Francine Stock talks to Christopher Nolan about The Dark Knight Rises.
Steven Soderbergh on male strippers, and why he is quitting the film business.
Rhys Ifans on being Spider-Man's nemesis, and Willem Dafoe on hunting a Tasmanian Tiger.
Forty years on from The Exorcist, director William Friedkin on his new film, Killer Joe.
Jason Segel on 'The Five-Year Engagement' and Stephen Frears on 'Lay the Favorite'.
David Cronenberg on his latest, Cosmopolis, starring Robert Pattinson.
Simon Pegg talks to Matthew Sweet about his latest film and gets serious about comedy.
Charlize Theron on Prometheus and Snow White and the Huntsman.
Francine Stock reports from the Cannes Film Festival with Ken Loach, Wes Anderson and more
Francine Stock joins Martin Scorsese to celebrate The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp.
Francine Stock interviews Jonny Lee Miller, Nigel Havers, Paul Laverty and Julie Delpy.
Fifty years on, Sir Tom Courtenay looks back at The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
Tom Hiddleston on his love of superheroes, and Janet McTeer on playing a man.
Emily Blunt on the Hollywood 'chemistry test', Juliette Binoche on sex and prostitution.
Actor Michael Sheen takes Matthew Sweet on a tour of his home town, Port Talbot in Wales.
Francine Stock and guests discuss Sean Penn's new film This Must Be The Place.
Hugh Grant on his new role, and why the films of Jean-Luc Godard are pretentious nonsense.
Jennifer Lawrence on The Hunger Games, plus Brian Cox on Orson Welles.
Francine Stock meets with Mark Wahlberg to discuss his new film Contraband.
John Cusack talks Edgar Allen Poe and politics with Francine Stock.
Minnie Driver and director Marc Evans discuss their Welsh high school musical, Hunky Dory.
Francine Stock talks to Woody Harrelson about this new film, Rampart.
Matthew Sweet talks to Max von Sydow and Ciaran Hinds about their latest films.
Francine Stock talks to David Cronenberg, plus The Woman in Black and The Muppets.
Francine Stock and Alexander Payne discuss his Oscar-nominated film The Descendants.
Francine Stock talks to three Oscar-nominated directors.
Francine Stock talks to Ralph Fiennes and Terry Gilliam about their new films.
Francine Stock talks to Steve McQueen about Shame, his new film about sex addiction.
Francine Stock talks to Olivia Colman about playing Carol Thatcher in The Iron Lady.
Francine Stock and guests explore the enduring appeal of silent film.