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Originally shown as part of BBC4's "Genius of Cinema" season. In this series of one-on-one interviews actors and directors talk about their careers with fellow artists and contemporaries.
At the BFI Southbank, Julie Walters discusses her movie career, from the song and dance of Mamma Mia! to the tragicomedy of Calendar Girls via a role in the Harry Potter series.
At the BFI Southbank, Ken Loach talks about a career dedicated to documenting social and political injustice, the importance of artistic collaboration, and the humour in his films.
In conversation at the BFI Southbank, Judi Dench looks back at highlights of an extraordinary career on film, a journey that is still taking her to new heights.
In a special programme recorded in front of a live audience, two of Britain's best-known and most popular poets, Simon Armitage and Tony Harrison, discuss their craft and careers.
Richard Eyre and Ronald Harwood discuss Harwood's career as a writer of plays and screenplays including The Dresser, Taking Sides, Collaboration, Quartet, and The Pianist.
Sue MacGregor talks to Antony Sher and Greg Doran about their stage work together and their passion for Shakespeare. Over the last two decades they have collaborated on ten shows.
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