Free in the new Radio Times: Barry Norman’s 101 Greatest Films of All Time, part two

Don't miss our 16-page guide, this week covering action and adventure, musicals, horror, sci-fi and westerns

Don’t miss part two of Barry Norman’s 101 Greatest Films of All Time, free in this week’s issue of Radio Times (on sale from Tuesday 24 January). 


In this instalment, Britain’s finest film critic has chosen his top action and adventure films, musicals, horror, sci-fi and westerns to add to last week’s thrillers, romance, family, drama, comedy and war films. You can also see a rundown of the complete list – do you agree with Barry’s choices?

We’re also giving one lucky reader the chance to name the 101st greatest film – don’t miss your chance to win an amazing Sky Go package with an iPad and Sky Movies free for a year*.

Packed full of little-known facts, quotes and cast lists, 101 Greatest Films will get you reacquainted with past and modern classics.

For a bit of fun, try to identify these films from Barry Norman’s Greatest Films of All Time:

1. This 1960s Oscar-winning musical is an anagram of “Widest Oysters”

2. “You call this archaeology?” is a quote from this action flick’s title character.

3. Two films appear in the list, one’s a remake of the other and both feature a number in the title. Can you guess them both? 

4. Harrison Ford appears twice in Barry’s list of top sci-fi films for Blade Runner and Star Wars: Episode IV, and once again in the action and adventure category for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Can you put them in release date order?

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