Next Episode of Discovering Film is
Season 14 / Episode 7 and airs on 09 December 2021 20:00
The story of some of the biggest stars of the silver screen and a look back at their careers in film.
A fascinating look at the life and career of actor, philanthropist and racing driver Paul Newman, who won an Oscar for his performance in the 1986 film The Color of Money.
The fascinating and troubling story of film actress and sex symbol Lana Turner, who got her big break in 1937 when she was spotted sipping a soda in a Hollywood cafe.
A look at the fascinating life story of 50s Hollywood heart-throb Tony Curtis, who starred in films such as Houdini, Some Like It Hot, The Defiant Ones and Spartacus.
Eye-opening profile of Hollywood icon Doris Day, who starred in a series of popular film musicals, including Calamity Jane (1953) and The Pajama Game (1957).
Film critics discuss the remarkable life and swashbuckling career of Errol Flynn, who became a Hollywood star with films such as The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938). (
Leading film critics look at the life and career of Sidney Poitier who, in 1964, became the first black Academy Award winner for Best Actor.
Leading film critics discuss the life and career of Steve McQueen, who starred in films such as The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, Bullit and The Getaway.
A look at the life and career of actress Maureen O'Hara. Born in Ranelagh, Ireland, in 1920, she starred in Hollywood classics Miracle on 34th Street and The Parent Trap.
A look at the career of Edward G Robinson, who played a range of film roles, from a gangster in Little Caesar (1931) to an Israelite in The Ten Commandments (
A fascinating look at the life and career of two-time Oscar winner Jack Lemmon, who was known for his roles in films such as Some Like it Hot and The Odd Couple.
A look back at the career of Claudette Colbert, the French-born American actress who won the Academy Award for Best Actress in It Happened One Night (1934).
Film experts look back on the life and career of Rock Hudson, who was one of Hollywood's most iconic leading men up until his death in 1985 from an AIDS-related illness.
Film critics look back on the life and career of Groucho Marx, the American comedian and actor who made 13 feature films with his four siblings, the Marx Brothers.
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