Friday, 29 October 2010

The FILM GUIDE recommends.....




This week the FILM GUIDE was presented by Danny and special guest Becky Payne (pictured).

This weeks TV film recommendations are as follows:

TOMORROW
12.50pm - 2.45pm
ITV3

SUNDAY
9pm - 11.25pm
TCM

MONDAY
11pm - 1.15am
Film4

WEDNESDAY
11.25pm - 1.15am
BBC1

THURSDAY
10.35pm - 12.50am
Film 4

Next week our guest presenter is Nick Hazell.  Many thanks to Becky for helping us out.

Thursday, 28 October 2010

The University of the Third Age (U3A)

Today we were joined by Margaret Wainwright of the St Albans University of the Third Age.

U3As are self-help, self-managed lifelong learning co-operatives for people no longer in full time work, providing opportunities for their members to share learning experiences in a wide range of interest groups and to pursue learning not for qualifications, but for fun.

Margaret explained that the organisation has no buildings, no permanent teachers, no qualifications, no tests and no homework! There are many local groups including languages, music, bus pass explorers, walking, creative writing and many, many more.

The St Albans group currently has about 570 members and the Chiswell Green group over 300 members.

St Albans local website:
http://u3asites.org.uk/frontpage.php?publish=stalbans

U3A national website:
http://www.u3a.org.uk

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

The Abbeyfield Society


This afternoon we were joined by Manuella White from the Abbeyfield Society. Abbeyfield is a non-profit organisation that provides housing, care and support for older people. They have provided over 700 houses and care homes across the UK with 14 of these houses in Hertfordshire.

On Friday, Abbeyfield are looking for wannabe wine conoisseurs to attend their event 'Call My Wine Bluff'! The event will involve three experts leading you through a variety of wines of different complexity and character but only one will be telling the truth. Then it is up to you and your table to decide - Wine Bluff or Buff? Tickets are £20 and include a welcome glass of fizz, six tasting wines, quality raffle prizes, cheese and pate platters, a great band and a bar which will be open all evening. It's not just for the elderly, its for anyone who likes a glass of wine! To reserve a place, contact Nicola Cohen on 07802465910 or visit www.abbeyfield.com/events.

All proceeds will go to the Abbeyfield Society. For more information about Abbeyfield, call 01727 857536 for head office or go to www.abbeyfield.com

This Week's Featured Track: The Goo Goo Dolls - Notbroken

Hi Drivetimers

This is my featured track for the week, let me know what you think.


Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Playlist w/c 25th October 2010

Hi Drivetimers,

Here is our new music playlist for the forthcoming week:

Bon Jovi - What Do You Got?
Bruce Springsteen - Save My Love
Cee Lo Green - Forget You
Chris De Burgh - Everywhere I Go
Elton John & Leon Russell - If It Wasn’t For Bad
Elvis Costello - I Lost You
Goo Goo Dolls - Notbroken
Hurts - Stay
Imelda May - Kentish Town Waltz
James Blunt - Stay The Night
Jamiroquai- Blue Skies
JLS - Love You More
Lady Antebellum - American Honey
Lauren Pritchard - Not The Drinking
Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Way I Feel
Michael Bublé - Hollywood
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - Sister Marie Says
Paloma Faith - Smoke & Mirrors
Pete Lawrie - In The End
Robert Plant - You Can’t Buy My Love
Rumer - Aretha
Take That - The Flood
Taylor Swift - Mine
The Drizabone Soul Family - Don’t Break My Heart
Thea Gilmore - Teach Me To Be Bad
Westlife - Safe

Items in BOLD are new additions

Friday, 22 October 2010

Thursday, 21 October 2010

St. Albans Laughter Club

This afternoon Lotte Mikkelsen of the St. Albans Laughter Club joined us on the show. Lotte was inspired to start the St Albans Laughter Club after attending World Laughter Day and laughing with 8000 other people! Lotte explained that the brain doesn't know the difference between between real and fake laughter and that they follow the principle of "Fake it until you make it". The outcome is an intake of plenty of fresh oxygen and a release of endorphins that make you feel good!

