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Season: 1 | 8 | 9 | 44 | 45 | 46 | unknown
Year: 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

16 November 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

23 November 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

30 November 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Michael Jayston ... Himself

Janet Suzman ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

7 December 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

15 December 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

21 December 1971

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

4 January 1972

Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

11 January 1972

Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

18 January 1972
Irma Kurtz previews and reviews this week's new films including The French Connection, starring GENE HACKMAN , the actor tipped to win this year's Oscar.
Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

1 February 1972

Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

8 February 1972

Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

15 February 1972

Irma Kurtz ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

22 February 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Peter Bogdanovich ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

29 February 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Charlton Heston ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 15: Episode #1.15

7 March 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 16: Episode #1.16

14 March 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 17: Episode #1.17

21 March 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 18: Episode #1.18

28 March 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 19: Episode #1.19

4 April 1972


Barry Norman ... Herself - Presenter

Garson Kanin ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 20: Episode #1.20

11 April 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 21: Episode #1.21

18 April 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 22: Episode #1.22

25 April 1972

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Barry Norman ... Himself - Reporter

Otto Preminger ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 1, Episode 23: Episode #1.23

2 May 1972

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Barry Norman ... Himself - Reporter

Otto Preminger ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 1, Episode 24: Episode #1.24

9 May 1972

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Paddy Chayefsky ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 25: Episode #1.25

16 May 1972

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Michael York ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 26: Episode #1.26

30 May 1972

Jacky Gillott ... Herself - Presenter

Peter Yates ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 27: Episode #1.27

6 June 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 28: Episode #1.28

13 June 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 29: Episode #1.29

20 June 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 30: Episode #1.30

28 June 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 31: Episode #1.31

4 July 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 32: Episode #1.32

11 July 1972

Phillip Oakes ... Himself - Presenter

Keith Michell ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 33: Episode #1.33

25 July 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Simon Ward ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 34: Episode #1.34

1 August 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 35: Episode #1.35

8 August 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Freddie Young ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 36: Episode #1.36

15 August 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 37: Episode #1.37

22 August 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Albert S. Ruddy ... Himself

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 14: Episode #8.14

15 October 1979


Richard Attenborough ... Himself

John Gielgud ... Himself

Otto Preminger ... Himself

Nicol Williamson ... Himself

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 19: Episode #9.19

3 November 1980


Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Colin Blakely ... Himself

John Carradine ... Himself

John Irvin ... Himself

Vincent Price ... Himself
Milton Subotsky ... Himself

Christopher Walken ... Himself

Season 44


Season 44, Episode 1: Episode #44.1

14 January 2015
In the first show of the new run, Claudia and Danny review Whiplash (2014), Wild (2014/I), Testament of Youth (2014) and American Sniper (2014).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Xan Brooks ... Himself - Guest Critic

Damien Chazelle ... Himself - Interviewee

Kit Harington ... Himself - Interviewee

Nick Hornby ... Himself - Interviewee
James Kent ... Himself - Interviewee

J.K. Simmons ... Himself - Interviewee

Cheryl Strayed ... Herself - Interviewee

Miles Teller ... Himself - Interviewee

Alicia Vikander ... Herself - Interviewee

Reese Witherspoon ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 2: Episode #44.2

20 January 2015
There are reviews of Ex Machina (2015), A Most Violent Year (2014), animated film Big Hero 6 (2014), and remake The Gambler (2014/III).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ellen E. Jones ... Herself - Guest Critic

J.C. Chandor ... Himself - Interviewee (as JC Chandor)

Roy Conli ... Himself - Interviewee

Alex Garland ... Himself - Interviewee

Don Hall ... Himself - Interviewee

Alicia Vikander ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 3: Episode #44.3

27 January 2015
Claudia and Danny review Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014), Trash (2014/I), Inherent Vice (2014), and Australian prison drama Son of a Gun (2014).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Helen O'Hara ... Herself - Guest Critic

Josh Brolin ... Himself - Interviewee

Stephen Daldry ... Himself - Interviewee

Taron Egerton ... Himself - Interviewee

Colin Firth ... Himself - Interviewee

Jena Malone ... Herself - Interviewee

Joaquin Phoenix ... Himself - Interviewee

Matthew Vaughn ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 4: Episode #44.4

4 February 2015
There are reviews of Selma (2014), Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015), 3D fantasy Jupiter Ascending (2015), and Still Life (2013/I).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ashley Clark ... Himself - Guest Critic

Sean Bean ... Himself - Interviewee

Ava DuVernay ... Herself - Interviewee

Mila Kunis ... Herself - Interviewee

Julie Lockhart ... Herself - Interviewee

Eddie Marsan ... Himself - Interviewee

David Oyelowo ... Himself - Interviewee

Nick Park ... Himself - Interviewee

Eddie Redmayne ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 5: Episode #44.5

12 February 2015
There is a report from the Berlin premier of Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), and reviews of Cake (2014/II), and Love Is Strange (2014). Danny Leigh also interviews Julianne Moore.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest Critic
Tim Robey ... Himself - Reporter

Jennifer Aniston ... Herself - Interviewee

Alfred Molina ... Himself - Interviewee

Julianne Moore ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 6: Episode #44.6

18 February 2015
There are reviews of Michael Mann's Blackhat (2015) and lesbian S&M drama The Duke of Burgundy (2014). There is also a look at this weeks upcoming Oscars.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

Peter Strickland ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 7: Episode #44.7

25 February 2015
In the last of the current run there are reviews of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015), Still Alice (2014), Focus (2015/II), and the sexually charged horror It Follows (2014).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tim Robey ... Himself - Guest Critic

Celia Imrie ... Herself - Interviewee

John Madden ... Himself - Interviewee

Maika Monroe ... Herself - Interviewee

Will Smith ... Himself - Interviewee

Daniel Zovatto ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 8: Episode #44.8

4 November 2015
Claudia and Danny return with reviews of Brooklyn (2015), Kill Your Friends (2015) and He Named Me Malala (2015), plus Danny interviews Aaron Sorkin.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest Critic

John Crowley ... Himself - Interviewee

Jeff Daniels ... Himself - Interviewee

Davis Guggenheim ... Himself - Interviewee

Owen Harris ... Himself - Interviewee

Nicholas Hoult ... Himself - Interviewee
John Niven ... Himself - Interviewee

Saoirse Ronan ... Herself - Interviewee

Aaron Sorkin ... Himself - Interviewee

Kate Winslet ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 9: Episode #44.9

11 November 2015
There are reviews of Steve Jobs (2015), The Lady in the Van (2015), transgender comedy Tangerine (2015) and Irish horror The Hallow (2015) (under it's release title The Hallow).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Sean Baker ... Himself - Interviewee

Alan Bennett ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest Critic

Jeff Daniels ... Himself - Interviewee

Michael Fassbender ... Himself - Interviewee

Nicholas Hytner ... Himself - Interviewee

Alex Jennings ... Himself - Interviewee

Aaron Sorkin ... Himself - Interviewee

Mya Taylor ... Herself - Interviewee

Kate Winslet ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 10: Episode #44.10

18 November 2015
There are reviews of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015), Gaspar Noé's Love (2015/II), and The Dressmaker (2015/I), plus Danny interviews Steven Spielberg.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

Liam Hemsworth ... Himself - Interviewee

Josh Hutcherson ... Himself - Interviewee

Francis Lawrence ... Himself - Interviewee

Jennifer Lawrence ... Herself - Interviewee

Gaspar Noé ... Himself - Interviewee

Steven Spielberg ... Himself - Interviewee

Donald Sutherland ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 11: Episode #44.11

25 November 2015
There are reviews of Bridge of Spies (2015), Carol (2015), Black Mass (2015) and The Good Dinosaur (2015). Plus Danny interviews Carol director Todd Haynes.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tim Robey ... Himself - Guest Critic

Cate Blanchett ... Herself - Interviewee

Scott Cooper ... Himself - Interviewee

Benedict Cumberbatch ... Himself - Interviewee

Tom Hanks ... Himself - Interviewee

Todd Haynes ... Himself - Interviewee
Denise Ream ... Herself - Interviewee

Mark Rylance ... Himself - Interviewee

Peter Sohn ... Himself - Interviewee

Steven Spielberg ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 12: Episode #44.12

2 December 2015
There are reviews of Victor Frankenstein (2015), The Night Before (2015/II), and Sunset Song (2015). Plus an interview with director Ron Howard looking at his new film In the Heart of the Sea (2015).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Kevin Maher ... Himself - Guest Critic

Terence Davies ... Himself - Interviewee

Agyness Deyn ... Herself - Interviewee

Joseph Gordon-Levitt ... Himself - Interviewee

Ron Howard ... Himself - Interviewee

Jonathan Levine ... Himself - Interviewee

James McAvoy ... Himself - Interviewee

Daniel Radcliffe ... Himself - Interviewee

Seth Rogen ... Himself - Interviewee

Andrew Scott ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 13: Episode #44.13

9 December 2015
There are reviews of Grandma (2015), By the Sea (2015), and Hector (2015), Plus a look back at the genesis and making of the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ellen E. Jones ... Herself - Guest Critic

Francis Ford Coppola ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Anthony Daniels ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Carrie Fisher ... Herself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Harrison Ford ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)
Jake Gavin ... Himself - Interviewee

Alec Guinness ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Mark Hamill ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

George Lucas ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Peter Mullan ... Himself - Interviewee

Dennis Muren ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Barry Norman ... Himself (archive footage)

Martin Scorsese ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage)

Steven Spielberg ... Himself - Interviewee

Lily Tomlin ... Herself - Interviewee

Paul Weitz ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 44, Episode 14: Episode #44.14

16 December 2015
There are reviews of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), Joy (2015/I), The Revenant (2015), The Danish Girl (2015) and Room (2015/I).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ashley Clark ... Himself - Guest Critic

Robert De Niro ... Himself - Interviewee

Tom Hooper ... Himself - Interviewee

Alejandro G. Iñárritu ... Himself - Interviewee

Brie Larson ... Herself - Interviewee

Jennifer Lawrence ... Herself - Interviewee

Will Poulter ... Himself - Interviewee

Edgar Ramírez ... Himself - Interviewee (as Édgar Ramírez)

Eddie Redmayne ... Himself - Interviewee

David O. Russell ... Himself - Interviewee

Alicia Vikander ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 45


Season 45, Episode 1: Episode #45.1

20 January 2016
In the first of a new run there are reviews of The Big Short (2015), Our Brand Is Crisis (2015), The Assassin (2015) and Dark Places (2015).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ellen E. Jones ... Herself - Guest Critic

Sandra Bullock ... Herself - Interviewee

Steve Carell ... Himself - Interviewee

Ryan Gosling ... Himself - Interviewee

David Gordon Green ... Himself - Interviewee

Nicholas Hoult ... Himself - Interviewee

Adam McKay ... Himself - Interviewee

Gilles Paquet-Brenner ... Himself - Interviewee

Billy Bob Thornton ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 2: Episode #45.2

27 January 2016
There are reviews of Spotlight (2015/I), The 33 (2015), plus Danny interviews Michael Caine about his career and new film Youth (2015/I) which is also reviewed.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Camilla Long ... Herself - Guest Critic

