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Phill Jupitus celebrates the 60th anniversary of Batman. He talks to Adam West , who portrayed the Caped Crusader on television in the sixties, and to cult comic authors
Frank Miller and Grant Morrison , as well as looking at the fans, films, music and the bizarre world of American superheroes. Producer Julian Carey
Film critic Mark Kermode continues the series in which eminent movie-makers talk about their life's work. In this evening's programme,
Kenneth Branagh talks about Hamlet, Frankenstein and the art of making movies.
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