• 06:00 | Danger Lights

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1930. Drama. Director: George B. Seitz. Stars Louis Wolheim, Robert Armstrong & Jean Arthur. A Homeless man gets a job on railroad by the yard boss, but quickly falls in love with the boss's Fiancée

  • 07:30 | Stagecoach West

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Fork in the Road. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E5)

  • 08:30 | Dick Tracy Vs Cueball

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1946. Thriller. Director: Gordon Douglas. Stars Morgan Conway, Dick Wessel & Esther Howard. Dick Tracy is on the trail of the rampaging arch nemesis, Cueball.

  • 09:45 | The Steel Key

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 85:00

    1953. Directed By Robert S. Baker and starring Terence Morgan, Joan Rice and Raymond Lovell. A professor working on a steel formula is murdered. Those after the formula will stop at nothing.

  • 11:10 | Joining the Youth Club In 1942

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    1942. Directed by Stanley Irving. An education film on the benefits of joining your local youth club in the 40s.

  • 11:25 | Scotland Yard

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1953. The Candlelight Murder. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Jack Lambert, Gerald Case, Robert Cawdron & Clifford Buckton. An inspector unmasks the killer of an elderly hermit.

  • 12:00 | Cone of Silence

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 110:00

    1960. Drama. Director: Charles Frend. Stars Michael Craig, Peter Cushing & Bernard Lee. A veteran pilot faces a court inquiry after a jet airliner crashes. His daughter fights to clear his name.

  • 13:50 | Glimpses: Seen at the Zoo in 1948

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    Made in 1948 we visit the zoo and spend time with the Giant Panda and The Penguins.

  • 13:55 | The Devil & Daniel Webster

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 125:00

    1941. Drama. Starring James Craig as Jabez Stone. As a down-on-his-luck New England farmer, Stone makes a deal with the Devil to give up his soul for seven years of prosperity and good luck.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point Round Up

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Round up of the week's news

  • 17:00 | Our Parlour

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Series made by older people. Maryann discusses the resources and facilities offered by community centres.

  • 17:30 | Talk Like That

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Debbie McGrory in conversation with drummer, Laurence McKeown, who has recently been plaing with in Bap Kennedy's band.

  • 18:00 | Collapse The Box

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Connor McKernan interviews north Belfast artist Anto Brennan, who practices in sculpture, paint and drawing. His work is often used as a vehicle, to reflect ongoing political and social issues.

  • 18:30 | Short Films

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Short Films

  • 18:45 | Walks Around Britain

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Special one hour show, the Great Glen Way, from Fortwilliam in the west to Inverness in the north.

  • 19:45 | The Colour in your Life

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Inspirational art show that takes you into the fascinating studios of the greatest artists from around the world. With Graeme Stevenson, international renowned artist himself.

  • 20:15 | O Liofa go La Dearg

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    How a cut to the small Gaeltacht bursary scheme reinvigorated the campaign for an Irish Language Act.

  • 20:45 | Walks Around Britain

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Special one hour show, the Great Glen Way, from Fortwilliam in the west to Inverness in the north.

  • 21:45 | Focal Point Round Up

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Round up of the week's news

  • 22:45 | Reclaim the Enlightenment

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Re-enactment, music, songs, discussion marking 225th anniversary of Belfast Volunteer Review and celebration of the French Revolution, 1792 held on the thrird anniversary of the fall of the Bastille.

  • 23:15 | The Lawrence John Show

    20 Aug 17 | Duration: 50:00

    Country & Western Show presented by Lawrence John

  • 06:00 | Incident in Shanghai

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1938. Drama. An unhappy wife of the head of The Red Cross in Shanghai falls for a pilot (Patrick Barr). The pilot is wounded and the husband must operate.

  • 07:20 | Stagecoach West

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    A Time To Run. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E6)

  • 08:20 | Forces' Sweetheart

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1953. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers. Three goofy soldiers played by Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine and Freddie Frinton vie for the affections of the lovely Judy, the ENSA-tainer.

  • 09:50 | BFI: Terminus

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 40:00

    1961. Drama. Directed by John Schlesinger. Iconic short of a day in the life of a London Railway Station.

  • 10:30 | Radio Cab Murder

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1954. Crime drama directed by Vernon Sewell and filmed at Nettelfold. An ex-convict taxi driver poses as a crook to catch a bank robber. Starring Jimmy Hanley and Sam Kydd.

