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  1. Daphne Laureola [extract] (ABC Television, 1968)

    Daphne Laureola by James Bridie (1888-1951)
    ITV (Tempo)
    Helen Standage

    1968 ABC Television presentation for ITV of an extract from Daphne Laureola by James Bridie in the Tempo series.

  2. Little Moon of Alban (Anglia Television, 1967)

    Little Moon of Alban by James Costigan
    John Jacobs

    1967 Anglia Television production for ITV of Little Moon of Alban by James Costigan.

  3. The School for Scandal [scenes] (Rediffusion, 1967)

    The School for Scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816)
    ITV (Schools)
    George More O’Ferrall (1907-1982)

    1967 Rediffusion presentation of scenes from Sheridan’s The School for Scandal for ITV’s Drama for Sixth forms season titled Conflict, introduced by John Gielgud.

  4. Write Me a Murder (BBC, 1964)

    Write Me a Murder by Frederick Knott
    Alan Gibson

    1964 BBC production of Write Me a Murder by Frederick Knott.

  5. The Just (BBC, 1964)

    The Just [Les Justes] by Albert Camus
    BBC2 (Theatre 625)
    Alan Cooke

    1964 BBC2 production of The Just by Albert Camus. This was the second in a series of two plays on the theme of political assassination; the first, which went out on the previous Sunday, was The Ides of March...

  6. As You Like It (BBC, 1963)

    As You Like It by William Shakespeare
    BBC Television

    1963 BBC presentation of the production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It that was originally staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company, first in Stratford-upon-Avon and then at the Aldwych Theatre, London.

  7. The Cherry Orchard (BBC, 1962)

    The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov (1860-1904)
    BBC Television
    Michael Elliott

    1962 BBC production of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, recorded at Television Centre by the Royal Shakespeare Company during the season at the Aldwych Theatre, London.