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7-8:30 am
Father's Little DividendDIR. VINCENT MINELLI | 1951 | 82 minSpencer Tracy, Elizabeth Taylor, and Joan Bennett star in this sequel to 'Father of the Bride,' in which as soon as Spencer is finally getting used to the fact that his daughter is indeed married, he learns she's pregnant and loses it all over again.
8:30-9 am
PASSION FOR FASHION - PRÊT-À-PORTERDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minsA look back at how designer clothes evolved to become part of the ready-to-wear pop culture marketplace, with Pierre Cardin and Yves Saint Laurent among those who were there at the start of the swing in that direction.
9-11 am
The ZooDIR. SHANE BRENNAN | 2011 | 120 minA peek inside the fascinating day-to-day experiences of the team behind Ireland's biggest family attraction, the 184-year-old Dublin Zoo...There are always new animals, new stories, new drama.
11 am-12:30 pm
LIVE FOREVER: THE RISE AND FALL OF BRIT POPDIR. JOHN DOWER | 2003 | 86 minA documentary about the British pop phenomenon of the 1990s, featuring performances by, and interviews with, some of the leading bands from that era - including Blur, Oasis, and Pulp - and also taking a glimpse back at the art and politics in England during that period.
12:30-1 pm
PASSION FOR FASHION - Rock 'N' RollDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minA look at how Jean Paul Gaultier and so many other fashion stars have over the years become synonymous with the rebels of music.
1-3 pm
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFEDIR. H.C. POTTER | 1948 | 109 minFilm based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by William Saroyan and starring James Cagney as the encouraging philosophizing one in the bunch of mixed bag regulars constantly dropping by to shoot the breeze at a fading San Francisco bar.
3-4:50 pm
His Girl FridayDIR. Howard Hawks | 1940 | 92 minIn this fast-paced adaptation of the play 'The Front Page,' Cary Grant portrays a newspaper editor who will do just about anything, legal or not, to make sure his ex-wife/top reporter (Rosalind Russell) doesn't get married again and settle down with an insurance salesman played by Ralph Bellamy.
4:50-5 pm
OrphicA short fashion movie.
5-6 pm
Anna's WildlifeA series that follows British TV personality Anna Ryder Richardson and her restaurateur husband Colin McDougall as they own and run - with no previous experience in the field - Manor House Wildlife Park, which houses over 100 rare and exotic animals in St. Florence, West Wales.
6-7 pm
EARTH FROM ABOVE: Men and Animals (South Africa)How much space do human beings leave to wild animals? To answer this question Yann Arthus-Bertrand's team headed to South Africa, a model country for the protection of biodiversity. There, women and men manage to protect the wildlife on a daily basis - giving evidence that cohabitation is indeed possible.
7-9 pm
A Star Is BornDIR. WILLIAM A. WELLMAN | 1937 | 111 minJanet Gaynor plays the young aspiring actress from North Dakota who is determined to make it in Hollywood, Fredric March the long-time movie star with a drinking problem who is all in on taking her under his wing - until her career soars, as his continues its harrowing downward spiral.
9-10:30 pm
American MadnessDIR. Frank Capra | 1932 | 79 minWalter Huston stars as an idealistic banker battling the Great Depression, a conservative Board of Directors and a crooked executive's inside job in order to help his struggling customers.
10:30-11 pm
PASSION FOR FASHION - Giorgio ArmaniDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2016 | 30 minOne of the most highly regarded clothing designers of all-time, Giorgio Armani, who was born in Italy in 1934, worked, after serving in that country's Air Force, as a window dresser, then clothes salesman, and designer for various lines and houses, before opening the original Armani company in Milan in 1975. And since then he's been growing a multi-billion dollar international empire which now includes accessories, clothes for men and women, cosmetics, eyewear, home interior goods, shoes, watches, and hotels and restaurants.
11 pm-12 am
The Jonathan Ross ShowThe Jonathan Ross Show airs exclusively on Cinémoi in the U.S.

Guests this episode include Irish actress/comedienne/writer Aisling Bea, Patrick Dempsey, John Malkovich, singer/songwriter Tom Odell, Team Great Britain Hockey and Renee Zellweger.
12-2 am
ImpactDIR. ARTHUR LUBIN | 1949 | 111 minWhen business tycoon Walter, portrayed by Brian Donlevy, survives the attempt of his wife Irene (Helen Walker) and Jim, her young lover (Tony Barrett), to kill him, tables turn on Jim and that's only the beginning of numerous unpredictable twists and turns for both Walter and Irene, out and about, and in court. Co-stars include Charles Coburn as a police lieutenant and Ella Raines as the boss at a service station.
2-3 am
The Jonathan Ross ShowThe Jonathan Ross Show airs exclusively on Cinémoi in the U.S.

Guests this episode include Irish actress/comedienne/writer Aisling Bea, Patrick Dempsey, John Malkovich, singer/songwriter Tom Odell, Team Great Britain Hockey and Renee Zellweger.
3-3:30 am
PASSION FOR FASHION - HAUTE COUTUREDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minA fast-paced tip of the hat to the fine art of fashion, the high standards and image the houses and talent must consistently maintain, and project.
3:30-4 am
Keira Knightley (Movie Stars)DIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minKnightley made her first TV appearance on the British 'Screen One' show in 1993 when she was just eight, and has gone on since to appear in dozens of additional television programs and films, from 'Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace' to 'Bend it Like Beckham' to the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise to 'Atonement' to 'Anna Karenina,' and also debuted in 2009 on the London stage, in 'The Misanthrope.'
4-7 am
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