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Maureen Lipman talks about new play When We Are Married

Veteran stage and screen actress Maureen Lipman talks the BBC's Andrew Marr about her new West End play When We Are Married.

It's written by wartime playwright JB Priestley who broadcast most Sunday nights during 1940 and 1941, drawing peak audiences of 16 million - only Churchill was more popular.

In recent times, Priestley's plays have enjoyed a major revival, An Inspector Calls was one of the biggest box office smashes in British theatre history.

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