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  1. Carnival

    Date released
    18 Nov 1937
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    441A
    NoS ID
    008210
    Story no
    9 / 10

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Skating Artists Open New York Season With Grace and Comedy. DESCRIPTION: Skating artists open New York season with grace and comedy. SHOTLIST: Elevated shots of girls in line skating on...

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  2. Creating Comedy: Techniques and Exercises (2014)

    Subject
    Drama
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 120 minutes), £75.00

    This double DVD provides strategies and ideas for creating comedy for devised and scripted performances. Using interviews, workshops and performance footage from leading international comedy practitioners,...

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  3. Nature and Structure of Shakespearean Comedy / Comedy in the Elizabethan Theatre (1970 Audio)

    Professor Peter Davison and Dr Michael Hattaway, both of the University of Kent, discuss Shakespearean comedy.

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  4. Clapham and Dwyer, a day’s broadcasting (1974)

    Genre
    Drama; Special

    A sketch by the comedy duo Clapham and Dwyer - A Day’s Broadcasting, recorded in 1933, emulating a day’s radio broadcasting. Sound quality poor and in mono.

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  5. Laugh A Minute: various comedy sketches (1984)

    LAUGH A MINUTE [Series RADIO VICTORY ARCHIVE] A comedy programme made by independent company London Radio Productions, featuring extracts from comedy shows, broadcast on Radio Victory 28.12.84. Presented by...

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  6. Poles Apart (Dramatised short story) (1985)

    As the sun sets on the British Empire, two intrepid Artic explorers set out for the North Pole - but they don’t know what they’re letting themselves in for, especially since one of them harbours a secret...

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  7. Media Screen Round-up April 2017

    Date
    24 May 2017, 09:15
    Author
    Andrew Ormsby
    Post Type
    Post

    The monthly round-up of film and television publications compiled by Simon Baker, Institute of Historical Research and published at Learning on Screen by Andrew Ormsby. Highlights this month include a...

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  8. Ray Cooney on theatre and farce (1989)

    Genre
    Interview; Advertisement

    Interview with actor, writer, producer, and founder of the Theatre of Comedy company, Ray Cooney about the continuing success of Run For Your Wife, the longest-running theatre comedy in London. He also talks...

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  9. Cohen and wireless (1974)

    Genre
    Drama; Special

    Joe Hayman’s Cohen and Wireless, a comedy sketch about buying wireless recorded in 1928. Sound quality poor and in mono.

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  10. Comedian Harry Enfield on his comedy characters, including Loadsamoney (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    Sarah Ward interviews comedian Harry Enfield, partially in his Loadsamoney, Bugger-All-Money, and Stavros personae. Coincides with a Loadsamoney record release. Broadcast on Capital Radio.

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