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A Breed of Heroes
Set in the 1970s, ‘’A Breed of Heroes’’ follows the deployment of young British Army officer Charles Thoroughgood on a four-month emergency tour of Northern Ireland. Charles is new to the army and the difficulty he has with adjusting to army life adds to the complications faced in Northern Ireland. Being an Oxford graduate at a time when over 90% of army officers were school leavers makes him a conspicuous target for his deranged Commanding Officer’s attention, as well as three to four years older than his fellow Second Lieutenants.
Don't Forget to Write!
The central character is George Maple who was formerly a successful playwright, but is now procrastinating, lacking self-confidence and suffering from writer's block. He is seen at home with his supportive wife Mabel. They are frequently visited by neighbour Tom Lawrence who is a confident, suave and successful playwright and cleaner Mrs Field
England, My England
It depicts the life of the composer Henry Purcell, seen through the eyes of a playwright in the 1960s who is trying to write a play about him.
Inspector Morse
A British detective drama television series based on a series of novels by Colin Dexter. It starred John Thaw as Chief Inspector Morse and Kevin Whately as Sergeant Lewis.
Kavanagh QC
The series starred John Thaw as barrister James Kavanagh QC, who comes from a working-class upbringing in Bolton, Greater Manchester. This is only discovered in later episodes as his parents' health deteriorates and through an exchange with a colleague who presumed that Kavanagh was actually a Yorkshireman. The series deals with his battles in the courtroom as well as his domestic dramas which include the death of his devoted and affectionate wife. Later he begins dating a fellow barrister. In court, Kavanagh is usually seen to be defending a client who seems likely to be convicted until a twist in the case occurs, but occasionally Kavanagh is seen in a prosecuting role. The main plot often features Kavanagh confronting cases with a subtext of racism, sexism or other prejudice. In sub-plots comedy came from the pomposity and self-absorption of Jeremy, a posh barrister in chambers. Kavanagh will not stand for injustice and is never bullied by threats or bribes from those whom he is up against in the courtroom.
Monsignor Renard
In 1940, Monsignor Renard arrives back in his hometown 20 years after leaving to join the Catholic Church. The village is filled with reminders of his former life, including Madeleine, his one time fiancée who has never forgiven him for choosing the church over her. The village is also occupied by Nazis preparing to invade England using the town as an embarkation point. Against this Renard performs his Ministry while being drawn ever deeper into the resistance movement
Red Monarch
A comedy based on The Red Monarch: Scenes From the Life of Stalin, a collection of short critical essays by the Russian dissident and former KGB agent Yuri Krotkov. It depicts Soviet politics and the interplay between Stalin and his lieutenants, particularly Beria, during the last years of Stalin's rule.
Sharpe's Company
Follows the career of Richard Sharpe, a British soldier during the Napoleonic Wars.
Sharpe's Regiment
It is 1813. The First Battalion of the South Essex Regiment has suffered terrible losses in the fighting in Spain and the entire regiment is in danger of being disbanded as a result. Major Sharpe (Sean Bean) and Sergeant Major Harper (Daragh O'Malley) are sent back to England to find out why replacements have not been sent. Sharpe is told that the Second Battalion of the South Essex is drawing pay for over 700 soldiers, but when he arrives at the Second Battalion's barracks, he finds only eleven men, even though there is regular recruiting for the regiment. Sharpe senses something is amiss and is determined to get to the bottom of things.
Sharpe's Waterloo
It follows the career of Richard Sharpe, a fictional British soldier during the Napoleonic Wars.
The text centres on the experiences of Robert Lawrence MC, an officer of the Scots Guards during the Falklands War of 1982. While fighting at the Battle of Mount Tumbledown, Lawrence is shot in the head by an Argentine sniper, and left paralysed on his left side. He then must learn to adjust to his new disability.
The play deals with the moral issues relating to the Vietnam War.
About the life of Wagner.

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Charles Wood s-a nascut la data de 6 august 1932 in St. Peter Port- Guernsey, Marea Britanie.

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