm  Bill and Ben The potted pair wear themselves out looking after Tad the Frog  
 
4.35pm  Stitch Up! CBBC's very own spy kids take to the streets with hidden cameras and microphones to catch members of the public in all manner of embarrassing situations  
 
5.00pm  Weakest Link Anne Robinson hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants answer questions as a team, eliminating the poorest players as they go  
 
5.45pm  Bargain Hunt Auctioneer Tim Wonnacott challenges two teams to scour an antiques fair and pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction  
 
6.15pm  Ready, Steady, Cook Kitchen duel in which two celebrity chefs race to create a meal in just 20 minutes. Presented by Ainsley Harriott  
 
7.00pm  Gary Rhodes: The Cookery Year The popular chef continues to use the pick of the harvest as he prepares a summer fruit family slice, reveals a recipe for roast duckling with gooseberry and marjoram onions, and serves up a crisp courgette tart  
 
7.30pm  Two Thousand Acres of Sky Abby's old friends visit to celebrate Jackie's forthcoming wedding, but their verbal and sexual indiscretions threaten the couple's island life. Meanwhile, Douglas's former wife returns to Ronansay, but it is not clear whether she has forgiven him for his affair with her sister. With Michelle Collins, Paul Kaye, Michael Carter, Monica Gibb and Sean Scanlan  
 
8.30pm  Mastermind John Humphrys poses the questions in the specialist and general knowledge quiz  
 
9.00pm  Coupling Wilma offers Jeff “no strings” sex, Steve compares his relationship to the Cold War and Sally tells Susan about a useful agency named Man Test. Comedy, starring Jack Davenport and Gina Bellman  
 
9.30pm  Manchild Gary visits a strip club with his more experienced pals and James experiences problems with his new penis, prompting him to seek medical advice. Terry puts on his dancing shoes in the hope of sweeping a salsa teacher off her feet and Patrick also gets a roving eye as he attempts to return to his roots. Nigel Havers and Anthony Head star  
 
10.00pm  Swiss Toni The salesman is distraught to hear one of his closest friends is gay, and begins to worry about his own sexual orientation. When his mother and wife begin to voice their concerns about his lack of prowess, coupled with that strong sense of style and grooming, he decides to find out once and for all by “testing” himself on Paul  
 
10.30pm  Top of the Pops The week's chart-toppers, featuring studio performances, celebrity interviews and the UK's number one single  
 
11.00pm  Born to Be Wild Joanna Lumley tours Kenya to assist in the conservation campaign for Rothschild giraffes  
 
12.00am  Clocking Off Alan looks forward to a new life of freedom and togetherness with his wife now their two children are on the verge of leaving home, but when he decides to surprise Sally by having a vasectomy he makes a shocking discovery — he's infertile and always has been. Gritty drama, starring Bob Pugh and Lorraine Ashbourne (888)  
 
1.00am  Learning Zone  
Blood of the Vikings Julian Richards examines 90 years of violence that started in 856AD when the great Viking army swept across England. He investigates the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle's account of a decisive Viking victory near Repton in the Midlands, and talks to Oxford archaeologists who have discovered a number of pagan burial sites (888) 2.00am Reputations Profile of tycoon Aristotle Onassis 3.00am Make French Your Business Learning French for commerce 3.35am Mexico Vivo The culture of Mexico 4.00am The Money Programme Business news 4.30am The Money Programme The rise and fall of Sunny Delight 5.00am English Zone For adult learners of all abilities 5.30am Spelling with the Spellits Exploring words  
 
TCM
 
12.05pm  Dodge City (PG) 1939 Upright citizen Errol Flynn arrives in the infamous frontier town to find that cowboys and rapscallions rule the roost — and is so shocked by the plight of the beleaguered residents, he decides to take the job of sheriff and rid the area of bad guys. As difficult as his task is, he still finds time to do his best to sweep local girl Olivia de Havilland off her feet, but she's not so keen on the idea. Classic stirring Western, also starring Ann Sheridan, Bruce Cabot, Frank McHugh and Alan Hale (888)  
 
2.00pm  Behind the Scenes: Grand Prix — Challenge of Champions The direction and cinematography of John Frankenheimer's racing drama, which stars James Garner and Toshiro Mifune. The movie can be seen next  
 
2.10pm  Grand Prix (PG) 1966 Oscar-winning, high-octane drama from director John Frankenheimer, about the lives and loves of a circle of racing drivers as they engage in a tense battle both on and off the track. James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Yves Montand and Toshiro Mifune are among the top-notch cast (888)  
 
5.15pm  Speedway (U) 1968 Elvis Presley stars as a cash-strapped stock-car racer who is pursued by attractive tax inspector Nancy Sinatra. One of the king's trashiest offerings, this romantic musical has little to offer audiences — even the fast cars fail to get pulses racing. Gale Gordon, Bill Bixby, Carl Ballantine and Ross Hagen also star  
 
7.00pm  Marlowe (PG) 1969 Down-at-heel private eye Philip Marlowe is hired to find a girl's missing brother, and uncovers a trail of murder and blackmail involving a gangster and his TV star mistress. Adaptation of Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister, starring James Garner as the eponymous detective, alongside Gayle Hunnicutt, Bruce Lee and Rita Moreno (888)  
 
9.00pm  Kelly's Heroes (PG) 1970 American soldiers inadvertently discover the whereabouts of a fortune in Nazi gold — leading to an explosive climax as they go behind enemy lines to get their hands on the bullion. Exciting but uneven World War Two adventure with some great action sequences, starring Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland and Harry Dean Stanton  
 
11.45pm  Soylent Green (PG) 1973 Chilling sci-fi thriller set in the overpopulated New York of 2022, starring Charlton Heston as a cop who links a murder with the mysterious synthetic food fed to the populace. Director Richard Fleischer seems to lose his way in the middle, but it's worth staying tuned for the ending. The strong support cast includes Edward G Robinson, Leigh Taylor-Young and Chuck Connors (888)  
 
1.30am  The Biggest Bundle of Them All (PG) 1968 A small-time crook and a gang of enthusiastic amateurs make the mistake of trying to kidnap a legendary crime boss in Naples. Comedy caper, starring Robert Wagner, Raquel Welch, Edward G Robinson and Godfrey Cambridge (888)  
 
3.35am  Joe: The Busy Body (PG) 1972 An unassuming TV scriptwriter finds himself in a tricky situation when he accidentally kills a blackmailer — leaving him desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the law as he disposes of the corpse. Rib-tickling French comedy, starring Louis de Funes, Bernard Blier, Claude Gensac and Michel Galabru  
 
5.00am  Postman's Knock (U) 1962 Gentle comedy about a conscientious rural postman whose efficiency earns him a transfer to London, where he foils a gang of crooks. Spike Milligan, Barbara Shelley and Wilfrid Lawson star  
 
Regards Satdude.     Wink
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Re: BBC Prime / TCM 15.04.05
Reply #1 - May 7th, 2006, 11:14am
 
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