Steven Benedict: 'She was more than just our intergalactic princess'

Filmmaker and lecturer Steven Benedict reflects on the legacy of the late, great Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher, the actress best known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars franchise, has died aged 60, four days after she suffered a cardiac arrest on a flight.

But as Steven Benedict told Ciara Kelly on High Noon today, she was so much more than that.

Fisher is expected to make her final appearance on screen as General Leia Organa, after completing filming on Star Wars: Episode VIII.

She also became well known as someone who poked fun at the film industry, famously dressing down George Lucas on one occasion for the way Leia was being depicted.

Listen back as Steven and Ciara reflect on Fisher's great legacy as a film star, writer, comedian, satirist, and so much more.