On the anniversary of his birthday, Kenneth More is remembered by his wife Angela Douglas and Nick Pourgourides, the founder of the official site dedicated to the movies of the actor who was the highest paid star in Britain in the late 50s.
Writer/director Shola Amoo discusses his semi-autobiographical drama The Last Tree and how he realised his dream of filming in Nigeria.
Dominic Guard, the child star of The Go-Between talks about the connection between the film and his later career as a psychotherapist
With Antonia Quirke
John Schlesinger's partner Michael Childers takes us behind the scenes of Midnight Cowboy and reveals how he persuaded Andy Warhol to take part and the shocking reason why the artist was not in the finished film.
Julian Fellowes talks about his big screen adaptation of Downton Abbey and why all his scripts have to meet his wife's approval before they are sent off.
Betty Balfour was one of the biggest stars of British cinema in the 1920, thanks largely to a series of films starring a character called Squibs. Pamela Hutchinson reveals
the sad facts of what happened to Betty, as one of her most popular movies, Love, Life And Laughter has been restored and returned to the big screen.
The secret life of the stills photographer
With Antonia Quirke
What exactly does a stills photographer do on a film set ? Keith Bernstein, whose CV includes American Sniper and Argo, reveals the secrets of his trade.
Director Edward Watts reveals how he worked with film-maker Waad Al-Khateab to shape the 500 hours of footage she had shot during the siege of Aleppo into a 100 minute documentary called For Sama, that's won awards across the world.
Neil Brand reveals the original score for Love Story, and why Francis Lai was brought on board after Burt Bacharach and then Jimmy Webb had been sacked.
Mark Jenkin on Derek Jarman's The Garden
With Francine Stock
Mark Jenkin talks about the influence of Derek Jarman's home-made movie The Garden on his DIY film Bait, which is released this week.
Where to Begin With... Pedro Almodovar
With Raifa Rafiq
Raifa Rafiq, of the Mostly Lit podcast, hosts three summer specials called Where To Begin With...
In the third edition, she enlists the help of critics Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Tim Robey to find out where she should begin with the films of Pedro Almodovar, whose autobiographical drama Pain And Glory is released this month.