Mark Kermode reviews 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Mark Kermode reviews 78/52.
Anjelica Huston discusses The African Queen.
The first film to get 14 Oscar nominations - Paul Gambaccini on the bitchiest movie ever.
presented by Mark Lawson, from Front Row 2 Jan 2008
In 1988 BBC Breakfast News reported on the release of James L Brooks's film Broadcast News
75 years since murder, refugees, music and love reached peak perfection in Hollywood.
The 50th anniversary of the release of Casablanca.
Mark and Simon discuss the 30th anniversary re-release of Die Hard.
presented by Mark Lawson from a BBC Four programme in 2006
Shark biologist Gareth Fraser explores Jaws, 40 years after Peter Benchley created it.
Gemma Chan talks to Kirsty Lang about the 1987 film The Princess Bride
Paul Gambaccini discovers how Gallic charm won Gigi the Best Picture Oscar in 1959.
Glenn Patterson talks to Mark Lawson about Yankee Doodle Dandy starring James Cagney
Diane Roberts examines the impact and legacy of the film classic, 75 years on.
Paul Gambaccini talks to veteran film director Norman Jewison about his Oscar Best Picture
Jack Nicholson remembers a memorable scene from Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces
Chris Ledgard explores the cinematic and zoological legacy of the Spielberg classic, Jaws.
Mark Kermode reviews Jaws.
interview by John Wilson
The writer, producer and director of the 1950 film All About Eve on the movie business
Josie Rourke chooses her favourite cultural work - James L. Brooks's film Broadcast News.
The novelist Kamila Shamsie talks to John Wilson about the 1950 film starring Bette Davis
Gambaccini discovers how David Lean's epic won the Best Picture Award in 1963.
Allan Little considers the legacy of Lawrence of Arabia.
"That kiss is a marvellous lesbionic moment"
Mark reviews the re-release of the 1993 film about dinosaurs run amok in a theme park.
Mark gives his thoughts on the 3D re-versioning of Disney's 1994 animated classic.
first broadcast on Radio 4 in 1995
Dustin Hoffman's 1969 post-Graduate role as a sleazy pimp stands the test of time.