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The Cinema Show

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2010-06-23 03:00:00
Father and Sons on Film: A look at movie dads and their boys in a programme which reveals how the relationship expresses both unchanging desires and rapidly shifting circumstances.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2010-06-23 02:00:00
Father and Sons on Film: A look at movie dads and their boys in a programme which reveals how the relationship expresses both unchanging desires and rapidly shifting circumstances.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2010-06-22 22:00:00
Father and Sons on Film: A look at movie dads and their boys in a programme which reveals how the relationship expresses both unchanging desires and rapidly shifting circumstances.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2008-09-24 23:35:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor - Medics in the Movies. Part of NHS at 60 Night. A look at the history of doctors in film, from pre-war dedicated professionals to less reverent portrayals in the Carry Ons.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2008-09-24 22:35:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor - Medics in the Movies. Part of NHS at 60 Night. A look at the history of doctors in film, from pre-war dedicated professionals to less reverent portrayals in the Carry Ons.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2008-03-02 22:50:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From 'A Hard Day's Night' to 'Spiceworld', this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music spilled out onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-18 23:20:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal of the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-16 03:10:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-16 02:10:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-16 01:00:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-16 00:00:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-10-15 21:20:00
Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies. Part of the Docs on the Box season. This edition takes a look at how the portrayal the medical profession has changed over the years on film.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-03-19 01:55:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From A Hard Day's Night to Spiceworld, this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music made its way onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-03-18 19:00:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From A Hard Day's Night to Spiceworld, this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music made its way onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-02-24 03:20:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From 'A Hard Day's Night' to 'Spiceworld', this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music spilled out onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-02-24 00:20:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From 'A Hard Day's Night' to 'Spiceworld', this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music spilled out onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-02-23 21:00:00
Rock and Roll Camera. The Great British Pop Movie: From 'A Hard Day's Night' to 'Spiceworld', this is the story of what happened when the world of British pop music spilled out onto celluloid.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-02-01 01:40:00
In the Can - Prison Movies: Prison is the ultimate closed world and one of the most popular movie settings. What drives this fascination, and how accurate are portrayals of life in the can?

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-31 01:00:00
A Boy's Own Story: From Great Expectations to the Return of the Jedi and Jerry Maguire, the father-son relationship has been an obsession for (mostly male) filmmakers.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-30 01:00:00
The Wonderful World of Technicolor: The story of the Technicolor revolution, a technical breakthrough that became a byword for escapism and optimism in the movies.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-28 00:10:00
The Strange World of Planet UK: Is it a lack of big budgets that has often led British science fiction films to have a very idiosyncratic tone? The Cinema Show investigates.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-24 01:00:00
Hogmanay on TV - the Glory Years: A tartan-tinged view of the New Year, a fixture of the festive schedule from the 1950s to the 1980s that featured a blend of sentimentality and bonhomie.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-12 01:50:00
You're Not from Around Here. The Village on TV: A look at why, in an urbanised country, the viewing public are so fond of the rural world depicted in programmes such as Last of the Summer Wine.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-02 00:30:00
Hogmanay on TV - the Glory Years: A tartan-tinged view of the New Year, a fixture of the festive schedule from the 1950s to the 1980s that featured a blend of sentimentality and bonhomie.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-01 03:05:00
Hogmanay on TV - the Glory Years: A tartan-tinged view of the New Year, a fixture of the festive schedule from the 1950s to the 1980s that featured a blend of sentimentality and bonhomie.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2007-01-01 02:05:00
You're Not from Around Here. The Village on TV: A look at why, in an urbanised country, the viewing public are so fond of the rural world depicted in programmes such as Last of the Summer Wine.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-31 23:00:00
Hogmanay on TV - the Glory Years: A tartan-tinged view of the New Year, a fixture of the festive schedule from the 1950s to the 1980s that featured a blend of sentimentality and bonhomie.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-31 02:55:00
You're Not from Around Here. The Village on TV: A look at why, in an urbanised country, the viewing public are so fond of the rural world depicted in programmes such as Last of the Summer Wine.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-31 00:15:00
You're Not from Around Here. The Village on TV: A look at why, in an urbanised country, the viewing public are so fond of the rural world depicted in programmes such as Last of the Summer Wine.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-30 21:30:00
You're Not from Around Here. The Village on TV: A look at why, in an urbanised country, the viewing public are so fond of the rural world depicted in programmes such as Last of the Summer Wine.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-26 01:40:00
The Wonderful World of Technicolor: The story of the Technicolor revolution, a technical breakthrough that became a byword for escapism and optimism in the movies.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-25 20:00:00
The Wonderful World of Technicolor: The story of the Technicolor revolution, a technical breakthrough that became a byword for escapism and optimism in the movies.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-21 00:45:00
In the Can - Prison Movies: Examining one of the most popular movie settings ever - prison - and the extent to which movies like The Shawshank Redemption are true portrayals of life inside.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-19 02:55:00
In the Can - Prison Movies: Prison is the ultimate closed world and one of the most popular movie settings. What drives this fascination, and how accurate are portrayals of life in the can?

