This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Friday, July 17 2020

03:35Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
07:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00The Professionals Film (1966) Action-packed western. Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan and Woody Strode star as soldiers of fortune hired by a wealthy rancher to rescue his kidnapped wife. Violence. 
13:20Hell Below Zero Film (1953) Thriller with Joan Tetzel and Alan Ladd. When her father is killed, a whaling-boat skipper teams up with a crewman to track the murderer. Whaling footage some may find disturbing. 
15:10The Last Frontier Film (1956) Western. Three frontiersmen agree to become scouts for a cavalry fort. But tension arises when one of them reveals his attraction to the colonel's wife. With Victor Mature. 
17:10The Two Faces of January Film (2014) Thriller with Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac. A US couple holidaying in 1960s Greece meet a fellow expat who offers to be their guide. But each of them has secrets. 
19:00Fantastic Four Film (2015) Marvel Comics' superhero adventure. After entering an alternative dimension, four people gain unwanted and dangerous powers, which they must use to save the human race. Violence. 
21:00The Ritual Film (2017) Violent horror with Rafe Spall. Four friends go hiking in Sweden in the memory of a dead mate. When one is injured, they must take a shortcut through a forest. Very strong language. 
22:50The Business Film (2005) In Nick Love's thriller, gangster Danny Dyer heads for Spain, where the blood soon flows amid the bougainvillea. Very strong language/brutal gangland violence. 
00:40The Pyramid Film (2014) Supernatural horror. A team exploring an ancient Egyptian pyramid find themselves in deep trouble when they discover the monument's terrifying original purpose. Violent scenes. 
02:25Smashed Film (2012) Drama starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul. An alcoholic primary school teacher must confront her addiction after she lies to her boss. Strong language/drugs. 
04:00Teleshopping Teleshopping.