The club usually meets on the second Sunday of the month between 1 - 2pm. Although their next meeting is on 7th November at the Jubilee Community Centre, Catherine Street.

Find out more and details of their daily free telephone laughter club, on their website at:
http://www.unitedmind.co.uk/clubs.html

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

St Albans Friends Of The Earth

Hi Bloggers

This evening we heard from Amanda Yowerth from St Albans Friends of The Earth who told us that the local branch deals with both local and international envrionmenatl issues concerning the planet.

Amongst the issues currently under review are the proposal for a local incenerator and the climate change conference in Cancun, Mexico.

Some ideas for all of us to help the environment are:

- Saving energy in the home by switching of lights and appliances when not in use
- Use public transport instead of the car.

Amanda went on to talk about another current issue which is the trade in soya beans which are used to feed livestock in the UK, the soya is grown in the Amazonian area which causes destruction of rain forests. This item is the subject of the Sustainable Livestock bill which goes before parliament on 12th November and you can contact your local MP to raise support for this bill.

The local branch of Friends of the Earth are also undertaking a project in local schools at present by demonstrating how energy can be saved in the home by use of portable energy monitors.

The branch hold meetings locally on the first Monday of each month at 8.00pm and full details can be found at http://www.stalbansfoe.org/or email stalbansfoe@hotmail.com

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Monthly feature with Mark Clementson from Verulam Writers Circle (VWC)


This month Mark told us all about some events VWC have coming up.......

Firstly, on Tuesday 23rd November,  'Classic Tales at The Courthouse' - a special evening of live readings of work by classic writers such as Charles Dickens, Jerome K Jerome and Oscar Wilde. Enjoy stories read by Keith Drinkel, best known for roles in television gems such as 'A Family At War' and 'I Didn't Know You Cared', and Lisa Armytage, who played Dr Beverly Robinson in the heyday of 'Neighbours' and has just completed a West End run opposite Joe McGann.

The evening takes place at The Court House, High Street, Berkhamsted and begins at 7.45pm. Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions) with 10% of all ticket sales going to The Prostate Cancer Charity. Ticket includes mulled wine and a mince pie and can be purchased from Cole Flatt & Partners, 124 High Street, Berkhamsted or by calling 01442 862628.

Another great event to look forward to is the VWC 'Open Mic Night' which is being held at the Goat Inn Pub, 37 Sopwell Lane, St Albans, AL1 1RN. Admission is free and open to all. It's on Thursday 25th November and is expected to be packed to the walls!

The night is part of National Short Story Week (22nd-28th Nov), and will comprise readings of short stories, extracts and poems made in pre-booked slots of around 3 minutes each. There's no judging, just applause and is a celebration of writing! To join the audience, simply pitch up for what promises to be a terrific evening that will leave everyone fired up and fizzing with creativity! If you want to read, please contact Susan via www.vwc.org.uk/contact.php - places are limited and strictly 'first-come-first-served'.

And don't forget that on the 19th February 2011, it's 'Get Writing 2011' . This is the VWC conference at University of Hertfordshire. you can book tickets in 2 weeks and find out full programme information at the VWC website: http://www.vwc.org.uk/ or follow the details on twitter at or follow them on twitter.com/getwriting2011. There will now be SIX people to pitch your work/ideas to plus workshops, talks, booksales and signings. Food is also included! And that's all for just £55.

Check out VWC's website for even more info on what they do.

Monday, 18 October 2010

This Week's Featured Track - PETE LAWRIE - IN THE END [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Monthly Feature with Michelle Hart of St Albans Volunteer Centre

Michelle from St Albans Volunteer Centre was back in the studio today and telling us all about becoming a trustee. Anyone over 18 can be become a Trustee. A Trustee for a charity or local community organisation means that you use your skills, knowledge and experience to provide guidance to organisations who really need help and support especially in this difficult economic climate.

No previous experience is needed and it's a great way of making a contribution to a local organisation. The CVS is going to organise an event which will provide more information about becoming a Trustee. We'll put information on the blog as soon as we have it.

And the CVS St Albans have a new facebook page! Check out:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Volunteer-St-Albans-District/164647833550512

Tune in for these great features and interviews this week.......


Today: we have our monthly Interview with Michelle Hart from St Albans Volunteer Centre.

