Francine Stock talks to Michael Caine, who reveals the reason why his wife banned their daughter from seeing his new film, Is Anybody There?
Michael Caine, the star of Sleuth talks about working with Harold Pinter.
Michael Caine talks about what is wrong with modern Britain and how Jack Nicholson saved his career.
James Cameron on the best-selling film of all time, Avatar.
Francine Stock dips into The Pool Of London and talks to its star, 91-year-old actor Earl Cameron.
The New Zealand director Jane Campion discusses her fascination with Keats and looks back over her film career.
Robert Carlyle, the star of Trainspotting and The Full Monty discusses his movie, Summer, with its director Kenny Glenaan.
John Carney, the director of the low-budget musical Once talks about the film's success.
The star of Gigi, Leslie Caron, discusses her star spangled career with Francine Stock.
Mark Lawson interviews Tina Fey and Steve Carell.
Helena Bonham Carter, the star of A Room With A View and Fight Club talks about her film, Conversations With Other Women.
Francine Stock talks to Helena Bonham Carter about playing the Queen Mother in The King's Speech.
Francine Stock travels to Ealing studios to visit the set of Gurinder Chadha's new film, It's a Wonderful Afterlife..
As her new film Away From Her is released, Julie Christie grants the programme a rare radio interview.
Noel Clarke counts down to his latest movie 4-3-2-1.
The Coen brothers tell Francine Stock why they returned to their roots for their new comedy, A Serious Man.
The Coen Brothers discuss violence, the importance of posture and reveal their alternative ending to No Country For Old Men..
Francine Stock talks to producer and director Roger Corman.
Alex Cox, the director of Repo Man talks about his new book and movie.
Russell Crowe talks to Mark Lawson about playing Robin Hood in Ridley Scott's new prequel.
Francine Stock talks to Penelope Cruz about working with Woody Allen.
Penelope Cruz talks to Jane Garvey about her latest film, Nine, a musical extravaganza with a star studded cast.
Francine Stock talks to writer and director Richard Curtis about The Boat That Rocked, a comedy about pirate radio in the 1960s.
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