ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ#


Callow, Simon Biography




biography of Callow, Simon

Simon Phillip Hugh Callow
13 June 1949, London, England, UK
5' 7"


-   He was awarded C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honors List for his services to drama.

-   He was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1992 (1991 season) for Best Director of a Musical for "Carmen Jones".

-   He was awarded the 'Patricia Rothermel' (qv) Award at the 1999 London Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his outstanding services to theatre.

-   Started acting after Sir 'Laurence Olivier' (qv)'s insistence that if he wanted to act, he should take a job at the box office of the Old Vic Theatre in London.

-   Played the role of 'Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart' (qv) in the stage version of "Amadeus" before appearing in the film version, in which he played "Emmanuel Schikaneder", who appeared in the first performance of Mozart's "The Magic Flute" and wrote the opera's libretto.

-   Played 'Charles Dickens' (qv) and the voice of "Ebeneezer Scrooge" in the 2001 animated movie, _Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)_ (qv), before playing 'Charles Dickens' (qv) once again in the 2006 revival of _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv).

-   In the Independent on Sunday 2006 Pink List - a list of the most influential gay men and women - he came no. 28, down from 26.

-   Callow is the author of numerous books, including a biography of 'Charles Laughton' (qv), a book on acting and, most recently, a multi-volume biography of 'Orson Welles' (qv).

-   His first television role was to have been that of 'First Crew Member' in _"Carry on Laughing!" (1975) {Orgy and Bess (#1.4)}_ (qv). His scene was ultimately cut from the episode, although his name remains listed in the closing credits.

-   The names of George Coulouris and Agnes Moorehead are consistently mis-spelled throughout his book "Orson Welles: The Road To Xanadu", which also refers to "Touch Of Evil" as "A Touch Of Evil"; this latter mistake also occurs in his later book about Welles, "Hello, Americans".


-   (1980) Stage: Appeared (as "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart") in the original stage production of "Amadeus."

-   (1996) Biography: "Orson Welles - The Road to Xanadu"

-   (1984) Book: "Being An Actor"

-   (1987) Biography: "Charles Laughton: A Difficult Actor"

-   (April 2002) Stage: Appeared (as "Charles Dickens") in "The Mystery of Charles Dickens" by 'Peter Ackroyd' (qv) (Belasco Theater, New York City)

-   (April 2002) Stars (as "Charles Dickens") in "The Mystery of Charles Dickens" on Broadway

-   (2005) TV commercial (voice-over): Kit Kat Editions

-   (12/06-2/07) Stage: Appears (as "Falstaff") in "Merry Wives" (musical version of 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)s "The Merry Wives of Windsor"), Royal Shakespeare Company.

-   (1990) Stage: Directed "Stevie Wants to Play the Blues" on Broadway. Musical. Cast: 'Paula Kelly (I)' (qv), 'Amy Madigan' (qv)

-   (1975) Stage: Appeared in "The Plumber's Progress", at London's Prince of Wales Theatre, with 'Harry Secombe' (qv), 'Roy Marsden' (qv). Directed by 'Mike Ockrent' (qv).

-   (1978) He acted in David Edgar's play, "Mary Barnes," at the Studio of Birmingham Repertory Theatre in Birmingham, West Midlands, England with Ann Mitchell, Timothy Spall OBE, Roger Allam, Patti Love, Thelma Whiteley, directed by Peter Farago.

-   (1978) He acted in Bill Morrison's play, "Flying Blind, with Pete Postlethwaite OBE at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England.

-   (1981) He acted in Edward Bond's play, "Restoration," which Bond also directed at the Royal Court in London, England, with Irene Handl.

-   (1981) He acted in Dunleavy's play, "The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Patrick Ryecart, Sylvia Coleridge, directed by Ron Daniels.

-   (1975) He acted in Sir George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Doctor's Dilemma," at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England with Derek Godfrey, Tony Jay, Frank Thornton, Sir Nigel Hawthorne CBE, James Villiers, James Cairncross, Lynn Farleigh, and Ken Cranham in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.