Tomorrow: it's the monthly feature with Mark Clementson from Verulam Writers' Circle.

Wednesday: we'll be talking to Amanda Yorwerth from Friends of the Earth.

Thursday: Lotte Mikkelsen of St Albans Laughter Club will be giving an interview.

Friday: it's the Film Guide with Simon Carver.

Playlist w/c 18th October 2010

Hi Drivetimers

Here is our new music playlist for the forthcoming week:

Bon Jovi - What Do You Got?
Cee Lo Green - Forget You
Chris De Burgh - Everywhere I Go
Eliza Doolittle - Rollerblades
Elton John & Leon Russell - If It Wasn’t For Bad
Elvis Costello - I Lost You
James Blunt - Stay The Night
Jamiroquai - Blue Skies
Joe McElderry - Ambitions
Lady Antebellum - American Honey
Lauren Pritchard - Not The Drinking
Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Way I Feel
Michael Bublé - Hollywood
Mt. Desolation - Departure
Paloma Faith - Smoke & Mirrors
Pete Lawrie - In The End
Pixie Lott - Broken Arrow
Robbie Williams - Shame (feat Gary Barlow) / Heart and I
Robert Plant - You Can’t Buy My Love
Rumer - Aretha
Take That - The Flood
Taylor Swift - Mine
The Drizabone Soul Family - Don’t Break My Heart
The Hoosiers - Unlikely Hero (I Like Everybody)
Tom Jones - Run On
Westlife - Safe

Items in BOLD are new additions

We'd love to know what you think of our choices.

See you on the air!

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Friday, 15 October 2010

Film Guide with Simon Carver



Here are the TV film recommendations from Simon for the week ahead:


Tonight

Walk the Line
9:00pm - 11:35pm
Film4

Saturday

Sweet Smell of Success
11:30pm - 1:05am
BBC2 London

Sunday

Gods and Monsters
10:40pm - 12:20am
BBC4

Monday


One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
9:00pm - 11:35pm
Film4

Wednesday

The Quatermass Xperiment
10:45pm - 12:05am
BBC4

Thursday

The Insider
9:00pm - 12:05am
Film4

POPDANCE TEA POP PARTY......raising funds for GROVE HOUSE

Today, we heard from Sue from Popdance who are organising a fundraising event in aid of Grove House.

The event is called the 'POPDANCE TEA POP PARTY', and will be held at The Thistle Hotel (formerly The Noke), Watford Road, St Albans AL2 3DS (just off the roundabout by the petrol Station) on Friday the 22nd October, 10am - 1pm.

Entry fee is £5 per person or you can buy tickets by clicking HERE. You get a tea or coffee and a cake included in the ticket price. All profits from entry fees/tickets will go straight to Grove House Hospice.

It’s a chance to get together with Popdancers, friends, family and colleagues, have a cup of tea and a cupcake, peruse some beautiful potential Christmas presents, and watch or take part in a Popdance demo. Popdance is a relaxed, fun and entertainingdance class for adults who want to learn dance routines to pop music and also get some exercise.

The event is for a very worthwhile cause – the entry fee and a share of the profits from the traders at the event will be donated to Grove House.

Grove House provides patients, families and carers can access specialist care and support to enhance quality of life during cancer and life-threatening illness. They provide services free of charge and cover St Albans, Harpenden and Dacorum.

For more information about Grove House, visit the website at
www.grove-house.org.uk






Thursday, 14 October 2010

Kane Ricca Interview


This afternoon on the show was dance star Kane Ricca!

Recently seen on Sky1's GOT TO DANCE, Kane is currently filming and starring in a new Nickelodeon Comedy Series to be released in October.

Kane's website: http://www.kanericca.com/

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Monthly Travel Feature with Andy Jarosz

This month Andy talked about guide books. Do they still have a place in a modern world......?

Sales for guide books are in decline mainly due to other ways of being able to get hold of information before and during travel. The internet provides loads of information for travellers - including information and advice from tourist board websites and it's all for free.

The web can also provide reviews and recommendations on places to go, accomodation and things to do once you arrive at your chosen destination.