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-16 21:30:00
In the Can - Prison Movies: Prison is the ultimate closed world and one of the most popular movie settings. What drives this fascination, and how accurate are portrayals of life in the can?

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-14 00:00:00
A Boy's Own Story: From Great Expectations to the Return of the Jedi and Jerry Maguire, the father-son relationship has been an obsession for (mostly male) filmmakers.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-10 02:00:00
A Boy's Own Story: From Great Expectations to the Return of the Jedi and Jerry Maguire, the father-son relationship has been an obsession for (mostly male) filmmakers.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-12-09 21:00:00
A Boy's Own Story: From Great Expectations to the Return of the Jedi and Jerry Maguire, the father-son relationship has been an obsession for (mostly male) filmmakers.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-10-31 01:50:00
Booze on Film: A sideways look at alcohol in the movies. From Prohibition-era hedonism to rehab Hollywood, film has had a complicated relationship with the demon drink.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-10-29 00:20:00
Booze on Film: A sideways look at alcohol in the movies. From Prohibition-era hedonism to rehab Hollywood, film has had a complicated relationship with the demon drink.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-10-28 20:10:00
Booze on Film: A sideways look at alcohol in the movies. From Prohibition-era hedonism to rehab Hollywood, film has had a complicated relationship with the demon drink.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-10-28 19:10:00
Booze on Film: A sideways look at alcohol in the movies. From Prohibition-era hedonism to rehab Hollywood, film has had a complicated relationship with the demon drink.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-31 19:30:00
Stuart Maconie charts the rise of Asian horror with the new DVD release, Ab-Normal Beauty, and he plumbs the depths of horror and humour with some of the greatest movie bathroom moments.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-25 00:50:00
Stuart Maconie presents the show from Brussels, with a look at a new film about the famous cub reporter, Tintin. Plus, the latest from the Dardenne brothers and a look at the career of Hayao Miyazaki.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-24 20:30:00
Stuart Maconie presents the show from Brussels, with a look at a new film about the famous cub reporter, Tintin. Plus, the latest from the Dardenne brothers and a look at the career of Hayao Miyazaki.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-11 00:55:00
Stuart Maconie looks at Lars von Trier's new satire on American race relations, Manderlay, and talks to wheelchair basketball Olympian Ade Adepitan about the blistering sports documentary, Murderball.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-10 20:30:00
Stuart Maconie looks at Lars von Trier's new satire on American race relations, Manderlay, and talks to wheelchair basketball Olympian Ade Adepitan about the blistering sports documentary, Murderball.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-04 02:35:00
Stuart Maconie looks at British film Kidulthood and Swedish drama The Ketchup Effect, there's a celebration of the work of French film-maker Marcel Carne, plus a review of Read My Lips.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-03-03 20:30:00
Stuart Maconie looks at British film Kidulthood and Swedish drama The Ketchup Effect, there's a celebration of the work of French film-maker Marcel Carne, plus a review of Read My Lips.

> The Cinema Show on BBC Four at 2006-02-25 21:30:00
Stuart Maconie looks at British film Kidulthood and Swedish drama The Ketchup Effect, there's a celebration of the work of French film-maker Marcel Carne, plus a review of tonight's film Read My Lips.

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