-   (1989) He acted in Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe's play, "Faust Parts I and II," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Peter Lindford, Jack Ellis, Alyson Spiro, Andy Serkis, and Paul Brightwell in the cast. David Freeman was director.

-   Provided a commentary on the episode _"Doctor Who" (2005) {The Unquiet Dead (#1.3)}_ (qv) for The Complete First Series _"Doctor Who" (2005)_ (qv) DVD box set.

-   (1989) Wrote foreword for "Profiles", a selection of profiles written by 'Kenneth Tynan' (qv).

-   (1996) He adapted Jacques Prevert's story, "Les Enfants Du Paradis," and directed in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Colin Farrell, James Purefoy, Helen McCrory, Joseph Fiennes, Rupert Graves, Colin George, Sylestra Le Touzel, Robert Demeger, Maggie Wells, Peter Spoule, James Ellis, and James Faulkner in the cast.

-   (1998) He acted in William Shakespeare and Orson Welles' play, "Chimes at Midnight," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Keith Baxter, Sarah Badel, Tam Williams, Rowland Davies, Timothy Bateson, Rebecca Egan, John Warner, and David Weston in the cast. Patrick Garland was director.

-   (1986) He directed Jean Coctrau's play, "The Infernal Machine," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Maggie Smith, Robert Eddison, and Jim Carter in the cast.

-   (January 1979-December 1979) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre, Olivier Theatre, and Cottesloe Theatre in London, England in John Galsworthy's play, "Strife;" William Congreve's play, "The Double Dealer;" play, "The Woman; William Shakespeare's plays, "Macbeth," "As You Like It," and "Richard III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Betrayal;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Philanderer;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" play, "Herod;" Charles Wood's play, "Has 'Washington' Legs?;" play, "The World Turned Upside Down;" Thomas Middleton's play, "A Fair Quarrel;" Eugene O'Neill's play, "The Long Way Home;" Leo Tolstoy's play, "The Fruits of Enlightenment;" Somerset Maugham's play, "For Services Rendered;" Keith Dewhurst's plays, "Lark Rise" and "Candleford;" play, "Beowulf;" Simon Gray's play, "Close of Play;" Aeschylus's play "The Oresteia;" Friedrich Schnitzler and Tom Stoppard's play, "Undiscovered Country;" play, "Dispatches;" Peter Logan's play, "Fall;" Arthur Miller's play, "Death of A Salesman;" Arthur L. Kopit's play, "Wings;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus;" J.B. Priestley's play, "When We Are Married;" play, "A Country Calendar;" and Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Wild Duck;" with Robin Bailey, Brenda Blethyn, Judi Bowker, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Anna Carteret, Oliver Cotton, Andrew Cruickshank, Constance Cummings, J.G. Devlin, Edna Dore, Michael Feast, Albert Finney, Alison Fiske, Susan Fleetwood, Paul Freeman, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Gawn Grainger, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Ian Hogg, Bob Hoskins, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Felicity Kendall, Sara Kestelman, Dinsdale Landen, Phyllida Law, Doreen Mantle, Anna Massey, Daniel Massey, Mark McManus, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Bill Owen, Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, Joan Sanderson, Leslie Sands, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, John Standing, Robert Stephens, Dorothy Tutin, June Watson, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (1979) He acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," in a National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Felicity Kendal, and John Normington in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

-   (1979) He acted William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Sarah Kestelman, Andrew Cruickshank, and Michael Bryant in the cast. John Dexter was director.

