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Films on TV over Christmas 2010

Including Nosferatu The Vampire, Suspicion, Hero, Die Hard, No Country For Old Men, Big and Gomorrah

Here are my TV film picks for the festive season if you want to plan ahead and programme the DVR.

SUNDAY 19th DECEMBER

MONDAY 20th DECEMBER

TUESDAY 21st DECEMBER

WEDNESDAY 22nd DECEMBER

THURSDAY 23rd DECEMBER

FRIDAY 24th DECEMBER

  • Suspicion (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1941) 11.30am, BBC2
  • Stand By Me (Dir. Rob Reiner, 1986) 1.30pm, Fiver
  • Cars (Dir. John Lasseter, 2006) 3.05pm, BBC1
  • Hero (Dir. Zhang Yimou, 2004) 12.55am, C4
  • Dead Calm (Dir. Philip Noyce, 1989) 1.40am, ITV1

FRIDAY 25th DECEMBER

SATURDAY 26th DECEMBER

MONDAY 27th DECEMBER

  • The Incredibles (Dir. Brad Bird, 2004) 3.25pm, BBC1
  • Big (Dir. Penny Marshall, 1988) 7pm, Film4
  • Volver (Dir. Pedro Almodovar, 2006) 11.35pm, More4

TUESDAY 28th DECEMBER

  • E.T. (Dir. Steven Spielberg, 1982) 2.40pm, ITV1
  • Juno (Dir. Jason Reitman, 2007) 9pm, Film4

WEDNESDAY 29th DECEMBER

  • Gomorrah (Dir. Matteo Garrone, 2008) 10pm, BBC4

THURSDAY 30th DECEMBER

FRIDAY 31st DECEMBER

  • Casablanca (Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942) 4.50pm, Film4

By Ambrose Heron

Editor of FILMdetail

1 reply on “Films on TV over Christmas 2010”

The greatest Christmas movie of all time. A Christmas Carol, or derivatives- ‘Scooge the Musical’, pure Dickens genious. Is it on, Haven’t seen it advertised apart from The Muppet version which I don’t criticise but…………

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