  • 12:00 | Dentist In The Chair

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 95:00

    1960. Comedy. Stars Bob Monkhouse, Peggy Cummins, Kenneth Connor. A burglar breaks into the wrong shop and steals medical instruments instead of silver.

  • 13:35 | Glimpses: British Trade & Industry 1949

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    1949. Factual. Director: Ronald Craigen. Remarkable footage of the British Trade & Industry in London & Newcastle in the late 40's.

  • 14:00 | Marked Men

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1940. Crime. Director: Sam Newfield. Stars Warren Hull, Isabel Jewell & Paul Bryar. A young medical-school graduate escaped prison and finds a small haven in Arizona until gangsters show up.

  • 15:15 | Glimpses: All the Fun at the Fair

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    All the Fun at the Fair

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1954. Late Night Final. Director: Montgomery Tully. Stars Colin Tapley, Terence Yorke & Frank Forsyth. An investigation into Joe Burrage unveils a thrilling tale of the man who died twice!

  • 16:00 | Focal Point Extra

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Current Affairs

  • 16:30 | Collapse The Box

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    NVTV Arts Series

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | The Colour in your Life

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Inspirational art show that takes you into the fascinating studios of the greatest artists from around the world. With Graeme Stevenson, international renowned artist himself.

  • 18:35 | Short Films

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 18:45 | Our Parlour

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Series made by older people

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | The Jigs & The Reels

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Traditional Music

  • 20:15 | Football Express

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Stephen Looney and guests discuss the world of local and international football.

  • 20:45 | Walks Around Britain

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Two walks in the Lake District.

  • 21:15 | Behind the Science

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 21:45 | Focal Point

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:15 | Short Films

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Short Films

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | Democracy Now

    21 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | The Ace of Spades

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1935. Crime drama made at Twickenham Film Studios. Starring Michael Hogan, Dorothy Boyd and Richard Cooper. A man is accused of murder based on evidence written on a playing card.

  • 07:15 | Stagecoach West

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Red Sand. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E7)

  • 08:15 | The Mill on the Floss

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1936. Drama. Stars Geraldine Fitzgerald, James Mason & Felix Aylmer. A feud breaks out between two families over the rights to the water from the River Floss which powers the mill.

  • 09:45 | Ferry to Hong Kong

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 135:00

    1958. Adventure. Director: Lewis Gilbert. Stars Orson Welles. An adventure at sea ensues when Captain Hart has to accept a Hong Kong deportee. Also stars Curt Jurgens, Sylvia Syms and Jeremy Spencer

  • 12:00 | Not Wanted On Voyage

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 100:00

    1957. Comedy. The rollicking adventures of two stewards aboard a pleasure cruiser. Starring Ronald Shiner and Brian Rix.

  • 13:40 | Glimpses: The Economy Run 1957

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 20:00

    1957. Directed by Lew Davidson. Fantastic Economy drive footage of Silverstone and Ascot in the 50s. A must for all classic car enthusiasts.

  • 14:00 | Down Among The Z Men

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 85:00

    1952. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Michael Bentine, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers. Prof. Pureheart loses a secret formula in the grocery shop.

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1954. Fatal Journey. Director: Paul Gherzo. Stars Gordon Bell, Edward Forsyth, Jack Melford, Jane Welsh & Julian Somers. A husband returns home to find his wife collapsed on the floor.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Behind the Science

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | Collapse The Box

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    NVTV Arts Series

  • 18:35 | Short Films

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 18:45 | Novel Ideas

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Books and literature show

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | The Colour in your Life

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Inspirational art show that takes you into the fascinating studios of the greatest artists from around the world. With Graeme Stevenson, international renowned artist himself.

  • 20:15 | Focal Point Extra

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Current Affairs

  • 20:45 | Walks Around Britain

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Walks around Britain.

  • 21:15 | Football Express

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Stephen Looney and guests discuss the world of local and international football.

  • 21:45 | Short Films

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Short Films

  • 22:00 | Focal Point

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | The Baba Brinkman Show

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Special series featuring the Canadian rapper, best known for his Peer Reviewed Rap that fuses the music with literature, theatre, and science.

