This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Friday, August 14 2020

03:20Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
07:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00Carry On Spying Film (1964) Comedy with Kenneth Williams, Bernard Cribbins, Charles Hawtrey and Barbara Windsor. An undercover agent and his bumbling trainees are sent to track down a stolen top secret formula. 
12:45Horton Hears a Who! Film (2008) Animated family adventure based on the Dr Seuss book. Horton the elephant, voiced by Jim Carrey, sets out to save the miniscule planet of the Whos from destruction. 
14:30A Dog's Purpose Film (2017) Lasse Hallström's comedy drama about the adventures of a dog who gets reincarnated as different breeds and has many different owners over the decades. With the voice of Josh Gad. 
16:30Cocoon Film (1985) Heart-warming sci-fi comedy. A group of retirees are rejuvenated after swimming in a pool storing strange objects from the sea. With Steve Guttenberg and Oscar-winning Don Ameche. 
18:45The Imitation Game Film (2014) Benedict Cumberbatch's Oscar-nominated role as Alan Turing, the socially awkward mathematician, WWII codebreaker, father of the modern computer and demonised homosexual. Violence. 
21:00Four Weddings and a Funeral Film (1994) BAFTA-winning comedy. Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell star as two people who should obviously be a couple, but who only meet at weddings and funerals. Strong language from the start. 
23:20Professor Marston and the... Film ...Wonder Women: (2017) Drama about the creator of Wonder Woman and the women who inspired the character - his wife and their mistress. Adults only: graphic sex/strong language. 
01:30Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Film (2016) Jane Austen's classic romance meets gory horror and deadpan comedy. Zombies have overrun 19th-century England. Lily James and Sam Riley star as Elizabeth and Mr Darcy. Violence. 
03:40Teleshopping Teleshopping.