Films on TV Today, Sunday 2 September

Treat yourself to classic musicals Carousel and The Wizard of Oz this afternoon, followed by period dramas Dangerous Liaisons, Submarine and The Edge of Love

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Films on TV Today, Sunday 2 September
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Carousel – 12.15PM/9.30PM, Sky Movies Classics

Musical fantasy about a deceased fairground worker who is given the chance to return to the land of the living for a single day. Starring Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones.

The Wizard of Oz – 4.50PM, Channel 5

Dorothy Gale learns there is no place like home in this fabulous Hollywood classic starring Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and Bert Lahr.

Dangerous Liaisons – 9PM, ITV3

Christopher Hampton won an Oscar for this masterful adaptation of the classic French novel. John Malkovich and Glen Close excel in the leading roles.

The Edge of Love – 11.30PM, BBC2

Period drama based on the lives of Dylan Thomas’s women. Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller play the rival love interests competing for the attentions of Matthew Rhys’s Thomas.

Submarine – 11.15, Channel 4

Directorial debut of comedian Richard Ayoade. A welsh teenager attempts to navigate the emotional trials of first love. Starring Craig Roberts, Sally Hawkins and Paddy Considine.

Water Lillies – 1.05AM, Channel 4

Love, lust and friendship collide in this drama about three 15-year old girls living in a suburb just outside of Paris. Featuring Pauline Acquart, Louise Blachère and Adèle Haenel.