-   (1980) He acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Felicity Kendal, and John Normington in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

-   (January, April, June-December 1980) He acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire of Athol Fugard's play, "A Lesson From Aloes," Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," William Shakespeare's plays, "As You Like It," "Othello," and Richard III;" Arthur Miller's plays, "Death of a Salesman and "The Crucible;" David Storey's play, "Early Days," Terence Rattigan's plays, "Harlequinade" and "The Browning Version;" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's play, "Hiawatha," Eugene O'Neill's plays, "Hughie," "The Iceman Cometh," and "The Long Voyage Home;" Nigel Williams's play, "Line 'Em," Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings," Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Wild Duck," Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man," Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain," Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo," John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife," religious plays, "The Passion" and "The Nativity;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker," play, "Thee and Me," Tom Stoppard's play, "Undiscovered Country," Lillian Helman's play, "Watch on the Rhine," and J.B. Priestley's play, "When We Are Married," at the Olivier Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Robin Bailey, Gillian Barge, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, David Burke, Selina Cadell, Anna Carteret, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, Phil Daniels, J.G. Devlin, Mark Dignam, Edna Dore, Lindsay Duncan, Susan Engel, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Gawn Grainger, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Ian Hogg, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Felicity Kendall, Sara Kestelman, Michael Kitchen, Phyllida Law, Alec McCowen, Peter McEnery, Geraldine McEwan, Mark McManus, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Bill Owen, Jonathan Pryce, Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, Joan Sanderson, Leslie Sands, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, Frederick Treves, Dorothy Tutin, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (January 1981-April 1981) He acted in the British National Theatre production repertoire season in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and Superman;" Henry Wadsworth Longellow's play, "Hiawatha;" Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain;" "Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Othello" and "Measure for Measure;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker;" John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife;" Lillian Hellman's play, "Watch on the Rhine;" Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man;" Terrence Rattigan's plays, "The Browning Version," and "Harlequinade,;" the play, "The Nativity," Ivan Turgenev's play, "A Month in the Country;" Tom Taylor's play, "The Ticket-Of-Leave Man;" and Moliere's play, "Don Juan," with Francesca Annis, Peggy Ascroft, Norman Beaton, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Yvonne Bryceland, Jane Carr, Anna Carteret, Paul Copley, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, J.G. Devlin, Lindsay Duncan, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Michael Gough, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Felicity Kendall, Michael Kitchen, Daniel Massey, Alec McCowen, Geraldine McEwan, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Jonathan Pryce, Ralph Richardson, David Schofield, Paul Scofield, Nigel Terry, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (1988) He acted and directed Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Alan Bennett and Prunella Scales in the cast. Alan Bennett was also director.

-   (January 1988 to June 1988; August 1988 to December 1988) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in John Ford's play, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business;" Athol Fugard's play, "A Place with the Pigs;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Antony and Cleopatra," "Cymbeline," "The Tempest," and "The Winter's Tale;" Ben Jonson's play, "Bartholomew Fair;" Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof;" play, "Countrymania;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" David Hare's plays, "Fanshen," and "Secret Rapture;" Brian Friel's plays, "Fathers and Sons," and "Making History;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Love Songs of World War III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Mountain Language;" Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs Klein;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Roots;" Caroline Chapmans' play, "Russell of the Times;" Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies;" Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling;" August Strindberg and John Osborne's play, "The Father;" the play, "The Magic Olypmical Games;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" the play, "The Shaughraum;" Nick Ward's play, "The Strangeness of Others;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" and Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" with Polly Adams, John Alderton, Francesca Annis, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, Jill Baker, David Bamber, Jim Barclay, Gillian Barge, Alan Bennett, Richard Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Ian Charleson, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cullen, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Lindsay Duncan, Nick Dunning, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Susan Fleetwood, Mick Ford, Clive Francis, Michael Gambon, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Guy Henry, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Jeavons, Barbara Jefford, Paul Jesson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Steven Mackintosh, Maggie McCarthy, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Miles, Stephen Moore, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eric Porter, Stephen Rea, Paul Shelley, Kate Spiro, Alison Steadman, Ken Stott, Sian Thomas, Niall Tobin, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Julian Wadham, Zoe Wanamaker, John Wells, Penelope Wilton and Peter Woodward in the cast.

