Marley - Film critics, Jamie Dunn and Nicola Balkind review Kevin Macdonald's detailed portrait of Bob Marley, which grapples with the last king of reggae's philosophical and religious convictions.
The Glen Cinema - Regular listeners may recall that our reporter Bob Dickson has been delving into Scotland's rich cinematographic past. But this week he tells the story of the saddest cinema moment in the country's history when dozens of young children were killed during a weekend matinee at the Glen Picture House in Paisley. Bob's been to the former textile town to find out more about the disaster.
The Divide - French Film Director, Xavier Gens discusses his post-apocalyptic, science-fiction thriller.
DVD Pick of The Week: is Jean Renoir's masterpiece, LA GRANDE ILLUSION- a poetic and poignant meditation on class, the nature of war; considered by many to be among the greatest movies ever made.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen - Film critics, Jamie Dunn and Nicola Balkind discuss this film (based on the novel of the same title by Paul Torday) It concerns Britain's leading fisheries expert (Ewan McGregor) who is approached by a consultant (Emily Blunt) to help realize a sheikh's (Amr Waked) vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert!