BBC2 Playhouse

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1974
BBC2 Playhouse is a one-hour UK anthology television series produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Among its many performers were Helen Mirren, Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Liam Neeson, Paul Scofield, Deborah Kerr, Ben Kingsley, Donald... read more

BBC2 Playhouse is a one-hour UK anthology television series produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Among its many performers were Helen Mirren, Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Liam Neeson, Paul Scofield, Deborah Kerr, Ben Kingsley, Donald Pleasence, Brenda Blethyn, Peggy Ashcroft and Margaret Whiting.

Original Release

03/13/1974

Cast

Liam Neeson Blacksmith
Helen Mirren Mrs. Reinhardt
Judi Dench Sister Scarli
Julie Walters Mrs. Morgan
Gawn Grainger Henry
Barbara Ferris Elizabeth
Ben Kingsley Ivanov / Robert Cibrario
Ralph G. Morse Edwin Tonsell
Elizabeth Estensen Sylvie Clapper
Margaret D'Arcy Sister O'Keefe
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Mrs. Reinhardt Friday, 30 October 1981
2 Last Summer's Child Friday, 06 November 1981
3 Autumn Sunshine Friday, 13 November 1981
4 The Grudge Fight Friday, 27 November 1981
5 Virginia Fly Is Drowning Friday, 04 December 1981
6 Findings on a Late Afternoon Friday, 11 December 1981
7 Dancing Country Friday, 18 December 1981
8 A Silly Little Habit Friday, 15 January 1982
9 Aubrey Friday, 22 January 1982
10 Preview Friday, 29 January 1982
11 Out of Step Friday, 05 February 1982
12 A Shilling Life Friday, 12 February 1982
13 The Workshop Friday, 19 February 1982
14 How Many Miles to Babylon? Friday, 26 February 1982
15 The Pigman's Protege Friday, 05 March 1982
16 A Pocketful of Dreams Friday, 12 March 1982
17 Keeping in Touch Friday, 19 March 1982
18 The Guest Friday, 26 March 1982
19 The Sidmouth Letters Friday, 02 April 1982
20 The Queen of Annagh Friday, 16 April 1982
21 By George Friday, 23 April 1982
22 Lunch Friday, 30 April 1982
23 Passing Through Friday, 07 May 1982
24 Jake's End Friday, 14 May 1982
25 Housewarming Friday, 21 May 1982
26 Easy Money Friday, 28 May 1982
27 Potatohead Blues Friday, 04 June 1982
28 Irwin Shaw Triple Bill: The Man who Married a French Wife/The Monument/The Girls in their Summer Dresses Friday, 11 June 1982
29 Chains Friday, 18 June 1982
30 Come Into the Garden, Maud Wednesday, 07 July 1982
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Directors

Brian Parker, Bill Hays, Don Taylor, Stephen Frears, Peter Hammond, Peter Bartlett, Derek Lister, Michael Heffernan, Graham Evans, John Glenister, Rodney Bennett, Peter K. Smith, Michael Darlow, Michael Simpson, Michael Rolfe, Michael Bradwell, Roger Bamford, Jon Amiel, James Cellan Jones, Nicholas Renton, Mark Cullingham, John Gorrie, Philip Saville, Stuart Urban, Carol Wiseman, Cedric Messina, Alan Clarke, Malcolm Mowbray, Mike Newell, Diarmuid Lawrence, Mike Leigh, Claude Whatham, Trevor Nunn, Silvio Narizzano, Christopher Menaul, Piers Haggard, Robert Knights, David Giles, Moira Armstrong, Ferdinand Fairfax, Jim O'Brien, Giles Foster, Peter Duffell, Brian Gibson, John Davies, Gillian Lynne, Desmond Davis, David Reid, Richard Martin, Paul Ciappessoni, Alan Cooke, Nicholas Kent, Peter Jefferies, Philip Dudley, Darrol Blake, Jim Hill, Christopher King, Tony Smith, John Madden, Kenneth Ives, Michael Wearing, Sarah Pia Anderson, Graham Theakston, Mike Vardy, Barry Davis, Robin Midgley, Alan Bridges, Nick Havinga, Tony Bicât, Michael Custance, Carol Wilks, Chris Lovett, Terry Devaney, Paul Bamborough, Jane Jackson, Voytek

Writers

William Trevor, Don Taylor, Rhys Adrian, Malcolm Bradbury, Carol Bunyan, Janey Preger, Denis Cannan, Frederic Raphael, Don Shaw, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Thomas Ellice, Rose Tremain, Noël Coward, Philip Saville, Malcolm Mowbray, Athol Fugard, Mike Leigh, Jack Shepherd, Winston Ntshona, George Baker, John Kani, Stephen Poliakoff, Tom Kempinski, David Snodin, Roger Milner, Robert C.S. Downs, Fulton Mackay, John Hale, Stephen Bill, Rita May, David Cook, Irwin Shaw, Anthony Read, Clive Exton, Tom Stoppard, Desmond Lowden, John Mortimer, Evan Jones, Jennifer Johnston, Derek Mahon, Eva Figes, Philip Martin, Michael Bradwell, Richard Crane, Derrick Buttress, Peter Durrant, Stephen Deutsch, Bill Morrison, John Selwyn Gilbert, Chaim Bermant, Jane Gardam, Charlotte Plimmer, Denis Plimmer, Elaine Feinstein, Eric Bentley, Pauline Macaulay, Beryl Bainbridge, Bernard MacLaverty, Ewart Alexander, Terry Hodgkinson, Michael Abbensetts, John Fowles, Darrol Blake, James Robson, Andrew Davies, Stephen Davis, Robert Holmes, Jim Hill, Julian Bond, Russell Harty, Susan Hill, Stanley Price, Peter Prince, Paula Milne, Daphne Du Maurier, Edna O'Brien, Alan Plater, Peter Buckman, Brian Hayles, David Halliwell, Alexander Baron, Bruce Stewart, Jean-Claude Grumberg, William Douglas-Home, James Saunders, Nikolay Gogol, Kenneth Cavander, Tony Bicât, Muriel Spark, Angela Huth, Sylvia Clayton, Elizabeth Bowen, Maggie Wadey, Guy Meredith, Gerald Durrell, David Pinner, Christopher Bigsby, Peter Tinniswood, John Heilpern, David Pryce-Jones, John Challen, Michael Sullivan, John Fothergill, Alan Drury

Creators

Sarah Pia Anderson

Cast

Liam Neeson Blacksmith
Helen Mirren Mrs. Reinhardt
Judi Dench Sister Scarli
Julie Walters Mrs. Morgan
Gawn Grainger Henry
Barbara Ferris Elizabeth
Ben Kingsley Ivanov / Robert Cibrario
Ralph G. Morse Edwin Tonsell
Elizabeth Estensen Sylvie Clapper
Margaret D'Arcy Sister O'Keefe
Lisa Coleman Jennifer
Sylvia Coleridge Miss Samson
Maggie Wilkinson Lily Drucker
April Walker Mrs. Carstairs
Simon Coady Kenneth Drucker
Hannah Asprey Alice
Christopher O'Connell Young Henry
Lucie Thomas Young Elizabeth
Julia McCarthy Mrs. Drucker
Joe Ritchie Mr. Drucker

Producers

Editors

Ken Pearce, David Martin, Robin Sales, Dan Rae, Christopher Rowlands, Dave King, Greg Miller, Oliver White, Stan Pow, Bill Harris, Clare Douglas, Jon Gregory, Tariq Anwar, Bill Wright, Angus Newton, Chris Wimble, John Lee, Frank Riches

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