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Television Reviews: Certainly no cop out

Television Reviews: Certainly no cop out

Certainly no cop out TONY BARROW on a series that deserves a wider audience SKY NEWS Cops In Las Vegas IF FOX Television's American fly-on-the-wall police series, Cops, was to be networked here via one of the mainstream ITV or BBC channels, I reckon it would achieve consistently
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
L COURT THEATRE TRAINING COMPANY Z\ THE COURTYARD. 10 YORK WAY, KING'S CROSS LONDON, N1 rlTM 071-2780118/0119 TRAIN FOR A

L COURT THEATRE TRAINING COMPANY Z\ THE COURTYARD. 10 YORK WAY, KING'S CROSS LONDON, N1 rlTM 071-2780118/0119 TRAIN FOR A

LIFE IN THE THEATRE BY WORKING IN THE THEATRE COURT THEATRE TRAINING COMPANY IS A GROUP OF ACTORS IN TRAINING RUN AS A PROFESSIONAL THEATRE COMPANY THEY HAVE THEIR OWN THEATRE THE COURTYARD" AND STUDIO PREMISES AT KING S CROSS. LONDON. HERE THEY EXPLORE ALL ASPECTS OF THE THEATR
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
What is this thing called quality?

What is this thing called quality?

JAMES GORDON considers how British TV fares in the quality stakes WITHOUT doubt one of the most misused words bandied about in the course of the present, and indeed past, debate over the future of television in this country is and has been... quality. Whenever the subject is rai
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION DIARY: I CAVE protests too much

TELEVISION DIARY: I CAVE protests too much

I CAVE protests too much AN international mass media watchdog group, the International Coalition Against Violent Entertainment is doing what appears to be its damnedest to make sure that nobody in the Eastern bloc countries has any enjoyment whatsoever. ICAVE is protesting agains
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION DIARY: A convention that carries on laughing

TELEVISION DIARY: A convention that carries on laughing

A convention that carries on laughing IN the current resurgence of interest in Britain's comic greats--witness the Frankie Howerd 'comeback'-- let it not be forgotten that some of our best-loved rib-ticklers are sadly no longer with us. Bouquet of the week therefore goes to the K
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION DIARY: Better luck next time

TELEVISION DIARY: Better luck next time

Better luck next time IN AN era when original ideas for television drama seem to have an increasingly tough time making their way past ultra-cautious programme executives on to the small screen, it is a great shame to see a good concept go to waste. Yet this is what the BBC appea
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Television People: Denton returned unopposed

Television People: Denton returned unopposed

Denton returned unopposed CHARLES DENTON, chief executive of Zenith, was this week elected unopposed as the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Producers Association. The Producers Association was formed in February this year from the amalgamation of the BFTPA and the AIP.
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: A Bedfull of Foreigners

Regional Reviews: A Bedfull of Foreigners

A Bedfull of Foreigners SONNING DAVE Freeman's A Bedfull of Foreigners is easily 'just another bedroom farce', but the Mill at Sonning's production saves it from mediocrity with a competent cast and a stalwart comedy director. Dennis Ramsden's past connection with Brian Rix and,
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: Carers

Regional Reviews: Carers

Carers EXETER IT IS refreshing to see some hard style campaigning in a theatrical form. Carers, by Lyn Ferrand, is about the people who provide home care for the chronically ill. It asks questions to which there seem to be no answers, but it certainly raises the issues. The fact
5 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England