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Bibliography: Tony Garnett

Compiled by Karen Shepherdson

 

 

Useful Texts, Academic Papers, Articles and Interviews:

Bignall, J., Lacey, S., Macmurraugh-Kavanagh, M. (eds.), British Television Drama, Past, Present and Future, Basingstoke, Palgrave.

Bream, P. [1972], ‘Spreading Wings at Kestrel’, Films and Filming, 18:6, March, 36-40 Buckley, P. [1972], “Family Life”, Films and Filming 18: 5, [February], 52 – 54. Davies, B. [1970], “Kes”, Monthly Film Bulletin, 37: 435, April: 74-75. Downs, C. [1980], ‘Producers Profile: Tony Garnett’, AIP&Co., April, No.25, 21-22. Eimer, D., [1976], ‘Family Life in the making’. Jump Cut, 10/11, Summer: 41 – 45. Fuller, G. [ed.], [1998], Loach on Loach, London: Faber and Faber.

Garnett, T. [1965], ‘Up the Junction by Nell Dunn’, Radio Times 169: 28/10/65 – 05/11/65: 45.

Garnett, T. et. a!. [1966], ‘Film versus Tape in Television Drama’, Journal of the Society of Film and Television Arts, Spring, 25.

Garnett, T. [1998], ‘Recipe for a Dust-up’, Sight and Sound, 13-15.

Garnett, T. [2000], ‘Contexts’ in Bignall, J., Lacey, S., Macmurraugh-Kavanagh, M. (eds.), British Television Drama, Past, Present and Future, Basingstoke, Palgrave.

‘”The Interview: Tony Garnett”, Afterimage, April, 1970.

McKnight, G. [ed.], [1997], Agent of Challenge and Defiance: The Films of Ken Loach, Trowbridge, Flicks Books.

Holmstrom, J. “Dockers Arise”, New Statesman 77:1981 [28/02/69]: 304 – 305.

Hudson, R. [1972], ‘Television in Britain: Description and Dissent, Interviews with Tony Garnett and John Gould’, Theatre Quarterly, 2:6, April-June, 18-25.

Ibberson, J. [1969], “Kes”, Sight & Sound, 38: 4 [Autumn]: 214.

Levin, R.G., [1971], ‘Tony Garnett and Ken Loach’, in Documentary Explorations: 15 Interviews with Film-makers, New York: Doubleday and Company.

Lipman, A. [1990], Tony Come Home’, Producer, 11: Spring, 9-11.

McArthur, C. [1975], “Days of Hope?, Screen, 16:4, 139-44; also in Bennett et a! [eds.], [1981 ] Popular Television and Film: A Reader, London: Open University / BFI.

McAsh, I.F., [1980], “Total commitment to a non-star system”. Screen International230, 1- 8/03/80: 15.  BLACKJACK

MacCabe, C. [1976], “Days of Hope- A Response to Colin McArthur”, Screen,

17:1, 98-101; also in Bennett et al. [eds.j, [1981] Popular Television and Film: A Reader,

London: Open University / BFI.

MacCabe, C. [1977], ‘Memory, phantasy, identity: Days of Hope and the politics of the past’, Edinburgh ’77 Magazine, Edinburgh International Film Festival, 1977; also in Bennett etai. [eds.], [1981] Popular Television and Film: A Reader, London: Open University / BFI.

McGrath, J. [1977], ‘TV drama: the case against naturalism’. Sight & Sound, Spring, 100-5. THE PRICE OF COAL

McKnight, G. [ed.], [1997], Agent of Challenge and Defiance: The Films of Ken Loach, Trowbridge, Flicks Books.

Macmurraugh-Kavanagh, M. [1997], ‘Drama into news: strategies of intervention in ‘The Wednesday Play’, Screen, 38:3, 247-259.

Macmurraugh-Kavanagh, M. [1997/8], The BBC Wednesday Play 1964-1970, Researching and interpreting a formative moment in British television drama’, Media Education Journal, 7, Winter, 10-14.

Martin, T.K.. [1965-66], ‘Up The Junction and After’, Contrast, Winter – Spring, 137 – 9.

Mills, B. [1975], ‘”Days of Hope’ – going to extremes”, The Listener93: 2423, 11/09/75: 337 -338.

Nash, M. and Neale, S. [1977-78], “Reports from the Edinburgh Festival: Film: ‘History/ Production / Memory'”, Screen 18: 4, Winter 1977-78: 77 – 91. DAYS OF HOPE

Orbanz, E. [1977], Journey to a Legend and Back: The British Realistic Film, Berlin: Volker Press. [Includes an interview with Tony Garnett. 63-76 and Jim Allen. 151 – 159],

Purser, A. [1970], ‘In at the birth of Kestrel Productions’, interview with Kennith Trodd, Stage & Television Today, 25/06/70.

Quart, L. [1980], ‘A Fidelity to the Real: An Interview with Ken Loach and Tony Garnett’, Cineaste, 4:Autumn, 26-29.

Sandford, J. [1973], ‘Edna and Cathy: Just Huge Commercials’ Theatre Quarterly, 3:10, April-June, 79-85.

Sandford, J. [1976], Cathy Come Home, London: Marion Boyars.

Saynor, J. [1993], ‘Imagined Communities’, Sight and Sound, 3:12, 11-13.

Stevens, T. [1978], “Reading the Realist Film”, Screen Education 26, Spring 1978: 13 – 34. DAYS OF HOPE

Stevenson, W. [1973], “Kes and the Press”, Cinema Journal 12:2 [Spring]: 48-55.

Taylor, J.R. [1970], The Kes Dossier’, Sight and Sound, 39:3, 130-131.

Vaines, C. [1978], “Garnett’s sunny interval”, Screen International, 167, 2-8/12/78:17.

Williams, J. [4/10/70], Tony Garnett: Producer’, Films in London, 2:35, 559. Wilson, D. [1971/72], “Family Life”, Sight & Sound41:1 [Winter 1971/72], 50-51.

Wilson, D. [1975], “Days of Hope”, Sight & Sound44: 3, Summer 1975: 160. Wilson, D. [1980], “Blackjack”, Sight & Sound 49: 2, Spring 1980: 126-127.

Unauthored Articles re Days of Hope.

“Days of Hope – Going to Extremes”, The Listener, 11 September 1975.

“Jim Allen meets His Critics, [edited transcript from Tonight’ Programme]”, The Listener, 9 October 1975.

“Where was the Army’s heroism?”. Radio Times 208: 2708, 4 – 10/10/75: 65 [letters with a response from Tony Garnett].            DAYS OF HOPE

“Did Garnett tell it as it was?”, Radio Times, 209: 2711, 25-31/10/75: 65 [letters]. DAYS OF HOPE

“History guise charge against TV ‘Days'”, Screen International, 9, 01/11/75:14. DAYS OF HOPE

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