GIBRALTAR BROADCASTING CORPORATION

Saturday 25 October 14:38

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  • SPORTS LOCKER

    SPORTS LOCKER

    GBC TV Friday 8pm

    GBC's new autumn season sees the inclusion of a second weekly sports show in the schedule. The Sports Locker with Paul Grant will look at all sports in a light-hearted manner. GBC, 8pm (repeats Saturday at 9pm)

  • KILLING TIME

    KILLING TIME

    GBC TV Friday 10pm

    Killing Time tells the story of disgraced Australian lawyer Andrew Fraser's rise from small time lawyer to successfully defending the most infamous criminals his country has ever seen, and his own ultimate downfall and imprisonment for five years in maximum security. GBC, 10pm (repeats on Sunday at 9pm)

  • SATURDAY MOVIE

    SATURDAY MOVIE

    GBC TV Saturday 10pm

    The Saturday Movie on GBC is Eyes of an Angel starring John Travolta playing the part of a downtrodden single father raising his daughter under difficult circumstances in Chicago. GBC TV, 10pm

  • A PLAYWRIGHT'S JOURNEY

    A PLAYWRIGHT'S JOURNEY

    GBC TV Monday 7.30pm

    Local playwright, Julian Felice, talks openly about what it takes to take a simple idea from the mind to the stage. This one off programme discusses both the strains and joys that Julian encounters during the process. Its a sneak peak at the play that will receive its gala opening in November. GBC, 7.30pm (repeats on Tuesday at 10pm & Thursday at 9pm)

  • JOIN THE CLUB

    JOIN THE CLUB

    GBC TV Monday 8pm

    GBC’s new series, ‘Join the Club’ features local clubs and associations. We will meet the 'aficionados' to find out what they get up to. Join Justine Cartwright on GBC TV Mondays 8pm. (repeats on Wednesday at 9pm and on Saturday at 9.30pm).

  • TALK ABOUT TOWN

    TALK ABOUT TOWN

    GBC TV Monday 9.30pm

    Richard Cartwright and James Neish have been making notes all summer. They are back on GBC TV on Monday at 9.30pm.