-   (1989) He acted and directed Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies: An Englishman Abroad & A Question of Attribution," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Alan Bennett, Prunella Scales, David Terence, Crispin Redman, and Brett Fancy in the cast. Alan Bennett was also director.

-   (1989) He acted in Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies: An Englishman Abroad & A Question of Attribution," in a British National Theatre production at the Queens Theatre in London, England with Alan Bennett and Prunella Scales in the cast. Alan Bennett was also director.

-   (1989) He directed Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies: An Englishman Abroad & A Question of Attribution," in a British National Theatre production at the Queens Theatre in London, England with Alan Bennett, Prunella Scales, and Clive Francis in the cast. Alan Bennett was also director.

-   (1981) He acted in Edward Bond''s play, "Restoration," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Irene Handl in the cast. Edward Bond was also director.

-   (1981) He acted in J.P. Donleavy's play, "The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B.," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Patrick Ryecart and Sylvia Coleridge in the cast. Ron Daniels was director.

-   (1981) He acted in J.P. Donleavy's play, "The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B.," at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Patrick Ryecart, Sylvia Coleridge, Lally Bowers, Susan Gilmore, and Noel Howlett in the cast. Ron Daniels was director.

-   (January 1988) He directed Willy Russell's play, "Shirley Valentine," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Pauline Collins in the cast.


-   [on 'Alec Guinness' (qv)] "He wrote to tell me he had just seen _A Passage to India (1984)_ (qv), and as the lights had come up he had vomited in shame at his own performance as Professor Godbole."

-   On his C.B.E., "Being honored by one's country is even better than winning a Tony Award. But since it comes from Downing Street, I suppose in a sense it is a Tony."

-   I love storytelling and I love just relating directly to an audience. That's why we do theatre, it's because we love contact with the audience. We love the fact that the audience will change us. The way the audience responds makes us change our performance.

-   It's the most melodious words ever written in the English language. It's also in rhythm, you know, like music, and people love that. (On 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv))


-   (September 2005) He is currently playing "Count Fosco" in "The Woman in White" at the Palace Theatre in London.

-   (1986) Release of his book, "Being An Actor".

-   (June 2008) Performing at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario, Canada. There Reigns Love - Devised and performed by Simon Callow. July 11 - August 3.


-   "Radio Times" (UK), 25 February 2006, Vol. 328, Iss. 4273, pg. 154, by: Benji Wilson, "One Final Question: Simon Callow"

-   "The Independent: Education & Careers" (UK), 6 April 2004, pg. 6, by: Jonathan Sale, "'I was expelled for leading the others astray'"


-   "Newsweek" (USA), 22 January 1996, pg. pg. 49, by: Kroll, Jack, "Simon Says: 'I'm No Orson'"

