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Roger Marshall interview Part I: ‘Public Eye’

  Last February, I had the good fortune to interview one of the great screenwriters of British TV drama, Roger Marshall in his Richmond home. His extensive C.V. has included episodes of The Avengers, The Sweeney, The Professionals, two plays … Continue reading

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Recording ‘Public Eye’ (ABC) on location in Birmingham (1966)

  Few major British television drama series of the 1960s have a worse survival rate than that of the first three series of Public Eye (ABC, 1965-68/ Thames 1969-75). Of the 41 episodes of the first three series made by … Continue reading

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