The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe, Prince Caspian... C.S. Lewis's immortal Narnia books have inspired and delighted millions and are now reaching a new generation of fans through the wonders of cinema. But who was C.S. Lewis, and how did his life and his faith shape the Narnia Chronicles - on of the greatest fantasy works of all time? This beautifully filmed programme, first screened on BBC1, stars Anton Rogers as C.S. Lewis. From a childhood spent deep inside his own imagination to his years at oxford debating mythology with J.R.R. Tolkien, author of Lord Of The Rings, it reveals the inspiration behind the Narnia Chronicles. It also explores C.S Lewis's Christian faith, which became so much a part of the world of Narnia and found its ultimate expression in Aslan, the great lion... Directed by Emmy award winning director Norman Stone, C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia is a deeply moving account of the life of one of Britain’s greatest writers and philosophers and essential viewing to understand the true riches of the Narnia Chronicles.