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Additional resources for A Harold Pinter Chronology
Uk/culture/2011/ oct/24/harold-pinter-sketch-umbrella/print. July 1 (Fri) 11 (Mon) 19 (Tue) 21 (Thur) ‘The Black and White’, The Spectator, 203, 16 (BR: D2a). Letter from Terence Rattigan praising C (HPA). Interview with Hallam Tennyson, Dateline London, BBC General Overseas Service, recorded and broadcast 7 August 1960 (BR: J9). Night School, originally titled ‘My Nephew’, televised, networked by Associated Rediffusion, directed by Joan Kemp-Welch. First Methuen edition, BP and Other Plays (BR: W15, A4).
Lunch VM. Oxford. Morning Pinewood Studios. Participant Line-Up Review programme, BBC2 (BR: K11). Afternoon plays cricket. Daniel goes on school break. Lunch MB: Alcove. Morning GV. 6pm Christopher Morahan (CM), director, and MB. 7pm views A rushes. 22 A Harold Pinter Chronology August 1 (Mon) Working on A, filmed on location Cobham, Syon House and Twickenham Studios, July through September. 3 (Wed) Stratford-upon-Avon. 8 (Mon) Rehearsal of C for TV production. 9 (Tue) Sees DW at the Arts Theatre.
29 (Fri) Interview with John Sherwood, ‘Profile: A Playwright’. BBC European Service, recorded and broadcast 3 March 1960 (BR: J4, 6). February 1 (Mon) Interview, within Critic at Large series, BBC, General Overseas Service, recorded. March 1 (Tue) 11 (Fri) 16 (Wed) 22 (Tue) A Night Out, 3P, directed by Donald McWhinnie, with HP as Seeley and VM as the Girl. Recorded 25 February (BR: W13a). Interview with Brian Glanville, ‘I am a Jew Who Writes’ ( Jewish Chronicle, 27; BR: G2). A Night Out radio script informally published, 3P.
A Harold Pinter Chronology by W. Baker