The BBC's flagship cinema review television programme featuring reviews of new releases, news items and interviews. The title of the programme changes each year to incorporate the year of broadcast.
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 Himself - Presenter / ... 109 episodes, 1972-2015
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The BBC's flagship cinema review television programme featuring reviews of new releases, news items and interviews. The title of the programme changes each year to incorporate the year of broadcast.

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First broadcast in November 1971, but only in London and the South East of England. See more »

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On 16 January 2006, Michael Caine's name appears as "Sir Michael Caine (God bless you Sir)". See more »

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Featured in Screenwipe: Episode #3.3 (2007) See more »

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I Wish I Knew How It Felt To Be Free
Written and Performed by Billy Taylor
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7/10 with Barry Norman. 10/10 with Jonathan Ross.
15 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

This has always been a good show. Barry Norman was informative, but I found I could not rely on his recommendations. If he said a film was bad that seemed to be a good indication that I might like it.

When Jonathan Ross took over I fully expected the show to take a turn for the worse because up until then I'd only seen Wossy playing the fool. However when it comes to Film, Jonathan clearly takes the subject very seriously and has such a professional delivery it's as if he becomes a different person.

Jonathan is very knowledgeable and passionate about film and gives useful and thorough reviews and behind the scenes info. Most importantly he makes recommendations you can rely on. If Jonathan says a film is good, you can bet it will be. Except maybe when it comes to Japanese monster movies ;)


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