All Pictures

Pictures of Callow, Simon not found
Images Search Powered By Google

Watch Online Related Videos


Callow, Simon Videos

Acting in movies

  1. Acts of Godfrey (2012)
  2. Great West End Theatres (2012)
  3. In Love with Dickens (2012) (TV)
  4. Meeting Shakespeare (2012)
  5. Miss in Her Teens (2012)
  6. The Best Possible Taste (2012) (TV)
  7. The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2012) (TV)
  8. "BBC News 24" (1997) {(2012-02-06)}
  9. "BBC Proms" (2012) {Prom 36: An Evening with Ivor Novello (#1.13)}
  10. "Late Review" (1994) {Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Special}
  11. "Piers Morgan's Life Stories" (2009) {Felicity Kendal (#8.5)}
  12. "Q&A" (2008) {Mutilation and the Media Generation (#5.31)}
  13. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(2012-02-17)}
  14. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(2012-04-12)}
  15. "The Sarah Millican Television Programme" (2012) {Simon Callow/John Kettley/Phyllis Logan (#1.2)}
  16. "The Wright Stuff" (2000) {(#17.180)}
  17. "Them from That Thing" (2012) {(#1.1)}
  18. "Them from That Thing" (2012) {(#1.2)}
  19. "This Week" (2003) {(2012-03-15)}
  20. "This Week" (2003) {(2012-09-27)}
  21. Being Shakespeare (2011)
  22. Comic Relief: Uptown Downstairs Abbey (2011) (TV)
  23. In Love with Shakespeare (2011) (TV)
  24. Late Bloomers (2011)
  25. Love's Kitchen (2011)
  26. This Green and Pleasant Land: The Story of British Landscape Painting (2011) (TV)
  27. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2011-06-08)}
  28. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2011-08-05)}
  29. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Wedding of River Song (#6.13)}
  30. "Ice" (2011) {(#1.1)}
  31. "Ice" (2011) {(#1.2)}
  32. "Jamie's Dream School" (2011) {Meet Me Halfway (#1.2)}
  33. "Jamie's Dream School" (2011) {The Battle Lines Are Drawn (#1.1)}
  34. "Late Review" (1994) {(2011-08-19)}
  35. "Lily Allen: From Riches to Rags" (2011) {(#1.1)}
  36. "Lily Allen: From Riches to Rags" (2011) {(#1.2)}
  37. "Lily Allen: From Riches to Rags" (2011) {(#1.3)}
  38. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {The Curtain Raiser (#2.1)}
  39. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {The Final (#2.12)}
  40. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {The Final: The Result (#2.13)}
  41. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {The Semi-Final (#2.10)}
  42. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {The Semi-Final: The Results (#2.11)}
  43. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Four (#2.8)}
  44. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Four: The Results (#2.9)}
  45. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week One (#2.2)}
  46. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week One: The Results (#2.3)}
  47. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Three (#2.6)}
  48. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Three: The Results (#2.7)}
  49. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Two (#2.4)}
  50. "Popstar to Operastar" (2010) {Week Two: The Results (#2.5)}
  51. "Question Time" (1979) {(2011-04-07)}
  52. "The Many Faces of..." (2010) {Dame Judi Dench (#2.2)}
  53. "The ONE Show" (2006) {(2011-06-01)}
  54. "The Wright Stuff" (2000) {(#16.87)}
  55. "This Is Jinsy" (2011) {Nameworm (#1.5)}
  56. Natural Selection (2010)
  57. Save Our Bacon (2010)
  58. The Mr. Men Movie (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  59. The Unforgettable Harry Secombe (2010) (TV)
  60. "Arn" (2010) {(#1.1)}
  61. "Arn" (2010) {(#1.2)}
  62. "Edición Especial Coleccionista" (2010) {Comparativa: Cuatro bodas y un funeral (#1.8)}
  63. "Rude Britannia" (2010) {You've Never Had It So Rude!! (#1.3)}
  64. "The Michael Ball Show" (2010) {(2010-09-13)}
  65. "The ONE Show" (2006) {(2010-05-04)}
  66. Anatomy of Hope (2009) (TV)
  67. Orson Welles Over Europe (2009) (TV)
  68. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2009-12-22)}
  69. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Companions (#1.2)}
  70. "Lewis" (2007) {Counter Culture Blues (#3.4)}
  71. "The ONE Show" (2006) {(2009-12-18)}