Digital travel guides are becoming increasingly popular especially when you can access the internet through your phone whilst on holiday. On some websites you can download information just for specific areas within larger cities or relevant to particular interests. Certainly saves having to cart round a few hundred pages of guide book!

And for those of you choosing a web based guide book to use on your phone whilst on your travels, do remember you'll need an internet connection and your charger. Costs can also be incredibly high when using a mobile abroad - especially using apps which can be very data hungry.

However, it could be said that guide books (whether you opt for electronic or paper based) can take some of the spontaneity out of travelling. It's possible to over plan when going on holiday, rather than discovering great places as you find your way around your destination.

And if you do like a traditional paper guide book, they'll serve as a permanent memory on the book shelf, and they turn into history books as they get older and outdated!

Monday, 11 October 2010

Monthly Feature with Elizabeth Crampton of St Albans Citizens Advice Bureau


Elizabeth from the Citizens Advice Bureau in
St Albans (CAB) started this months advice feature by talking about redunduncies.

With cuts in government budgets looming,
we could potentially see lots of redunduncies
in the public sector. Redunduncies are a form
of dismissal and something that employees
can't do much about.

However, you need to take advice if you are made reduntant and your former employer then fills your position with someone else. This isn't redunduncy but a form of getting rid of you when you may have done nothing wrong.

Employers are also required to provide a statuary minimum of redunduncy pay which varies according to years and service and through completing at least 2 years service with your employer.

Next, Elizabeth advised on what can be done if you're struggling with mortgage repayments, particulary having been made redundant. If you have missed mortgage payments, you may be able to claim benfits to cover your mortgage interest payments. Make sure aswell you claim all other benfits you are entitled to which can help take away some of the financial pressures which can be felt through redunduncy. The CAB can advise on what you might be entitled to.

And check the terms of your mortgage. You may find that you have 'Mortage Protection Insurance' which can pay your mortgage in circumstances where you loose your job through redunduncy or illness.

The next topic was about new scams. These include being contacted by phone or email by people claiming to be from HMRC and wanting to process tax refunds. People have then been asked to supply bank details. The advice was never to give out any personal or bank related details to anyone claiming to be from HMRC. If HMRC do offer you a tax refund it will always be processed by letter through the post.

Other current scams include:

- if you're selling your car, you could be contacted by someone claiming to have found a buyer for you and wanting you to send them a 'matching up' fee. Chances you'll never hear from that person or see your money ever again.

- some overseas companies are offering bargain priced shares with great returns. Often these shares are only worth a fraction of what's paid for them and returns are not guarenteed, often very low or non existent.

- and a scam mainly targetted at students and young people concerns deposits given to private landlords to secure accomodation. It's been reported that some people posing as landlords have taken money as deposits and are then refusing tenancies due to 'poor references' with deposit money not being returned.

For more information on St Albans CAB, check out the website at www.stalbans-cab.org or call them on 01727 855269.

Interviews and features for this week....

This week on Westherts Drivetime, we have lots of live interviews and features including:

Today: we have our monthly feature with St Albans Citizens Advice Bureau featuring Elizabeth Crampton

Tomorrow: we'll Andy Jarosz's monthly Travel Feature

Wednesday: we have an interview with local author Oscar Windsor Smith

Thursday: we have an inteview with dancer Kane Ricca

Friday: Simon Carver will be here for the weekly Film Guide

Playlist w/c 11th October 2010

Hi Drivetimers

Please find below our new music playlist for the forthcoming week:

Bon Jovi - What Do You Got?
Carl Barât - Run With The Boys
Caro Emerald - Back It Up
Cee Lo Green - Forget You
Chris De Burgh - Everywhere I Go
Eliza Doolittle - Rollerblades
Elton John & Leon Russell - If It Wasn’t For Bad
Elvis Costello - I Lost You

Enrique Iglesias (featuring Nicole Scherzinger) - Heartbeat
James Blunt - Stay The Night
Jamiroquai - Blue Skies

Joe McElderry - Ambitions
Lauren Pritchard - Not The Drinking

Lifehouse - Halfway Gone
Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Way I Feel

Michael Bublé - Hollywood
Mt. Desolation - Departure

Pixie Lott - Broken Arrow
Robbie Williams - Shame (feat Gary Barlow) / Heart and I
Rumer - Aretha
Scouting For Girls - Don’t Want To Leave You
Sheryl Crow - Sign Your Name
Squeeze - Loving You Tonight
Take That - The Flood

Taylor Swift - Mine
The Drizabone Soul Family - Don’t Break My Heart
The Hoosiers - Unlikely Hero (I Like Everybody)
Tom Jones - Run On
Items in BOLD are new additions
This week's featured album is Pure Blue Green by Kirsty Almeida

We hope you enjoy our selections, why not let us know what you think?

