Reviews

The Adventures of Twizzle (1957)

Gerry Anderson's new production company was ailing and in desperate need of a cash boost when, in 1957, they were approached by children's writer Roberta Leigh and her colleague Suzanne Warner to make a series of 52 thirteen-minute episodes of a children's puppet series.

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After Henry (1988)

BAFTA-nominated comedy After Henry followed the comfortable middle-class lives of three women; except that, for one of them, life wasn't all that comfortable...

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After the Funeral (1960)

When Alun Owen's play 'After the Funeral' was read by Sydney Newman, head of drama for ABC Television, and William Kotcheff, the television director, they were so taken by his conception of Wales and the Welsh, they decided to see for themselves.

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Agony (1979)

Series about a magazine agony aunt who also runs her own radio phone-in and who, like Dr Frazier Crane many years later, could solve everyone's problems except her own

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Airwolf (1984)

US action/adventure series. Airwolf is a new breed of high-tech super helicopter that has been stolen by its designer in order to sell it to Libya.

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