Mark Lawson talks to best-selling American novelist Elmore Leonard.
Antonia Quirke celebrates the unsung heroes of cinematic sound - foley artists.
Film critic Mark Kermode examines how films get financed and distributed.
Three TV writers discuss the emotional challenges of wrapping up a hit series.
Mark Lawson talks to screenwriter Paula Milne about the secrets of good television drama
The creators of Peep Show discuss how writing for British TV is “very freeing”.
Mark Kermode considers the crucial moment in a film's life, the opening weekend.
John Edwards explores the story of the cinema newsreel and the people who filmed history.
William Goldman, author of The Princess Bride, on adapting his work for the big screen.
Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock examine the relationship between science and cinema.