Les Miserables; Oscars; Underground
Francine Stock talks to Les Miserables director Tom Hooper, who broke with tradition by recording his actors singing live on set. Hooper began his career on Eastenders and went on to win an Oscar for The Kings Speech, but this is his first musical.
Tim Robey reports on the Oscar nominations.
Producer Alison Owen and screenwriter Stephen Fingleton discuss the new Hollywood Blacklist, a list of the hottest unproduced film scripts.
And composer Neil Brand talks about his new score for Anthony Asquith's 1928 silent film classic, Underground, which is re-released this week.