This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Monday, July 16 2018

03:35Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
07:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
08:00BSL Zone: My Song Thought-provoking drama about deaf identity. A young deaf girl learns sign language to try to find herself. Instead, she becomes caught between the deaf and hearing worlds. [SL] 
08:30Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00Operation Petticoat Film (1959) Second World War comedy. Tony Curtis and Cary Grant play members of the crew of a submarine that's painted bright pink just as the Japanese launch their assault in the Pacific. 
13:25The Undefeated Film (1969) John Wayne and Rock Hudson star as ex American Civil War soldiers from opposing sides who reluctantly join forces to stop Mexican Emperor Maximillian's efforts to invade the South. 
15:45Doctor Dolittle Film (1967) Musical family adventure starring Rex Harrison. Tired of treating humans, a doctor trains to be a vet, learns the language of the animals and goes in search of legendary creatures. 
18:35Film4 Interview Programmes:... ...Talking Film: Stars and directors talk about making movies in this compendium of personal and practical reflections. Features Greta Gerwig, Tim Burton, Mark Rylance, Eva Green and more. 
18:45The Other Boleyn Girl Film (2008) Drama starring Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson. In 1520s England, the Boleyn family harshly and cynically use their daughters to gain favour with King Henry VIII. 
21:00Legend Film (2015) Tom Hardy plays both lead roles in a biopic, by turns humorous and brutally violent, of London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray. With Emily Browning. Very strong, offensive language. 
23:35Gangster No.1 Film (2000) Crime thriller. Malcolm McDowell stars as a London gangster recalling his rise to the top. With Paul Bettany and David Thewlis. Brutal and sadistic violence/very strong language. 
01:40Gone Too Far! Film (2013) Comedy drama about cultural tensions between London's BAME communities. A street-smart Londoner is embarrassed by the arrival of his elder brother from Nigeria. Strong language. 
03:25Teleshopping Teleshopping.