A film and poetry special with Robin Robertson and Hannah Sullivan. And in a radio exclusive, Sheila Atim and Toby Jones perform Bob Dylan’s Brownsville Girl.
With Antonia Quirke.
Indie darlings Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck reveal why they decided to make a blockbuster movie, Captain Marvel.
In the latest instalment of his series on movie scores that were last minute replacements, Neil Brand takes us behind the scenes of Chinatown.
In a new series of Pitch Battle, The Film Programme asks writers to nominate a novel that should be adapted for screen but hasn't yet received the movie treatment. Poet Bridget Minamore is the first contender and her pitch is heard by film industry insiders Clare Binns of Picturehouse, development consultant Rowan Woods and Lizzie Francke of the BFI
Moving Image: Deborah Haywood on Trainspotting
Director Deborah Haywood chooses Danny Boyle's Trainspotting and tells Francine how she came to first see it and love it.
Trainspotting producer Andrew Macdonald and "best baddie ever" Robert Carlyle join the conversation to reveal how Irvine Welsh's book became the iconic film.
Main image: Rob Baker Ashton
Antonia Quirke and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh embark on a pilgrimage to Dungeness to pay their respects to film-maker Derek Jarman on the 25th anniversary of his death. Along the way, they hear from colleagues of the artist and activist, like actor and director Dexter Fletcher, costume designer Sandy Powell and composer Simon Fisher Turner.
Rosamund Pike, Barry Jenkins
With Antonia Quirke.
Rosamund Pike reveals the lengths she went to in order to play the legendary war reporter Marie Colvin in A Private War.
Oscar winning director Barry Jenkins discusses If Beale Street Could Talk, his follow-up to Moonlight and explains what the two films have in common.
Neil Brand recounts the fight over war movie Battle Of Britain, when Sir William Walton's score was replaced at the last minute. And how he only found out when he read it in a newspaper.
On the podcast, historian Ian Christie tells us about Robert Paul, the film pioneer who made Muswell Hill the centre of the movie universe for a brief moment.