Julien Temple, Henry Blake and Kathleen Turner are the guests on Mark Kermode’s latest monthly show – more details here.

With a bit of luck, the wonderful live Mark Kermode Live In 3D shows will be returning to the BFI in London at some point next year. They’re a real treat to get to in person, with the basics being that Dr Kermode talks about films for 90 minutes, joined by lots of special guests.

Since the first lockdown back in the spring, the shows have moved online in a challenge to the frailties of Kermode’s broadband connection. And there’s a new one tonight, that’s popping up on the BFI Player service.

This time, Kermode will be chatting to director Henry Blake about the film County Lines, Julien Temple about the Shane MacGowan documentary Crock Of Gold and the mighty Kathleen Turner, who’ll be nattering about Raise Hell: The Life And Times Of Molly Ivins.

The show starts at 8pm. You can find more about BFI Player right here.

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