As part of BBC Sound of Cinema, a special series of interviews with major names from the industry, providing a fascinating insight into how music works in film.
Sir Christopher Frayling
11:54Sir Christopher Frayling, academic and former head of the Arts Council, known for his expertise on spaghetti westerns, talks about the world of Ennio Morricone.
7:12Legendary British director Nicholas Roeg talks to Georgia Mann-Smith at his home in London. Responsible for such seminal films as Don’t Look Now, Performance and Bad Timing, Roeg talks about the use of music in his films including Pino Dinagio’s music for Don’t Look Now and John Barry’s score to Walkabout …
10:06Film professor Richard Dyer talks to Sean about the film music of Ennio Morricone and Nino Rota
12:32Prolific composer Howard Blake (the Snowman, Flash Gordon) on starting out as a cinema projectionist and writing for film
Cinema Organs: Richard Hills
12:27Organist Richard Hills talks to Georgia Mann about the history and use of the cinema organ and demonstrates using the organ at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith.
Raj and Pablo
8:47BBC Asian Network presenters and film experts, Raj and Pablo discuss the music of Bollywood and Indian cinema.
Sound of Cinema Results Concert
1:04:57Robert Ziegler conducts from Air Studios, London.Presented by Katie Derham.The top twenty pieces of film music chosen by radio presenters and played in the order voted for by listeners.
London Symphony Orchestra
12:33The London Symphony Orchestra has recorded music for some legendary films - musicians Maxine Kwok-Adams, Neil Percy and Robert Bourton give us a glimpse behind the scenes at their recording session.
7:40Oscar-winning composer Rachel Portman talks to Suzy Klein about her career, collaborations with great directors, and how she'd like to work with Martin Scorsese.
7:40Conductor and arranger John Wilson talks about his favourite film scores, the golden age of movie music and taking his music to America.