The Royal Shakespeare Company in Peter Hall's production broadcast in eleven parts.
(First shown on BBC-1)
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A portrait of the American author Ralph Ellison. His single novel was recently voted one of the greatest books of post-war America
Filmed in New York
A Z Car to the West End
A Smashing Day - Alan Plater's first West End play - opened last night at the Arts Theatre, directed by John Fernald. Plater scripted eighteen Z Cars programmes. He talks about the difference between writing for television and writing for the theatre.
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