Front Row | 04/09/2008
Based on Brighton Rock by Graham Greene
In a special edition of the programme, Mark Lawson talks to director and actor Richard Attenborough about a life in the film industry. Beginning his film acting career in 1942, in Noel Coward and David Lean's In Which We Serve, Attenborough went on to give celebrated performances as teenage gangster Pinkie in Brighton Rock.Tweet
Our Man in Greeneland | 5: Monsignor Quixote
Madrid correspondent Guy Hedgecoe follows Graham Greene's travels around post-Franco Spain in the late 1970s. These inspired his novel Monsignor Quixote, and a deep friendship.
Our Man in Greeneland | 4: Our Man in Havana
The BBC's man in Havana, Will Grant, goes on the trail of Graham Greene's Our Man in Havana, his portrayal of pre-Revolutionary Cuba and the making of the film in Castro's Havana.