Antonio Banderas ... Himself - Interviewee

Juliette Binoche ... Herself - Interviewee

Michael Caine ... Himself - Interviewee

Michael Keaton ... Himself - Interviewee

Tom McCarthy ... Himself - Interviewee

Michael Rezendes ... Himself - Interviewee (as Mike Rezendes)

Patricia Riggen ... Herself - Interviewee
Walter Robinson ... Himself - Interviewee (as Walter 'Robby' Robinson)

Mark Ruffalo ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 3: Episode #45.3

3 February 2016
There are reviews of Trumbo (2015), remake of TV sitcom Dad's Army (2016), A Bigger Splash (2015) and Goosebumps (2015).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest Critic

Jack Black ... Himself - Interviewee

Bryan Cranston ... Himself - Interviewee

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself - Interviewee

Luca Guadagnino ... Himself - Interviewee

Diane Lane ... Herself - Interviewee

Rob Letterman ... Himself - Interviewee

Dylan Minnette ... Himself - Interviewee

Helen Mirren ... Herself - Interviewee
R.L. Stine ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 4: Episode #45.4

10 February 2016
In this week's edition there are reviews of Zoolander 2 (2016), super hero flick Deadpool (2016), Concussion (2015), and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Rhianna Dhillon ... Herself - Guest Critic

Alec Baldwin ... Himself - Interviewee

Douglas Booth ... Himself - Interviewee

Will Ferrell ... Himself - Interviewee

Bella Heathcote ... Herself - Interviewee

Jack Huston ... Himself - Interviewee

Lily James ... Herself - Interviewee

Peter Landesman ... Himself - Interviewee

Gugu Mbatha-Raw ... Herself - Interviewee

David Morse ... Himself - Interviewee

Ben Stiller ... Himself - Interviewee

Kristen Wiig ... Herself - Interviewee

Owen Wilson ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 5: Episode #45.5

17 February 2016
Guest host Antonia and gang review Triple 9 (2016), The Finest Hours (2016), horror western Bone Tomahawk (2015), and Freeheld (2015).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ashley Clark ... Himself - Guest Critic

Casey Affleck ... Himself - Interviewee

Chiwetel Ejiofor ... Himself - Interviewee

Craig Gillespie ... Himself - Interviewee

Holliday Grainger ... Herself - Interviewee

John Hillcoat ... Himself - Interviewee

Anthony Mackie ... Himself - Interviewee

Julianne Moore ... Herself - Interviewee

Ron Nyswaner ... Himself - Interviewee

Ellen Page ... Herself - Interviewee

Chris Pine ... Himself - Interviewee

Patrick Wilson ... Himself - Interviewee

Kate Winslet ... Herself - Interviewee

S. Craig Zahler ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 6: Episode #45.6

24 February 2016
In this Oscars special there are reviews of The Brothers Grimsby (2016), and Secret in Their Eyes (2015). Plus there is a look ahead at the upcoming Oscars.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

Sacha Baron Cohen ... Himself - Interviewee

Louis Leterrier ... Himself - Interviewee
Todd Schulman ... Himself - Interviewee

Mark Strong ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 7: Episode #45.7

1 March 2016
In the last edition before the break there are reviews of Hail, Caesar (2016), Truth (2015), animated Anomalisa (2015), and Austrian horror Goodnight Mommy (2014).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tim Robey ... Himself - Reporter

Cate Blanchett ... Herself - Interviewee

George Clooney ... Himself - Interviewee

Duke Johnson ... Himself - Interviewee

Charlie Kaufman ... Himself - Interviewee

Jennifer Jason Leigh ... Herself - Interviewee

Tilda Swinton ... Herself - Interviewee

Channing Tatum ... Himself - Interviewee

David Thewlis ... Himself - Interviewee

James Vanderbilt ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 8: Episode #45.8

2 November 2016
Zoë Ball, Danny Leigh and Ellen E. Jones take a critical look at Nocturnal Animals (2016), The Accountant (2016) and The Light Between Oceans (2016). Director Damien Chazelle talks about his new musical La La Land (2016/I).

Zoë Ball ... Herself - Host (as Zoe Ball)
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ellen E. Jones ... Herself - Guest Critic

Amy Adams ... Herself - Interviewee

Cynthia Addai-Robinson ... Herself - Interviewee

Ben Affleck ... Himself - Interviewee

Damien Chazelle ... Himself - Interviewee

Derek Cianfrance ... Himself - Interviewee

Michael Fassbender ... Himself - Interviewee

Tom Ford ... Himself - Interviewee

Anna Kendrick ... Herself - Interviewee

Alicia Vikander ... Herself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 9: Episode #45.9

9 November 2016

Doc Brown ... Himself - Host (as Ben Bailey Smith)
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Grace Dent ... Herself - Guest Critic

Paul Schrader ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 10: Episode #45.10

16 November 2016
Mariella Frostrup, Danny Leigh and Tim Robey review Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), Paul Schrader's Dog Eat Dog (2016/I) and Philip Roth adaptation Indignation (2016). Also, director John Singleton discusses the importance of Sidney Poitier and In the Heat of the Night (1967).

Mariella Frostrup ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tim Robey ... Himself - Guest Critic

J.K. Rowling ... Herself - Interviewee

James Schamus ... Himself - Interviewee

Paul Schrader ... Himself - Interviewee

John Singleton ... Himself - Interviewee

David Yates ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 11: Episode #45.11

23 November 2016

Camilla Long ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Rhianna Dhillon ... Herself - Guest Critic

Adam Driver ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 45, Episode 12: Episode #45.12

30 November 2016


Season 46


Season 46, Episode 1: Episode #46.1

18 January 2017
Zoë Ball, Danny Leigh and Chris Hewitt discuss biopic Jackie (2016/V), adoption drama Lion (2016) and M. Night Shyamalan's psychological thriller Split (2016/IX). Director Alice Lowe talks about the movies that influenced her directorial debut Prevenge (2016).

Zoë Ball ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Guest Critic

Darren Aronofsky ... Himself - Interviewee

Pablo Larraín ... Himself - Interviewee

Alice Lowe ... Herself

James McAvoy ... Himself - Interviewee

Natalie Portman ... Herself - Interviewee

M. Night Shyamalan ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 46, Episode 2: Episode #46.2

25 January 2017
Charlie Brooker, Danny Leigh and Ellen E. Jones review Danny Boyle's long-awaited sequel T2 Trainspotting (2017), animated musical Sing (2016), biographical drama Christine (2016/I) and Holocaust courtroom drama Denial (2016/II).

Charlie Brooker ... Himself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ellen E. Jones ... Herself - Guest Critic

Danny Boyle ... Himself - Interviewee
Ewen Bremner ... Himself - Interviewee

Robert Carlyle ... Himself - Interviewee

Taron Egerton ... Himself - Interviewee

Rebecca Hall ... Herself - Interviewee

Mick Jackson ... Himself - Interviewee

Garth Jennings ... Himself - Interviewee

Ewan McGregor ... Himself - Interviewee

Jonny Lee Miller ... Himself - Interviewee

Timothy Spall ... Himself

Season 46, Episode 3: Episode #46.3

1 February 2017
Lauren Laverne is joined by Danny Leigh and Peter Bradshaw to review crime adventure Gold (2016/I), period love story Loving (2016), British slasher comedy Prevenge (2016) and German-Austrian comedy-drama Toni Erdmann (2016). Plus a tribute to acting legend John Hurt.

Lauren Laverne ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

Alice Lowe ... Herself - Interviewee

Jeff Nichols ... Himself - Interviewee

Season 46, Episode 4: Episode #46.4

8 February 2017
Clara Amfo and critics Danny Leigh and Chris Hewitt review The LEGO Batman Movie (2017), Mike Mills's 20th Century Women (2016), and Ang Lee's war drama Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (2016).
Clara Amfo ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Guest Critic

Joe Alwyn ... Himself - Interviewee

Will Arnett ... Himself - Interviewee

Annette Bening ... Herself - Interviewee
Rhianna Dhillon ... Herself - Film Critic
Hadley Freeman ... Herself - Author / 80s Film Expert

Ang Lee ... Himself - Interviewee

Dan Lin ... Himself - Interviewee

Chris McKay ... Himself - Interviewee
Arlene Phillips ... Herself - Dance Legend
Ali Plumb ... Himself - Film Critic, Radio 1

Season 46, Episode 5: Episode #46.5

15 February 2017
Nihal Arthanyake, Danny Leigh and Rhianna Dhillon discuss a trio of Oscar-nominated dramas - Moonlight (2016/I), Hidden Figures (2016) and Fences (2016), based on August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play - and McDonald's origin story The Founder (2016).
Nihal Arthanyake ... Himself - Host (as Nihal Arthanayake)
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Rhianna Dhillon ... Herself - Guest Critic

Mahershala Ali ... Himself - Interviewee

Viola Davis ... Herself - Interviewee

Naomie Harris ... Herself - Interviewee

Barry Jenkins ... Himself - Interviewee

Michael Keaton ... Himself - Interviewee

Denzel Washington ... Himself - Interviewee

Unknown Season


A Christmas Treat

23 December 2001

Film 78 Special

6 December 1978


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Iain Johnstone ... Himself - Interviewer

Woody Allen ... Himself - Interviewee

Films of the Year

28 December 2006
Jonathan Ross, Michael Sheen and Alice Eve discuss the films of 2006.

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Michael Sheen ... Himself

Alice Eve ... Herself

Cate Blanchett ... Herself

Sandra Bullock ... Herself

Michael Caine ... Himself

George Clooney ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself

Russell Crowe ... Himself

Kristin Davis ... Herself

Danny DeVito ... Himself

Cameron Diaz ... Herself

Will Ferrell ... Himself

Martin Freeman ... Himself

Anne Hathaway ... Herself

Dustin Hoffman ... Himself

Bob Hoskins ... Himself

Jeremy Irons ... Himself

Hugh Jackman ... Himself

Jude Law ... Himself

Lindsay Lohan ... Herself

James McAvoy ... Himself

Ben Stiller ... Himself

Meryl Streep ... Herself

Emma Thompson ... Herself

Dick Van Dyke ... Himself

Rachel Weisz ... Herself

Elijah Wood ... Himself

Renée Zellweger ... Herself

Quantum of Solace Special

28 October 2008


Jonathan Ross ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself

Mathieu Amalric ... Himself

Marc Forster ... Himself

Episode dated 15 August 1972

15 August 1972


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 11 September 1972

11 September 1972

Joan Bakewell ... Herself - Presenter
Frederic Raphael ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 25 September 1972

25 September 1972

Joan Bakewell ... Herself - Presenter

John Boorman ... Himself

Episode dated 28 November 1972

28 November 1972

Joan Bakewell ... Herself - Presenter
Frederic Raphael ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 16 January 1973

16 January 1973

Joan Bakewell ... Herself - Presenter
Robert Benayoun ... Himself

Jane Birkin ... Herself

Serge Gainsbourg ... Himself
Frederic Raphael ... Himself - Presenter

Zouzou ... Herself

Episode dated 29 May 1973

29 May 1973


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

George Cukor ... Himself

Vincent Price ... Himself

Episode dated 5 June 1973

5 June 1973
Barry Norman looks at the new films, including Billy Wilder 's Avanti! (1972) starring Jack Lemmon, and Steelyard Blues (1973) starring Jane Fonda.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 7 August 1973

