Friday, 22 March 2013


With the UK facing the prospect of being snowed in for Easter, I thought I'd take a peek ahead at Good Friday's viewing. Amidst all the usual dross, I found Pixar Animation Studios' Ratatouille (2007) on BBC One at 4.55pm, the saga of an ambitious Parisian rat determined to become a top chef. It garnered many awards the following year, including 9 Annies (CLICK). My graphics show Remy the Rat with his OscarĀ® and Remy struggling to lift his BAFTA, both for best animated feature film. If you haven't seen it, CLICK for the official trailer. Hitchcock fans can look forward to Suspicion (1941) on BBC Two at 9.55am, staring Cary Grant and the delectable Joan Fontaine worried about hubby's deadly intent.


At 22/3/13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's that all that's on? Roll on summer.

At 22/3/13, Blogger Unknown said...

My TV mag only goes up to Friday. It's a miracle to find two programmes worth watching on one day. It's mostly soaps and repeats. Who says it's going to get any better in the summer?

At 23/3/13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It won't; but the weather will.

At 23/3/13, Blogger Unknown said...

We hope!


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