  • 23:30 | Democracy Now

    22 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | Talkies: John Finch

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    John Finch explains what it was like to edit A Family At War and how it came to be extended to over 50 episodes.

  • 06:05 | Hearts of Humanity

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1936. Drama. Directed by John Baxter. A clergyman (Wilfred Walter) finds himself hounded out of his clergy by gossip and turns to a new purpose in life. Also stars Bransby Williams & Cathleen Nesbitt.

  • 07:35 | Stagecoach West

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    High Lonesome. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E1)

  • 08:35 | Butch & Billy Bang: Western Plot

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    1961. Sam Angel's Plot. Bronco Bob must save his sweetheart Sally and her aunt from greedy Sam Angel when they strike oil at their ranch in this Western adventure.

  • 08:45 | Cavalcade of Variety

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1941. Musical directed by Thomas Bentley. Featuring Peter Brough, Billy Cotton and his band, the Sherman Fisher girls and many more.

  • 10:00 | Talkies: John Finch

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    John Finch explains what it was like to edit A Family At War and how it came to be extended to over 50 episodes.

  • 10:05 | Johnny On The Spot

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1954. Crime directed by Maclean Rogers. Johnny (Hugh McDermott) returns from a prison sentence to get the man who framed him.

  • 11:35 | Glimpses: Cambridge in 1945

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    A Glimpse at The University of Cambridge and student's life in 1945 and the surrounding streets and the town itself.

  • 12:00 | Paul Temple's Triumph

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 95:00

    1950. Nettlefold Films production directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley & Dinah Sheridan. Paul Temple is on the hunt for a kidnapped scientist who's invented a secret formula.

  • 13:35 | Air Parade

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    1938. Director: Al Christie. Stars Niela Goodelle, Lee Sullivan & Arthur Boran. A mix of Comedy, music, deco sets, radio station locale. Look out for a very early screen appearance of Robert Shayne.

  • 14:00 | Patricia Dainton Presents...

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    House in Marsh Road. Exclusive interviews with Patricia Dainton who discusses her time on this film and her career in general. (S1, E7)

  • 14:05 | The House In Marsh Road

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1960. Horror directed By Montgomery Tully and starring Patricia Dainton, Sam Kydd and Sandra Dorne. Jean is left a house and hopes it will be the fresh start they need but the house has other ideas.

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1953. The Candlelight Murder. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Jack Lambert, Gerald Case, Robert Cawdron & Clifford Buckton. An inspector unmasks the killer of an elderly hermit.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Behind the Science

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | Collapse The Box

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Connor McKernan interviews north Belfast artist Anto Brennan, who practices in sculpture, paint and drawing. His work is often used as a vehicle, to reflect ongoing political and social issues.

  • 18:35 | Our Parlour

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Series made by older people. Maryann discusses the resources and facilities offered by community centres.

  • 19:05 | Short Films

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | Talk Like That

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Debbie McGrory in conversation with drummer, Laurence McKeown, who has recently been plaing with in Bap Kennedy's band.

  • 20:15 | The Jigs & The Reels

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Traditional Music

  • 20:45 | Walks Around Britain

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Two walks in the Lake District.

  • 21:15 | Reclaim the Agenda

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Monthly discussion with women from the Reclaim the Agenda collective. Discussion following on from events held during Gay Pride week.

  • 21:45 | The Main Street - Tipperary

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    The main street in Tipperary. By Frameworks Films, Cork.

  • 22:00 | Focal Point

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | The Lawrence John Show

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 50:00

    Country & Western Show presented by Lawrence John

  • 23:50 | Democracy Now

    16 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | Boys Will Be Girls

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1937. If he can give up drinking, smoking and wild women, Bill (Leslie Fuller) will inherit a legacy.

  • 07:20 | Stagecoach West

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E8)

  • 08:20 | King of the Underworld

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 95:00

    1952. Crime. Director: Victor M. Gover. Stars Tod Slaughter, Patrick Barr, Tucker McGuire & Ingeborg Von Kusserow. A crook is implicated in blackmail, greed for emeralds, a secret formula and murder.