7 August 1973

Denis Gifford ... Himself - Presenter

Peter Cushing ... Himself

Vincent Price ... Himself

Episode dated 18 September 1973

18 September 1973


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Dirk Bogarde ... Himself

Episode dated 13 November 1973

13 November 1973


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 11 December 1973

11 December 1973


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Peter Finch ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 8 January 1974

8 January 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Rod Steiger ... Himself

Episode dated 19 February 1974

19 February 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 19 March 1974

19 March 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

John Boorman ... Himself

Richard Lester ... Himself

Episode dated 26 March 1974

26 March 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 16 April 1974

16 April 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Frederic Raphael ... Himself - Reporter

Jack Clayton ... Himself

Sidney Lumet ... Himself

Episode dated 9 July 1974

9 July 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Francis Ford Coppola ... Himself

Elliott Gould ... Himself

Donald Sutherland ... Himself

Episode dated 6 August 1974

6 August 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 6 September 1974

6 September 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Richard Burton ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 10 September 1974

10 September 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Joseph Losey ... Himself

Topol ... Himself

Episode dated 17 September 1974

17 September 1974
Barry Norman reviews The Internecine Project (1974) starring James Coburn, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) starring Clint Eastwood, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder 's prize-winning Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974), and talks to Lillian Gish about D. W. Griffith , whose films will be shown in the late-night season at a new London cinema, The Gate.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Lillian Gish ... Herself

Episode dated 12 November 1974

12 November 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Peter Finch ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself
Anthony Harvey ... Himself

Liv Ullmann ... Herself

Episode dated 17 December 1974

17 December 1974


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Billy Wilder ... Himself

Episode dated 2 January 1976

2 January 1976
The films "Lucky Lady" and "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" are featured with interviews with the films stars.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Gene Hackman ... Himself

Liza Minnelli ... Herself

Burt Reynolds ... Himself

Gene Wilder ... Himself

Episode dated 9 May 1976

9 May 1976
Gideon Bachman talks to Liza Minnelli for a behind the scenes look at the filming of "A Matter of Time" in Rome; movie posters; adult films.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Gideon Bachmann ... Himself (as Gideon Bachman)

Ingrid Bergman ... Herself

Charles Boyer ... Himself

Liza Minnelli ... Herself

Vincente Minnelli ... Himself

Fernando Rey ... Himself

Isabella Rossellini ... Herself

Episode dated 9 January 1977

9 January 1977
Barry Norman presents a New Year round-up of reviews, previews and interviews from the movie worlds. Raid on Entebbe: Charles Bronson and Peter Finch star in one of three current film versions of last year's Israeli rescue of hijacked hostages. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976): Peter Sellers for the last time plays the world's most bumbling detective, Chief Insp Clouseau. Airport '77 (1977): James Stewart, Olivia de Havilland, Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant and Christopher Lee are interviewed in Hollywood during the making of the year's first disaster movie.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Olivia de Havilland ... Herself

Lee Grant ... Herself

Christopher Lee ... Himself

Jack Lemmon ... Himself

James Stewart ... Himself

Episode dated 6 November 1977

6 November 1977


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Sally Faulkner ... Herself

Episode dated 18 December 1977

18 December 1977
Barry Norman presents a round-up of films and film books for Christmas. The Gauntlet - Clint Eastwood, star and director, talks in New York about his latest film in which he plays a loner cop who is framed by a corrupt superior. Star Wars - Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Peter Cushing and Alec Guinness star in director George Lucas 's space fantasy which has already become the world's biggest box-office attraction. Rollercoaster - George Segal plays a safety inspector turned detective, Henry Fonda his boss and Richard Wid mark a special agent in the latest disaster sensurround movie set in an American amusement park. The Deep - Jacqueline Bissett, Robert Shaw and Nick Nolte star in a film version of Peter (Jaws) Benchley's book about a search for treasure in the waters off Bermuda. The Entertainers - Hirschfeld's book of drawings features such stars as Barbra Streisand, Woody Allen, Mae West and Elvis Presley.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 29 October 1978

29 October 1978
Barry Norman presents a round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world. Death on the Nile (1978): Peter Ustinov is the new Hercule Poirot with Bette Davis, David Niven, Mia Farrow and Maggie Smith as co-stars in a film version of Agatha Christie 's famous thriller. The Greek Tycoon: Jacqueline Bisset and Anthony Quinn star in a thinly-disguised film biography of Jackie Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis. The Thirty-nine Steps: actor Robert Powell , producer Greg Smith and director Don Sharp explain why they are re-making an already successful 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 27 May 1979

27 May 1979
Barry Norman with his final programme in the present series. Moonraker - Roger Moore in Rio de Janeiro for the forthcoming James Bond movie, talks about his career as 007. Plus interviews with his co-star Lots Chiles, director Lewis Gilbert and producer Albert R. ('Cubby') Broccoli. Days of Heaven - Richard Gere plays a migrant worker in Texas who harvests wheat for an aristocratic farmer. Director Terrence Malick 's new film recently won an Oscar for Best Cinematography. Big Wednesday - Jan-Michael Vincent, William Katt and Gary Busey play three Malibu surfers in director John Milius ' latest film, set in the 1960s.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 10 September 1979

10 September 1979
Barry Norman returns with a weekly round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world. Alien (1979): a galactic horror story including some of the most spectacular special effects ever filmed. The Main Event: Barbra Streisand co-stars with Ryan O'Neal in this film about the world of boxing, billed as 'a glove story'. Dracula (1979): Frank Langella portrays the famous vampire as a romantic Byronic figure in this latest adaptation of Bram Stoker s novel, also starring Laurence Olivier and Kate Nelligan. Deauville : a report from the Fifth Festival of American Cinema - showcase for current American films, attended by many of the stars and directors involved.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 3 December 1979

3 December 1979
Barry Norman presents a weekly round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world. The Outsider (1979): a controversial story of an Irish-American Vietnam veteran (Craig Wasson), who joins the IRA in Ireland, and is exploited by both sides in the conflict. Fedora (1978): Billy Wilder 's latest film is featured in a retrospective season at the National Film Theatre. Somewhere in Time (1980): a location report from Canada, in which Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour and Christopher Plummer comment on their roles in this time travel love story.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 17 December 1979

17 December 1979
Barry Norman presents a Christmas round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world. Apocalypse Now (1979): Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall and Martin Sheen star in Francis Ford Coppola 's epic film about the Vietnam war. The Black Hole (1979): this Walt Disney space adventure stars Maximilian Schell, Yvette Mimieux, Ernest Borgnine and a blood-red, man-mashing robot. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979): based on the classic science-fiction TV series and featuring television regulars William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 14 April 1980

14 April 1980


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Ruth Gordon ... Herself

Burt Reynolds ... Himself

Lee Strasberg ... Himself

Episode dated 17 November 1980

17 November 1980


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Brooke Shields ... Herself

Lee Strasberg ... Himself
Allen Woody ... Himself

Franco Zeffirelli ... Himself

Episode dated 1 December 1980

1 December 1980
A weekly round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the world of cinema. Jason Robards stars as the leader of an American expedition to "Raise the Titanic", and Sir Alec Guinness plays an octogenarian survivor of the 1912 disaster. Sam Neill and Lisa Harrow talk on location in St Austell about making "The Final Conflict" - the second and final "Omen" sequel. The competition this week - 'Groucho gags' - is based on the humour of the Marx Brothers.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 8 December 1980

8 December 1980
A progress report on the continuing saga of the fall and rise of the British film industry, including two current British releases, Breaking Glass and Babylon. Stars Alec Guinness and Ricky Schroder and director Jack Gold, on location at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire, talk about their remake of Little Lord Fauntleroy

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 26 January 1981

26 January 1981
News, reviews, interviews from the cinema world. Bette Midler , filmed in concert, demonstrates her raunchy singing and comic abilities in Divine Madness. Burt Lancaster stars as a small-time hood in Atlantic City, French director Louis Malle 's romantic thriller set against the gambling background of this famous American resort. Producer David Puttnam, actors Dennis Christopher, Brad Davis and Ian Charleson talk on location at Liverpool about Chariots of Fire, this year's royal film, which is based on the true story of a group of athletes and their bid for Olympic glory in 1924.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Ian Charleson ... Himself

Episode dated 28 December 1981

28 December 1981
Barry Norman looks back at the films of 1981 and selects his 12 best. Will Robert Redford 's directorial debut, Ordinary People, make the final list? How does Raiders of the Lost Ark compare with Superman II? How does Burt Lancaster 's performance in Atlantic City rate with Robert de Niro's in Raging Bull? How will British films Chariots of Fire and The Long Good Friday fare?

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Episode dated 28 March 1983

28 March 1983
Including regular reviews of current releases and news of the latest films in production and the personalities involved. Lovesick (1983): Dudley Moore plays a successful psychiatrist who commits the cardinal sin of falling in love with one of his patients, played by Elizabeth McGovern. 48 Hrs. (1982): Nick Nolte , as a tough American cop, teams up with a street-wise convict who has been sprung from prison to catch his former gang. Invitation to the Wedding (1983): John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson are interviewed on the location of their latest film, in which Gielgud plays an American evangelist and Richardson a leather-clad vicar.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

John Gielgud ... Himself

Ralph Richardson ... Himself

Episode dated 6 June 1983

6 June 1983
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983): the saga continues in the third film of the Star Wars series. Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher reunite for a further space adventure. David Bowie comes under the spell of The Hunger (1983) - Catherine Deneuve, a woman with the power to bestow the gift of everlasting life on the ones she loves. In the last of the current run, a look at some films opening over the summer months, including, Superman III (1983) and Psycho II (1983).
Iain Johnstone ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 30 January 1984

30 January 1984
Sudden Impact (1983): Clint Eastwood returns to the screen as Dirty Harry Callahan , the tough San Francisco cop, after a gap of seven years. Gorky Park (1983): William Hurt stars as a Moscow detective obsessed with solving a triple murder, and Lee Marvin plays his American adversary, in this film adaptation of the best selling thriller. The Dresser (1983): Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay talk on location in Bradford about their roles in director Peter Yates 's film version of the award-winning play, chosen for this year's Royal Film Performance.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Tom Courtenay ... Himself

Albert Finney ... Himself

Episode dated 6 February 1984

6 February 1984
Scarface (1983): Al Pacino plays the Cuban who begins a spectacular rise to power from a refugee camp in America to become a ruthless gangster, in this remake of the 1932 classic. Including a rare interview with Pacino. Daniel (1983) : Timothy Hutton stars as the child of Paul and Rochelle Isaacson, an American couple sentenced to death for spying for the Russians, in this drama, directed by Sydney Lumet, loosely based on the true story of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who were executed in 1953. The Virgin Story: a report on the move into feature film production by Virgin, the record company headed by entrepreneur Richard Branson.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 13 February 1984

13 February 1984
Nick Nolte, Gene Hackman and Joanna Cassidy star in Under Fire (1983) as American journalists caught up in the revolutionary war in Nicaragua. Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft talk about To Be or Not to Be (1983), a comedy set in Poland during the Second World War, in which they star together for the first time.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 20 February 1984

