Dr Tom Wilkinson is History Editor of the Architectural Review and Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Warburg Institute. He is the author of Bricks and Mortals: Ten Great Buildings and the People They Made, which was longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and was translated into five languages. He has curated lecture series at the Royal Academy and Soane Museum, and is co-director of New Architecture Writers.
Sir Michael Caine CBE has been Oscar-nominated six times, winning his first Academy Award in 1986 and his second in 1999. He has starred in over one hundred films, becoming well-known for several critically acclaimed performances. He was appointed a CBE in 1992 and knighted in 2000 in recognition of his contribution to cinema. Married for more than thirty years, with two daughters and three grandchildren, he and his wife Shakira live in London and Surrey.
Oscar-nominated actor LIAM NEESON started boxing at the age of nine, taught by the local parish priests in his hometown of Ballymena, Ireland. In his teens, he held the title of Youth Heavyweight Champion of Ireland for three consecutive years. A lifelong fan, Neeson still works out with his punching bag four or five times a week.
Christopher Nolan began making movies at an early age with his father's Super-8mm camera. While studying English Literature at University College London, Nolan shot 16mm films at UCL's film society, learning the guerrilla film techniques he would later us