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13 Sep. 1974
Goodbye Mr. Clough
Austin Mitchell interviews Brian Clough, following his sacking from Leeds United after just 44 days in charge, as well as the man he replaced, Don Revie.
 
16 Oct. 1987
Episode dated 16 October 1987
A special programme looking at British Soap Operas, with a look at the 15th Anniversary of 'Emmerdale Farm', featuring Behind The Scenes Footage and Interviews with Cast and Crew.
 
26 Jul. 2002
Episode dated 26 July 2002
Tony Earnshaw interviews Mike Myers for the UK release of Austin Powers in Goldmember.
 
4 Feb. 2003
Episode dated 4 February 2003
Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock discuss their new film Two Weeks Notice with Calendar film critic Tony Earnshaw.
 
7 Mar. 2003
Episode dated 7 March 2003
Oscar nominee Julianne Moore discusses her roles in The Hours and Far from Heaven with Calendar film critic Tony Earnshaw.
 
6 Oct. 2004
Episode dated 6 October 2004
The cast of Emmerdale films a sequence in a cave system for a dramatic episode in the long-running show. And both Gaynor Barnes and Tony Earnshaw sample the delights of Asian chefs in The Leeds Guide's annual curry awards in Leeds.
 
2 Feb. 2006
Episode dated 2 February 2006
A tribute to Yorkshire-born stuntman Roy Alon.
 
3 Mar. 2006
Episode dated 3 March 2006
Calendar reports from the opening night of the 12th Bradford Film Festival. Presenter Gaynor Barnes interviews guest of honor Malcolm McDowell.
 
13 Dec. 2007
Episode dated 13 December 2007
Yorkshire head teacher urges parents to boycott "anti-Christian" movie The Golden Compass. Film critic Tony Earnshaw discusses the film and the controversy surrounding it.
 
28 Aug. 2008
Episode dated 28 August 2008
Author Tony Earnshaw discusses his new book Made in Yorkshire, which focuses on 120 years on movie-making in the county of Yorkshire.
 
12 Jun. 2009
Episode dated 12 June 2009
Yorkshire, England, celebrates as Bradford is named the world's first 'City of Film' following a decision to grant the title by UNESCO. Famous Bradfordians including Simon Beaufoy (the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Slumdog Millionaire) and film producer Steve Abbott (A Fish Called Wanda, Brassed Off)give their views.
 
25 Mar. 2010
Episode dated 25 March 2010
Writer/director Chris Morris unveils his latest film, Four Lions, prior to its UK premiere at the 16th Bradford International Film Festival. With producer Mark Herbert and festival director Tony Earnshaw.
 
20 Mar. 2011
Episode dated 20 March 2011
Visionary filmmaker Terry Gilliam talks about receiving the Fellowship Award from the 17th annual Bradford International Film Festival and is filmed during an onstage interview with festival director Tony Earnshaw.
 
29 Jun. 2011
Episode dated 29 June 2011
A rare 16mm print of the 1945 documentary featurette "We of the West Riding", made by the Beverley-born filmmaker Ken Annakin (1914 - 2009), is donated by his widow to the UK's National Media Museum by his widow, Pauline. Reporter Lisa Adlam speaks to Mrs. Annakin and to 70-year-old Pat Hillam who, as a four-year-old, appeared briefly in the film. Film historian Tony Earnshaw places the film in context.
 

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