JEREMY FRONT RADIO PLAYS
27.06.98 Mr. Harrison's Confession (Mrs. Gaskell), dram
31.07.98 The Double of E12*
25.11.99 Table for Two
25.10.00 The Quiet Gentleman Barber's Tale*
09.04.02 The Pitch
30.08.02 The Life Class
22.02.03 The Long Weekend, rpt. 4 Sep 04
09.03.03 Brideshead Revisited* (Waugh), dram.
asterisked plays known to exist within VRPCC
MR. HARRISON'S CONFESSION
A young surgeon arrives at Duncombe. His female patients
seem to be suffering from a curious complaint - the cure for which
is marriage to the new doctor. With Marston Bloom,Geoffrey
Whitehead, Alison Pettitt, Sophie Thompson and Jane Booker. Directed
by Sally Avens.
THE DOUBLE OF E12
You walk into work one day and find yourself sitting at your
desk...would he be more successful than you? Excellent play with
Douglas Hodge, Barbara Durkin, David Schneider. Dir. Sally Avens. 60m.
TABLE FOR TWO
Interesting social story set in Venice. With Ben Crowe and
Sophie Winkleman. Dir. Sally Avens.
Howard wrote some classic sit-coms, but now no-one wants to know...
then he is offered a new commission. Is there a catch? With Richard
Briers, Maureen O'Brien, Rebecca Front; dir. Peter Kavanagh. 60m.
THE QUIET GENTLMAN BARBER'S TALE
One of the "2000 Tales" to commemmorate the Chaucer Anniversary.
Terrible weather results in a group of travellers being stranded
in a motorway service station. To pass the time, they all tell a
story. This is Jeremy Front's contribution: stars Zita Sattar, Joseph
Fiennes, Warren Mitchell, Lesley Manville. Dir. Mary Peate.
THE LIFE CLASS
David is an artist married to Vanessa, a TV producer. They do not
understand each other. Their worlds collide...their lives will never be
the same again.
THE LONG WEEKEND
Former schoolfriends Gemma and Sophie reunite after 20 years for a
weekend at Sophie's country estate. The idyll takes a turn for the
Dramatisation of the famous story by Evelyn Waugh,
in 4 sixty minute episodes. Tale of Sebastian, an
upper-class boor who thinks himself above everyone
else, and the lower mortals he mixes with...stars James
Bamber as Sebastian, Ben Miles as his friend Charles, Ben
Whitrow, Edward Petherbridge ( a splendid Lord Marchmaine),
Abby Ford, Tom Smith, Geoffrey Streatfield, Ann Beach,
Anne-Marie Duff, Eve Best, Toby Jones, William Hope,
Liza Sadovy, Andrew Wincott, Jonathan Keeble, Sean
Baker. Dir. Marion Nancarrow; music by Neil Brand.
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