Alan Bennett-penned monologue in which Maggie Smith plays the vicar's wife who finds a vision of God at the local off-licence.
Period drama. Two sisters (Judi Dench and Maggie Smith) befriend a man who they find washed up on the beach of their 1930s Cornish village. Directed by Charles Dance. Show more
Inheriting a Paris apartment, Mathias 'Jim' Gold arrives to find the place comes with strings attached - tenant-for-life Mathilde Girard and her daughter. Comical, poignant drama. Show more
Sylvia Syms presents rarely seen footage from the BBC archives that explores the life and career of one of Britain's best-loved actresses, Maggie Smith. Show more
In the time of legends, Perseus - mortal son of immortal Zeus - must face terrifying ordeals in his quest to win the heart and hand of fair Andromeda. Show more
Talk show. On Graham's sofa are Dame Maggie Smith, Alex Jennings, Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller. Justin Bieber performs his single What Do You Mean? Show more
Ensemble comedy drama. An opera star arrives at a performers' retirement home amidst fraught preparations for a fundraising concert. Her presence adds to the tension. Show more
Comedy sequel. Deloris Van Cartier, now a successful entertainer, is persuaded to become Sister Mary Clarence again in order to teach at an inner-city school. Show more
Alma Cullen's First World War drama about the mysterious disappearance of the Sandringham Company at Gallipoli in 1915, a loss which struck at the heart of the establishment.
Dramatised biography of the young Jane Austen, chronicling her romance with a young Irishman and how the experience came to have an influence on her writing. Anne Hathaway stars. Show more
David's idyllic childhood is brought to an end when his mother remarries and he is sent away to boarding school.
Now a young man about town, David is deeply in love with Dora Spenlow, the daughter of his employer, and he is intent on wooing her.
David works in London as a clerk and lives at Mrs Crupp's house, who has made a promise to treat him like her own son.
David discovers that the evil Uriah Heep is to become a partner in Agnes' father's business - and the stage is set for a bitter battle.
In a sleepy old London house, an ageing writer reflects on her past. Only in talking to a young man, the building's concierge, can she confront her demons. Show more
In a live anniversary event, a cast of 100, including Benedict Cumberbatch and Dame Helen Mirren, performs scenes from 50 years of National Theatre productions. Show more
Adaptation of Tennessee Williams's classic play, A wealthy matriarch seeks out a neurosurgeon to help her niece erase the memory of a tragic event.
Tennessee Williams's 1959 play about a Southern matriarch who wants a neuro-surgeon to perform a lobotomy on her supposedly-mad niece, featuring the late Natasha Richardson. Show more
Graham presents a selection of highlights from this series, featuring Matt Damon, Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep, Dame Maggie Smith and Will Ferrell. Show more