Pamela Gems' first play for ITV is about two sisters, May Vine (Vanda Godsell), Louie Robbins and the man who becomes their lodger.
Early outing for Leonard Rossiter in a single drama produced by ITV
Alf Liddell is a quiet, good humoured, home-loving man who prefers to keep out of the limelight. But when Alf is elected to the local council he proves to be a man of principles-so strong that he soon makes powerful enemies.
A popular officer is accused of taking money from his Battery safe. His defence rests of his wife's evidence - but will she consent to appear at the court-martial?
A masterful, contemporary reworking of M.R. James' classic ghost story,
Harrowing drama of one family's downward spiral into poverty that sparked a national debate in the Houses of Parliament on the plight of the homeless.
Lost BBC production of an Isaac Asimov tale concerning an investigation which follows the murder of a robot specialist
Eric Sykes and Jimmy Edwards star in an adaptation of the celebrated farce that broke all box-office records when it first appeared on the London stage
These four Noel Coward plays, made by Granada and broadcast over a month in 1964 in their Play Of The Week schedule, were slotted into an abundance of one off dramas being produced by the regional ITV companies at the time.
"We are all conceived in close prison: in our mother's wombs, we are close prisoners all...and then all our life is but a going out to the place of execution, to death..." John Donne.