October at the BFI

Time for our regular round-up of tele events at the BFI. Despite the presence of part two of the "Time Machine" season in October, there’s still nothing timey-wimey. But there is this:

1st: Michael Parkinson in conversation. He’s going to be interviewed by Melvyn Bragg and sign his autobiography, too.

13th: Roger Moore in conversation. No celebrity interviewer as far as I can see, but he’s going to be chatting about just about everything exciting in his TV career. There’ll be screenings beforehand of The Saint episode The Miracle Tea Party, which Moore also directed, and The Persuaders!‘s The Time and The Place.

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Public booking opens 5 September

There’ll also be free drop-in screenings in the Studio on 4, 5, 11 and 12 of the 1963 documentary West Indians, which looks at a working-class Caribbean migrant’s search for accommodation in London.