This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Tuesday, January 16 2018

06:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00Fixed Bayonets! Film (1951) Korean War drama about the stress of battle. Officers drop one by one as a US platoon fights a rearguard action, leaving one unwilling man (Richard Basehart) to take their place. 
12:50The War Wagon Film (1967) Western. John Wayne, Kirk Douglas and Howard Keel star in a humour-imbued adventure about a daring attempt to steal a heavily protected shipment of gold. 
14:55Darkest Hour Interview Special Gary Oldman talks about playing Winston Churchill in director Joe Wright's historical drama. 
15:00How to Murder Your Wife Film (1965) Comedy starring Jack Lemmon. A happily-single cartoonist finds his life radically changed after he drunkenly weds an Italian beauty at a stag party. With Terry-Thomas and Virna Lisi. 
17:20Last Train from Gun Hill Film (1959) Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn star in John Sturges's western. A US marshall sets out to arrest the men who raped and murdered his wife - only to discover that he knows one of them. 
19:10Source Code Film (2011) Violent time-travel thriller with Jake Gyllenhaal. A man repeatedly relives the final minutes before an explosion on a train in order to prevent the terrorists' next deadly attack. 
21:00Taken 2 Liam Neeson Week Violent thriller sequel starring Neeson, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen. The Mills family must again fight for survival when an old enemy seeks revenge in Istanbul. 
22:50Battle Los Angeles Film (2011) Sci-fi action thriller. A group of soldiers are caught up in the chaos when aliens invade Los Angeles. Starring Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez. Violent scenes. 
01:05The Fighter Film (2010) Adult drama. Mark Wahlberg stars as the US welterweight boxer Micky Ward. With Oscar-winning support from Christian Bale and Melissa Leo. Strong language/sex/violence/drugs. 
03:20Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
06:00Teleshopping Teleshopping.