20 February 1984
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983): Twenty years after the original Pink Panther, David Niven and Robert Wagner are reunited in the seventh film of the series with Ted Wass of Soap playing the bumbling New York detective in the Clouseau mould. The Big Chill (1983): Kevin Kline stars in this story of a group of Americans who as students formed a close circle and are brought together again by an untimely death. Kevin Kline and Lawrence Kasdan, the director, are interviewed in the studio.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Lawrence Kasdan ... Himself

Kevin Kline ... Himself

Episode dated 27 February 1984

27 February 1984
Rumble Fish (1983): Francis Ford Coppola 's adaptation of S. E. Hinton 's novel about teenage alienation, starring Matt Dillon and Mickey Rourke as the two misfits. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984) - on location with director Hugh Hudson 's new interpretation of Edgar Rice Burroughs 's much-filmed story. Newcomer Christopher Lambert plays the title role.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 5 March 1984

5 March 1984
Champions: John Hurt stars as Bob Champion , the top steeplechase jockey, who at the height of his career discovered he had cancer and despite all odds overcame his illness to win the Grand National in 1981. Over the Brooklyn Bridge: Elliott Gould and Margaux Hemingway play an ill-matched couple, battling against family opposition to their romance. On location with award-winning Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski on his new film, Success is the Best Revenge, starring Michael York.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 12 March 1984

12 March 1984
Including regular reviews of current releases and news of the latest films in production and the personalities involved. Vertigo: James Stewart stars as the detective with a fear of heights and Kim Novak is the girl who leads a double life in this classic Hitchcock thriller. Risky Business: Tom Cruise stars in this comedy about a college boy who finds that all his teenage fantasies come true.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 19 March 1984

19 March 1984
Including regular reviews of current releases and news of the latest films in production and the personalities involved. Terms of Endearment (1983): this drama-comedy explores the stormy relationship between Shirley MacLaine, a domineering mother, and Debra Winger as her defiant daughter. Including an interview with Debra Winger, who has been nominated for an Oscar as best actress for her role in this film. Never Cry Wolf: the true story of a young biologist whose lonely trek through the Arctic to live among the wolf-packs leads to alarming discoveries.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 7 June 1984

7 June 1984


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Steven Spielberg ... Himself

Episode dated 19 March 1985

19 March 1985
David Lean's film adaptation of A Passage to India (1984) has garnered 11 Academy Award nominations. Set in India during the Raj, it stars Judy Davis, Peggy Ashcroft and Victor Banerjee. Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones wrote and star in Morons from Outer Space (1985) which is mainly about.... morons from outer space. Mel Gibson and Sissy Spacek star as husband and wife in The River (1984). Set in Tennessee, it tells the story of a small town fighting to save its farms from flooding to make way for a hydroelectric scheme.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 23 April 1985

23 April 1985
20th Century Fox celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The studio produced such diverse films as The Grapes of Wrath, The Sound of Music and Star Wars, and its contract stars included Shirley Temple, Marilyn Monroe, Henry Fonda and Gregory Peck. Tab Hunter, teen idol of the 50s, has recently produced and stars in Lust in the Dust, a spoof Western. He talks in Hollywood about his career and his new film. Peter Richardson directs The Comic Strip's first feature Supergrass. Nigel Planer, Adrian Edmondson, Jennifer Saunders and Robbie Coltrane talk about their new venture.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Tab Hunter ... Himnself

Episode dated 14 May 1985

14 May 1985
Michael Keaton and Marilu Henner star in Johnny Dangerously, an affectionate spoof of 30s gangster movies. Sylvia Kristel plays the title role of the oriental femme fatale in Mata Hari. Deborah Kerr talks on location in South Wales about her new film, The Assam Garden, and her return to the big screen after an absence of 14 years.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Deborah Kerr ... Herself

Episode dated 17 September 1985

17 September 1985
Introduced by Barry Norman in its new regular time slot, the programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema. Cocoon (1985) - the surprise hit of the summer in America, this science fantasy features a host of veteran film stars including Don Ameche and Maureen Stapleton. Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) - Rosanna Arquette and Madonna play contrasting characters in this offbeat comedy. Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) - in which Sylvester Stallone re-creates his role as a Vietnam war veteran. A report on the phenomenal success of this film and the impact it has had on both sides of the Atlantic.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 3 December 1985

3 December 1985
The programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema. Back to the Future (1985) - Steven Spielberg is the producer of the year's biggest hit in America. Barry Norman interviews him tonight as the film has its Royal Premiere at the Empire Leicester Square in the presence of The Prince and Princess of Wales. Legend (1985) - a fantasy adventure set in a timeless world; real-life action is combined with fairy-tale creatures. Its director is Ridley Scott, who also made Alien.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Steven Spielberg ... Himself

Episode dated 28 January 1986

28 January 1986
Interviews with Julien Temple, Patsy Kensit, 'Eddie O'Connell' and Stephen Woolley from the set of the musical Absolute Beginners (1986).

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Patsy Kensit ... Herself
Eddie O'Connell ... Himself

Julien Temple ... Himself

Stephen Woolley ... Himself

Episode dated 18 February 1986

18 February 1986
The programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema. Commando (1985) - Arnold Schwarzenegger pairs up with Rae Dawn Chong in pursuit of a deadly Latin neo-dictator. Mr Love - a gardener has spent 28 years tending the gardens of Southport. The one thing missing from his life is love - and yet, 12 beautiful women appear at his funeral. Bette Davis - a few days before receiving a Life Achievement award in France, the legendary actress talked to Film 86 and reflected on her life and career.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Host

Bette Davis ... Herself

Episode dated 9 June 1987

9 June 1987
The programme that keeps you in touch with the world of cinema. Nobody's Fool - an odd-ball love story starring Rosanna Arquette and Eric Roberts as a couple of quirky characters with dubious pasts. This last programme of the current series looks ahead at the films opening over the summer months, both here and in America. They include Superman IV, Mel Gibson 's Lethal Weapon and the new James Bond film, The Living Daylights.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Timothy Dalton ... Himself

Sidney J. Furie ... Himself

Margot Kidder ... Herself

Christopher Reeve ... Himself

Episode dated 7 September 1987

7 September 1987


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter
Philip Honey ... Himself - Palmbrokers

Episode dated 28 September 1987

28 September 1987


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Lauren Bacall ... Herself
Tom Brook ... Himself - Reporter

Anjelica Huston ... Herself

John Huston ... Himself (archive footage)

Robert Mitchum ... Himself
Adrian Smith ... Himself

Episode dated 30 November 1987

30 November 1987

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Alec Guinness ... Himself - Guest

Episode dated 8 December 1987

8 December 1987
Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases. The Dead (1987) is the last film from director John Huston, who died in August. Based on a short story by James Joyce , the film stars the director's daughter Anjelica Huston. Harry and the Hendersons (1987) is a comedy starring John Lithgow and Don Ameche, whose hunt for the bizarre 'Bigfoot' turns into a quest for its preservation. Little Dorrit (1987) is an epic adaptation of the Dickens novel, featuring the cream of British acting talent, notably Alec Guinness, Derek Jacobi and Joan Greenwood.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 15 March 1988

15 March 1988


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Sammi Davis ... Herself

Freddie Jones ... Himself

Jonathan Pryce ... Himself

Vanessa Redgrave ... Herself

Episode dated 29 March 1988

29 March 1988


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

David Lean ... Himself

Episode dated 5 April 1988

5 April 1988
Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases. Broadcast News (1987) - this is set in the cut-throat world of TV news. The rivalry, loves and problems of a group of fiercely ambitious newsgatherers provide the focus for this film. It is heavily tipped for the honours at next week's Oscar ceremony, including Best ' Actor for William Hurt. 3 Men and a Baby (1987) - Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson are carefree bachelors sharing a flat when a baby comes into their lives and creates havoc with their wayward lifestyle. Bette Davis is 80 this week. Film 88 looks back at the career of one of Hollywood's legends.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Bette Davis ... Herself (archive footage)

Episode dated 13 June 1988

13 June 1988


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Woody Allen ... Himself

Episode dated 21 November 1988

21 November 1988


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 20 December 1988

20 December 1988


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 10 October 1989

10 October 1989


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Jane Fonda ... Herself

Harrison Ford ... Himself

Patricia Hearst ... Herself

Gregory Peck ... Himself

Episode dated 16 January 1990

16 January 1990


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Bernard Rose ... Himself
David Yallop ... Himself

Episode dated 24 April 1990

24 April 1990


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Richard Gere ... Himself

Episode dated 1 May 1990

1 May 1990


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 19 July 1990

19 July 1990


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Warren Beatty ... Himself

Episode dated 19 February 1991

19 February 1991
Pacific Heights (1990) is a psychological thriller from director John Schlesinger, with Melanie Griffith, Matthew Modine and Michael Keaton. Mr. & Mrs. Bridge (1990) stars Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in a family saga set in the 40s. And The Russia House (1990), the John Le Carre spy thriller with Sean Connery and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 13 May 1991

13 May 1991


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Dirk Bogarde ... Himself

Episode dated 25 January 1993

25 January 1993


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 18 May 1993

18 May 1993


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Henry Mancini ... Himself

Episode dated 27 September 1993

27 September 1993
This Boy's Life features Robert De Niro and Ellen Barkin in the true life story of Tobias Wolf, a wild and reckless boy struggling to survive in Washington; and Like Water for Chocolate, which has become a surprise "art house" hit in America. Based on the highly-acclaimed Mexican love story, the film combines culinary magic with a tale of romance. Director Tony Scott talks about his new film True Romance, starring Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette, and written by Quentin Tarantino, director of the controversial Reservoir Dogs. Plus a look at the re-release of the classic oldie An Affair to Remember, starring Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 28 February 1994

28 February 1994
Tonight's programme is given over to an interview with one of the film industry's best known outsiders, Robert Altman. In a frank discussion that covers his beliefs and work ethics, Altman explains how he has survived the Hollywood jungle (don't worry the accountants and they won't worry you) and describes how he has been in and out of favour with the film industry since he made MASH in 1970. When Barry Norman suggests to Robert Altman that he is a maverick, the film director denies it but says "not everything has to be done the same way". Since MASH, Altman has made 30 films including Nashville, Popeye and, in 1992, The Player. He says he is proud of them all though: "these films are like children to me and you tend to love your least successful child the most". His latest film, Short Cuts, has just earned him an Oscar nomination for best director.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Robert Altman ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 7 November 1994

7 November 1994


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

James Fitzpatrick ... Himself

Episode dated 1 May 1995

1 May 1995


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 15 January 1996

15 January 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Harrison Ford ... Himself

Julia Ormond ... Herself

Episode dated 22 January 1996

22 January 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Emma Thompson ... Herself

Episode dated 29 January 1996

29 January 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Kenneth Branagh ... Himself

Laurence Fishburne ... Himself

Episode dated 5 February 1996

5 February 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Danny Boyle ... Himself

John Hodge ... Himself

Ewan McGregor ... Himself

Episode dated 19 February 1996

19 February 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Sharon Stone ... Herself

Episode dated 11 March 1996

11 March 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Stephen Frears ... Himself

John Malkovich ... Himself

Julia Roberts ... Herself

Episode dated 22 April 1996

22 April 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Denzel Washington ... Himself

Episode dated 13 May 1996

13 May 1996


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Roger Corman ... Himself

Episode dated 24 February 1997

24 February 1997
Films reviewed include The Crucible (1996), starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Winona Ryder. Plus a look at Mars Attacks! (1996), Tim Burton 's comedy about a Martian invasion; The Portrait of a Lady (1996), in which Nicole Kidman stars as an American heiress in 19th-century Europe; and romantic comedy Jerry Maguire (1996), starring Tom Cruise. Tom Brook meets Woody Harrelson and Milos Foreman , who talk about The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996), based on the true account of the porn king.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 3 March 1997

3 March 1997
Pierce Brosnan joins Barry Norman in the LA studio to discuss the change of fortune in his acting career since becoming the latest James Bond. Brosnan is top billed in Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! (1996) on current release, a comedy about Martians invading earth, and will soon begin filming the next Bond movie. His latest film, Dante's Peak (1997), opens later this month. Brosnan plays a volcano expert sent to a small town to check on seismic tremors.

