Turner Classic Movies is again celebrating the Academy Awards with its now-annual 31 Days of Oscar programming. They’ve organized the schedule both by date (in the evenings) and theme (during the days) this year: Monday nights feature Oscar-winning and -nominated films from the 1920s and ’30s, Tuesday nights feature the ’40s, etc., up though Sundays, when movies from the 1990s and 2000s are airing. Daytime programming is sorted by movie theme—the remaining categories include war films (Feb. 21), Alfred Hitchcock movies (Feb. 23) and epics (March 2). They did a bang-up job with the promo, too .
—Posted by Tim Nudd