This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Film Four on Friday, November 16 2018

06:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
11:00The Savage Film (1952) Western with Charlton Heston. A white boy is raised by the Sioux after his family is massacred by Crow warriors. But his loyalties are torn between Sioux and settlers in later life. 
12:55Trapeze Film (1956) Drama with Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis and Gina Lollobrigida. A washed-up trapeze artist agrees to teach a rising star a dangerous stunt. But then they both fall for the same woman. 
15:05Three Faces West Film (1940) Western starring Charles Coburn, Sigrid Gurie and John Wayne. An Austrian doctor and his daughter flee the Nazis to America, where a natural disaster forces them to move once again. 
16:45Guns at Batasi Film (1964) Richard Attenborough gives an award-winning performance as a Regimental Sergeant Major who goes down fighting while the British military relinquishes its command in 1960s Africa. 
18:50Widows Interview Special Cast members Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Daniel Kaluuya and director Steve McQueen talk about making the gritty and emotional heist drama Widows. 
19:00The Cold Light of Day Film (2012) Action thriller starring Bruce Willis and Henry Cavill. A family holiday in Spain turns into a tale of secret identities, kidnap and deadly pursuit. With Sigourney Weaver. Violence. 
20:50Bohemian Rhapsody Interview... ...Special Rami Malek discusses playing Freddie Mercury in the rock biopic about the rise of the band Queen. 
21:00Hell or High Water Film (2016) Thriller with Chris Pine, Ben Foster and Jeff Bridges. Two brothers rob branches of the Texan bank that intends to foreclose on their family's ranch. Strong language/violence/sex. 
23:10Legend Film (2015) Tom Hardy season: Hardy plays both lead roles in a biopic, by turns humorous and brutally violent, of London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray. Very strong, offensive language. 
01:45Filth Film (2013) Dark comedy-drama. James McAvoy stars as a debauched, misanthropic policeman whose life is in a grim tailspin. Adults only: very strong and offensive language/sex/violence/drug use. 
03:40Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
06:00Teleshopping Teleshopping.