29 OCTOBER – 4 NOVEMBER 2022
The terrestrial channels are again presenting some of the best new British films this week. The downside is that there is a clash, so you might need to use one of the catch-up services.
ROCKS (2019) Sunday 30 October 10.15pm-12.05am Channel 4 P
Bukky Bakray won the Bafta Rising Star for her performance as a teenager left to look after her younger brother, when her mother leaves unexpectedly.
HIS HOUSE (2020) Sunday 30 October 10.45pm-12.15am BBC 2 P
A most intriguing offering we have here: a couple from South Sudan are granted asylum; unfortunately, the council house they have been given might be haunted. . . .
A STORY OF BONES (2022) Tuesday 1 November 9.30-11.05pm BBC 4 P
Another fascinating Storyville documentary – this time about the discovery of human remains on Saint Helena in 2008 and the efforts of Annina Van Neel to have the emancipated slaves who died remembered.
A REFLECTION OF FEAR (1973) Friday 4 November 9.05-10.55pm Talking Pictures (Channel 82)
TP does it again with another rarity. This one has a particularly interesting cast – Robert Shaw, Mary Ure, Sally Kellerman and Sondra Locke – and is the sort of thriller that had to be made in the 70s and not in the 1960s or 1980s. Cinematographer William A Fraker only directed three cinema features and they all have merit.
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