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Another Sunday and Sweet F.A.: Two amateur football teams clash in a local needle match. Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill: It's a great day in the life of film extra Joe McGill. The Lovers: Beryl and Geoffrey encounter marital bliss. Coronation Street: Swindley organises a trip to Blackpool (16 October 1961). Spaghetti Two-Step: A restaurant experience is enlivened by emotional problems.
Your Name's Not God, It's Edgar: Edgar has a pretty miserable existence. Then he meets Trevor the student. Mrs. Thursday - You Don't Have to Book Buckingham Palace: A cockney charlady becomes the main beneficiary to a retired tycoon's estate. Village Hall - Mr. Ellis versus the People: It's Election Day in the village and the hall is turned into a polling station. About Face - Bag Lady: A moving monologue from a female vagrant who lives on London's streets.
Village Hall - There'll Almost Always be an England: A gas leak forces the residents of Quigley Street to live in the hall. Pardon the Expression - The First Day: Will Swindley manage to last the day at his new job? Pardon the Expression - The Headmistress: Mr Swindley tries his hand at super salemanship. The Dustbinmen: A skiving bin gang are on high alert when their new Inspector takes an interest.
London's Burning: Blue Watch are set off-balance when a female firefighter joins the team. Bootsie and Snudge - Being Nice to Bootsie: Bootsie chances his arm when he takes to his bed and won't leave it. Moving Story: Asif's first day on the job as a 'furniture man' is one of enlightenment and discovery.
The Knowledge: Four men attempt to acquire "The Knowledge" and qualify as a London taxi driver.
It was lovely to watch some old favourites but also some stuff I've never seen before. Especially loved watching London's Burning, Ready when you are Mr McGill and Another Sunday... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Emms
Jack Rosenthal was a brilliant writer. So good to revisit some of his work. 'Ready When You Are Mr McGill' is a masterpiecePublished 10 months ago by tartuffeclunes
Packaged well and arrived promptly, have enjoyed watching a couple of these long forgotten plays, based on writing and acting rather than computers an interesting collection.Published 18 months ago by Miss K McDonald
My husband loved this as one of his Christmas DVDs. He now has most of the Jack Rosenthal portfolio and has enjoyed them all.Published on 29 Dec. 2012 by Mrs. A. I. Ilsley