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Pierce Brosnan ... Himself

Episode dated 1 December 1997

1 December 1997


Victoria Beckham ... Herself

Melanie Brown ... Herself

Emma Bunton ... Herself

Melanie C ... Herself (as Melanie Chisholm)

Geri Horner ... Herself (as Geri Halliwell)

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Spice Girls ... Themselves

Episode dated 7 April 1998

7 April 1998


Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

John Barry ... Himself

Episode dated 21 June 1998

21 June 1998
Barry Norman ends his 26-year association with the film programme with reviews of The Object of My Affection (1998), Mimic (1997), and Girls' Night (1998).

Barry Norman ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 14 April 1999

14 April 1999


Minnie Driver ... Herself

Episode dated 26 October 1999

26 October 1999

Martin L. Evans ... Himself

Anna Friel ... Herself

Episode dated 16 November 1999

16 November 1999

Vic Flick ... Himself

Episode dated 11 April 2000

11 April 2000


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Michael Caine ... Himself

Kristin Scott Thomas ... Herself

Episode dated 9 May 2000

9 May 2000


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Brenda Blethyn ... Herself

Martin Dew ... Cast (interviewee) (uncredited)

Episode dated 5 October 2000

5 October 2000


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Julie Walters ... Herself

Episode dated 2 November 2000

2 November 2000


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Pierce Brosnan ... Himself

Michael Douglas ... Himself

Episode dated 10 August 2001

10 August 2001


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Liam O Mochain ... Himself

Episode dated 22 October 2001

22 October 2001


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Liam O Mochain ... Himself

Episode dated 14 January 2002

14 January 2002


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Ridley Scott ... Himself

Episode dated 18 September 2002

18 September 2002


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jesse Bradford ... Himself

Episode dated 21 October 2002

21 October 2002


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Harrison Ford ... Himself

Episode dated 11 March 2003

11 March 2003


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

George Clooney ... Himself

Episode dated 17 November 2003

17 November 2003


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Richard Curtis ... Himself

Episode dated 13 January 2004

13 January 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Christopher Guest ... Himself

Episode dated 20 January 2004

20 January 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Tim Burton ... Himself

Jude Law ... Himself

Ewan McGregor ... Himself

Natalie Portman ... Herself

Episode dated 27 January 2004

27 January 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Leo Barraclough ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself
Liz Miller ... Herself
Pat Morrison ... Herself
Bruce Oldfield ... Himself

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Herself

Jonathan Rutter ... Himself

Harry Shearer ... Himself

Episode dated 3 February 2004

3 February 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Paul Bettany ... Himself

Jack Black ... Himself
Kerri Campos ... Herself
Rosemary Hygate ... Herself

Diane Keaton ... Herself
Gina Piccalo ... Herself

Keanu Reeves ... Himself

Episode dated 10 February 2004

10 February 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Steven Gaydos ... Himself

Eddie Murphy ... Himself

Terence Stamp ... Himself

Marsha Thomason ... Herself

Episode dated 17 February 2004

17 February 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jim Caviezel ... Himself

Jackie Chan ... Himself

Steve Coogan ... Himself

Mel Gibson ... Himself
Marvin Hier ... Himself
James Hirsen ... Himself

Maia Morgenstern ... Herself
Tim Rutten ... Himself

Episode dated 24 February 2004

24 February 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jennifer Aniston ... Herself - Interviewee

Cate Blanchett ... Herself

Kevin Costner ... Himself
Ainsley Harriott ... Himself

Ron Howard ... Himself - Interviewee

Tommy Lee Jones ... Himself

Ben Kingsley ... Himself

Mike Myers ... Himself

Ben Stiller ... Himself

Episode dated 29 February 2004

29 February 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Ronni Ancona ... Herself
Tessa Benson ... Herself

Billy Boyd ... Himself
Tom Brook ... Himself

Rob Brydon ... Himself

Jamie Lee Curtis ... Herself
Lauren Lyster ... Herself

Alistair McGowan ... Himself

Dominic Monaghan ... Himself
Michael O'Rorke ... Himself
Jessica Pasteur ... Herself

Joan Rivers ... Herself
Randy Solo ... Himself

Episode dated 20 September 2004

20 September 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Kim Basinger ... Herself

Paul Bettany ... Himself

Gurinder Chadha ... Herself

Maggie Cheung ... Herself

Christopher Doyle ... Himself (as Chris Doyle)

Kirsten Dunst ... Herself

Spike Lee ... Himself

Richard Loncraine ... Himself

Episode dated 27 September 2004

27 September 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Kerry Conran ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself

Scott Foundas ... Himself

Jamie Foxx ... Himself

Stephen Hopkins ... Himself

Ron Howard ... Himself - Interviewee

Kevin Kline ... Himself

Jude Law ... Himself

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Herself

Geoffrey Rush ... Himself

Charlize Theron ... Herself

Matthew Vaughn ... Himself

Denzel Washington ... Himself

Robbie Williams ... Himself

Episode dated 11 October 2004

11 October 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Julie Andrews ... Herself
Bibo Bergeron ... Himself

Jack Black ... Himself

Gurinder Chadha ... Herself

Tina Fey ... Herself

Anne Hathaway ... Herself

Vicky Jenson ... Herself

Angelina Jolie ... Herself

Jeffrey Katzenberg ... Himself

Anupam Kher ... Himself

Rob Letterman ... Himself

Lindsay Lohan ... Herself

Mandy Moore ... Herself

Will Smith ... Himself

Episode dated 18 October 2004

18 October 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Julie Andrews ... Herself

Emily Blunt ... Herself

Anne Hathaway ... Herself

Garry Marshall ... Himself

Natalie Press ... Herself

Episode dated 25 October 2004

25 October 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Johnny Depp ... Himself

Marc Forster ... Himself

Freddie Highmore ... Himself

Mandy Moore ... Herself

Brittany Murphy ... Herself
Daniel Pyne ... Himself

Susan Sarandon ... Herself

Charles Shyer ... Himself

Kate Winslet ... Herself

Episode dated 1 November 2004

1 November 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Meryl Streep ... Herself

Episode dated 8 November 2004

8 November 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Brad Bird ... Himself

Charles Dance ... Himself

Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Herself

Hugh Grant ... Himself

Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself

Beeban Kidron ... Herself

John Lasseter ... Himself
Rick Sayre ... Himself

Billy Bob Thornton ... Himself

John Walker ... Himself

Renée Zellweger ... Herself

Episode dated 15 November 2004

15 November 2004


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Annette Bening ... Herself

Brad Bird ... Himself

Pierce Brosnan ... Himself

Jonathan Demme ... Himself

John Lasseter ... Himself

Brett Ratner ... Himself

John Walker ... Himself

Denzel Washington ... Himself

Episode dated 14 March 2005

14 March 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Keanu Reeves ... Himself

Episode dated 26 September 2005

26 September 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Kuno Becker ... Himself

André Benjamin ... Himself

Shane Black ... Himself
Dick Clement ... Himself

Scott Foundas ... Himself

Anna Friel ... Herself
Mike Goodridge ... Himself
Ian La Frenais ... Himself

Laura Linney ... Herself

Liam Neeson ... Himself

Mark Ruffalo ... Himself

John Singleton ... Himself

Episode dated 3 October 2005

3 October 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Morena Baccarin ... Herself

Adam Baldwin ... Himself

Orlando Bloom ... Himself
Steve Box ... Himself

Chiwetel Ejiofor ... Himself

Nathan Fillion ... Himself

Summer Glau ... Herself

Sean Maher ... Himself
Seamus Malone ... Himself

Nick Park ... Himself
Jan Sanger ... Herself

Jewel Staite ... Herself

Gina Torres ... Herself

Joss Whedon ... Himself

Episode dated 10 October 2005

10 October 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Michael Fenton Stevens ... Godzilla

Kuno Becker ... Himself

Shane Black ... Himself
Steve Box ... Himself

Martin Campbell ... Himself
Brandon Gray ... Himself

Peter Guber ... Himself
Dana Harris ... Herself
John Horn ... Himself

Jonathan D. Krane ... Himself (as Jonathan Krane)
Saul Metzstein ... Himself

Nick Park ... Himself

Episode dated 17 October 2005

17 October 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Helena Bonham Carter ... Herself

Tim Burton ... Himself

Johnny Depp ... Himself

Episode dated 31 October 2005

31 October 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Monica Bellucci ... Herself

Orlando Bloom ... Himself

Cameron Crowe ... Himself

Matt Damon ... Himself

Kirsten Dunst ... Herself

Terry Gilliam ... Himself
Dana Harris ... Herself

Danny Huston ... Himself
Pat Kingsley ... Herself

Heath Ledger ... Himself

Jonathan Pryce ... Himself
Heidi Schaeffer ... Herself

Episode dated 7 November 2005

7 November 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Shane Black ... Himself

Toni Collette ... Herself

Cameron Diaz ... Herself

Robert Downey Jr. ... Himself (as Robert Downey Jr)

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself - Interviewee

Bent Hamer ... Himself

Curtis Hanson ... Himself

Danny Huston ... Himself

Val Kilmer ... Himself

Fernando Meirelles ... Himself

Michelle Monaghan ... Herself

Joel Silver ... Himself

Rachel Weisz ... Herself

Episode dated 14 November 2005

14 November 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Luke de Woolfson ... Himself

Julian Fellowes ... Himself

Leo Gregory ... Himself

Mike Newell ... Himself

Ashley Walters ... Himself

Emma Watson ... Herself

Tom Wilkinson ... Himself

Stephen Woolley ... Himself

Episode dated 21 November 2005

21 November 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Alice Braga ... Herself

Judi Dench ... Herself (as Dame Judi Dench)

Jodie Foster ... Herself

Bob Hoskins ... Himself

Laura Linney ... Herself

Joaquin Phoenix ... Himself

Jason Statham ... Himself

Tom Wilkinson ... Himself

Reese Witherspoon ... Herself

Will Young ... Himself

Episode dated 28 November 2005

28 November 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Julie Andrews ... Herself (as Dame Julie Andrews)

Kevin Bacon ... Himself

Colin Firth ... Himself

Dwayne Johnson ... Himself (as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson)

Rosamund Pike ... Herself

Episode dated 5 December 2005

5 December 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Andrew Adamson ... Himself
Diccon Alexander ... Himself
Peter Chiang ... Himself
Michael Elson ... Himself
Paul J. Franklin ... Himself (as Paul Franklin)