  72. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {The Gift: Part 1 (#3.11)}
  73. "The Sarah Jane Adventures" (2007) {The Gift: Part 2 (#3.12)}
  74. "This Week" (2003) {(2009-02-12)}
  75. "What's on Theatre" (2008)
  76. Chemical Wedding (2008)
  77. The Pantomime (2008)
  78. "Arena" (1975) {Paul Scofield}
  79. "Sunday AM" (2005) {(#3.17)}
  80. "The Mr. Men Show" (2008) {Dance/Inventions (#1.7)}
  81. "The Wright Stuff" (2000) {(#9.1)}
  82. "The Company" (2007)
  83. Arn: Tempelriddaren (2007)
  84. How Gay Sex Changed the World (2007) (TV)
  85. Locked in the Tower: The Men Behind 'Jane Eyre' (2007) (V)
  86. Surveillance (2007)
  87. "British Film Forever" (2007) {Corsets, Cleavage and Country Houses: The Story of British Costume Drama (#1.4)}
  88. "British Film Forever" (2007) {Guns, Gangsters and Getaways: The Story of the British Crime Thriller (#1.1)}
  89. "British Film Forever" (2007) {Longing, Loving and Leg-Overs: The Story of British Romance (#1.2)}
  90. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Budapest: Franz Liszt, Bela Bartók and Zoltan Kodaly (#2.7)}
  91. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {London and Dublin: George Fredric Handel (#2.2)}
  92. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {London and Halle: George Fredric Handel (#2.1)}
  93. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {London, Thaxted and Cheltenham: Gustav Holst & Vaughan Williams (#2.10)}
  94. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Madrid: Manuel de Falla, Isaac Albéniz & Stevan Mokranjac (#2.12)}
  95. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Malvern, Worcester and Aldeburgh: Sir Edward Elgar and Benjamin Britten (#2.3)}
  96. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Moscow and Switzerland: Sergei Rachmaninov (#2.5)}
  97. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Moscow: Dimitri Shostakovich & Sergie Prokofiev (#2.13)}
  98. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Munich and Garmisch: Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner (#2.6)}
  99. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Paris and Versailles: Georges Bizet & Saint-Saëns (#2.11)}
  100. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Paris: Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel (#2.4)}
  101. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Rome and Naples: Rossini and Respighi (#2.8)}
  102. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Warsaw and Krakow: Frédéric Chopin (#2.9)}
  103. "Derren Brown: Trick or Treat" (2007) {(#1.4)}
  104. "HARDtalk Extra" (2004) {Simon Callow}
  105. "Movie Connections" (2007) {Four Weddings and a Funeral (#1.1)}
  106. "Movie Connections" (2007) {Shakespeare in Love (#1.6)}
  107. "Roman Mysteries" (2007) {The Secrets of Vesuvius (#1.1)}
  108. "Time Shift" (2002) {Stuffed: The Great British Christmas Dinner (#7.12)}
  109. Men of Mystery (2006) (V)
  110. Reviving Harry Lime (2006) (V)
  111. Sabina (2006) {{SUSPENDED}}
  112. Shooting 'Egypt' in India (2006) (V)
  113. Some Break (2006)
  114. The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (2006) (TV)
  115. The Dark Secrets of the Hellfire Council (2006) (V)
  116. The Madness of Boy George (2006) (TV)
  117. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Bonn and Berlin (#1.12)}
  118. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Finlandia (#1.4)}
  119. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Germany 1: Eisenach and the Towns of Bach's Travels (#1.8)}
  120. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Germany 2: Leipzig and Mainz (#1.9)}
  121. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Prague (#1.7)}
  122. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Return to St Petersburg (#1.13)}
  123. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Salzburg: Birthplace of Amadeus (#1.1)}
  124. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {St Petersburg (#1.5)}
  125. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Tuscany: Verdi and Puccini (#1.11)}
  126. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Venice, Vivaldi and the Four Seasons (#1.6)}
