Welcome to a "Best of British" double bill. Shortly, on itv gold 1, a young Barbara Windsor even sings the theme song in a rare British gem, "Sparrows Can't Sing" (1963). Whilst here on itv gold 2, four key ingredients are quaranteed to make a good movie: a screenplay by Harold Pinter; direction by Joseph Losey: and stars Dirk Bogarde and Stanley Baker, coming together in "Accident" from 1967. Here's the storyline: "Stephen is a married Oxford professor experiencing the pangs of a mid-life crisis as he begins to bristle at the stifling emotional repression of the society in which he lives. Things begin to change for him when he meets Anna (Jacqueline Sassard), a beautiful student who is engaged to William, another of Stephen's students. Though he begins to feel alive again in her presence, Stephen's feelings for Anna can only end in tragedy for them and those around them..." The movie also features a young Michael York and Vivien Merchant and there's even a cameo from Pinter himself as TV Producer, Bell.