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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones; Renee Fleming; Billie Whitelaw remembered

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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones on The Theory of Everything.

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones on The Theory of Everything, soprano Renee Fleming on her new album, Billie Whitelaw remembered, and the dark side of Christmas films.

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones talk to John Wilson about their new film The Theory of Everything about the physicist Stephen Hawking; soprano Renée Fleming on her new album Christmas in New York; Billie Whitelaw remembered by former theatre critic Benedict Nightingale; and Adam Smith considers the dark side of Christmas films.

Producer Jerome Weatherald.

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Presenter
John Wilson
Interviewed Guest
Eddie Redmayne
Interviewed Guest
Felicity Jones
Interviewed Guest
Renee Fleming
Interviewed Guest
Adam Smith
Interviewed Guest
Benedict Nightingale
Producer
Jerome Weatherald

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People of the Year - Part Two

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John Wilson with those in the arts who made the headlines in 2014.

John Wilson with guests including Benedict Cumberbatch, Emma Thompson, Sam Smith and Dolly Parton.

In the second programme celebrating the arts highlights from 2014, John Wilson hears from Benedict Cumberbatch, Timothy Spall, Keira Knightley and Eddie Redmayne as they discuss the challenges of playing real life figures in film. Dolly Parton, Joan Baez, Iggy Pop and Emma Thompson talk about the impact of age on their chosen careers as Daria Klimentova explains why she decided to retire from the world of ballet. Michael Sheen discusses his passion for Dylan Thomas in this anniversary year, and Simon Schama and Hilary Spurling enthuse about Rembrandt and Matisse. And pop newcomers, Sam Smith and Young Fathers reflect on their successes over the last year.

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Presenter
John Wilson
Interviewed Guest
Benedict Cumberbatch
Interviewed Guest
Timothy Spall
Interviewed Guest
Keira Knightley
Interviewed Guest
Eddie Redmayne
Interviewed Guest
Dolly Parton
Interviewed Guest
Joan Baez
Interviewed Guest
undefined Iggy Pop
Interviewed Guest
Emma Thompson
Interviewed Guest
Daria Klimentova
Interviewed Guest
Michael Sheen
Interviewed Guest
Simon Schama
Interviewed Guest
Hilary Spurling
Interviewed Guest
Sam Smith
Interviewed Guest
undefined Young Fathers

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Oscar Nominations Special

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News of the nominations for the 2015 Oscars. Presented by John Wilson.

News of the nominations for the 2015 Oscars, including interviews with nominees and analysis of the runners and riders. Presented by John Wilson.

John Wilson reports on the nominations for this year's Oscars which were announced today.

Including interviews with British nominees Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and Rosamund Pike as well as analysis from critic Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and predictions for which films and actors will triumph on the night.

Credits

Presenter
John Wilson
Interviewed Guest
Eddie Redmayne
Interviewed Guest
Felicity Jones
Interviewed Guest
Alexandre Desplat
Interviewed Guest
Larushka Ivan-Zadeh
Producer
Timothy Prosser

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The Film Programme

Eddie Redmayne

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Presented by Francine Stock. Eddie Redmayne discusses The Danish Girl.

With Francine Stock. Eddie Redmayne reveals the research he undertook for The Danish Girl, a new drama about transgender pioneer Lili Elbe.

With Francine Stock.

Eddie Redmayne reveals the research he undertook for The Danish Girl, a new drama about transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, and what he observed about women's body language.

Celia Johnson's daughter Lucy Fleming talks about her coda to Brief Encounter, written exclusively for The Film Programme.

Borgen writer Tobias Lindholm discusses A War, his new thriller about Danish troops serving in Afghanistan, and why that conflict has defined his generation in Denmark.

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Presenter
Francine Stock
Interviewed Guest
Eddie Redmayne
Interviewed Guest
Lucy Fleming
Interviewed Guest
Tobias Lindholm
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Eddie Redmayne stars as an assistant who worked with Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams).

The tale of a young film studio assistant's brief relationship with screen goddess Marilyn Monroe, set against a backdrop of the making of The Prince and the Showgirl.

It is 1956 and The Prince and the Showgirl is being made at Pinewood Studios in London, directed by and starring Laurence Olivier, who has recruited one of the biggest Hollywood stars of all time, Marilyn Monroe, to co-star with him.

Colin Clark, a junior assistant on the production, is assigned the job of looking after Marilyn and keeps a journal about the week he spent with her. It proves to be a turbulent experience as Marilyn is going through marital problems with her husband and uses Colin as a much-needed sounding board for all her pent-up neurosis.

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Director
Simon Curtis
Marilyn Monroe
Michelle Williams
Colin Clark
Eddie Redmayne
Laurence Olivier
Kenneth Branagh
Vivien Leigh
Julia Ormond
Dame Sybil Thorndike
Judi Dench
Paula Strasberg
Zoe Wanamaker
Sir Owen Morshead
Derek Jacobi
Barry
Jim Carter
Arthur Jacobs
Toby Jones
Arthur Miller
Dougray Scott
Sir Kenneth Clark
Pip Torrens
Lady Jane Clark
Geraldine Somerville
Lucy
Emma Watson
Author
Ruth Fowler
Writer
Adrian Hodges

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