Wots on TV

Wots to watch on 31th March 2016


Line of Duty - BBC2 9:00pm Its episode 2 of the series and has the armed police unit has shot one of their own, but who has done it.

Hugo - Film 4 4:35pm  Martin Scorsese's Oscar winning film of a little Parisian boy.  If you have not seen it yet, its one to see.

Black Death - Horror Channel 10:40pm This has a rating of 6.4 on IMDB which can't be that bad for a low budget film.  If you want to see probably one of Eddie Redmaynes lesser known works this might be the one for you.  It's the tale of a young monk investigating claims of resurrection in a mysterious plagued village in the middle ages of Germany.

Perhaps not the best night on the box, so either catch up on what you have recorded, read a book or maybe go out and be sociable 🙂


Wots to watch on 30th March

MasterChef - BBC1 8:00pm The cooking continues with Gregg Wallace and John Torode.

Lincoln - Film 4 9:00pm  Daniel Day Lewis plays Abraham Lincoln in one of the most anticipated and award winning historical dramas in recent years.

President Trump: Can he Really Win?  Channel 4 9:00pm From a film about a great President to a programme about the implications of Donald Trump becoming a president.  

Primal Fear - Movie Mix 9:00pm  A top notch film with Richard Gere and Edward Norton.  A lawyer is convinced that an altar boy is not guilty of the murder of a high ranking catholic bishop.  Laura Linney, Frances McDormand and Alfre Woodward also star.

Idle Hands - Horror Channel 11:00pm Ok perhaps not the greatest film ever, though if you want to watch a younger Jessica Alba then this might be one to watch or record.


Wots to watch on TV in days ahead.

Tuesday 29th March

Scotland Debates - STV 8:00pm  This will be a bit of a slagging match no doubt, with Bernard Ponsonby refereeing.  Just who should Scotland's electorate put into or back in power on May the 5th.  From the Assembly Rooms Edinburgh.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - Film 4 5:45pm  A tale of a man with a genetic anomaly who appears younger the older he gets.  A long film and one which makes interesting viewing, if ever anyone was in that position. 

The A Word - BBC 1 9:00pm   It's part two of the story of young Joe and his family admitting their son has autism.

The Firm - Move Mix 10:55pm  Still a classic film for Tom Cruise as the young legal eagle recruited by The Firm, with Gene Hackman playing his boss. Ed Harris also stars as the FBI agent trying to make Cruise turn. 

Embarrassing Bodies : Penis Special  -Really 10:00pm  For those of you who are not squeamish this will be interesting viewing. Personally just typing this I have a strange urge to cover my groin with a cushion.


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