24-Hour Call: Love for Caroline 1963

 

Director: Peter Sasdy

 

Writer: Lewis Greifer

Rôle: Sam Bullivant

Broadcast: 23 June 1963 ATV

Synopsis: This ATV drama series was a spin-off from the popular Call Oxbridge 2000, which was itself an extension of Emergency – Ward 10.

Dr Bennett (Godfrey Quigley) headed up a rescue squad with Dr Hamilton (Geoffrey Frederick), Dr Murray (Andrew Downie) and Dr Curtis (Scott Forbes). The four doctors worked rotating shifts to be available 24 hours a day.

Comment: This episode featured Marius as Sam Bullivant, a ballet teacher, in the very last episode of this series.

Availability: It is unknown if a copy exists of this episode.

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First Night:

The Youngest Profession 1963

 

Director: Alan Bridges

 

Writer: John Elliot

Rôle: Grieve Wishart

Broadcast: 27 October 1963 BBCTV

Synopsis: Examining the personalities in a public relations firm.

Availability: It is unknown if a copy exists of this episode, but knowing the BBC's wiping policy, it is very doubtful that a copy exists in the BBC archives.

The Youngest Profession article in the Coventry Evening Telegraph 26 October 1963
The Youngest Profession review by Ray Seaton in the Leicester Evening Mail 28 October 1963
The Youngest Profession review by Mary Crozier in The Guardian 28 October 1963
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The Youngest Profession review in The Times 28 October 1963
The Youngest Profession review in the Belfast Telegraph 28 October 1963
The Youngest Profession review by Bernard Hollowood in Punch 13 November 1963

Love Story: In Loving Memory 1964

 

Director: Peter Collinson

 

Writer: Brian Clemens

Rôle: Robert Langley

Broadcast: 28 July 1964 ATV

Synopsis: Robert Langley (Marius Goring), successful and recently widowed, returns from a memorial service held for his wife. He finds a woman waiting for him at home. He recognises her as Jane Bridges (Elizabeth Sellars), the woman with whom he had been in love twenty years before. Jane tells him she has returned on a sentimental journey from America, where she was recently bereaved. Her husband has left her well-to-do and independent. She invites Robert to dinner, preparing to act out the lie she has begun. She has never been married, and she is not wealthy.

Availability: Not available on DVD as yet but a copy of this episode does exist in the ITV archives and can be purchased from them.

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Love Story - In Loving Memory article in the Daily Mirror 28 July 1964
Love Story - In Loving Memory article in the Coventry Evening Telegraph 28 July 1964
Love Story- In Loving Memory review by Richard Sear in the Daily Mirror 29 July 1964