Director Justin Simien discusses his controversial comedy Dear White People.
Composer Alan Silvestri on adding 15 minutes of music to the score of Back to the Future.
Lisa Simone discusses a new documentary about her mother Nina Simone. With Francine Stock.
Live Live Cinema perform The Little Shop of Horrors in studio. With Francine Stock.
Rufus Norris talks about the film adaptation of London Road.
Jonathan Pryce discusses his new movie Listen Up Philip with Antonia Quirke.
Antonia Quirke hears listeners' memories of the day that a film crew rolled into town.
Francine Stock talks to director Brad Bird about Tomorrowland starring George Clooney.
As Mad Max hits the road again, Kim Newman examines familiar post-apocalyptic cliches.
Peter Firth talks about bringing Spooks to the big screen. Presented by Francine Stock.
Thomas Vinterberg on Far from the Madding Crowd, Christopher Doyle and Polish cinema.
Presented by Francine Stock. Joss Whedon discusses Avengers: Age of Ulron.
Jemaine Clement talks about his vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows.
Ryan Gosling; Christine Langan, head of BBC Films, looks back at its 25-year history.
Kenneth Branagh talks about Cinderella, and Noah Baumbach discusses While We're Young.
Francine Stock meets the men who brought Paddington to the big screen.
Joanna Hogg on Chantal Akerman and Terence Stamp on Far from the Madding Crowd.
Francine Stock covers the latest cinema releases, with Chappie creator Neill Blomkamp.
Stephanie Beacham on Marlon Brando, Catch Me Daddy, Hinterland and When Animals Attack.
Three Oscar hopefuls on their journey to the Academy Awards. With Antonia Quirke.
Antonia Quirke presents a valentine to the cinema in a special edition about love in film.
Ava DuVernay discusses Selma, Eddie Marsan talks about Still Life, plus S&M in films.
Paul Thomas Anderson on Inherent Vice. Stephen Daldry on Trash. Kids clubs remembered.
Alex Garland on Ex Machina, Liz Fraser's career, and JC Chandor on A Most Violent Year.
Nick Hornby on Wild, and director Damien Chazelle on Whiplash.
Into the Woods stars James Corden and Emily Blunt on what it was like to sing on screen.
Michael Keaton on Birdman, The Double's double and James Marsh on The Theory Of Everything
Angelina Jolie on her new career as film director; recreating the Kon-Tiki expedition.
Best films of the year, Danny Elfman, ET's voice, and Nick Hornby's first cinema memory.
Kevin Macdonald on Jude Law, Ben Burtt on Ewoks, and Jason Reitman.