The BBC's flagship cinema review television programme featuring reviews of new releases, news items and interviews. The title of the programme changes each year to incorporate the year of broadcast.
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The BBC's flagship cinema review television programme featuring reviews of new releases, news items and interviews. The title of the programme changes each year to incorporate the year of broadcast.

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First broadcast in November 1971, but only in London and the South East of England. See more »

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On 16 January 2006, Michael Caine's name appears as "Sir Michael Caine (God bless you Sir)". See more »

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Spoofed in The Kevin Bishop Show: Episode #1.5 (2008) See more »

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I Wish I Knew How It Felt To Be Free
Written by Billy Taylor
Performed by Billy Taylor
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Great film review show
7 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This is a great film review show that offers very trust-worthy reviews. It also offers great interviews, on set previews, polls, competitions, exclusive clips, trailers and gossip from the world of film as well as everything else you would expect to find.

It reports on all aspects of film making from production to Hollywood trends and everything in between.

It is superbly presented by Jonathan Ross who took over from the equally great Barry Norman. Ross is particular in his more than adequate film knowledge and speaks passionately and honestly about a films pros and cons.

This show is British (I don't know if it airs in America) and is a must see for any movie fans.


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