British painter Francis Bacon's life was every bit as colourful and outrageous as his art.
1930s Hollywood movie star Hedy Lamarr was more than just a pretty face.
Writer Graham Greene converses with Quentin Falk on stage for the Guardian Lecture at the National Film Theatre in 1984.
The legendary tenor's career comes toward a climax with his farewell performances of "Tosca" at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
The life and career of actor Sir Alec Guinness.
Dramatic reconstruction and archive footage re-create the life of the American Wild West showman.
The work and the legend of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
The impact of the John Lennon song "Imagine" and its popularity across the globe.
The Chelsea Hotel in New York is a legendary haven for performers and artists from Mark Twain to Sid Vicious, from Andy Warhol to William Burroughs, and where Quentin Crisp lived for more than 35 years.
Following George Harrison's post-Beatles years including becoming a movie producer.
George's early years in The Beatles - from their first gigs in Hamburg and the beginning of "Beatlemania," through to his psychedelic phase and involvement in religion and Indian music.
The early career of actor-director Richard Attenborough.