BFI announces Blu-ray/DVD releases for April-June 2021, including I Start Counting, Jungle Fever and a second volume of Plays for Today.
A brilliantly slick and well-produced thriller combining suspense, action and comedy, Netflix's Lupin boasts amazing production values, considerable suspense, a wonderfully light-hearted atmosphere and a superb central performance from Omar Sy.
Erika Bean returns to Nonnatus House for the Call The Midwife Christmas Special
Sixty years after the Lady Chatterley Trial and forty after a BBC dramatisation of it, a look back at the history of strong language on British television.
One of the scariest of all 1960s Doctor Who stories, Fury from the Deep is a lost story, now released in animated form on Blu-ray.
15 October marks the fiftieth anniversary of the BBC's influential and groundbreaking Play for Today, which will be celebrated with a Blu-ray box set, a television and radio documentary and events at the BFI Southbank in London.
What are the greatest episodes of the modern era of Doctor Who? Sab Astley picks the 10 greatest stories in the latest TDF Top 10
Newly animated and with the original soundtrack, the missing Doctor Who story introducing the Second Doctor comes to Blu-ray.
Once in colour, now surviving in black and white, Nigel Kneale's play The Year of the Sex Olympics still proves ahead of its time. Released on DVD by the BFI.
The partly-missing Doctor Who story from 1967 sees the Doctor, Jamie, Polly and Ben fighting an alien threat at Gatwick Airport.
It's our end of year TV review. Did you favourite show make the list?
"It's not really possible to plan that far ahead, it would entail an enormous amount of work" In conversation with Jed Mercurio
We interview the man behind two of the UK's biggest TV dramas.