Films set in England in all BBC programmes
A Royal Night Out reviewed by Mark Kermode.
Tim Burton's take on Lewis Carroll's classic story.
Robbie Collin reviews All The Money In The World.
Andrea Riseborough talks about starring in W.E., the new film about the affair between King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, written and directed by Madonna.
Mark Kermode reviews Awaydays, based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Sampson.
Sean Bean stars in this drama concerning the outbreak of bubonic plague in England.
Mark Kermode reviews Black Sea
Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe star in Ridley Scott's spy thriller.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews Bohemian Rhapsody.
Controversial film about the prisoner Charles Bronson, starring Tom Hardy.
James King reviews Burn Burn Burn.
Two women with a secret seek refuge at a run-down coastal resort.
Simon talks to Carey about her role as Bathsheba Everdene in Far From the Madding Crowd.
A series of interconnecting narratives span from the 19th century to a distant future.
A series of interconnecting narratives span from the 19th Century to the distant future.
Dame Judi Dench and Eddie Izzard talk to Simon Mayo about their new film.
Directed by Toa Fraser with Jeremy Northam, Sam Neill, Bryan Brown and Peter O'Toole.
Dustin Hoffman talks to Simon about his directorial debut Quartet.
Far From The Madding Crowd reviewed by Mark Kermode.
Mark reviews Far From The Madding Crowd
Gemma Arterton interviewed by Simon Mayo.
Mark Kermode delivers his verdict on the sixth instalment of the Harry Potter series.
Mark Kermode reviews Holmes and Watson.
Robbie Collin reviews Holmes and Watson.
Mark Kermode reviews Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Mark Kermode reviews Love & Friendship.
Mark Kermode reviews Love, Rosie
Robbie Collin reviews Lucy.
A romantic historical drama from Danish director Nikolaj Arcel.
Mark takes a look at the final instalment of the Harry Potter films.
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