Ray Harryhausen ... Himself
Pablo Helman ... Himself
Luc Jacquet ... Himself
Ken McGaugh ... Himself
Richard Stammers ... Himself

Episode dated 12 December 2005

12 December 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jack Black ... Himself

Adrien Brody ... Himself

Mel Brooks ... Himself

Peter Jackson ... Himself

Sarah Jessica Parker ... Herself

Andy Serkis ... Himself

Episode dated 29 December 2005

29 December 2005


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Kevin Bacon ... Himself

Antonio Banderas ... Himself

Jack Black ... Himself

Orlando Bloom ... Himself

Adrien Brody ... Himself

Mel Brooks ... Himself

Pierce Brosnan ... Himself

Jim Carrey ... Himself

George Clooney ... Himself

Cameron Crowe ... Himself

Matt Damon ... Himself

Johnny Depp ... Himself

Cameron Diaz ... Herself

Kirsten Dunst ... Herself

Jon Favreau ... Himself

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself - Interviewee

Colin Firth ... Himself

Jodie Foster ... Herself

Terry Gilliam ... Himself

Jake Gyllenhaal ... Himself (as Jake Gyllenhall)

Danny Huston ... Himself

Dwayne Johnson ... Himself (as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson)

Val Kilmer ... Himself

Greg Kinnear ... Himself

Neil Marshall ... Himself

Sarah Jessica Parker ... Herself

Steve Pemberton ... Himself

Rosamund Pike ... Herself

Natasha Richardson ... Herself

Tim Robbins ... Himself

Susan Sarandon ... Herself

Emma Thompson ... Herself

Rachel Weisz ... Herself

Joss Whedon ... Himself

Will Young ... Himself

Ziyi Zhang ... Herself

Episode dated 4 January 2006

4 January 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Woody Allen ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 16 January 2006

16 January 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

50 Cent ... Himself (as Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson)

Joy Bryant ... Herself

Rob Brydon ... Himself

Michael Caine ... Himself (as Sir Michael Caine)

Jim Carrey ... Himself

Steve Coogan ... Himself

Claire Danes ... Herself

Anthony Hopkins ... Himself (as Sir Anthony Hopkins)

Terrence Howard ... Himself

Téa Leoni ... Herself

Episode dated 23 January 2006

23 January 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Eric Bana ... Himself

George Clooney ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself
Neill Lochery ... Himself (as Dr. Neill Lochery)

Shirley MacLaine ... Herself

Steven Spielberg ... Himself

Sharon Waxman ... Herself

Episode dated 30 January 2006

30 January 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Vincent Cassel ... Himself

Jon Favreau ... Himself

Josh Hutcherson ... Himself

Nick Love ... Himself

James Mangold ... Himself

Paul Merton ... Himself

Clive Owen ... Himself

Joaquin Phoenix ... Himself

Oliver Platt ... Himself

Charlize Theron ... Herself

Rachel Weisz ... Herself

Reese Witherspoon ... Herself

Episode dated 6 February 2006

6 February 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Tony Bancroft ... Himself
Steve Box ... Himself
Bill Damaschke ... Himself
Bruce Davis ... Himself

Jodie Foster ... Herself

Randy Fullmer ... Himself
John Henderson ... Himself

John Madden ... Himself

Tom McGrath ... Himself
Tom O'Neill ... Himself

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Herself

Nick Park ... Himself

Sharon Waxman ... Herself

Episode dated 13 February 2006

13 February 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jack Cardiff ... Himself

George Clooney ... Himself

Sophie Okonedo ... Herself

Charlize Theron ... Herself

Episode dated 20 February 2006

20 February 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Noah Baumbach ... Himself

Pierce Brosnan ... Himself

John Carpenter ... Himself

Martin Compston ... Himself
Bruce Davis ... Himself

Philip Seymour Hoffman ... Himself

Felicity Huffman ... Herself

Dwayne Johnson ... Himself (as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson)

Jennifer Lopez ... Herself (as Jennifer 'J-Lo' Lopez)

Bennett Miller ... Himself

Richard Shepard ... Himself

Jon Stewart ... Himself
John Wilson ... Himself

Episode dated 27 February 2006

27 February 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

George Clooney ... Himself

Matt Damon ... Himself

Stephen Gaghan ... Himself
Mike Goodridge ... Himself

Peter Guber ... Himself
Steve Pond ... Himself

Alexander Siddig ... Himself

Jack Valenti ... Himself

Episode dated 6 March 2006

6 March 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Nick Cave ... Himself

Roger Donaldson ... Himself

Anthony Hopkins ... Himself

Danny Huston ... Himself

Guy Pearce ... Himself

Episode dated 13 March 2006

13 March 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Kenton Allen ... Himself

Jack Black ... Himself

Gavin Hood ... Himself

Felicity Huffman ... Herself

John Hurt ... Himself

William H. Macy ... Himself

Natalie Portman ... Herself

Stephen Rea ... Himself
Adrian Wootton ... Himself

Episode dated 27 March 2006

27 March 2006


Noah Baumbach ... Himself

Martin Campbell ... Himself

Sebastien Foucan ... Himself

Sarah Jessica Parker ... Herself

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Michael G. Wilson ... Himself

Episode dated 11 September 2006

11 September 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Leslie Bibb ... Herself

Steve Carell ... Himself

Frank Coraci ... Himself

Will Ferrell ... Himself

Stephen Frears ... Himself

Al Gore ... Himself

Armistead Maupin ... Himself

Helen Mirren ... Herself - Interviewee

John C. Reilly ... Himself

Shauna Robertson ... Herself

Adam Sandler ... Himself

Robin Williams ... Himself

Episode dated 18 September 2006

18 September 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Michael Caine ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself

Alfonso Cuarón ... Himself

Rosario Dawson ... Herself

Pam Ferris ... Herself

Bart Freundlich ... Himself

Damian Lewis ... Himself

Julianne Moore ... Herself - Interviewee

Clive Owen ... Himself

Brad Pitt ... Himself

Episode dated 25 September 2006

25 September 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Oliver Stone ... Himself

Episode dated 2 October 2006

2 October 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Emily Blunt ... Herself

Michael Caine ... Himself

David Frankel ... Himself
Elizabeth Gabler ... Herself

Anne Hathaway ... Herself

Meryl Streep ... Herself

Catherine Tate ... Herself

Harry Treadaway ... Himself

Luke Treadaway ... Himself

Stanley Tucci ... Himself

Episode dated 9 October 2006

9 October 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Roger Allers ... Himself

Bryan Barber ... Himself

André Benjamin ... Himself

Billy Connolly ... Himself

James Corden ... Himself

Anne Hathaway ... Herself

Nicholas Hytner ... Himself

James McAvoy ... Himself

Jamie Parker ... Himself

Russell Tovey ... Himself

Julie Walters ... Herself

Episode dated 16 October 2006

16 October 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Zach Braff ... Himself

Sofia Coppola ... Herself

Andrew Davis ... Himself

Kirsten Dunst ... Herself

Toby Jones ... Himself

Ashton Kutcher ... Himself

Anthony Minghella ... Himself

Corin Redgrave ... Himself

Jason Schwartzman ... Himself

Episode dated 23 October 2006

23 October 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Andrea Arnold ... Herself

Christian Bale ... Himself

Patricia Clarkson ... Herself

Russell Crowe ... Himself

Johnny Depp ... Himself

Kate Dickie ... Herself

James Gandolfini ... Himself

Tom Hanks ... Himself

Ron Howard ... Himself - Interviewee

Jude Law ... Himself

Sam Mendes ... Himself

Christopher Nolan ... Himself

Kate Winslet ... Herself

Episode dated 30 October 2006

30 October 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Sacha Baron Cohen ... Borat Sagdiyev (as Borat Sagdiyev)

Helena Bonham Carter ... Herself
David Julyan ... Himself

Adrian Lester ... Himself

James McAvoy ... Himself

Ewan McGregor ... Himself

Christopher Nolan ... Himself

Jonathan Nolan ... Himself

Gregg Sulkin ... Himself

Catherine Tate ... Herself

Paul Weiland ... Himself

Episode dated 6 November 2006

6 November 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
David Arnold ... Himself

Christian Bale ... Himself

Juliette Binoche ... Herself

Zach Braff ... Himself

Michael Caine ... Himself (as Sir Michael Caine)

John Cork ... Himself

Maryam d'Abo ... Herself

Martin Freeman ... Himself
Karl Hyde ... Himself

Hugh Jackman ... Himself
David Julyan ... Himself

Jude Law ... Himself

James McAvoy ... Himself

Anthony Minghella ... Himself

Mark Mothersbaugh ... Himself

Christopher Nolan ... Himself
Brian Reitzell ... Himself
Rick Smith ... Himself
Gabriel Yared ... Himself

Episode dated 13 November 2006

13 November 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
David Arnold ... Himself

Barbara Broccoli ... Herself

Martin Campbell ... Himself

Daniel Craig ... Himself
Brandon Gray ... Himself

Eva Green ... Herself

Paul Haggis ... Himself
Peter Lamont ... Himself
Ian Lowe ... Himself

Caterina Murino ... Herself

Gary Powell ... Himself
Emiko Terazono ... Herself

Anne Thompson ... Herself

Michael G. Wilson ... Himself

Alexander Witt ... Himself

Episode dated 20 November 2006

20 November 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Ben Affleck ... Himself

Allen Coulter ... Himself

Richard Donner ... Himself

Will Ferrell ... Himself

Bob Hoskins ... Himself

Johnny Knoxville ... Himself
David Marsh ... Himself

Jeff Tremaine ... Himself

Episode dated 27 November 2006

27 November 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

David Bowers ... Himself

Tim Burton ... Himself

Alice Eve ... Herself

Sam Fell ... Himself

Will Ferrell ... Himself
Zach Helm ... Himself

Dustin Hoffman ... Himself

Hugh Jackman ... Himself

John Cameron Mitchell ... Himself

Simon Pegg ... Himself

David Schwimmer ... Himself

Emma Thompson ... Herself

Episode dated 4 December 2006

4 December 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jack Black ... Himself

Cameron Diaz ... Herself
Harvey Goldsmith ... Himself

Alejandro G. Iñárritu ... Himself (as Alejandro González Iñárritu)

Jude Law ... Himself

Shawn Levy ... Himself
Kishore Lulla ... Himself

Nancy Meyers ... Herself

George Miller ... Himself

Jag Mundhra ... Himself

Brittany Murphy ... Herself
Avatar Panesar ... Himself

Robin Williams ... Himself

Kate Winslet ... Herself

Elijah Wood ... Himself

Episode dated 11 December 2006

11 December 2006


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jeremy Irons ... Himself
John Lahr ... Himself

Lorna Luft ... Herself

Paula Patton ... Herself

Tony Scott ... Himself

Ed Speleers ... Himself

Denzel Washington ... Himself

Episode dated 8 January 2007

8 January 2007


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Alicia Keys ... Herself

Kevin Macdonald ... Himself

James McAvoy ... Himself

Jeremy Piven ... Himself

Will Smith ... Himself

Forest Whitaker ... Himself

Episode dated 15 January 2007

15 January 2007


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Sandra Bullock ... Herself

Geraldine Hughes ... Herself

Alejandro G. Iñárritu ... Himself (as Alejandro González Iñárritu)

