Letters to the Editor - May 2015

Michael Morley et al.
Published in May 2015, no. 371


Dear Editor,

While history and memory and the memory of history all seem to get shorter and shorter every decade, it’s a little surprising that neither James McNamara’s informative essay (ABR, April 2014), nor one of your commentators, could have found space for even a brief mention of the one writer for television who really does deserve the term auteur – Dennis Potter.

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Published in May 2015, no. 371

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