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Centre Stage: one of a series of popular arts programmes

Title
Centre Stage: one of a series of popular arts programmes
Transmission details
4 Nov 1985
Description
CENTRE STAGE [Series RADIO VICTORY ARCHIVE] One of a series of popular arts programmes called Centre Stage. TRACK 1- In: Centre Stage theme music. introduction: Kosh - The Kinetics of Social Harmony dance company at Hornpipe Arts Centre, Portsmouth in Marked Cards. SIAN WILLIAMS and RICHARD ATLEE interviewed. Company formed 1982. Music mixed with dancing, acting and acrobatics to create a raw and energetic style. 2. Films showing in South Hampshire. 3. Oxford Film Foundation and Lloyds Bank launching 1986 Screen Writing contest. PO Box 156, Oxford, OX1 1AZ. RUPERT WALKER, one of Foundations Directors interviewed. Foundation began as University Society at Oxford making film called Privilege. Good script most important way to get into films. Anyone can enter. Winning film 1985: Restless Natives, by Ninian Dunnett. Writing is good entry to film making. Prize of 500 pounds and screen writing seminar at Oxford. TRACK 2- GEORGE COLE at Nuffield Theatre in new play by Bob Larby: The first Sunday in Every Month, being run on November 14. George Cole interviewed by JANE WHITELOCK, says there is a danger of being typecast in role in TV series Minder. Play quite deep. Takes time available to prepare. No preference between TV, theatre and film. 2. Current theatre productions in South Hampshire. 3. Arts News by PAUL LEWIS editor of Due South, review of art music theatre and literary happenings in area. [Box 6]
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Duration
00:24:21
Misc. notes
Gauge:-1/8 inch tape; Speed:- 7.5ips
Production company
Radio Victory
Technical information
Stereo
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Presenter
Matt Hopper; Jane Whitelock
Interviewees
Sian Williams; Richard Atlee; Rupert Walker; George Cole; Paul Lewis

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