BBC radio and television have announced a season of programming dedicated to the composers, songs and film scores that form the soundtrack to the big screen.
The autumn season of programming includes three-part series Sound Of Cinema: The Music That Made The Movies, presented by silent film composer Neil Brand and featuring directors ranging from Quentin Tarantino to Scorsese. It will air on BBC4.
BBC Radio 3 will air three weeks of programming including director Ken Loach and composer George Fenton discussing their 20-year partnership, and a live programme with the spookiest scores in cinema from the BFI.
BBC Radio 6 Music will broadcast a five-part series in which big names from cinema including actor Cillian Murphy and Bond film composer David Arnold will discuss their favourite film music moments.
The Story Of Hip Hop In The Movies will air on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, revealing how Hip Hop and films collaborate, featuring Pharrell Williams and Roots Manuva
On BBC Radio 2, broadcaster and critic Mark Kermode will tell the story of music and film in Mark Kermode: The Soundtrack Of My Life.
On BBC Asian Network, Bobby Friction will look at how the journey of Bollywood film music has evolved through the decades, in Men Behind The Music.
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