Films on TV Today, Saturday 21 July

The network premiere of Steve Carell and Tina Fey's Date Night, Tarantino's Oscar-winning Pulp Fiction and Daniel Craig's Bond debut in Casino Royale

Fly Away Home – 3:15pm, Channel 5


A daughter and her eccentric father are forced to overcome their differences to rescue a fleet of orphaned goslings from a construction site. Starring The Newsroom’s Jeff Daniels and a young Anna Paquin (now of True Blood fame).

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade – 6:30pm, BBC1

The third Indiana Jones instalment, starring Harrison Ford and Sean Connery. When Indiana’s archaeologist father Henry disappears, his son embarks on a desperate race against time (and old enemies) in search of an ancient religious artefact.

Footloose –6:55pm, Film4

Musical drama about free spirited teenager Ren MacCormack (Kevin Bacon) who loves to dance but clashes with a closed-minded minister in a small town where rock ‘n’ roll and dancing are illegal.

Date Night – 9:00pm, Channel 4

Steve Carell and Tina Fey star in the network premiere of this outrageous – yet plausible – comedy, as the married couple whose little white lie transforms a romantic “date night” into a hysterically hellish evening of endless mayhem.

Casino Royale – 9:00pm, ITV2

Daniel Craig’s effortless Bond debut takes the franchise back to basics as 007 earns his licence to kill and is set on the tail of a corrupt banker known to finance terrorist activity, with Eva Green providing an alluring love interest.

Pulp Fiction – 10:00pm, Sky Movies Modern Greats

Quentin Tarentino’s Oscar-winning crime drama starring John Travolta, Samuel L Jackson and Uma Thurman blends a wealth of characters and crossplots with sharp, hard-boiled comic dialogue.

The Talented Mr Ripley – 10:05pm, More4


Absorbing crime thriller about Tom Ripley (Matt Damon), a penniless opportunist whose chance encounter with a wealthy couple sends him on a journey to locate their playboy son Dickie (Jude Law), currently enjoying a European highlife with his glamorous girlfriend, played by Gwyneth Paltrow.