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Frank Cottrell Boyce

Writer Frank Cottrell-Boyce talks about his Scrabble-based drama Sometimes, Always, Never. Presented by Antonia Quirke.

With Antonia Quirke

Writer Frank Cottrell-Boyce talks about his Scrabble-based drama Sometimes, Always, Never and reveals why the film took 12 years to go from script to screen.

Neil Brand continues his series on famous film scores that were last minute replacements with the story of Oliver Stone's Platoon and Samuel Barber's Adagio For Strings.

Voice coach Penny Dyer reveals what lessons she gave Helen Mirren to talk like the Queen, and helps Antonia rediscover her Manchester accent.

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