Jack Whitehall brings the second series of the variety show to a conclusion, featuring an appearance by Simply Red, marking part of the band’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
Leona Lewis performs her new song Fire Under My Feet and Jess Glynne sings her number-one single Hold My Hand.
There’s also comedy from Sara Pascoe and Britain’s Got Talent finalist Jack Carroll, and more unusual acts such as Japanese dance troupe EL Squad from The Wrecking Crew Orchestra, and knife thrower Jack Dagger and his assistant the Unkillable Jenny. Last in the series.
Julie Walters is considered one of the UK’s most popular light entertainers and comedians, as well as a successful stage performer, bestselling author and award-winning screen actress.
In an interview recorded at the British Film Institute Southbank, Richard E Grant, who cast her in his directorial debut Wah-Wah, chats to the Birmingham-born star about her career including Walters’ movie debut in Educating Rita, and roles in Billy Elliot, Calendar Girls and the Harry Potter franchise.
Based on the controversial sequel novel of the same name, Hannibal, is the much-anticipated follow-up to the Oscar-winning The Silence of the Lambs.
Anthony Hopkins returns as Dr Hannibal Lecter, one of the world's most cunning and feared serial killers, who resurfaces after a decade in hiding to toy with FBI agent Clarice Starling (this time played by Julianne Moore).
As Starling's career flounders thanks to a drug bust gone wrong, Lecter attempts to elude a greedy Italian police detective (Giancarlo Giannini) who's willing to alert the authorities to his presence in Florence for a price.
In the meantime, a maimed but wealthy former victim of Lecter's named Mason Verger (Gary Oldman) plots to get his revenge on the doctor in a most unusual and grisly fashion.
When his only friend and co-worker dies, a young man born with dwarfism moves to an abandoned train depot in rural New Jersey.
Though he tries to maintain a life of solitude, he is soon entangled with an artist who is struggling with a personal tragedy and an overly friendly hot-dog vendor. Critically acclaimed, this arthouse offering deserved a bigger push when it was released on the big screen.
Touching, daring and thought-provoking, it boasts some impressive performances and will have you doubting your preconceptions by the closing reel. It also features yet another brilliant performance from Peter Dinklage, who went on to find fame in Game of Thrones