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On His Way to the Club


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Ludovic Kennedy Remembers An autobiography on film by Ludovic Kennedy.
A portrait of a professional the public know well - and of a man they know little.
Seventy this year, Ludovic Kennedy has spent over half his life appearing on television. In this charming and frank portrait, 'Ludo' remembers not only his extensive career as a writer and broadcaster but revisits his life outside television.
He goes back to his childhood in Scotland, his schooldays at Eton, and his grief over the death of his father.
In 1950, he married Moira Shearer. Soon after he became famous himself as a newscaster on ITN and as a Liberal candidate in the first televised by-election, at
Rochdale. His campaigning continues today with his fight against miscarriages of justice.
Photography CHRIS SADLER
Film editor ALAN LYGO. Executive Producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH Producer RUTH JACKSON
0 MY KIND OF DAY: page 102


Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy.
Unknown: Moira Shearer.
Editor: Alan Lygo.
Producer: Jenny Barraclough
Producer: Ruth Jackson

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On His Way to the Club

BBC One London, 13 January 1989 22.20

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