  • 09:55 | I'll Get You For This

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 100:00

    1951. Drama. Director Joseph M. Newman. Stars George Raft, Coleen Gray & Enzo Staiola. A gambler discovers he has been framed for the murder of a Treasury Agent and goes on a journey to clear his name

  • 11:35 | Glimpses: Cambridge in 1945

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    A Glimpse at The University of Cambridge and student's life in 1945 and the surrounding streets and the town itself.

  • 12:00 | Romantic Undertakings

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 115:00

    1996. A daughter takes on the running of a funeral business after her father's death. Stars William Katt.

  • 13:55 | Talkies: John Finch

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    The Writer. Exclusive interview with John Finch, Creator of A family At War. John discusses the importance of the writer on such a large series.

  • 14:00 | It's in the Bag

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1943. Directed by Herbert Mason. Sisters Gert and Daisy find out an old dress of Granny's that they have sold had £20,000 sewn into the hem. Can they get it back? Stars Elsie & Doris Waters.

  • 15:20 | Glimpses: London

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    Historic footage of London in the 50s including Oxford Street, Park Lane, Grosvenor Square, Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly and Eros by Night.

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1954. The Strange Case of Blonde. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Lee Sinclaire, Derek Alward, Cyril Smith & Russell Napier. A cat burglar adopts an unexpected disguise

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Behind the Science

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | Collapse The Box

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    NVTV Arts Series

  • 18:35 | Our Parlour

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Series made by older people

  • 19:05 | Short Films

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | Novel Ideas

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Books and literature show

  • 20:15 | The Jigs & The Reels

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Traditional Music

  • 20:45 | Walks Around Britain

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Walks around Britain.

  • 21:15 | Reclaim the Enlightenment

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Re-enactment, music, songs, discussion marking 225th anniversary of Belfast Volunteer Review and celebration of the French Revolution, 1792 held on the thrird anniversary of the fall of the Bastille.

  • 21:45 | Short Films

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Short Films

  • 22:00 | Focal Point

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | The Lawrence John Show

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 50:00

    Country & Western Show presented by Lawrence John

  • 23:50 | Democracy Now

    23 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | The Lad

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 85:00

    1935. Drama. A Convict (Gordon Harker) goes to a stately home intent on stealing but is mistaken for a detective.

  • 07:25 | Stagecoach West

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    The Land Beyond. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E2)

  • 08:25 | Live It Up

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 85:00

    1963. Featuring music from the likes of Kenny Ball, Gene Vincent and Heinz. A pop film classic from the golden era. Dave (David Hemmings) and his mates are GPO riders who dream of becoming stars.

  • 09:50 | All In Good Fun

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 50:00

    1956. Comedy. Bob Monkhouse introduces the golden age of slapstick comedy. Mack Sennett, Chaplin, The Keystone Kops and many more.

  • 10:40 | John Halifax Gentleman

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1938. Drama. Stars John Warwick, Nancy Burne, & Muriel Pavlow. A homeless waif arrives in Norton Bury in 1790. He eventually becomes a partner in the mill of his employer and a highly respected member

  • 12:00 | Glimpses: Seen at the Zoo in 1948

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    Made in 1948 we visit the zoo and spend time with the Giant Panda and The Penguins.

  • 12:05 | The Gilded Cage

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1955. Directed by John Gilling and starring Alex Nicol. Two brothers are embroiled in a racket to smuggle a valuable painting. When a murder is committed they must try and clear their names.

  • 13:35 | Glimpses: On Guard

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Directed by William Bullen. We join the Kent Ambulance Service for a week in the 1950s. On Call, attending incidents and how to prevent injuries in a 1950s home.

  • 13:50 | Glimpses: Around The World

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Around the World in 80 Days in 1963. The West Indies, Port Of Spain, Trinidad. On this trip we see a 60s Trinidad, Pitch lake & Maracas, also The Netherlands Antilles, Curacao. (S1, E2)

  • 14:00 | Gaolbreak

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1962. Directed by Francis Searle and starring Peter Reynolds, Avice Landon and David Kernan. A mother and her two sons run a newsagents as a front for their criminal activity.

