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  1. File on Harry Jordan (Yorkshire Television, 1978)

    File on Harry Jordan by Jean Benedetti
    ITV (Do You Remember?)
    Director
    Gerry Mill

    1978 Yorkshire Television production for ITV of File on Harry Jordan, an English adaptation of the play by Jean Benedetti.

  2. Heil Caesar, Part 2: Murder of a President (BBC, 1973)

    Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
    BBC1 (Schools)
    Producer
    Ronald Smedley

    1973 BBC production ‘for schools and colleges’ of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, in three parts. It was given under the title of John Bowen’s adaptation Heil Caesar which ‘transforms the play into a...

  3. Heil Caesar, Part 1: The Conspirators (BBC, 1973)

    Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
    BBC1 (Schools)
    Producer
    Ronald Smedley

    1973 BBC production ‘for schools and colleges’ of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, in three parts. It was given under the title of John Bowen’s adaptation Heil Caesar which ‘transforms the play into a...

  4. Ross [scenes] (Rediffusion, 1966)

    Ross by Terence Rattigan (1911-1977)
    ITV (Schools)
    Director
    George More O’Ferrall (1907-1982)

    1966 Rediffusion presentation of scenes from Ross by Terence Rattigan for ITV’s Drama for Sixth forms season titled Conflict, introduced by John Gielgud.

  5. Henry at Agincourt (BBC, 1956)

    King Henry V by William Shakespeare
    BBC Television
    Producer
    John Gibson

    BBC Television presentation of ‘A sequence from William Shakespeare’s Henry V devised for broadcasting on the eve of St George’s Day’ (Radio Times 20 April 1956, p. 12).

  6. The Two Gentlemen of Verona [Act 1] (BBC, 1952)

    The Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare
    BBC Television

    1950 BBC live outside broadcast from the stage of the 1st act of the Bristol Old Vic production of Shakespeare’s early comedy The Two Gentlemen of Verona.