Pirates Of The Caribbean (12A) Today at 4.15pm.
Nt Live: Salome (As Live; 15) Today at 7pm.
Churchill (PG) June 1944. In the days before the Normandy landings, allied forces stand on the brink of invasion, but one man stands in their way: Winston Churchill. Drained by years of war and plagued by depression, Churchill (Cox) is a shadow of the hero who resisted the Blitzkrieg. His uncertainty clashes with the gung-ho resolve of his political opponents. His fear: repeating deadly past mistakes and going down in history as an architect of slaughter if the campaign fails. Only the support of his headstrong wife Clementine (Richardson) can halt his physical and mental collapse. Churchill is the untold story of the dark side of Britain’s most celebrated leader, revealing the haunted frailty behind the rousing speeches and his vital relationship with ‘Clemmie’, the confidant who inspired him to greatness. Friday at 6pm, Saturday and Thursday at 8.15pm, Sunday at 7.30pm, Monday at 6pm, Tuesday at 2pm and 5pm and Wednesday at 5pm.
King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (12A) Guy Ritchie brings his dynamic style to the Excalibur myth. When Arthur’s father, King Uther, is murdered, the wicked Vortigern (Law) seizes the crown. Robbed of his birthright, Arthur (Hunnam) grows up the hard way on the Londinium streets until he draws the magic sword from its stone and discovers its power. Forced to acknowledge his true heritage, he must overcome his demons – and Vortigern – to take his place on the throne. Friday at 8.15pm and Saturday at 5.30pm.
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid (Cert TBC) Wimpy kid Greg Heffler convinces his parents to take a road trip apparently to their grandmother’s 90th birthday. Really he is intent on attending a video game convention where, he feels sure, international stardom beckons. Jason Drucker takes over from Zachary Gordon in the franchise’s fourth instalment. Greg’s also got two new parents, Alicia Silverstone and Tom Everett Scot, and Charlie Wright as combative brother, Rodrick. Saturday at 3.15pm and Sunday at 2.45pm.
The Time Of Their Lives (12A) Sunday at 5pm, Monday at 8.15pm, Tuesday at 7.15pm and Thursday at 6pm.
Roh Live: Otello Wednesday at 7pm.