Award-winning British director Andrew Haigh on his horse racing drama Lean On Pete.
Saoirse Ronan discusses her role in On Chesil Beach.
Director Nora Twomey discusses her animated film about life under the Taliban.
Cult director JA Bayona talks to Francine Stock about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
The Attenborough Archive
The Attenborough Archive.
The Film Programme Goes to Sheffield Doc/Fest
Francine and her plucky sidekick Caitlin choose Hope or Hate at Sheffield Doc/Fest
Francine enters The World Unknown To You and speaks to the creators of VR work Belongings
Francine Stock talks to Ari Aster, director supernatural horror film Hereditary.
Alternate Realities at Sheffield Doc/Fest
Francine & Caitlin don headsets, download apps, and get immersed at Sheffield Doc/Fest
Mind the Gap: Argentinian New Wave
Critics Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Tim Robey on the Argentinian New Wave.
Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett
Francine Stock meets Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett.
Francine Stock talks to Bill Nighy about The Bookshop, and Debra Granik on Leave No Trace.
How Do You Solve A Problem Like West Side Story?
Melody Bridges & Caitlin Benedict talk about the problematic fave that is West Side Story
Francine Stock talks to director Kevin Macdonald about his Whitney Houston documentary.
Ethan Hawke on his role as a tormented priest in Paul Schrader's First Reformed.
Lauren Greenfield talks to Francine Stock about Generation Wealth.
Daniel Kokotajlo on his debut feature film Apostasy.
James Wilby remembers Maurice, a film about gay desire in Edwardian England.
How Do You Solve A Problem Like My Fair Lady
Platonic love story or patriarchal nightmare? Melody Bridges and Caitlin Benedict debate.
Heathers 30 years on.
Christopher Robin, Sir Richard Eyre
Christopher Robin, Sir Richard Eyre.
Antonia Quirke presents a special edition with Spike Lee.
Oscar-winner Pawel Pawlikowski on his tale of amour fou in communist Poland, Cold War.
Desiree Akhavan on The Miseducation Of Cameron Post
Desiree Akhavan on The Miseducation of Cameron Post.
Atonement Redux, The Rider
Antonia Quirke visits Redcar, where they are recreating a famous scene from Atonement.
Mind the Gap: North Korean Monster Movies
Tim Robey and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh catch up on the North Korean epic Pulgasari.
Glenn Close, Agnes Varda
Presented by Antonia Quirke. With Glenn Close and Agnes Varda.
Moving Image - When Paddington Bear Met Colonel Blimp
Paul King on the influence of The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp on his Paddington films.
How do you solve a problem like The King and I?
Should The King and I be thrown into the bin of history?
Bradley Cooper on A Star Is Born
Rupert Everett on Oscar Wilde.
Orphee, Halloween, Matteo Garrone
Composer Neil Brand on John Carpenter's score for his 1978 horror classic Halloween.
Moving Image: Carol Morley on Jane Campion
Francine Stock talks to Carol Morley about Jane Campion's debut Sweetie.
How do you solve a problem like the movie musical?
Melody Bridges and Caitlin Benedict on the problematic fave that is the movie musical.
Utoya, Some Like It Hot
Director Erik Poppe on Utoya, and Some Like It Hot returns to cinemas.
Designing Peterloo with Suzie Davies.
9 To 5, Luca Guadagnino
Luca Guadagnino on his plans to turn Call Me By Your Name into a long-running saga.
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Alien
A series on soundtracks that broke with the established form for films in their genre.
Naomi Alderman on Disobedience
Neil Brand's Game Changers: 633 Squadron
Moving Image - The Godfather
McMafia director James Watkins talks about a key influence on his film-making career.
Neil Brand's Game Changers: The Magnificent Seven
Boots Riley, Alfonso Cuaron
Boots Riley on his anti-capitalist satire Sorry to Bother You
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Cinema Paradiso
Pitch Battle: The Conclusion
Antonia Quirke and guests hear pitches for new candidates for biopics.
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Taxi Driver
Antonia Quirke and guests discuss the best films of 2018.
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Superman
A tribute to Nic Roeg
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Spirited Away
Timothée Chalamet, Yorgos Lanthimos
Presented by Antonia Quirke. With Timothée Chalamet and Yorgos Lanthimos.
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Braveheart
Stan & Ollie
The latest cinema releases and DVDs including Stan & Ollie and Monsters and Men
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Halloween
Mary Queen of Scots
Josie Rourke on Mary Queen Of Scots
Neil Brand's Game Changers: Back to the Future
Adam McKay on his Oscar-nominated comedy Vice
Seamus McGarvey: 50 Shades of Grey to The Greatest Showman
Richard E Grant
Richard E Grant and Joel Edgerton.
Mind The Gap: Barbara Stanwyck
Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Tim Robey review Barbara Stanwyck's Mad Miss Manton
Rosamund Pike, Barry Jenkins
Rosamund Pike on A Private War, and Barry Jenkins discusses If Beale Street Could Talk.
A tribute to Derek Jarman.
Moving Image: Deborah Haywood on Trainspotting
Choose Life. Choose Trainspotting.
Captain Marvel, Pitch Battle and Chinatown
Film and poetry, and a bit of Bob Dylan
A film and poetry special with Don Paterson, Robin Robertson and Hannah Sullivan.
Ralph Fiennes, Patricia Clarkson
With Ralph Fiennes and Patricia Clarkson.
Moving Image: Jessica Hynes on The World of Apu
Actor, writer and director Jessica Hynes discusses Satyajit Ray's The World of Apu.
Jessie Buckley on Wild Rose
Paul Laverty: From Daniel Blake to Carlos Acosta; Secrets of The Shining
Paul Laverty: From Daniel Blake to Carlos Acosta
Yentl reunion, Styx
Antonia Quirke reunites three cast members of Barbra Streisand's cult classic Yentl.
Moving Image: Maria Djurkovic
Rebecca Lenkiewicz on Colette.
Mads Mikkelsen and Claire Denis
Mads Mikkelsen on Arctic
Director Brian Welsh discusses Beats, his acclaimed drama set in the 90s rave scene
Olivia Wilde tells Antonia about her debut feature Booksmart
Moving Image: Paul Franklin on Alien
Paul Franklin on the ways in which Alien influenced his Oscar-winning work.
Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona
Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona.
Frank Cottrell Boyce
Frank Cottrell-Boyce on his Scrabble-based drama Sometimes, Always, Never.
No Coward Soul by Emily Bronte
Daljit Nagra introduces Adventures in Poetry - No Coward Soul by Emily Bronte. From 2001.
Conversations with stars of stage and screen, plus music from musicals and the movies.
The Virtually Melodic Cave
Between the Ears: The Virtually Melodic Cave
The programme that holds the BBC to account on behalf of the radio audience.
We explore the importance and significance of black fatherhood.