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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Tuesday, September 2 2014
  • Time Show
    • 4:30am

      Sci-fi action, starring Paul Satterfield as the hapless human enlisted to fight in gladiatorial battles against aliens from across the galaxy. However, he soon discovers corruption in the system controlling the arena. Also starring Claudia Christian and Armin Shimmerman

    • 6:05am
      Dead of Winter

      Mary Steenburgen stars as an aspiring actress who is sent to shoot a short video at a remote mansion, where she becomes the prisoner of an eccentric film-maker. Thriller, with Roddy McDowall, Jan Rubes and William Russ

    • 7:45am
      Battle of Britain

      In 1940, the Luftwaffe launches a campaign of aerial attacks against Britain to gain control of the skies ahead of a planned land invasion. Under the leadership of Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding, the RAF mounts a determined defence over the summer and autumn, despite being heavily outnumbered and forced to match inexperienced pilots against German veterans. Second World War drama, starring Laurence Olivier, Michael Caine, Robert Shaw, Christopher Plummer, Harry Andrews, Trevor Howard and Curt Jürgens

    • 9:55am
      The Passage

      A wealthy landowner turns his back on his daughter after she marries one of his employees, refusing to have any contact with her even after the death of her mother. The disowned woman has several children and struggles to support them during the hardships of the Great Depression, while trying to find a way to make peace with her father. Drama, starring Barbara Barrie and Ned Beatty

    • 11:40am
      The Bridge at Remagen

      As Allied forces prepare for a major assault on Germany, a small unit of American soldiers is sent to capture a strategically important bridge over the Rhine - but German forces are determined to prevent the Allied advance, and seek to destroy it. Second World War adventure, starring George Segal, Robert Vaughn, Ben Gazzara and Bradford Dillman

    • 1:35pm
      The Hallelujah Trail

      Cheering comedy Western, starring Burt Lancaster as a US Cavalry colonel ordered to escort a whiskey-laden train to Denver. Prepared for a straightforward job, he little realises the trouble his cargo will cause, as a gang of temperance ladies and rascally Indians attempt to get their hands on the shipment for very different reasons. Co-stars Lee Remick, Jim Hutton, Donald Pleasence and Martin Landau add to the fun

    • 4:00pm
      Salt and Pepper

      The proprietors of a popular Soho nightclub find the body of a secret agent in their establishment, throwing them into battling a military officer's plans to take over Britain using a hijacked submarine. Comedy, starring Sammy Davis Jr, Peter Lawford and John Le Mesurier

    • 5:55pm
      The Pope Must Die

      A lowly rock 'n' roll-loving priest lands the top job in the Catholic Church due to a clerical error : and soon uncovers a plot to defraud the Vatican. Daft but entertaining satirical comedy, starring Robbie Coltrane, Herbert Lom, Annette Crosbie, Peter Richardson and Beverly D'Angelo

    • 7:35pm
      Down the Drain

      A crooked lawyer ensures several criminals are found not guilty of crimes they committed, and in return, asks them to assist him in carrying out a bank robbery. While the heist is a success, they discover they have stolen a microchip containing top-secret information and foreign spies will stop at nothing to acquire it. Crime comedy, starring Andrew Stevens and Teri Copley

    • 9:20pm
      The Couch Trip

      Mildly diverting comedy, starring Dan Aykroyd as an escaped mental patient who gets a job standing in for an overworked Beverly Hills psychiatrist and promptly becomes a media celebrity with his radio advice show. With Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin and Donna Dixon

    • 10:55pm
      Once Bitten

      A 400-year-old vampire embarks on a quest for virgin blood to keep her youthful looks - but getting her teeth into three innocent males by Hallowe'en proves more of a challenge than she thought. Horror comedy, starring Jim Carrey, Lauren Hutton and Cleavon Little

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