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If you love the sight of a bustle and a bonnet, clear the diary on Sunday 28 November. Sky Movies Drama & Romance are celebrating all things period with an extravaganza of lavish costume drama

The schedule includes brooding classic Wuthering Heights, Nicole Kidman in Portrait of a Lady, Emily Blunt as The Young Victoria and Keira Knightley’s The Duchess - perfect viewing for a cosy Sunday afternoon.

The full schedule for Costume Dramas on Sky Movies is as follows:

11.35am Wuthering Heights

1.25pm Portrait of a Lady

3.55pm Lady Jane

6.20pm Cheri

8pm The Young Victoria

9.45pm the Duchess

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