  127. "Classical Destinations" (2006) {Vienna (#1.10)}
  128. "Midsomer Murders" (1997) {Dead Letters (#9.2)}
  129. "The Play's the Thing" (2006) {(#1.1)}
  130. "This Week" (2003) {(2006-03-02)}
  131. Bob the Butler (2005)
  132. Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 (2005) (TV)
  133. Foley & McColl: This Way Up (2005) (TV)
  134. It's Christmas with Jonathan Ross (2005) (TV)
  135. Rag Tale (2005)
  136. Ripley Under Ground (2005)
  137. The Best Man (2005)
  138. The Civilization of Maxwell Bright (2005)
  139. The Making of 'The Phantom of the Opera' (2005) (V)
  140. "Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway" (2002) {Ant & Dec's Christmas Takeaway (#5.11)}
  141. "Britain's Finest" (2003) {Actresses (#2.2)}
  142. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The Unquiet Dead (#1.3)}
  143. "News 24 Sunday" (2005) {(2005-09-04)}
  144. "Richard & Judy" (2001) {(2005-09-16)}
  145. "Rome" (2005) {Egeria (#1.6)}
  146. "The Wright Stuff" (2000) {(2005-09-27)}
  147. "Retrosexual: The 80's" (2004)
  148. Agatha Christie Marple: The Body in the Library (2004) (TV)
  149. George and the Dragon (2004)
  150. The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
  151. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2004-09-08)}
  152. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {A Guide for the Perplexed (#1.4)}
  153. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {A Little Knowledge (#1.7)}
  154. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {A Strange Birthday Party (#1.6)}
  155. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Echoes of the Past (#1.3)}
  156. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Los Contrarios (#1.12)}
  157. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Mother's Footsteps (#1.8)}
  158. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Sign of the Unicorn (#1.10)}
  159. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {The Inner Sanctum (#1.5)}
  160. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {The Magic Is Awakened (#1.1)}
  161. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Where Four Elevens Meet (#1.11)}
  162. "Shoebox Zoo" (2004) {Where the River Flows (#1.9)}
  163. "The Frank Skinner Show" (1995) {(#8.8)}
  164. "Today with Des and Mel" (2002) {(2004-04-05)}
  165. Bright Young Things (2003)
  166. Hans Christian Andersen: My Life as a Fairy Tale (2003) (TV)
  167. Making 'Christmas Carol: The Movie' (2003) (V)
  168. "Angels in America" (2003) {Part 1 Millennium Approaches (#1.1)}
  169. "Arena" (1975) {Alec Guinness: A Secret Man}
  170. "Heroes of Comedy" (1995) {Max Wall (#7.1)}
  171. Judi Dench: A BAFTA Tribute (2002) (TV)
  172. Merci Docteur Rey (2002)
  173. Thunderpants (2002)
  174. "Nova" (1974) {Galileo's Battle for the Heavens (#30.4)}
  175. "Trial & Retribution" (1997) {(#5.2)}
  176. "Don't Eat the Neighbours" (2001)
  177. Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)
  178. No Man's Land (2001)
  179. Animated Epics: Don Quixote (2000) (TV)
  180. Deadly Appearances (2000) (TV)
  181. Robert's Rescue (2000) (TV)
  182. The Mystery of Charles Dickens (2000) (TV)
  183. "BBC Music Live 2000" (2000) {Roald Dahl's Revolting Concert}
  184. "The Sunday Programme" (1994) {(2000-12-17)}
  185. Around the World in 80 Days (1999) (V)
  186. Dear Boy: The Story of Michael Mac Liammoir (1999) (TV)
  187. Junk (1999/I)
  188. Notting Hill (1999)
  189. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#1.8)}
  190. "Trial & Retribution" (1997) {(#3.2)}
  191. Bedrooms and Hallways (1998)
  192. Shakespeare in Love (1998)
  193. The Laurence Olivier Awards 1998 (1998) (TV)
  194. The Scarlet Tunic (1998)
  195. "Dennis the Menace" (1996) {The Trial (#2.9)}
  196. "Trial & Retribution" (1997) {(#2.2)}
  197. The Woman in White (1997) (TV)
  198. "Brunch" (1997) {(1997-04-13)}
  199. "Great Composers" (1997) {Giacomo Puccini 1858 - 1924}
  200. An Audience with Charles Dickens (1996) (TV)
  201. James and the Giant Peach (1996)
  202. Victory (1996)
  203. "Testament: The Bible in Animation" (1996) {Moses (#1.1)}
  204. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(1996-02-06)}
