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Welcome to the BBFC podcast.

We publish regular themed podcasts offering an insider’s view of our work. Each podcast features guest interviews, discussion of BBFC age rating decisions, challenging titles and classification issues. Tune in to our latest podcast or browse our podcast archive to listen again.

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BBFC Podcast Episode 65 - Classifying Animation

Hear about the classification of Finding Dory, Moana, Zootropolis and Kubo and the Two Strings, all of which were nominated for Best Animated Film at the BAFTA Awards 2017.

Tags: animation, podcast

BBFC Podcast Episode 64: Star Wars at U, PG and 12A

Read more about Star Wars (1977) in our From The Archive case study.

Tags: podcast, star wars

BBFC Podcast Episode 63: Stranger Things

Read more about BBFC age ratings on digital services, or see our parents guide to viewing VOD content safely online on CBBFC. 

Tags: Netflix, podcast, VOD

BBFC Podcast Episode 62 - Ask The Chief Executive

In this episode BBFC Chief Executive David Austin answers questions from three BBFC twitter followers on topics including: working at the BBFC; banned films; and the classification categories.

Tags: ask the chief executive, ceo, podcast

BBFC Podcast Episode 61 - Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Starring Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Lana Wood and Charles Gray, the film was released with an A classification in the UK in 1971.

Tags: james bond, podcast

BBFC Podcast Episode 60 - Scream (1997)

In this Halloween edition of the BBFC podcast, we discuss the classification issues in Wes Craven's 1997 horror film, Scream. 

Tags: podcast, Scream

BBFC Podcast Episode 58 - Labyrinth (U) & Zootropolis (PG)

Read more about the classification history of Labyrinth in our case study.

Tags: Labyrinth, podcast, Zootropolis

BBFC Podcast Episode 56 - A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Find out more about the Stanley Kubrick Archive and read our case study on A Clockwork Orange.

Tags: archive, Kubrick, podcast

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