With a weekend of sunshine beckoning we have rounded up five films for your watchlist, all available for free on Freeview Play. For more recommendations head over to Channel 100 on your Freeview Play TV.
Yesterday, BBC iPlayer
Following a road accident, struggling singer-songwriter Jack Malik wakes up in an alternative reality where no-one seems to have ever heard of The Beatles. As he plays their songs and almost unwittingly starts to take credit for them, his career suddenly takes off and he embarks on a rollercoaster journey.
Le Week-End, All 4
Comedy drama starring Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan. A couple's 30th wedding anniversary trip to Paris exposes the fault lines in their relationship. With Jeff Goldblum.
Pride, BBC iPlayer
Uplifting comedy drama. In 1984, with Margaret Thatcher and the Conservative Party in power, a group of lesbian and gay activists, led by Mark Ashton, find unlikely allies in a collective of Welsh miners taking industrial action following pit closures.
Summertime, BBC iPlayer
1971. Limousin farm girl Delphine moves to Paris and begins a passionate affair with a radical feminist and teacher Carole. In French with English subtitles.
Jumanji, Saturday 17th July, 2:05pm, Channel 5
The original Jumanji, starring Robin Williams and Kirsten Dunst. A wild family adventure about a magical board game that has the power to unleash herds of animals on its unsuspecting players.
Mr Bean’s Holiday, Sunday 18th July, 4;55pm, ITV2
Comedy sequel starring Rowan Atkinson, 2007. Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes, only to accidentally separate a young boy from his father. Now he must reunite them...
There are over 30,000 hours of on demand content available for free on Freeview Play, head over to Channel 100 on your Freeview Play device to find more of our recommendations.