Beloved and versatile British actor Jim Broadbent’s body of work is as varied and long as any actor’s. He released four films and series in the last few months and now stars in Roger Michell’s heist adventure The Duke. It’s the highly entertaining true story of disabled old age pensioner Kempton Bunton who, in 1961, stole Francisco Goya’s portrait of The Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London and held it for ransom as a political statement, demanding better conditions for fellow retirees. Only fifty years later did the whole story emerge. What She Said’ Anne Brodie spoke with Broadbent from his home in England.