The former Prime Minister is writing his memoirs, which have to be submitted for security clearance. It seems as though one chapter in the book will portray Jim in very bad light.
Cinema screens of the late fifties and sixties blazed with the shock of new cinema styles. In Europe names like Bertolucci, Godard, Pasolini Bergman, Polanski, Tarkovsky and Oshima gained familiarity. African and Indian cinema continued to rise and American films, such as Easy Rider, heralded a new dawn.
Sex and melodrama in the movies of the fifties: James Dean, On the Waterfront and glossy weepies. We travel to Egypt, India, China, Mexico, Britain and Japan to find that movies there were also full of rage and passion.
Week two in Hollywood for the six Aussie actors seeking fame and fortune. After The Carrie Diaries audition at Warner Bros, Alycia is asked to audition for an independent feature film, a thriller set in the Amish community.
Mark Cousins explores how the trauma of war led to more daring creations for cinema, focusing on the darkening of American film and the drama of the McCarthy years. Screenwriters Paul Schrader and Robert Towne discuss the era and Stanley Donen - director of Singin' in the Rain - talks about his career.
Derren Brown continues his odyssey beyond the end of the world, combining his customary inventive mix of thought-provoking entertainment with extraordinary psychological tricks and experiments. In this concluding episode, the unwitting participant continues his adventure in a post-apocalyptic world menaced by zombies.
Think Braveheart and you will undoubtedly picture Mel Gibson as William Wallace. The film, a cultural and political phenomenon, turned the Scottish Wars of Independence commander into a hero.
The coming of sound in the 1930s upends everything. We watch the birth of new types of film: screwball comedies, gangster pictures, horror films, westerns and musicals, and discover a master of most of them, Howard Hawks. Alfred Hitchcock hits his stride and French directors become masters of mood.
The 1920s were a golden age for world cinema. The programme visits Paris, Berlin, Moscow, Shanghai and Tokyo to explore the places where movie makers were pushing the boundaries of the medium.
Hollywood became a glittering entertainment industry with star directors like Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. But the gloss and fantasy was challenged by movie makers like Robert Flaherty, Eric Von Stroheim and Carl Theodor Dreyer, who wanted films to be more serious and mature. This was a battle for the soul of cinema. The result: some of the greatest movies ever made.
Hollywood is the worldwide epicentre of fame and ground zero for every actor's dreams. But it is also a city that is both tough and uncompromising. Ninety-eight percent of actors who go to Hollywood won't fulfil their dreams. Next Stop Hollywood charts all the excitement, frustrations, fears and tears of six Aussie actors as they compete for roles during the frenzied US TV pilot season.
Six years in the making, this 15-part series covers the film landscape from silent cinema to the modern day digital era.
The first of a two-part show, psychological illusionist Derren Brown unleashes his most audacious plan yet - to convince one person that the planet has been devastated by a catastrophic meteorite strike, that lethal, infected zombies now roam the land and he is one of a mere handful of survivors.
This program reveals the incredible real cases that inspired Steven Spielberg's 1998 epic. Explosive forensic science reveals the truth behind the film's most dramatic scenes.
The Government runs into financial crisis just as MP's and top civil servants are due for a pay rise.
Sir Humphrey tries to manoeuvre Dorothy, Jim's political adviser, out of her office.
Come behind the scenes of the first of three Hobbit movies from Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson. Shot in New Zealand, this movie is sure to follow in the success of Lord of the Rings. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits cinema's Boxing Day 2012.
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