Dramarama

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Dramarama was a British children's anthology series broadcast on ITV between 1983 and 1989. The series tended to feature single dramas with a science fiction, supernatural and occasionally satirical theme. It was created by Anna Home, then head of... read more

Dramarama was a British children's anthology series broadcast on ITV between 1983 and 1989. The series tended to feature single dramas with a science fiction, supernatural and occasionally satirical theme. It was created by Anna Home, then head of children's and youth programming at TVS; however, the dramas themselves were produced by a total of twelve ITV regional companies. Thus, each episode was in practice a one-off production with its own cast and crew, up to and including the executive producer.

Original Release

09/12/1983

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Codzmorf Monday, 12 June 1989
2 Ghost Story Monday, 19 June 1989
3 Badger Monday, 26 June 1989
4 Back to Front Monday, 03 July 1989
5 Monstrous Monday, 10 July 1989
6 The Pisces Connection Monday, 17 July 1989
7 Rosie the Great Monday, 24 July 1989
8 Snakes & Loofahs Monday, 31 July 1989
9 Just Wild About Harry Monday, 07 August 1989
10 Mitchin' Monday, 14 August 1989
11 In the Pink Monday, 21 August 1989
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Directors

Geoff Husson, Haldane Duncan, Alistair Clarke, Diarmuid Lawrence, Roger Cheveley, Michael Kerrigan, Pennant Roberts, Kay Patrick, Kenneth Price, Terry Miller, Terry Harding, John Darnell, Peter Tabern, Richard Bramall, J. Nigel Pickard, Renny Rye, Gareth Morgan, David Andrews, Alister Hallum, Peter Grimwade, Fiona Cumming, Rod Natkiel, Stephen Butcher, David Crozier, Tony Kysh, Peter Duguid, Keith Washington, Oliver Horsbrugh, Neville Green, Jim McGann, Christopher Barry, Mike Holgate, John Woods, Spencer Campbell, John Michael Phillips, Michael Winterbottom, Julian Jarrold, Andrew Morgan, Patrick Lau, Mike Healey, Jim McCann, Vic Hughes, Andrew Gardner, Patrick Titley, Mike Connor

Writers

Grazyna Monvid, Nigel Baldwin, David Blake, Alan Banham, Nigel Crowle, Janice Hally, James Graham, Harry Duffin, Anthony Horowitz, Nick McCarty, Adele Rose, Kay Mellor, Alex Norton, Dave Sheasby, Janey Preger, Ann-Marie di Mambro, Jane Hollowood, Matthew Bardsley, Peter Grimwade, Valerie Georgeson, Gary Hopkins, Jenny McDade, Maggie Wadey, Dave Humphries, Gerry Huxham, Paul Abbott, David Stafford, John Chambers, Jan Mark, Tony Allen, James Andrew Hall, Tony Haase, Ben Steed, Richard Morss, Tessa Krailing, Jean Ure, John Fox, James Doran, Janni Howker, Alan England, Andy Smith, Robin Driscoll, Donald Churchill, Brian Trueman, Peter Corey, Trevor Preston, Bill Oddie, George Markstein, Dennis Spooner, Glenn Chandler, Brian Finch, Gail Renard, Laura Beaumont, George Orwell, Geoffrey Case, Mark Everest, Stuart Hepburn, Polly Churchill, Jan Needle, Yogesh Asthana, Jon Blake, Michael Bartlett, Andy Robson, Richard Cooper, Margaret Mahy, John Herriman, Brian McAvera, Peter Cave, Linda Hoy, Robert Forrest, Ken Robinson, Colin Davis, Charlotte Keatley, Richard Marsh, Claud Holmes

Cast

Producers

Pamela Lonsdale Executive Producer
Alan Horrox Executive Producer
Anna Home Executive Producer
Brian Walcroft Executive Producer
Lewis Rudd Executive Producer
David Liddiment Executive Producer
J. Nigel Pickard Executive Producer
J. Brian Waddell Executive Producer
Geoff Husson Producer
Sheila Kinany Producer
John Dale Producer
Robert Love Producer
Stephen Butcher Producer
Richard J. Staniforth Producer
Alistair Clarke Producer
Peter Miller Producer
Gareth Morgan Producer
Pamela Lonsdale Producer
Peter Tabern Producer
Roger Cheveley Producer
Patrick Titley Producer

Editors

John Price, Nigel Bell, Grant Goodwin, Mycal Miller, Dave Lewinton, Ray Ball, Colin Bocking, Graham Thompson, Roderic Cooke, Richard Bradley, John McCarthy, Pat Devine

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