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Thursday, 30th September
My Brother Jonathan (1948)
- 30th September at 8am on Talking Pictures TV
The life of a small-town doctor who wanted to be a great surgeon. Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Ronald Howard.
- 30th September at 10am on Sky Arts HD
Although nominated six times for the Academy Award for Best Actress without winning, Deborah Kerr will always be remembered as one of Hollywood’s truly great leading ladies. Deborah Kerr.
The Green Man (1956)
- 30th September at 10.05am on Talking Pictures TV
A professional assassin stalks a pompous politician. Alastair Sim, George Cole, Terry-Thomas.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton (2000, S3)
- 30th September at 11.55am on Sky Documentaries HD
- 30th September at 6.55pm on Sky Documentaries HD
The relationship between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who began an affair during the filming of Cleopatra and ended up marrying twice. Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor.
The Lady with a Lamp (1951)
- 30th September at 1pm on London Live
The life of Florence Nightingale and her work in reforming the nursing service in 19th-century England. Anna Neagle, Michael Wilding, Gladys Young.
The Mirror Crack’d (1980)
- 30th September at 1.55pm on Talking Pictures TV
Murders result from the making of an all-star film in an English village. Angela Lansbury, Geraldine Chaplin, Tony Curtis.
A Day to Remember (1953)
- 30th September at 2.40pm on Film4 HD
A darts team takes a day trip to France. Stanley Holloway, Joan Rice, Odile Versois.
The Wrong Box (1966)
- 30th September at 4.40pm on GREAT! movies
- 30th September at 5.40pm on GREAT! movies Plus 1
Two elderly Victorian brothers are the last survivors of a tontine (an involved form of lottery) and try to murder each other. John Mills, Ralph Richardson, Michael Caine.
Within a Year and a Day (1971, S1 E5)
- 30th September at 8pm on Talking Pictures TV
‘Murder… Where a person of sound memory and discretion unlawfully killeth – any reasonable creature in being – and under the King’s peace – with malice afterthought, either express or implied, the death following within a year and a day.’ Margaret Lockwood, Peter Blythe, Victor Brooks.