Participant Media films in all BBC programmes
Mark Kermode reviews A Monster Calls.
Beast of No Nation reviewed by Mark Kermode.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews Breathe.
Mark Kermode reviews Bridge Of Spies.
Mark Kermode reviews CitizenFour.
Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield talk to Simon Mayo about their new film, Breathe.
Mark Kermode reviews Deepwater Horizon.
Eddie Marsan talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, Entebbe.
Mark Kermode reviews Entebbe.
Hollywood's dramatisation of the outing of Valerie Plame as a CIA agent.
Felicity Jones talks to Edith Bowman about her new film, On The Basis Of Sex.
Mark Kermode reviews Green Book.
Mark Kermode reviews He Named Me Malala.
Daniel Day-Lewis stars as Abraham Lincoln in Spielberg's new biopic.
Mark Kermode reviews A Most Violent Year
Mark reviews the eye-opening documentary examining the escalating nuclear arms race.
An ad executive heads up the campaign to remove Pinochet from power in Chile 1988.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews On The Basis Of Sex.
Mark Kermode reviews Our Brand Is Crisis.
Documentary about a year at the New York Times amidst the tumultuous media landscape.
A salesman wants to tap a town's local resources but encounters community resistance.
Mark Kermode reviews Roma.
Director Steven Spielberg returns to the show and talks to Simon and Mark about his new film Lincoln, nominated for 12 Oscars.
Documentary examining a shocking instance of animal abuse and a threat to human health.
A small town is plagued by insanity and death after a toxin enters its water supply.
Mark Kermode reviews The Fifth Estate.
Mark Kermode reviews The Hundred-Foot Journey.
Mark reviews Steven Soderbergh's The Informant!, a film about a whistleblower.
Mark Kermode reviews The Light Between Oceans.
Mark Kermode reviews The Post.