Francine Stock presents a special edition from The Edinburgh Film Festival with directors Stephen Frears and Mike Hodges about neglected British cinema of the late 60s and 70. That period of our film history is critically derided - in the same year that American cinema produced Taxi Driver, we gave the world Adventures Of A Taxi Driver, a saucy comedy with Diana Dors. But did that era produce any forgotten gems ? Has history been unkind ? These are the sorts of questions that Frears and Hodges will attempt to answer.