The Ipcress File

The Secret History of 'The Ipcress File'

Edward Milward-Oliver | Posted 16.05.2015 | UK Entertainment
Edward Milward-Oliver

The Ipcress File opened at London's Leicester Square Theatre fifty years ago on March 18, 1965. It quickly established an all-time house record in daily take and admissions as long lines formed around the block, and enjoyed a similar success in almost every market it played.

The Great Ealing Film Challenge 94: Nowhere to Go (1958)

Dr Keith M. Johnston | Posted 19.10.2012 | UK Entertainment
Dr Keith M. Johnston

Nowhere to Go was the second-last Ealing film produced and, suitably, is also the second-last film to be viewed and written about for this challenge.

Repulsive Caine Makeover Leaves me Cold

Scott Hill | Posted 19.03.2012 | UK Politics
Scott Hill

A nation's culture shift is not necessarily an easy thing to spot. Ask any ordinary citizen how Britain has changed over the years and they would more...

Caroline Frost

Michael Caine: 'I Just Sound Like Everybody Else' | Caroline Frost | Posted 19.09.2011 | UK Entertainment

"I just talk. To me, I sound like everybody else," says Michael Caine of his tool in trade, arguably the most distinctive, easily recognisable timbre ...