  • 15:15 | BFI: New Towns for Old

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    1942. Factual. This wartime public information film combines impressive shots of industrial poverty with inspiring words scripted by Dylan Thomas, proffering new housing and better lives after the war

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1954. The Blazing Caravan. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Edgar Driver, Alan Robinson & Betty Carter. A Salesman turns murderer after learning that his client has just won the football pools.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Collapse The Box

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    Marianne O'Kane Boal in conversation with the artist Willie Heron

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | International Chef Exchange

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Andrew Kay presents top UK chefs who swap kitchens and countries around the world.

  • 19:05 | Short Films

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | The Jigs & The Reels

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Traditional Music

  • 20:15 | Walks Around Britain

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Two walks, both on Jersey.

  • 20:45 | Talk Like That

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Debbie McGrory in conversation with drummer, Laurence McKeown, who has recently been plaing with in Bap Kennedy's band.

  • 21:15 | Reclaim the Agenda

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Monthly discussion with women from the Reclaim the Agenda collective. Discussion following on from events held during Gay Pride week.

  • 21:45 | The Main Street - Tipperary

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    The main street in Tipperary. By Frameworks Films, Cork

  • 22:00 | Focal Point

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | The Baba Brinkman Show

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Special series featuring the Canadian rapper, best known for his Peer Reviewed Rap that fuses the music with literature, theatre, and science.

  • 23:30 | Democracy Now

    17 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | The Man Who Changed His Name

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 95:00

    1934. Drama. Lyn Harding plays Shelby Clive, who has been obliged to shorten his last name so that he won't be confused with a notorious (and never-apprehended) wife murderer.

  • 07:35 | Stagecoach West

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Dark Return. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E3)

  • 08:35 | Air Parade

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    1938. Director: Al Christie. Stars Niela Goodelle, Lee Sullivan & Arthur Boran. A mix of Comedy, music, deco sets, radio station locale. Look out for a very early screen appearance of Robert Shayne.

  • 09:00 | Tinker

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1949. Documentary. Gunther Krampf tells the story of young mining trainees. Tinker (Derek Smith), a Gipsy's son runs away and joins the mining school.

  • 10:15 | BFI: New Towns for Old

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    1942. Factual. This wartime public information film combines impressive shots of industrial poverty with inspiring words scripted by Dylan Thomas, proffering new housing and better lives after the war

  • 10:25 | While I Live

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 95:00

    1947. Drama. (aka The Dream of Olwen) 25 years later, a spinster still obsesses over the death of her sister, who was a composer.

  • 12:00 | Talkies: John Finch

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 5:00

    The Writer. Exclusive interview with John Finch, Creator of A family At War. John discusses the importance of the writer on such a large series.

  • 12:05 | Stranger In Town

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1957. Drama. Directed George Pollock. Starring Alex Nicol, Anne Paige & Mary Laura Wood. In a sleepy village, a composer is shot dead and a woman is found gassed. Who killed them and why?

  • 13:35 | Glimpses: Cambridge in 1945

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 25:00

    A Glimpse at The University of Cambridge and student's life in 1945 and the surrounding streets and the town itself.

  • 14:00 | Blackout

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 85:00

    1950. Crime Noir with Maxwell Reed and Dinah Sheridan. An ambulance drops a blind patient to the wrong address, where he stumbles over a dead body.

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1954. The Dark Stairway. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Vincent Ball & George Manship. A blind man who is witness to a murder on a darkened stairway is asked to identify the killer.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Our Parlour

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    Series made by older people. Maryann discusses the resources and facilities offered by community centres.

  • 17:05 | Edinburgh Festival 2017: LIVE

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Each weekday between 1700-1800 - Our live one hour show each weeknights between 1700 -1800 from the Dome garden on George St. Presented by David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch.

  • 18:05 | Behind the Science

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 18:35 | Short Films

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    Short Films

  • 18:45 | Focal Point Extra

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Current Affairs

  • 19:15 | Focal Point

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 19:45 | Walks Around Britain

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Special one hour show, the Great Glen Way, from Fortwilliam in the west to Inverness in the north.

  • 20:45 | The Colour in your Life

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Inspirational art show that takes you into the fascinating studios of the greatest artists from around the world. With Graeme Stevenson, international renowned artist himself.

