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BBC Radio 1 England

Mark Radcliffe

Assisted by Mark Riley , plus Cult Film Review with Mark Kermode.
BBC Two England

The X-Files

New cult American drama series about the investigation of strange paranormal phenomena. Special agent Dana Scully is assigned to investigate an FBI project linked to the paranormal. She is aided by Fox Mulder , a man obsessed with the supernatural. Together they uncover a series of mysterious deaths.
Director Robert Mandel
BBC Two England

Moviedrome

Alex Cox returns with another season of the cult film series, beginning with a science fiction double bill.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
The Andromeda Strain
Thriller, based on a novel by Michael Crichton , and starring Arthur Hill
David Wayne , James Olson When a satellite crash-lands in a remote desert town, a lethal extraterrestrial organism is released. Broadcast for the first time in its original widescreen ratio. With Kate Reid , Paula Kelly , George Mitchell , Ramon Bieri. Director Robert Wise (1971)
BARRY NORMAN page 43
12.45-2.05am Fiend without a Face
British-made monster horror.
A scientist working on the materialisation of thought unleashes a deadly force. With Kynaston Reeves , Terence
Kilburn, Marshall Thompson. Director Arthur Crabtree (1957)
FlLM REVIEWS pages 46-50
BBC Two England

Moviedrome

Cult film series with Alex Cox.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
The People under the Stairs
First showing on network television for this horror starring
Brandon Adams
When 13-year-old "Fool" breaks into the house of the landlords who are about to evict his family he stumbles into a nightmare world - the world of the people under the stairs.
Director Wes Craven (1991)
BBC Two England

Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces a double bill in the cult film series.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
Coogan's Bluff
Starring
Clint Eastwood
Lee J Cobb

Walt Coogan, a Deputy Sheriff from Arizona, arrives in New York to take a killer back to his own state. But he doesn't reckon on the bureaucratic tangles of the big city.
Director Don Siegel (1968) (Clint Eastwood also stars in Two Mules for Sister Sara on Friday at 10.35pm on BBC1)
BBC One London

Omnibus

Quentln Tarantlno: Hollywood's Boy Wonder
Pulp Fiction, the latest offering by wunderkind of cinema Quentin Tarantino , opens this week in Britain. Meanwhile,
Tarantino's cult classic Reservoir Dogs is still running in the cinemas, having been denied a certificate for video viewing because of its scenes of violence. This Omnibus profile delves into the background of one of Hollywood's most voguish directors. See today's choices.
Director David Thompson ; Series editor Nigel Williams
♦Should violence on TV be censored?
See our report on page 28
BBC Two England

Moviedrome

Cult film series with Alex Cox. Producer Nick Freand Jones
Carnal Knowledge
Drama starring
Jack Nicholson
Art Garf unkel
The story follows two men from college days to middle age. In its original widescreen ratio for the first time on television.
Director Mike Nichols (
BBC Radio 1 England

Stuart Maconie

Thursday night is movie night, and Mark Kermode joins
Stuart Maconie to discuss his favourite Cult Film.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with two bands recorded exclusively in session. James King talks cult film from his Movie Lounge.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with new music, including James King on cult film in Chainsaw Cinema.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with new music. including Mark Kermode on cult film in Chainsaw Cinema.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with new music, including James King on cult film in Chainsaw Cinema.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with new music, including Mark Kermode 's cult film ChainsawCinema.
BBC One London

Too Much Sun

Second in a six-part comedy series starring Mark Addy and Alex Jennings.
Cross Purposes. Nigel finds himself plunged into the shady underworld of Los Angeles transvestites. Contains strong language. See Choice.
Written by Jim Piddock and Margaret Oberman
Producer Jamie Rix : Director John Stroud (S) (W)
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

With Steve Lamacq. Including James King on cult film in Chainsaw Cinema. Plus session tracks from EZ Rollers and Terris and an exclusive play of the new Bentley Rhythm Ace single.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with two bands recorded exclusively in session. James King talks cult film from his Movie Lounge.
BBC Radio 1 England

Evening Session

Steve Lamacq with new music, including Mark Kermode on cult film in Chainsaw Cinema.
BBC Two England

I Love 1987

Richard E Grant, the star of the cult film hit Withnail and I, hosts this look back at the other crazes of the year. Blossoming musical talent included soul sensation Terence Trent D'Arby, baritone angel Rick Astley and party animals the Beastie Boys, while lifestyle tips were provided by US TV drama thirtysomething, and designers took on everything from food and beer, to trainers and puffballs.
Producer Liz Molyneux / Love 1988 shown tomorrow at 12.10am
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Play: Madonna's Plumber

By Christopher Matthew. Nigel Breezer 's trip to a film premiere in a courtesy limo gives him the opportunity to pass on the benefit of an insider's view of the famous and not-so-famous, as well as a few tricks of his trade as a plumber.
Director Toby Swift
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Storyman with Andrew Clover

New series 1/6. John Waters. Andrew Clover , the Storyman, invites celebrities to improvise stories. In the intimacy of his puke-green apartment, cult director of Pink Flamingos, Cry Baby and Hairspray,
John Waters talks about his hopes, fantasies and fears before revealing he's scared of one thing: reincarnation. Ever puckish, Clover then begins a tale in which Waters has been reincarnated. Producer Gary Reich






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