TV & Film
219. Play for Today (with Emily Benita)
On this week's episode, Ed and Emily talk about Play for Today, the BBC's long-running anthology series which provided a platform for some of the best British actors, writers and directors of the '70s and '80s to create exciting, innovative works. They discuss some of the most (in)famous instalments (including Ken Loach's The Price of Coal, Mike Leigh's Nuts in May and Abigail's Party, Alan Clarke's Scum, and Dennis Potter's Brimstone and Treacle) and whether the series left a lasting legacy beyond the careers of the people (but mostly men) who worked on it.
00:00:00 - 00:16:29 - Intro & News
00:16:30 - 00:54:21 - Ed & Emily talk about Play for Today
00:54:22 - 00:59:15 - SRS Recommends & Outro
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