This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Wednesday, April 8 2020

04:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
07:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00Sunshine on Leith Film (2013) Musical drama set to the songs of The Proclaimers. Two ex-soldiers (George MacKay and Kevin Guthrie) think they've found their perfect women, but a secret threatens their happiness. 
12:55Capture the Flag Film (2015) Animation. When a power-crazy billionaire hatches a plan to claim the moon as his own property, a boy, a girl and a grumpy ex-astronaut grandad embark on a mission to stop him. 
14:45The Indian in the Cupboard Film (1995) Family fantasy starring Hal Scardino and Litefoot. A boy is given a magical cupboard as a gift on his ninth birthday - and discovers it can bring his toys to life. With Steve Coogan. 
16:40Harry and the Hendersons Film (1987) Comedy with John Lithgow and Melinda Dillon. A family adopt a Bigfoot after their car hits a large hairy animal. The creature is unhurt but will soon needs their protection. 
18:55X-Men: The Last Stand Film (2006) Fantasy adventure. The X-Men face a new threat: the development of an enforced cure for mutants. Starring Famke Janssen, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart. Violence. 
21:00Atomic Blonde Film (2017) Violent thriller starring Charlize Theron. A British spy is sent to Cold War Berlin to retrieve a very sensitive list. With Sofia Boutella and James McAvoy. Very Strong language/sex. 
23:15A Million Ways to Die in the West Film (2014) In Seth 'Family Guy' MacFarlane's take on the Western, a sheep farmer finds himself love rival to a moustache and a notorious murderer. Strong, crude language/sex/violence/drugs. 
01:30Dark Places Film (2015) Thriller about a woman whose family was slaughtered by her brother. Starring Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult. Adult themes/very strong language/violence/drugs. 
03:40Teleshopping Teleshopping.