  205. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(1996-03-14)}
  206. Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995)
  207. England, My England (1995)
  208. Jefferson in Paris (1995)
  209. Le passager clandestin (1995) (TV)
  210. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
  211. In Ismail's Custody (1994) (V)
  212. Street Fighter (1994)
  213. "Little Napoleons" (1994) {Path to Power (#1.1)}
  214. "Little Napoleons" (1994) {Sleeping with the Enemy (#1.4)}
  215. "Little Napoleons" (1994) {The Big Interview (#1.2)}
  216. "Little Napoleons" (1994) {The Godfathers of Education (#1.3)}
  217. Camp Christmas (1993) (TV)
  218. Soft Top Hard Shoulder (1993)
  219. "Screen Two" (1985) {Femme Fatale (#9.4)}
  220. Howards End (1992)
  221. Bye Bye Columbus (1991) (TV)
  222. The Crucifer of Blood (1991) (TV)
  223. "Performance" (1992) {The Trials of Oz (#1.5)}
  224. Mr. & Mrs. Bridge (1990)
  225. Postcards from the Edge (1990)
  226. "Screen Two" (1985) {Old Flames (#6.1)}
  227. Revolutionary Witness (1989) (TV)
  228. Manifesto (1988)
  229. "Acting" (1987)
  230. Maurice (1987)
  231. The Reluctant Dragon (1987) (TV)
  232. "Acting" (1987) {Simon Callow: On Acting in Restoration Comedy (#1.3)}
  233. "Inspector Morse" (1987) {The Wolvercote Tongue (#2.1)}
  234. "Screenplay" (1986) {Cariani and the Courtesans (#2.4)}
  235. The Christmas Tree (1986) (TV)
  236. The Madness Museum (1986) (TV)
  237. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {For Whom the Bell Tolls (#2.2)}
  238. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Goodbye Mr Hemstridge (#3.1)}
  239. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Guess Who's Not Coming for Dinner (#3.2)}
  240. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Pre-Matrimonial Tension (#3.5)}
  241. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Blessing (#3.3)}
  242. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Lost Weekend (#2.3)}
  243. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Once and Future Chance (#3.4)}
  244. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Taxman Cometh (#2.1)}
  245. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Wedding (#3.6)}
  246. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Winning Streak (#2.5)}
  247. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.10)}
  248. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.3)}
  249. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.4)}
  250. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.5)}
  251. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.7)}
  252. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.8)}
  253. "David Copperfield" (1986) {(#1.9)}
  254. "Dead Head" (1986) {Anything for England (#1.2)}
  255. A Room with a View (1985)
  256. Behind Enemy Lines (1985) (TV)
  257. Honour, Profit & Pleasure (1985) (TV)
  258. The Good Father (1985)
  259. "Breakfast Time" (1983) {(1985-07-15)}
  260. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Naming the Day (#2.6)}
  261. Amadeus (1984)
  262. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Flowing with the Tide (#1.3)}
  263. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Honour Thy Father and Mother (#1.2)}
  264. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Man of Iron (#1.5)}
  265. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Plumstones (#1.1)}
  266. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {Stuff of Dreams (#1.6)}
  267. "Chance in a Million" (1984) {The Birthday Party (#1.4)}
  268. "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" (1983) {The Times They Are a Changin' (#2.2)}
  269. La ronde (1982) (TV)
  270. The Man of Destiny (1981) (TV)
  271. W.H. Auden Monologue (1981) (TV)
  272. "The Theatre Quiz" (1981) {(#1.2)}
  273. "The Theatre Quiz" (1981) {(#1.5)}
  274. "Play for Today" (1970) {Instant Enlightenment Including V.A.T. (#10.16)}
  275. Wings of Song (1978) (TV)
  276. "Crown Court" (1972) {Association: Part 1 (#7.19)}
  277. "The Sweeney" (1975) {Down to You, Brother (#3.9)}
  278. "Victorian Scandals" (1976) {Skittles (#1.2)}
  279. "Get Some In!" (1975) {36-Hour Pass (#1.7)}

f