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‘Dead of Night: The Exorcism’ (BBC, 1972)

Our ‘Dramatic Spaces: The Imaginative World of the TV Studio’ film season opens at BFI Southbank tonight, with a screening of ‘The Exorcism’, Don Taylor’s play for made for the BBC2 horror anthology series Dead of Night. Over the course … Continue reading

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BFI Season: Dramatic Spaces: The Imaginative World of the Television Studio

We are delighted to announce our forthcoming season of television plays at BFI Southbank in February 2014, ‘Dramatic Spaces: The Imaginative World of the Television Studio’, curated by Leah Panos and Billy Smart of the Spaces of Television project. Featuring … Continue reading

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Spaces of Television researchers uncover ‘lost’ Ken Loach film

Spaces of Television researchers Leah Panos and Billy Smart today had the happy experience of coming across a 1973 BBC programme long believed to be lost, including a film directed by Ken Loach (featuring an early performance by Ben Kingsley). … Continue reading

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Spaces of Television articles on other websites

 A wide selection of ‘Spaces of Television’ articles have been published on other sites. Here are links to our articles on the Critical Studies in Television website: ‘TV history, the role of memory and Spaces of Television’ by Leah Panos … Continue reading

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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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