Toby Jones ... Himself

Douglas McGrath ... Himself

Sylvester Stallone ... Himself

Antonio Tarver ... Himself

Paul Verhoeven ... Himself

Episode dated 22 January 2007

22 January 2007


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Leonardo DiCaprio ... Himself

Emilio Estevez ... Himself
Dana Harris ... Herself

Leslie Phillips ... Himself

Christian Slater ... Himself
Elizabeth Snead ... Herself

Harvey Weinstein ... Himself (archive footage)
Murray Weissman ... Himself

Rachel Weisz ... Herself

Edward Zwick ... Himself

Episode dated 29 January 2007

29 January 2007


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Annette Bening ... Herself

Cate Blanchett ... Herself

Bill Condon ... Himself

Brian Cox ... Himself

Timothy Dalton ... Himself

Judi Dench ... Herself (archive footage)

Joseph Fiennes ... Himself

Nick Frost ... Himself

Danny Glover ... Himself

Jennifer Hudson ... Herself

Beyoncé Knowles ... Herself

Patrick Marber ... Himself

Ryan Murphy ... Himself

Simon Pegg ... Himself

Andrew Simpson ... Himself

Edgar Wright ... Himself

Episode dated 5 February 2007

5 February 2007


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Richard Attenborough ... Himself

Drew Barrymore ... Herself

Steve Buscemi ... Himself

Ricky Gervais ... Himself

Hugh Grant ... Himself

Christopher Guest ... Himself

Eugene Levy ... Himself

Catherine O'Hara ... Herself

Julia Roberts ... Herself

Harry Shearer ... Himself

Gaspard Ulliel ... Himself

Peter Webber ... Himself

Oprah Winfrey ... Herself

Episode dated 12 March 2007

12 March 2007

Episode dated 15 January 2008

15 January 2008


Gemma Arterton ... Herself

Javier Bardem ... Himself

Matt Besser ... Himself

Jack Black ... Himself
Matthew Chambers ... Himself

Mackenzie Crook ... Himself

Martin Freeman ... Himself

Vicky Jewson ... Herself

Tommy Lee Jones ... Himself

Kelly Macdonald ... Herself

Tim Meadows ... Himself

Colm Meaney ... Himself

Chris Parnell ... Himself

John C. Reilly ... Himself

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Imelda Staunton ... Herself

Colin Strause ... Himself

Greg Strause ... Himself

Naomi Watts ... Herself

Episode dated 22 January 2008

22 January 2008


Helena Bonham Carter ... Herself

Tim Burton ... Himself

Johnny Depp ... Himself

Emily Osment ... Herself

Alan Rickman ... Himself

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Brenda Song ... Herself

Episode dated 19 February 2008

19 February 2008


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Michel Gondry ... Himself

Richard E. Grant ... Himself

Jack Huston ... Himself

John Irvin ... Himself
Ben Morris ... Himself

Caterina Murino ... Herself

Sylvester Stallone ... Himself

Mena Suvari ... Herself

Suzie Templeton ... Herself

Episode dated 26 February 2008

26 February 2008


Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter
Ian Rankin ... Himself

Jason Statham ... Himself

Episode dated 23 September 2008

23 September 2008


Paul W.S. Anderson ... Himself

Jon Avnet ... Himself

Roger Corman ... Himself

Kevin Costner ... Himself

Robert De Niro ... Himself - Interviewee

Bruce Dern ... Himself

Kelsey Grammer ... Himself

Gale Anne Hurd ... Herself

Natalie Martinez ... Herself

Ian McShane ... Himself

Al Pacino ... Himself

Simon Pegg ... Himself

Talia Shire ... Herself

Jason Statham ... Himself

Joshua Michael Stern ... Himself

Robert B. Weide ... Himself

Stephen Woolley ... Himself

Episode dated 3 March 2009

3 March 2009
Jonathan Ross reviews Watchmen, the long-awaited adaptation of the best-selling graphic novel by Alan Moore, along with historical pageant The Young Victoria, indie drama Wendy and Lucy, and wartime thriller Flame & Citron. There is a report on the skills of the Foley artist and sound designer and a news item on the 15th Bradford International Film Festival. Ross also previews Hush, The Damned United and Is Anybody There?

Zack Snyder ... Himself - Interviewee

Jackie Earle Haley ... Himself - Interviewee

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Himself - Interviewee

Carla Gugino ... Herself - Interviewee

Patrick Wilson ... Himself - Interviewee

Malin Akerman ... Herself - Interviewee

Billy Crudup ... Himself - Interviewee

Matthew Goode ... Himself - Interviewee
Robin Harlan ... Herself - Interviewee
Sarah Monat ... Herself - Interviewee

Ben Burtt ... Himself - Interviewee

Emily Blunt ... Herself - Interviewee

Rupert Friend ... Himself - Interviewee

Sarah Ferguson ... Herself - Interviewee

Julian Fellowes ... Himself - Interviewee
Mark Tonderai ... Himself - Interviewee
Tony Earnshaw ... Himself - Interviewee

Thure Lindhardt ... Himself - Interviewee

Ole Christian Madsen ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 10 March 2009

10 March 2009
Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson discuss their roles in their new film Marley and Me, with behind the scenes footage of Rupert Grint, Robert Sheehan and Kimberley Nixon on the set of their new film Cherrybomb.

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 13 October 2010

13 October 2010

Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host

Episode dated 27 October 2010

27 October 2010


Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Rafi Pitts ... Himself

Episode dated 3 November 2010

3 November 2010
Includes an examination of Steve McQueen's enduring legend.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Jim Broadbent ... Himself

Alejandro G. Iñárritu ... Himself (as Alejandro González Iñárritu)

Mike Leigh ... Himself

Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Lesley Manville ... Herself
Barbara Minty ... Herself (as Barbara McQueen)

Rafi Pitts ... Himself

Ruth Sheen ... Herself

Marshall Terrill ... Himself

Episode dated 17 November 2010

17 November 2010

Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host

Episode dated 8 December 2010

8 December 2010

Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host

Episode dated 15 December 2010

15 December 2010

Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Charlie Lyne ... Himself - Reporter

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host

Episode dated 12 January 2011

12 January 2011


Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 19 January 2011

19 January 2011
Reviews of Morning Glory, Black Swan, Neds and Get Low.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 26 January 2011

26 January 2011
Disney give Rapunzel a make over in Tangled 3D, and Clint Eastwood returns to the director's chair for Hereafter, written by Peter Morgan and starring Matt Damon. Also reviews of Biutiful and Barney's Version. There is also a look at the Oscar nominations and an interview with Aaron Sorkin.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 1 February 2011

1 February 2011
There are reviews of Rowan Joffe's remake of Brighton Rock, plus The Fighter, starring Mark Wahlberg and Amy Adams, Sanctum 3D, and Nicole Kidman's new film Rabbit Hole. Also a look at the making of Silence of the Lambs, on it's 20th anniversary. Nick Frost answers questions in the Film 2011 Questionnaire.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 9 February 2011

9 February 2011
There are reviews of the Coen Brothers' remake of True Grit, Simon Pegg & Nick Frost in Paul, and Keira Knightley & Carey Mulligan in Never Let Me Go. There is a look this year's awards season and Sharlto Copley answers the Film 2011 Questionaire.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 16 February 2011

16 February 2011
Reviews of No Strings Attached, documentary Inside Job, Howl, and Confessions. There is also a chat with Harry Potter producer David Heyman and a look at on and off screen love affairs.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 23 February 2011

23 February 2011
There are reviews of The Rite, Animal Kingdom, and West is West. Plus there is a look at this years Oscar ceremony and the main nominations.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 2 March 2011

2 March 2011
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt star in Sci-Fi thriller The Adjustment Bureau. Also reviews of Archipelago, The Tempest with Helen Mirren as Prospera, and Ironclad. Plus a chat with Joe Cornish about his movie Attack the Block.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Joe Cornish ... Himself - Guest

Episode dated 9 March 2011

9 March 2011
There are reviews of Battle Los Angeles, Fair Game with Sean Penn and Naomi Watts, the Farrelly Brothers new film Hall Pass, Ben Affleck in The Company Men, and Norwegian Wood. Plus there is a look at the subculture of the 'Midnight Movie'.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 16 March 2011

16 March 2011
In the last of the current run there are reviews of Woody Allen's You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, Ken Loach's Route Irish, and Submarine. Plus a look at this year's summer movies.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 19 October 2011

19 October 2011
Reviews of Steven Soderbergh's Contagion; Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson's The Adventures of Tintin; The Help; and Tilda Swinton in We Need to Talk About Kevin.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 25 October 2011

25 October 2011
Claude and Danny review George Clooney's new film The Ides Of March; Anonymous; girl gang movie Sket; and Miss Bala; plus a look at Top Gun for it's 25th anniversary.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 2 November 2011

2 November 2011
There are reviews of Tower Heist, the US set remake of Straw Dogs, Phillip Seymour Hoffman's directorial debut Jack Goes Boating, Weekend, & The Future. Plus a look at the two 1971 movies Straw Dogs and A Clockwork Orange, & MGM Musicals.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
David Benedict ... Himself - Guest
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest

Episode dated 9 November 2011

9 November 2011
There are reviews of Rum Diary, British ghost story The Awakening; a new adaptation of Wuthering Heights, Arthur Christmas plus a look at Sightseers. Guest Grace Dent helps review documentaries Tabloid and The British Guide to Showing Off.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Grace Dent ... Herself - Guest

Episode dated 16 November 2011

16 November 2011
There is a celebration of the show's 40th anniversary with Jonathan Ross & Barry Norman plus reviews of Breaking Dawn, Take Shelter, Snowtown, and Justice.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tom Brook ... Himself - 40th birthday item

Terry Gilliam ... Himself - 40th birthday item

Paul Greengrass ... Himself - 40th birthday item

Tom Hiddleston ... Himself
Iain Johnstone ... Himself - 40th birthday item (also archive footage)

Barry Norman ... Himself - 40th birthday item (also archive footage)

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - 40th birthday item (also archive footage)

Steven Spielberg ... Himself (also archive footage)

Kristen Stewart ... Herself
Bruce Thompson ... Himself - 40th birthday item

Episode dated 23 November 2011

23 November 2011
There are reviews of Brad Pitt's Moneyball, The Deep Blue Sea, cancer comedy 50/50, and war film Resistance. There's a look at the career of Cary Grant & Chris Hewitt lists his top five sports films.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Episode dated 30 November 2011

30 November 2011
There are reviews of prequel The Thing, Romantics Anonymous, Bird Watching comedy The Big Year, Happy Feet 2, & We Have a Pope. Catherine Bray gives her top 5 John Carpenter moments, plus a look at the films of Ken Russell.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Xan Brookes ... Himself

Episode dated 7 December 2011

7 December 2011
There are reviews of New Year's Eve, Dreams of a Life, Another Earth, and Antonio Banderas in Puss in Boots 3D. Terry Gilliam talks about the making of his masterpiece Brazil & there is an interview with David Fincher.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

David Fincher ... Himself

Terry Gilliam ... Himself

Episode dated 14 December 2011

14 December 2011
There are reviews of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, the US remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, plus a look at films to be released in the UK over the next month.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself
Chris Hewitt ... Himself
Antonia Quirke ... Herself

