Features film reviews, interviews and music composed or featured in film and other screen media

28th November

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  • John Dankworth & Harold Pinter: All Gone, Cleo Laine (vocals), The Servant
  • David Byrne: The Last Emperor
  • Leonard Cohen: The Partisan
  • Evgeny & Sacha Galperine: Daniel, Corpus Christi
  • Jim Williams: Possessor
  • Dickon Hinchliffe: Real Women, Misbehaviour
  • Michael Giacchino: Let Him Goverture, Let Him Go
  • Hans Zimmer & David Fleming: Rust, Hillbilly Elegy
  • Leo Brouwer: Like Water for Chocolate suite

  • 21st November

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  • Benjamin Britten: Act 2 Interlude, Billy Budd London SYmphony Orchestra
  • Dustin O'Halloran and Volker Bertelmann: Fossils, Ammonite
  • Richard Reed Parry: Symphony Brew: The Nest
  • Rebekka Karijord & Jon Ekstrand: Fridays for Future, I Am Greta
  • Volker Bertelmann: In Search of Summerland, Summerland
  • Martin Phipps: Fairytale, The Crown
  • Randy Newman: End Title Music, Awakenings
  • Tamta Mandzulashvili: Ra Lamazia Tusheti, And Then We Danced
  • Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross: Mank suite

  • 14th November

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    7th November

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    31st October

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  • Jonny Greenwood: Alethia, The Master
  • Michael Giacchino: Remembrance
  • Amanda Brown: Elegy, Babyteeth
  • Antony Partos: Animal Kingdom
  • Mark Isham: The Truth Sets You Free, Honest Thief
  • Nate Wonder and Roman Gian Arthur: Opening, Antebellum
  • Michael Andrews and Emilie Haynie: Wake Up Staten Island, The King of Staten Island
  • Franz Waxman: The Bride of Frankenstein
  • Christopher Willis: David's Writings, The Personal History of David Copperfield
  • Alexandre Desplat: Renoir End Credits
  • Anthony Willis: Dragon's Homecoming, How To Train Your Dragon - Homecoming

  • 24th October

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    17th October

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    10th October

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    3rd October

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