Ian Carmichael was a major star in the golden age of British cinema in the 1950s and 60s.
He later was the definitive Bertie Wooster and Lord Peter Whimsey in the BBC TV adaptations of these classic novels.
This suave actor was born in Hull.
He returns to the city to visit his childhood haunts, and talks about his early show business career.
The man with the gong
Rank Films was the dominant power in British film.
As well as producing films the company ran the Odeon cinema chain.
The company was founded by a modest Methodist, born into a Hull flour-making family.
Find out about his rise from miller to movie mogul.