Episode dated 11 January 2012

11 January 2012
There is chat with Steven Spielberg, plus reviews of War Horse, Shame, Margin Call & A Useful Life. Also Top 5 addictions, 'CGI: good or bad?', and Tom Hooper's 'Questionnaire'.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Tom Hooper ... Himself

Carey Mulligan ... Herself
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Steven Spielberg ... Himself

Episode dated 18 January 2012

18 January 2012
There are reviews J Edgar, Coriolanus, W.E., directed by Madonna, and Haywire. Plus Chris Hewitt's top 5 Movie Speeches, Catherine Bray celebrates the 25th anniversary of Fatal Attraction, & Terence Davies talks Distant Voices, Still Lives.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

Terence Davies ... Himself - Interviewee
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 25 January 2012

25 January 2012
There are reviews of The Descendants, Man on a Ledge, Like Crazy, & Bombay Beach. Danny talks to David Cronenberg, & Catherine Bray runs down her top 5 Dysfunctional Families. Richard Curtis answers the Questionaire.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

David Cronenberg ... Himself

Richard Curtis ... Himself

Episode dated 1 February 2012

1 February 2012
Jodie Foster & Kate Winslet star in Carnage, Charlize Theron stars in Young Adult, and Elizabeth Olsen in thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene. Plus Chronicle, Top 5 Dickensian moments, & Kermit and Miss Piggy answer the Questionnaire.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 8 February 2012

8 February 2012
There are reviews of The Muppets, new Hammer film The Woman in Black, David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, and The Vow. Plus Top 5 Scary Moments, a look at upcoming talent, and John Madden talks about 'Shakespeare in Love'.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

Olivia Colman ... Herself

Gareth Evans ... Himself
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

John Madden ... Himself
Urszula Pontikos ... Herself (as Ula Pontikos)
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 15 February 2012

15 February 2012
There are reviews of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Safe House, Red Dog, & The Woman in the Fifth. Plus Catherine Bray's Top 5 Chat Up Lines, & the 40th anniversary of Cabaret.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 22 February 2012

22 February 2012
There are reviews of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel with Judi Dench, Rampart, and Antonio Banderas in Black Gold. Plus top 6 Oscar Travesties & a look at this years Oscar ceremony.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 29 February 2012

29 February 2012
Reviews of This Means War, Project X, Wanderlust, and Carancho. Plus top 5 Teenagers, Charlie Higson looks at James Bond, and Edgar Wright looks at Shaun of the Dead.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Charlie Higson ... Himself - Reporter

Edgar Wright ... Himself

Episode dated 7 March 2012

7 March 2012
There are reviews of John Carter, Bel Ami, The Raven, and Trishna. Plus top 5 'Love Rats', a look at the 25th year of Blue Velvet, and 'Andrew Stanton' looks at Wall-E.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Andrew Stanton ... Himself

Episode dated 14 March 2012

14 March 2012
There are reviews of 21 Jump Street, Mark Wahlberg in Contraband, We Bought a Zoo, and Once Upon a Time in Anatolia. Plus Top 5 Teachers, a look at this summers Comic Book movies, and Olivia Williams answers the Questionaire.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Olivia Williams ... Herself

Episode dated 20 March 2012

20 March 2012
There are reviews of The Hunger Games, The Pirates!, Wild Bill, and The Kid With a Bike. Plus top Blockbuster moments, a look at movies coming up over the next few months, and Terry Jones looks at Life of Brian.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Terry Jones ... Himself
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 15 November 2012

15 November 2012
Reviews of Twilight: Breaking Dawn Pt 2, Amour, Gambit, and The Master. Plus the top 5 Cult Leaders.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 21 November 2012

21 November 2012
Reviews of End of Watch, Silver Linings Playbook, Nativity 2 and The House I Live In. Plus a look at Top 5 Cop Duos.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 27 November 2012

27 November 2012
There are reviews of Trouble with the Curve, Sightseers, Mike Newell's Great Expectations, and The Hunt. Plus top Five Road Movies.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 5 December 2012

5 December 2012
Reviews of Celeste & Jesse Forever, Seven Psychopaths, Love Crime, and I, Anna. Plus Top Five Movie Psychopaths.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 12 December 2012

12 December 2012
Reviews of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Smashed and West of Memphis. Plus Top 5 Femme Fatales and an interview with Ang Lee.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Ang Lee ... Himself - Interviewee
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 19 December 2012

19 December 2012
In the last show of 2012, there are reviews of Life of Pi, Jack Reacher, Midnight's Children, and a look ahead to The Impossible, The Sessions, Cloud Atlas, Quartet, Django Unchained, Hitchcock, and Les Miserables.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 9 January 2013

9 January 2013
Reviews of Les Miserables, Gangster Squad, and What Richard Did. Plus Top 5 Scene Stealers and an interview with Quentin Tarantino.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Quentin Tarantino ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 16 January 2013

16 January 2013
There are reviews of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, The Sessions, The Wee Man, and Jennifer Lynch's Chained. Plus Top 5 Shoot Outs.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 23 January 2013

23 January 2013
There are reviews of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty, and The Last Stand. Plus Top 5 Movie Mothers with 'Catherine Bray (III)'.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 29 January 2013

29 January 2013
There are reviews of Denzel Washington's Flight, Hyde Park on Hudson, Sylvester Stallone in Bullet to the Head, and horror Antiviral. Plus the Top 5 Movie Drunks.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 6 February 2013

6 February 2013
There are reviews of Hitchcock with Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, I Give it a Year, No, and Warm Bodies. Plus Chris Hewitt's Top 5 Movie Biopics.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 13 February 2013

13 February 2013
There are reviews of A Good Day to Die Hard, This is 40, Cate Shortland's Lore, and documentary Side By Side. Plus Catherine Bray's Top 5 Movie Sequels.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter

Cate Shortland ... Herself

Episode dated 20 February 2013

20 February 2013
Claudia and Danny review Cloud Atlas, Terence Malick's To The Wonder, and Song for Marion. Plus there is a look ahead to the upcoming 85th Oscars ceremony.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Xan Brooks ... Himself - Guest
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest

Episode dated 27 February 2013

27 February 2013
In the last of the current short run there are reviews of Stoker, Broken City, Caesar Must Die, Arbitrage, plus a look at some of the films being released over the next few months.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Reporter
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Reporter
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 6 November 2013

6 November 2013
In the first of a new run there are reviews of Gravity, British horror In Fear, and documentary Seduced & Abandoned. Plus a chat with Steve Coogan about Philomena.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest Reviewer

Steve Coogan ... Himself - Interviewee
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 13 November 2013

13 November 2013
There are reviews of The Counsellor, Don Jon, Dom Hemingway, and Blue is the Warmest Colour.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest Reviewer

Episode dated 20 November 2013

20 November 2013
There are reviews of Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Parkland, Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer in The Family, Danny Dyer in Vendetta, and a quick look at Computer Chess.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Chris Hewitt ... Himself - Guest Reviewer

Episode dated 27 November 2013

27 November 2013
There are reviews of Saving Mr Banks, the remake of Carrie, and Jeune et Jolie, plus an interview with Nicolas Winding Refn.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Reviewer

Nicolas Winding Refn ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 3 December 2013

3 December 2013
There are reviews of Kill Your Darlings, Bruce Dern in Nebraska, Spike Lee's remake of Oldboy, and Homefront.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Kevin Maher ... Himself - Guest Reviewer

Episode dated 11 December 2013

11 December 2013
There are reviews of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, All is Lost, and Fill the Void. Plus Alan Parker looks back at Angel Heart.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Catherine Bray ... Herself - Guest Reviewer

Alan Parker ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 17 December 2013

17 December 2013
In the last of the current run there are reviews of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, plus an interview with Ben Stiller on his career and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Also a look at the films coming out over the next few weeks.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Camilla Long ... Herself - Guest Reviewer

Ben Stiller ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 21 January 2014

21 January 2014
Reviews of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014), Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), Grudge Match (2013), and documentary The Armstrong Lie (2013).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 30 January 2014

30 January 2014
There are reviews of Lone Survivor (2013), comedy That Awkward Moment (2014), and Out of the Furnace (2013). Plus Ralph Fiennes is interviewed about The Invisible Woman (2013) and his career.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Reporter
Tim Robey ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 5 February 2014

5 February 2014
Claudia, Danny and Peter talk about the life and films of Philip Seymour Hoffman, plus reviews of Dallas Buyers Club (2013), the reboot RoboCop (2014), The Invisible Woman (2013), and an interview with John Ridley about 12 Years a Slave (2013).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

John Ridley ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 11 February 2014

11 February 2014
There are reviews of George Clooney's The Monuments Men (2014), Cuban Fury (2014), computer romance Her (2013), plus French film Bastards (2013).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Xan Brooks ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 19 February 2014

19 February 2014
There are reviews of Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013) and Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (2013), Winter's Tale (2014), vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive (2013), and The Book Thief (2013).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Kevin Maher ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 26 February 2014

26 February 2014
There is a review on Non-Stop (2014), plus Danny Leigh interviews Wes Anderson. There is also a detailed look at the films vying for glory in the weekend's upcoming Oscar ceremony.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host

Wes Anderson ... Himself - Interviewee
Camilla Long ... Herself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 5 March 2014

5 March 2014
In the last edition of the latest run there are reviews of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), 300: Rise of an Empire (2014), and Under the Skin (2013/I). Plus there is a look ahead to the upcoming Spring and Summer movie releases.

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 5 November 2014

5 November 2014
With Claudia absent due to a family accident, Antonia Quirke takes over as host in the first of a new run. Featuring reviews of Interstellar (2014), Laggies (2014), The Skeleton Twins (2014), plus Benedict Cumberbatch is interviewed about The Imitation Game (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Peter Bradshaw ... Himself - Guest Critic

Benedict Cumberbatch ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 12 November 2014

12 November 2014
Antonia again stands in for Claudia, and the team review The Imitation Game (2014), The Drop (2014), Third Person (2013) and documentary Life Itself (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Tim Robey ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 19 November 2014

19 November 2014
Antonia, Danny and guest critic Camilla review The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014), The Homesman (2014), biopic Get on Up (2014) and My Old Lady (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Camilla Long ... Herself - Guest Critic

Tommy Lee Jones ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 26 November 2014

26 November 2014
Antonia and Danny review Paddington (2014), Horrible Bosses 2 (2014), and The Grandmaster (2013). Plus Antonia interviews Jude Law about his career and new film Black Sea (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Kevin Maher ... Himself - Guest Critic

Jude Law ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 2 December 2014

2 December 2014
There are reviews of Black Sea (2014), Men, Women and Children (2014), Get Santa (2014) and The Pyramid (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Ashley Clark ... Himself - Guest Critic

Episode dated 10 December 2014

10 December 2014
Antonia and Danny review The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014), Dumb and Dumber To (2014), and Danny talks to Ridley Scott about Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014).
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Robbie Collin ... Himself - Guest Critic

Ridley Scott ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 17 December 2014

17 December 2014
Claudia returns and in the final show of the year reviews The Theory of Everything (2014), Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), Into the Woods (2014) and Unbroken (2014/I).

Claudia Winkleman ... Herself - Host
Danny Leigh ... Himself - Co-Host
Antonia Quirke ... Herself - Guest Critic

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