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The Film Review Show's roots go back as far as the 1990s, when [[Mark Kermode]] would appear sporadically on [[Simon Mayo]]'s Radio 1 shows to provide reviews of current films. When Simon Mayo moved to Radio 5 Live in 2001 this became a regular, if short, segment on the Friday show. Over the years this has grown into what is usually a show running from 2pm to 4pm on [[BBC Radio 5 Live]], exceptions being when [[Racing from Chilcot]] is on.
The Film Review Show's roots go back as far as the 1990's, when [[Mark Kermode]] would appear sporadically on [[Simon Mayo]]'s Radio 1 shows to provide reviews of current films. When Simon Mayo moved to Radio 5 live in 2001 this became a regular, if short, segment on the Friday show. Over the years this has grown into what is usually a show running from 2pm to 4pm on [[BBC Radio 5 Live]], exceptions being when [[Racing from Chilcot]] is on.
 
  
 
The show is now widely accepted to be the BBC's (if not Britain's) [[Flagship film programme]].
 
The show is now widely accepted to be the BBC's (if not Britain's) [[Flagship film programme]].
  
 
The show is edited and released as a podcast, with extras at the beginning, end and occasionally bits after what has appeared to be the end.
 
The show is edited and released as a podcast, with extras at the beginning, end and occasionally bits after what has appeared to be the end.

Revision as of 23:11, 29 January 2015

The Film Review Show's roots go back as far as the 1990s, when Mark Kermode would appear sporadically on Simon Mayo's Radio 1 shows to provide reviews of current films. When Simon Mayo moved to Radio 5 Live in 2001 this became a regular, if short, segment on the Friday show. Over the years this has grown into what is usually a show running from 2pm to 4pm on BBC Radio 5 Live, exceptions being when Racing from Chilcot is on.

The show is now widely accepted to be the BBC's (if not Britain's) Flagship film programme.

The show is edited and released as a podcast, with extras at the beginning, end and occasionally bits after what has appeared to be the end.