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Mystery thriller, starring Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne and Chandler Canterbury. My Bloody Valentine (2009) Sky Box Office Digital A MAN returns to his hometown after 10 years away and learns that a killer is on the loose. Horror remake, with Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith and Betsy Rue. BEST MOvIES Almost Famous (2000) Sky Drama, 9pm A teeNAge rock journalist lands an assignment following a band on tour, to the horror of his over-protective mother. As he struggles to work out what makes the groups enigmatic lead guitarist tick and falls for a free-spirited groupie, the young writer is forced to grow up fast as the manic world of rocknroll threatens to overwhelm him. Seventies-set comedy drama, starring Patrick Fugit, Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson and Frances Mcdormand. Heist (2001) TCM, 9pm A veteRAN gang leader is blackmailed into pulling off a tricky gold robbery. As he sets about preparing to undertake his most daring robbery, he must remain vigilant against the double dealings of his partner. thriller, starring gene Hackman. In at the deep end: Patrick Fugit and Kate Hudson tread a hedonistic path in Almost Famous August Rush (2007) Sky Family, 9.45pm ABANdoNed musical prodigy evan taylor runs away from his home and heads to New York to track down his parents -- a charismatic irish guitarist and a reserved cellist who are unaware of their sons existence. However, when he arrives at his destination, evan is befriended by a mysterious stranger who may not have the youngsters best interests in mind. drama, with Freddie Highmore, Keri Russell, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, terrence Howard and Robin Williams. Taxi Driver (1976) Sky Indie, 10pm AN iSolAted, misanthropic New York cab driver becomes increasingly disturbed by the corruption he sees all around him. His desperate attempts to make connections with a political campaigner and a teenage prostitute, whom he feels compelled to save, seem doomed to failure, and he is gradually driven towards a brutal act of violence. Martin Scorseses drama, starring Robert de Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Peter Boyle and leonard Harris. BEST ENTERTAINMENT Modern Family Sky1, 8pm (HD) MANNY takes time out to play with luke, before having a heart to heart with sister Claire, gloria goes shopping for a dress with Alex, and Phil pushes Jay to fly his new model plane with him. Comedy, starring ed oNeill and Julie Bowen. The Vicar Of Dibley G.O.L.D., 9pm geRAldiNe rockets to stardom following an appearance on terry Wogans radio show, but finds fame something of a bugbear. Meanwhile, the dibley gala organisers prepare for a knockout performance. Comedy, starring dawn French, gary Waldhorn and James Fleet. Eastbound And Down FX, 10pm KeNNY abandons his plans to return to professional baseball. Will Ferrell makes a guest appearance. Curb Your Enthusiasm More4, 10.40pm lARRY realises he has an opportunity to win Cheryl back by organising a Seinfeld reunion, and sets about convincing the actors to return for the show. Meg Ryan guest-stars. Fight or flight: Ed ONeill stars in Modern Family BEST DRAMA Judge John Deed Alibi, 7pm A RAPiSt, prosecuted by deed, is released and immediately sets about putting a vengeful plan into action. Meanwhile, the judge presides over a case involving two policemen accused of assaulting a hunt saboteur. Smallville Sci-fi, 8pm ClARK begins experiencing problems with his eyesight and realises he is gradually developing X-ray vision, while Smallville is terrorised by a series of audacious crimes seemingly carried out by prominent residents -- including lex, who is witnessed robbing a bank. tom Welling stars. Samantha Who? Comedy Central, 10pm tHe amnesiac faces a dilemma about her sex life because she has no memories of her experiences, leaving her wondering whether to experiment or wait until she meets the right guy. BEST FACTUAL BEST SPORT Live Premier League Snooker Sky Sports 3, 7.30pm CoveRAge of round seven from the Preston guild Hall, where John Higgins takes on Neil Robertson, right, and Shaun Murphy faces Stephen Hendry. World champion Higgins failed to make the knockout stage last year and faces an opponent who has endured mixed fortunes so far in his opening three games. Art Deco Icons BBC4, 7.30pm dAvid HeAtHCote explores the thirties london transport headquarters, which was the highest skyscraper in the city at the time when it was built. He learns how the man who commissioned it, Frank Pick, offered his resignation after receiving many complaints about the buildings design. 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