Ken Loach

Standard Name: Loach, Ken


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Intertextuality and Influence Ali Smith
Into this family scene enters Scottish stranger Amber Macdonald, whom the reader has previously encountered in the novel's prefatory disembodied voice recounting her conception at the former Alhambra theatre in Glasgow. This occurred during...
Textual Production Nell Dunn
ND adapted her own fiction volume Up the Junction for television (the BBC 's Wednesday Play series) under the directorship of Ken Loach .
“Nell Dunn”. Alan Brodie Representation: Clients.
Gilbey, Ryan. “Putting the Manifesto before the Movie”. London Review of Books, pp. 34-5.
Textual Production Nell Dunn
ND 's Poor Cow, like her previous novel, was adapted first for television and then as a film by director Ken Loach , with her own screenplay.
“Nell Dunn”. Alan Brodie Representation: Clients.
Parker, Peter, editor. The Reader’s Companion to Twentieth-Century Writers. Fourth Estate and Helicon.
Textual Production Nell Dunn
The critical opinion that ND belonged to the school of Angry Young Men associated her with Alan Sillitoe , John Osborne , and John Braine .
Drabble, Margaret, and Nell Dunn. “Introduction”. Poor Cow, Virago, p. xi - xvi.
The fact that these were each, in different...


16 December 1966: The BBC screened its famous Wednesday play...

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16 December 1966

The BBC screened its famous Wednesday playCathy Come Home, a drama about a homeless family written by Jeremy Sandford (husband of Nell Dunn ), produced by Tony Garnett , and directed by Ken Loach .


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