Friday, 8 October 2010

Tomorrow at the Maltings Arts Theatre ..............'THE CHAIR' & 'ENOUGH'

Starting at 8pm, the C-12 Dance Theatre present a double bill of critically acclaimed work at the Maltings Arts Theatre.

The Chair appeals to both theatre and dance audiences, due to its strong intelligent narrative, as well as its fluid, athletic and physical movement. Murder, torture and forgiveness are explored through one man’s discovery of his past. What is the truth behind this individual’s situation? What will be his retribution?

And Enough will delve into inner most thoughts, wishes and desires, exploring the struggle to release the burden that is inside. Powerfully delivered and delicately balanced, this contemporary dance theatre piece has something for everyone.

These productions have had excellent reviews and some tickets are still available from the Maltings Arts Theatre. Bookings can be made by phone (01727 844222) or in person.

For more information on C12, check out: http://www.c-12dancetheatre.com/

Film Guide with Simon Carver


Here are Simon's film recommendations for the week ahead:

Tonight

Don't Say a Word
9:00pm - 11:10pm
Film4

Saturday

Die Hard 4.0
9:15pm - 11:45pm
Channel 4

Sunday

Looking for Eric
9:00pm - 11:10pm
Channel 4

Monday

The Good German
11:05pm - 1:10am
Channel 4

Wednesday

Letters from Iwo Jima
11:15pm - 1:55am
More4

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Interview with Risa Hall - Listen Again

Hi Drivetimers

On today's show we were joined by the charming and talented Risa Hall. To hear the interview, please click below:


Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Is that the time? Lord...: Question: Is Steam Radio a Corpse, Zombie or Phoen...

Check out this interesting piece by a future guest on West Herts Drivetime:

Is that the time? Lord...: Question: Is Steam Radio a Corpse, Zombie or Phoen...: "Answer: None of the above. Radio lives. Despite the best efforts of Buggles back in the day, rumours of the death of Radio were – as Mark ..."

Special Constable Jenny Gibson - Hertforshire Constabulary

This evening we heard from Jenny Gibson who is a special constable with the Herts Police force, Jenny became a special after a member of her family was a victim of crime and been performing her role for around 15 months.

The role of a Special Constable requires a commitment to perform 16 hours per month, and gives you the same powers as a regular officer.

On Saturday 16th October Hertfordshire Police are holding an open day at their HQ in Welwyn to allow individuals who are interested in the role to meet specials and regular officers and have the chance to ask questions about the role and what it entails. The open day is between 10.00am and 2.00pm and full details about the event can be found at www.herts.police.uk

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Interview with Jean Gardner from Hertfordshire Geological Society

Today we heard from Jean Gardner from Hertfordshire Geological Society. This local group has been meeting for over 30 years

The society is for anyone interested in geology, whether beginners or experienced.

They hold monthly talks in St Albans on a wide range of earth science topics. They also run several day and weekend field trips each year and usually a longer foreign excursion.

The next meeting is this Thursday (7th October) at 7.30pm at Verulamium Museum and will feature a talk by Dr. Peter Skelton (Open University) called "Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life".

For more information on the society, check out the website. On the website you can also find details of how to get hold of a copy of the new book"Hertfordshire Geology and Landscape"
which is due to be published later this year.

Monday, 4 October 2010

Monthly Feature with Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust

This afternoon we heard from Sarah Buckingham and Sarah Mee - both from the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.

It's autumn and a great time of year for local wildlife nature. A top tip was to check out Autumn Watch on BBc2 starting this Thursday at 8.30pm. It runs for 8 weeks and will cover all things autumnal.

