It takes an English director to tackle one the most horrific chapters in US history.
Anjelica Huston discusses The African Queen.
Model turned actress Agyness Deyn talks to Kirsty Lang about her new career.
Alan Parker on why he's finally allowed Bugsy Malone back on the stage.
Archive from 1933, of legendary director Alexander Korda.
Andrew Haigh talks about his film, 45 Years.
Mark Kermode reviews Archive.
How In The Loop came to be released as strikingly similar events unfolded in UK politics.
Rare archive charts the incredible rise and untimely death of the gifted musician.
"It made me feel good about being me"
Physicist Dr Jen Gupta and comedian Alice Fraser travel the worlds of science and sci-fi.
Mark Kermode reviews Blithe Spirit.
Cate Blanchett talks about her new film, Carol.
Paul Gambaccini explores Oscar-winning films.
Twenty years after Trainspotting's release, the real-life addicts who inspired the actors.
A detective searches for a missing prostitute and finds himself in the London underworld.
People of the Year: Clio Barnard on her film, The Selfish Giant.
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The actor Clive Owen on playing a succession of dark complex characters.
Mark Kermode reviews Come Away.
With director Oliver Parker and writer Hamish McColl.
Mark Lawson interviews Daniel Radcliffe, who now stars in the film The Woman in Black.
Churchill must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler or fight for the greater good.
Simon Mayo & Mark Kermode talk to David Oyelowo about his new film, Come Away.
The Olivier- and BAFTA-winning playwright discusses 'Second Coming'.
On his Oscar nominated role in the film Lion.
We Are Many is the story of the biggest protest in history.
The film tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement.
The story of the gallant rescue operation on the French beaches in 1940. With John Mills.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones talk about their film The Theory of Everything.
Elizabeth Jane Howard joins James Naughtie to discuss her novel Falling.