Pop quiz. Team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus are joined by guest host Frankie Boyle plus guest panellists Michelle Williams, Goldie, Professor Green and Miles Jupp.
A theatre director's artistic life is boosted by a grant. But his relationships and existence become the subject of, and contaminated by, his work. Philip Seymour Hoffman stars. Show more
Horror. Twenty years after the events of the original film, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) relives her worst nightmare as her murderous brother, presumed dead, tracks her down. Show more
Sci-fi horror about a half-human, half-alien female mutant who escapes from a government laboratory and attempts to prolong the life of her species by mating with a human. Show more
Critically acclaimed film in which a man inherits a train depot in New Jersey and moves to the tiny town in order to start his life over again. Starring Peter Dinklage. Show more
Fantasy prequel. A brash showman is abruptly transported to Oz, where witch Theodora believes him to be the great wizard prophecy says will save the land. Show more
An addition to the long-running slasher franchise in which the first film's victim is still tormented by her experiences of twenty years before and faces her nemesis again. Show more
Drama. A trio of stories set respectively in 1961, 1972 and 2001 examining the changing circumstances of lesbians in America.
France, 1940. In the first days of the occupation, Lucile Angellier is living in a small quiet town with her mother-in-law as they await news of her husband, a prisoner of war. Show more
Drama about two girls growing up in England in the 1970s and 80s. The girls have been best friends throughout childhood, but when they go to college, they begin to drift apart. Show more
Critically acclaimed drama. When the death of his brother leads him to become his teenage nephew's legal guardian, a loner is forced to confront a tragedy from the past. Show more
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. Show more
As Fosse struggles with the editing of the film Cabaret, he has also taken on the direction of a new musical Pippin. Gwen is thrilled to be offered her first straight Broadway play. Show more
Fosse is too nervous to attend the premiere of Cabaret and is woken the next morning by his friend Paddy with the reviews. Gwen is struggling with her first straight play, Children, Children. Show more
Three months after checking himself out of a psychiatric clinic, Bob hires a weekend house in the country to help comfort the recently bereaved Neil Simon. Show more
The stress is beginning to get to Bob as the editing of Lenny overlaps with the preparations for the start of Chicago. Show more
The rehearsals for Chicago are finally underway, with Bob out of hospital and Gwen raring to go. Show more
Exploring the partnership of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, beginning in 1966 with Fosse directing the film Sweet Charity, starring Shirley MacLaine in the role made famous by Bob's wife Gwen on Broadway.
Gwen is in Majorca with Joan to reflect on her relationship with Bob, who she has caught being unfaithful. She reflects on how she met Fosse during the show Damn Yankees when he asked to audition her. Show more