27 Aug 2011 The Day Off, by writing team Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, was unearthed thing they ever wrote," said Christopher Stevens, the author and journalist Galton and Simpson, The Masters of Sitcom: From Hancock to Steptoe, Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. 27 Aug 2011 16:21.

[(The Masters of Sitcom: From Hancock to Steptoe)] [ By (author) Christopher Stevens, Contributions by Alan Simpson, Contributions by Ray Galton ] [November, 2011]

29 Jan 2012 Christopher Stevens recounts his part in the rediscovery of a lost The film script is called The Day Off, and it was written for him by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson in 1961, Tom Goodman Hill will play Hancock, with sitcom veteran Suzy created one of the greatest sitcoms of them all, Steptoe And Son,  Encyclopedia of Television: 004 - PDF Free Download M U S E U M O F B R O A D C A S T C O M M U N I C A T I O N S TELEVISION Encyclopedia of Second Edition M U Author: Fitzroy Dearborn 

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29 Jan 2012 Christopher Stevens recounts his part in the rediscovery of a lost The film script is called The Day Off, and it was written for him by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson in 1961, Tom Goodman Hill will play Hancock, with sitcom veteran Suzy created one of the greatest sitcoms of them all, Steptoe And Son, 

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27 Aug 2011 The Day Off, by writing team Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, was unearthed thing they ever wrote," said Christopher Stevens, the author and journalist Galton and Simpson, The Masters of Sitcom: From Hancock to Steptoe, Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. 27 Aug 2011 16:21. Hancock's half-finished: how Galton and Simpson revived ... 22 Jan 2012 Ray Galton and Alan Simpson reveal why The Day Off is now back on. turned us down at that point we'd never have written Steptoe and Son. filing cabinet in Ray's basement for almost 50 years, until Christopher Stevens The Masters of Sitcom. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable.

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