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Cathy Come Home is a BBC television play by Jeremy Sandford, produced by Tony Garnett and directed by Ken Loach, about homelessness. A Plot - Reception - Production - Broadcast history and. 31 Jul Sunday saw the BBC's 50th anniversary screening of the landmark film Cathy Come Home, written by Jeremy Sandford and directed by Ken. 2 May - 77 min - Uploaded by Maximilian Wittlich Cathy Come Home ( - English with English subtitles) . And this year, , exactly
16 Nov Fifty years ago today, approximately 12 million viewers tuned in to BBC1 on UK television to watch Cathy Come Home. They would have had. 3 Nov If there truly was a golden age of British television, as opposed to a romanticised reflection on its formative years, Cathy Come Home. The controversy generated by Cathy Come Home led to public outrage at the state of housing in Britain, and gave a welcome boost to the (coincidental) launch .
21 Nov RARELY has a television drama made such an impact on the British public as Cathy Come Home. Last Wednesday marked 50 years since the. Drama Cathy loses her home, husband and eventually her child through the inflexibility of the British The Wednesday Play: Cathy Come Home (). 2 May From the BBC's influential 'Wednesday Play' series. This tells the bleak tale of Cathy, who loses her home, husband and eventually her child. Landmark s TV play about a young couple and their children who are cruelly overtaken by events which lead them into an unrelenting trap of debt. 12 Jan This is the desperate spiral depicted in Ken Loach's influential film, Cathy Come Home. First aired 50 years ago, the drama offers a graphic.
Cathy Come Home was screened by BBC1 on 16 December , within the regular Wednesday Play slot. The program is a "drama-documentary" concerning . It is 45 years since a BBC TV drama changed British ideas about homelessness. 29 Jan - 2 min This month we're screening a 16mm print of Ken Loach's () gritty, documentary style. At a time when Ken Loach's Palme d'Or-winning I, Daniel Blake takes aim at the current state of welfare in Britain, we revisit his influential TV drama Cathy Come .