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  1. The Winslow Boy (BBC, 1989)

    The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan (1911-1977)
    BBC2 (Theatre Night)
    Michael Darlow

    1989 BBC production of The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan, presented in the Theatre Night strand.

  2. Allergy (Granada Television, 1970)

    Allergy by C. P. [Cecil P.] Taylor (1929-1981)
    ITV (Confession)
    Mike Newell

    1970 Granada Television production for ITV of Allergy by C. P. Taylor.

  3. A Soldier’s Tale (BBC, 1960)

    L’Histoire du soldat by C. F. Ramuz and Igor Stravinsky
    BBC Television
    Charles Rogers

    1960 BBC presentation of the New Opera Company’s production of A Soldier’s Tale, an English translation of the the play L’Histoire du soldat by C. F. Ramuz with music by Igor Stravinsky.

  4. Meeting at Night (BBC, 1959)

    Meeting at Night by James Bridie (1888-1951)
    BBC Television
    James MacTaggart

    1959 BBC Television production of Meeting at Night by James Bridie, from the BBC’s television studio in Scotland.

  5. No Medals (Associated-Rediffusion, 1958)

    No Medals by Esther McCracken (1902-1971)
    ITV (Play of the Week)
    Tania Lieven

    1958 Associated-Rediffusion production of Esther McCracken’s No Medals for ITV.

  6. The Hasty Heart (BBC, 1957)

    The Hasty Heart by John Patrick
    BBC Television
    Finlay J. Macdonald

    1957 BBC Television production of John Patrick’s The Hasty Heart.

  7. What Every Woman Knows (BBC, 1955)

    What Every Woman Knows by J. M. Barrie (1860-1937)
    BBC Television
    Chloe Gibson

    1955 BBC production of What Every Woman Knows by J. M. Barrie.

  8. Seagulls over Sorrento [excerpt] (BBC, 1953)

    Seagulls over Sorrento by Hugh Hastings (1917-2004)
    BBC Television

    1953 BBC live outside broadcast from the Apollo Theatre, London of an excerpt from the hit comedy Seagulls Over Sorrento, played before an invited audience. Presented by arrangement with George and Alfred...