  • 21:15 | Collapse The Box

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Connor McKernan interviews north Belfast artist Anto Brennan, who practices in sculpture, paint and drawing. His work is often used as a vehicle, to reflect ongoing political and social issues.

  • 21:45 | The Main Street - Tipperary

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    The main street in Tipperary. By Frameworks Films, Cork.

  • 22:00 | Focal Point

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 22:30 | Edinburgh Festival Late Show

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Edinburgh Festival Late Show Ewen Cameron has a half hour every weeknight to reflect the edgier side of the festival. Recorded in the “Why Not” nightclub underneath the Dome.

  • 23:00 | Democracy Now

    18 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 06:00 | Anything To Declare?

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1938. John Loder and Elliot Makeham star in this topical thriller. Professor Grayson is working on an anti-gas formula and Dr. Klee, whose peace propaganda masks other interests, means to obtain it.

  • 07:30 | Stagecoach West

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    The Unwanted. Western with Wayne Rogers & Robert Bray, who run a stagecoach line in the Old West where they come across a wide variety of killers, robbers and ladies in distress. (S1, E4)

  • 08:30 | Butch & Billy Bang: Western Plot

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 10:00

    1961. Sam Angel's Plot. Bronco Bob must save his sweetheart Sally and her aunt from greedy Sam Angel when they strike oil at their ranch in this Western adventure.

  • 08:40 | Angel Who Pawned Her Harp

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 90:00

    1954. Drama starring Felix Aylmer, Diane Cilento and Jerry Desmond. A beautiful angel is sent to The Angel, London, to help people with problems, but she has no money to support herself.

  • 10:10 | Scarlet Web

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 75:00

    1954. Crime drama directed by Charles Saunders. An insurance investigator is framed for murder after a client is found dead. Starring Griffith Jones and Hazel Court.

  • 11:25 | Scotland Yard

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1953. The Drayton Case. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Victor Platt & Vincent Ball. The aftermath of a wartime air raid reveals the body of a murdered woman.

  • 12:00 | The Marked One

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 80:00

    1963. Crime. Director: Francis Searle. Stars William Lucas, Zena Walker & Patrick Jordan. Criminals kidnap a man's daughter in order to obtain forgery plates which they believe to be in his possession

  • 13:20 | Sewers of Gold

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 125:00

    1979. Crime thriller. Directed by Francis Megahy and stars Ian McShane, Christopher Matthew and Warren Clarke. A group of fascists plan to finance their work by pulling off a bank robbery.

  • 15:25 | Scotland Yard

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 35:00

    1953. The Missing Man. Directed by Ken Hughes. Stars Tristan Rawson & Evelyn Moore. The Dream of a Retired Vicar's wife sets police on the trail of a man who has been missing since 1938.

  • 16:00 | Focal Point

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Local News

  • 16:30 | Walks Around Britain

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Two walks, one on Cumbria and the other on Alderney.

  • 17:00 | Short Films

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 15:00

    Short Films

  • 17:15 | Focal Point Extra

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Current Affairs

  • 17:45 | Focal Point Round Up

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Round up of the week's news

  • 18:45 | International Chef Exchange

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    Andrew Kay presents top UK chefs who swap kitchens and countries around the world.

  • 19:45 | Braniel - Edge of the Greeway

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Short documentary made with people in the Braniel.

  • 20:15 | Reclaim the Agenda

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Monthly discussion with women from the Reclaim the Agenda collective.

  • 20:45 | Democracy Now

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 60:00

    News from the USA

  • 21:45 | Reclaim the Enlightenment

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Re-enactment, music, songs, discussion marking 225th anniversary of Belfast Volunteer Review and celebration of the French Revolution, 1792 held on the thrird anniversary of the fall of the Bastille.

  • 22:15 | Novel Ideas

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Winnie M Li discusses her novel Dark Chapter, based on her sexual assault in Belfast in 2008.

  • 22:45 | Talk Like That

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Debbie McGrory in conversation with drummer, Laurence McKeown, who has recently been plaing with in Bap Kennedy's band.

  • 23:15 | Behind the Science

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Topics in the world of science

  • 23:45 | The Baba Brinkman Show

    19 Aug 17 | Duration: 30:00

    Special series featuring the Canadian rapper, best known for his Peer Reviewed Rap that fuses the music with literature, theatre, and science.