Erscheinungsdatum: 15.12.1981, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The First Amendment Under Siege, Titelzusatz: The Politics of Broadcast Regulation, Autor: Labunski, Richard E., Verlag: Greenwood Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // Taxation, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 194, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 252 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Mediawriting, Titelzusatz: Print, Broadcast, and Public Relations, Auflage: 4. Auflage von 2012 // 4th edition, Autor: Whitaker, W. Richard // Ramsey, Janet E. // Smith, Ronald D., Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES // Journalism // SOCIAL SCIENCE // Media Studies // Schreiben // Technical Writing // Styleguides // Public Relations, Rubrik: Journalistik // Presse, Film, Funk, TV, Seiten: 380, Abbildungen: Illustrations, Gewicht: 750 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
An early hit for ATV, this absorbing, rigorously researched and very human drama series centres on the work of a team of probation officers based in London, and the lives of the men and women of all ages and backgrounds who come under their care. Drawing on the documentary skills of creator Julian Bond and produced by Emergency – Ward 10's Antony Kearey, Probation Officer was broadcast at a time when the service was increasingly coming into focus as a progressive response to rising crime. Future Doomwatch lead John Paul stars as newcomer Philip Main, alongside The Avengers' Honor Blackman as female officer Iris Cope and seasoned character actor David Davies as department head Jim Blake. Guests include Alfred Burke, Susan Hampshire, Charles Lloyd Pack, Richard Vernon and Peter Vaughan – while Earl Cameron and Lloyd Reckord star in a blistering tale of racism and intolerance which features one of the earliest interracial kisses ever broadcast on British television. Probation Officer does not exist complete in the archive – this volume contains the twelve earliest surviving episodes from series one.
Series One, first broadcast in 1979, finds Audrey mourning the death of her husband, but more importantly mourning his inability to handle his financial affairs. Forced to sell her beloved Grantleigh Manor, she is equally distressed to find it bought by upstart businessman Richard De Vere, a man with no concept of the history or the valued place of the Estate in the community. Audrey must roll her sleeves up. It’s time for the ex-Lady of the Manor to put the new Lord in his place – or vice versa. A battle of wits is about to take place that will find the winner To The Manor Born. Special Features Interview with writer Peter Spence Cast Filmographies Production Notes Subtitles
Trevor Nunn directs Richard Johnson and Oscar-nominee Janet Suzman in this landmark production of Shakespeare's tragedy of power and passion in Ancient Egypt. First broadcast in 1974 and based on Nunn's celebrated staging with the Royal Shakespeare Company, its intensity and originality raised the bar for small-screen adaptations of Shakespeare's plays. Emphasising the futility of the protagonists' unworldly love against the coldly calculating might of Octavian, adopted son of Julius Caesar, this intimately staged production earned a BAFTA award for director Jon Scoffield, with Janet Suzman receiving a BAFTA nomination for her mesmerising portrayal of the doomed Egyptian queen. Antony and Cleopatra also features early appearances by Ben Kingsley, Tim Pigott-Smith and Patrick Stewart – who won universal praise in the role of Antony's loyal, agonised confidante, Enobarbus.
Featuring an exclusive new interview with Richard Briers, and celebrating 35 years since its original broadcast, The Good Life is now available for the first time in series order. Having thrown themselves into a world of suburban farming, befuddling their neighbour Margo and her more supportive husband Jerry, Tom and Barbara are busy adapting their lives to their new choice of lifestyle.In this second series, they find themselves tempted by commercial enterprise whether from their harvest or their pottery skills, as well as discovering the benefits of public relations. A little police problem when a thief takes a leek, the possibility of a commune developing next door, and a bit of a boar - the important bit - all add to an uproar that can only leave Margo at her wit's end. Episodes comprise:1. Just My Bill2. The Guru of Surbiton3. Mr. Fix-It4. The Day Peace Broke Out5. Mutiny6. Home Sweet Home7. Going to Pot?
Hot on the heels of her acclaimed success in The Good Life, Penelope Keith undertook a role that would further confirm her place as one of Britain's leading comic actors: the role of Audrey fforbes-Hamilton in To The Manor Born. Series One, first broadcast in 1979, finds Audrey mourning the death of her husband, but more importantly mourning his inability to handle his financial affairs. Forced to sell her beloved Grantleigh Manor, she is equally distressed to find it bought by upstart businessman Richard De Vere, a man with no concept of the history or the valued place of the Estate in the community. Audrey must roll her sleeves up. It s time for the ex-Lady of the Manor to put the new Lord in his place or vice versa. A battle of wits is about to take place that will find the winner To The Manor Born. Special Features: Interview with writer Peter Spence Cast Filmographies Production Notes Subtitles
Celebrating 35 years since its original broadcast, and available for the first time in series order, this is the comedy series that put organic foods, self-sufficiency and green thinking on the map.The swings and roundabouts of relationships with Jerry and Margo continue to swing and go roundabout as Tom and Barbara evolve their good life in Suburbia. Windbreaks that break more than wind, pregnant pigs and a bad case of fleas lead to all manner of mishaps and misread intentions; and while Tom experiments in talking to plants, Barbara reaches the end of her tether with a tear in her last posh frock. By its third and one of its funniest seasons, The Good Life with stars Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Penelope Keith and Paul Eddington had seeded, grown and harvested one the of the great comedy series in British television history. Episodes: The Early Birds The Happy Event A Tug Of The Forelock I Talk To The Trees Whos Fleas Are These? The Last Posh Frock
(2012/ROLLERCOASTER) 86 tracks (incl. introductions). Digipac with 44 page booklet. Previously Unissued On CD, These Historic Recordings were Originally Broadcast On The Light Programme's Saturday Club In The 1950s And 60s. Backed By The As Yet Untamed Drifters, This Is Cliff Richard As A Primal ...