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David Hare

Synopsis
Writer and director Sir David Hare talks to Mark Lawson following the recent publication of his memoir The Blue Touch Paper. Hare, one of Britain’s foremost political playwrights, rose to fame in the 1970s with Plenty, a play about post-war disillusion. He then went on to write many plays for the National Theatre, most notably his 1990s state-of-the-nation trilogy. His screenplays including THE HOURS and THE READER. [60 minutes].
Series
Mark Lawson Talks to ...
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2015
Year of production
2015
Notes
First broadcast 15 November 2015.
Subjects
Drama; English language and literature
Keywords
drama in English; Hare, David; theatre

Online availability

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https://store.bbc.com/mark-lawson-talks-to
Price
£1.89
Delivery
Streamed/Download

Credits

Contributor
David Hare; Mark Lawson

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