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Tony Garnett

British TV and film producer Tony Garnett is in conversation with Matthew Sweet about a career which encompasses the Wednesday Play for the BBC, This Life and Undercover.

British TV and film producer Tony Garnett is in conversation with Matthew Sweet about a career which straddles the Wednesday Play and the many films he worked on with Ken Loach for the BBC in the 1960s, including Up The Junction and Cathy Come Home through the late 1990s series This Life to Between the Lines and a forthcoming drama about police infiltration of British activist groups.

Tony Garnett's memoir is called The Day The Music Died.

Producer: Fiona McLean.

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45 minutes

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Actor Tony Garnett
Presenter Matthew Sweet
Producer Fiona McLean

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