Behind The Britcom: From Script to Screen

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Join hosts Moira Brooker (Judith on AS TIME GOES BY) and Philip Bretherton (Alastair on AS TIME GOES BY) as they take you inside the hearts and minds of the writers, producers and actors that have brought you many of your favorite British comedies. You'll hear from writer/director Richard Curtiss and the cast of Vicar of Dibley and Blackadder, writer Roy Clarke and the cast of Keeping Up Appearances and Last of the Summer Wine, writer Bob Larbey and the cast of As Time Goes By, Good Neighbors, and Mulberry, Jeremy Lloyd, co-creator of Are You Being Served?, as well other Britcom insiders. If you've ever wondered how the British comedies you enjoy on your public television station go from "script to screen," this program is truly a "must see."
 

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