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‘Drama She Wrote’ at BFI Southbank: ‘Love Story’ (ATV/ ITV 1963-74) double bill – ‘Third Party’ (1972) & ‘Home for the Holidays’ (1973)

┬áLove Story (ATV/ ITV 1963-74) is probably the most popular and long-running British television drama programme to have subsequently suffered from total obscurity and neglect after its broadcast life. To my knowledge, none of the 128 plays made for the series have been subsequently released, repeated or screened since transmission, and no writing – either … Continue reading

‘Drama She Wrote’ at BFI Southbank: ‘Seven Faces of Woman: Choice’ (LWT/ ITV 1974)

Our ‘Drama She Wrote’ season of neglected television plays by women writers is launched at BFI Southbank at 6.20 on Friday 7 September with a screening of Andrea Newman’s 1974 play Choice. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by Gail Renard (Chair of the Writers’ Guild Of Great Britain), featuring Andrea … Continue reading

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