The Undiscovered Peter Cook
Documentary about one of Britain's greatest satirists, Peter Cook, with unprecedented access to his private recordings, diaries, letters, photographs and much more.
Following the death of one of Britain's greatest satirists, Peter Cook, in 1995, his widow Lin locked the door of his house and refused all access to the media - until more than twenty years later, when she invited her friend Victor Lewis-Smith and a BBC crew inside to make a documentary about the man she knew and loved, with unprecedented access to Peter's private recordings, diaries, letters, photographs and much more.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Caroline Wright|
|Production Company||Associated Rediffusion Production|