Bafta winner Ben Affleck doubts his Oscar chances
Ben Affleck tells Mark Lawson it will be a "statistical miracle" if his Bafta-winner Argo wins the Oscar for best film. He also reveals how he feels about not receiving an Academy Award nomination for best director and says he still has fantasies about having a political career once he's left Hollywood.
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Ben Affleck, Jonathan Miller on his return to the stage, and the verdict on This Is 40.
First broadcast: 11 Feb 2013
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