Some Joe You Don't Know: An American Biographical Guide to 100 British Television Personalities

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Index
Abineri, Daniel, 154
Absolutely Fabulous, 155, 158, 218- 20, 249
Ackland, Joss, 192, 244
Adams, Douglas, 138
Adams, Trevor, 214
Adrian, Max, 114
The Adventures of Robin Hood, 83, 214
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 29, 134, 182
The Adventures of Sir Lancelot, 215
The Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel, 79-80
The Adventures of William Tell, 195
African Patrol, 100
After Henry, 227
After the War, 193, 212
Agatha Christie's "Sparkling Cyanide," 9
An Age of Kings, 15
Ain't Misbehavin', 57, 58
Airline, 164
Aitkens, Michael, 48, 145, 159
AJ Wentworth BA, 153
Alas Smith and Jones, 5, 157
Alderton, John, 125, 233
Aldridge, Michael, 135
Aldridge, Ronnie, 107
Alexander, Terence, 1-4, 40
Alexei Sayle's Stuff, 222
Alfresco, 147
Alice, 16, 200
All Aboard, 153
All Creatures Great and Small, 55, 87, 240-41
Allingham, Margery, 56
All in Good Faith, 30
The All New Alexei Sayle Show, 222
Altman, John, 36
Always on Sunday, 26
American Playhouse, 9, 231
Amory, Peter, 179
Amyes, Julian, 100
Anderson, Clive, 4-7
Anderson, Lindsay, 83, 153
Anderson, Rona, 125
Andrews, Anthony, 7-10, 138
Andrews, Harry, 40
And the Band Played On, 248
Annis, Francesca, 16, 39, 212
Another Audience with Dame Edna, 65
Anyone for Tennyson?, 168
The Appointment of Dennis Jennings, 11
The Archers, 181
Are You Being Served?, 121, 154, 157, 203, 204-6, 232-33, 237, 239
Around the World in 80 Days, 53, 189
Asherson, Renee, 47, 244

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • A 1
  • B 13
  • C 39
  • D 55
  • E 59
  • F 67
  • G 75
  • H 85
  • Bibliography 117
  • I 121
  • J 123
  • K 141
  • L 147
  • M 161
  • Bibliography 181
  • O 191
  • P 193
  • R 203
  • Bibliography 232
  • T 235
  • W 243
  • General Bibliography 257
  • Index 259
  • About the Author 273
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