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by Geoff Tibballs

ePub Brookside: Early Years, 1982-92 (A Channel Four book) download
Author:
Geoff Tibballs
ISBN13:
978-0752210513
ISBN:
0752210513
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Publisher:
Boxtree Ltd; Revised edition (August 31, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Television
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1410 kb
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1260 kb
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item 6 "Brookside": Early Years, 1982-92 (A Channel Fo. .Describing how the Channel 4 series Brookside is made, from script to screen, this book includes a month-by-month plot summary of its first ten years.by Tibballs, Geoff Paperback. It also has individual profiles of the main characters and the cast, and examines the reactions to the series from the press, public and industry.

Brookside": the Early Years (A Channel Four Book). Describing how the Channel 4 series "Brookside" is made, from script to screen, this book includes a month-by-month plot summary of its first ten years

Brookside": the Early Years (A Channel Four Book). Describing how the Channel 4 series "Brookside" is made, from script to screen, this book includes a month-by-month plot summary of its first ten years.

Further sections include: celebrities in "Brookside"; celebrities on "Brookside" (famous fans give their tributes to the show); house by house family trees; "Brookside vs the Press" (15 years of Britain's most controversial soap); and "The Writers' Meetings" - showing how an episode of "Brookside" is written and how a character's life and fate is decided. This amazing book takes us from the early days of Brookside right up until its later days when, it's faire to say, the series had run out of narrative steam somewhat.

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Brookside is a British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982 and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called Meadowcroft, the series was produced by Lime Pictures (then Mersey Television), and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978–2008) and Hollyoaks (1995–present).

series, on a range of sports including motor-racing and the Olympics. He also wrote Great Sporting Scandalspublished by Robson.

Brookside" was launched with Channel 4, and has pioneered new television practices and tackled a range of.

Brookside" was launched with Channel 4, and has pioneered new television practices and tackled a range of controversial social issues. This book marks the programme's first ten years, chronicling its background, the original aims of the series and its evolution. There is a month-by-month plot summary from the first episode, a detailed look at how the show is made, profiles of cast and characters, and a study of reaction from the Press, industry and public - including celebrity viewers. Format Hardback 128 pages.

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Describing how the Channel 4 series "Brookside" is made, from script to screen, this book includes a month-by-month plot summary of its first ten years. It also has individual profiles of the main characters and the cast, and examines the reactions to the series from the press, public and industry.