The Sapphic Screen – Nov 29 to Dec 5
Many thanks to the wonderful Click Here for covering for me last week. It seems as if, unless you’re an I’m a Celebrity fan, this is the week for you to go Christmas shopping, meet friends or read a book. Ignore the telly, there’s nowt on.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer – Willow goes all dark and dramatic. Channel 6 at 5.10pm
Will & Grace – The box-set of the complete seasons is €250, see it here for free. Living 7pm and 1am
I’m a Celebrity…..Get Me Out of Here! – Aren’t Martina and George lovely? They’re only fabulous and, hopefully, will continue to represent us in the jungle. Channel 6, ITV and TV3
Two Civilisation – Film clips, behind-the-scenes footage, archival photos and on-camera interviews with colleagues who shared James Dean’s final year with one of the greatest actors ever to grace a cinema screen. RTE2 at 2.30pm
Stephen Fry’s America – Fry concludes his epic journey through all 50 states with a trip to the Pacific Northwest, starting in San Francisco. BBC2 at 7.05pm
Hollyoaks Omnibus – Neville decides to embrace the idea of The Jolly Roger being a gay pub. With a name like that, how could it not be? Channel 4 at 9am
Girl, Interrupted – Angie steals the show, and an Oscar, in this tale of teenage mental ill-health. Winina Ryder does nothing but annoy Film4 at 12.45am
Real Crime – On New Year’s Day, 1993, Colin Ireland decided he would be famous. So he embarked on a killing spree that, within three months had resulted in the brutal murders of five gay men. Using never before broadcast footage of the killer’s confession, Ireland describes how and why he did what he did. ITV at 10:40pm
Fire – Two women in modern India explore the love that dare not speak its name.Sky Movie Indie at 4.25pm
Little Man Tate – Jodie shows she’s as good behind the camera as in front in this tale of a child prodigy trying to come to terms with being a kid as well as a genius. Sky Movies Family at 10pm
Beach Volley Ball – Oh yeah baby! CH4 at 1.15am
The Page Turner – Obsession and revenge in modern-day France Zoot alors!. Sky Movies Indie at 2.30pm
Wilde - The wonderful Stephen Fry plays Oscar Wilde in this biopic of the gay icon, with Jude Law as the love of his life, Bosie. Sky Movies Modern Greats at 3.50pm
Maverick – Jodie does comedy. In a dress. With frills. Sky Movies Modern Greats at 5.50pm
A Queer Try – A repeat of the series following Northern Ireland’s first gay rugby team, the Ulster Titans, from their earliest days as a team to their bid for glory at the Bingham Cup. BBC1 at 11:20pm
Nina’s Heavenly Delights – Silly, soppy and sexy story of a Scottish woman dealing with her Indian up-bringing. And cooking some delicious curry along the way. Sky Movies Indie at 4.55pm
Star Stories – Find out just how Elton John became head of the gay mafia. Channel4 at 10pm
Breakfast on Pluto – Gorgeous tale of Patrick ‘Kitten’ Braden. Not to be missed. Channel4 at 12.45pm
Unless you love I’m a Celeb, there is not a jot on for you tonight. Shouldn’t you be out having a good time? Get off that sofa!
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