And if you want to venture outdoors, autumn is a great time of year in local area for nature and wildlife. Lots of different fungi can be found growing this time of year, particulary in Balls Wood or Gobions Wood. Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust have produced a 'Fungi Detective Spotting' sheet which is available here.

Autumn is also a good time to see roosting birds. Some great nature reserves for birdwatching include Amwell and King's Meads. A Winter Birds spotting sheet has been produced by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust which is available here.

Next, we were told all about the new fundraising campaign 'Wear your Wellies for Wildlife'. Wear your Wellies for Wildlife is a truly brilliant fundraising campaign, which will see everyone enjoying fun filled antics as wacky-welly-races or designing a wildife welly in the children's drawing competition. You could even get sponsored to wear your wellies!

Register now for your free welly-tastic information pack. The pack includes everything you need to know about how you can fundraise for the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, including a special 'How to Run a Wellies for Wildlife Day' factsheet. Alternatively, call 01727 858901 or email sarah.mee@hmwt.org to discuss your involvement.

For more info all about Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and directions to the nature reserves mentioned above, check out the website: http://www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/.

Be sure to tune in this week for some great features......

Risa Hall

Today: Sarah Buckingham and Sarah Mee from the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust will be in the studio

Tuesday: We have an interview with Jean Gardner from Hertfordshire Geological Society.

Wednesday: We have an interview with Lotte Mikkelsen of St Albans Laughter Club.

Thurday: We'll be talking with singer/songwriter Risa Hall.

Friday: It's the Film Guide with Simon Carver.

Plus lots of top tunes, chat, travel news, weather and other features including 'History Focus' & 'Celebrity Birthdays'.
And if you particulary like any of the features, check out the blog for write ups and further information.

Playlist w/c 4th October 2010

Hi Drivetimers

Below is our new music playlist for the forthcoming week:

Amy Macdonald - Love, Love
Carl Barât - Run With The Boys
Caro Emerald - Back It Up
Cee Lo Green - Forget You
Chris De Burgh - Everywhere I Go
Eliza Doolittle - Rollerblades
Elton John & Leon Russell - If It Wasn’t For Bad
Enrique Iglesias (featuring Nicole Scherzinger) - Heartbeat
Fran Healy - Buttercups
James Blunt - Stay The Night
Joe Cocker - Hard Knocks
Joe McElderry - Ambitions
KT Tunstall - ALBUM: Tiger Suit
Lifehouse - Halfway Gone
Manic Street Preachers - (It's Not War) Just The End Of Love
Michael Bublé - Hollywood
Pixie Lott - Broken Arrow
Robbie Williams - Shame (feat Gary Barlow) / Heart and I
Rumer - Aretha
Scouting For Girls - Don’t Want To Leave You
Sheryl Crow - Sign Your Name
Squeeze - Loving You Tonight
Taylor Swift - Mine
The Drizabone Soul Family - Don’t Break My Heart
The Hoosiers - Unlikely Hero (I Like Everybody)
Tom Jones - Run On

Items in BOLD are new additions

See you on the air!

St Albans Beer Fest

Radio Verulam was invited down to the St Albans Beer Festival at the Alban Arena this week, and here's what I made of it. If you missed out this week, fear not because it'll be back next year!

The band you can hear are called The Runaway Boys.

http://www.hertsale.org.uk/beerfest/


Friday, 1 October 2010

Film Guide with Simon Carver


Drivetimers.....here are Simon's film recommendations for this week.......

Tonight:

Downfall
9:00pm - 11:55pm
More4

Saturday:

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
5:10pm - 6:55pm
ITV2

Hot Fuzz
10:15pm - 11:15pm
ITV1 London

Sunday:

The Pianist
9:00pm - 12:00am
ITV3

Monday:

A Matter of Life and Death
4:35pm - 6:40pm
Film4

Peggy Sue Got Married
10:55pm - 1:00am
Film4

Tuesday:

The Client
9:00pm - 11:20pm
Film4

Wednesday:

Tremors
11:15pm - 1:15am
ITV4

Thursday:

Braveheart
9:00pm - 12:20am
Film4