From the early days of silent movies to the end of the 'Studio System', this collection of radio interviews from the BBC Archive uncovers the story of Hollywood movie-making's formative years.
Legendary actors and directors reveal in their own words how it felt to be a part of a 'golden age' of film production. Combining BBC radio broadcasts and unedited interviews (many available in full for the first time), we go behind the scenes of Tinseltown and relive some of the greatest adventures of the silver screen.
Frankly Speaking - Self-Portrait of a Star: Bette Davis
In conversation with Hollywood's most feisty star.
This Time of Day - Boris Karloff
Boris Karloff pays tribute to the monster in James Whale's 1931 Frankenstein
PM - James Cagney
Cagney answers questions about his favourite role and how he wants to be remembered.