Angry, Sexy And Working Class

Presented by CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON , this series is a tribute to the sexy 'angry young men', the working class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films from the late 50s and early 60

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Presented by CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON , this series is a tribute to the sexy 'angry young men', the working class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films from the late 50s and early 60

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02200706292/4. Christopher Eccleston pays tribute to the working-class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films in the late 1950s and early 60s. They appeared in classics such as Room at the Top, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, A Taste of Honey, This Sporting Life and Billy Liar.

Featuring interviews with Rita Tushingham, Shirley Anne Field, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, Dora Bryan, Albert Finney, David Storey, Wendy Craig, Ken Loach and legendary cinematographer Walter Lassally, among others.

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0320070706Eccleston looks at the ways in which the British New Wave cinema dealt with the issues of sex, marriage, unwanted pregnancy and homosexuality.

Christopher Eccleston presents a series paying tribute to the working-class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films in the late Fifties and early Sixties. They appeared in classics such as Room at the Top, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, A Taste of Honey, This Sporting Life and Billy Liar.

Featuring interviews with Rita Tushingham, Shirley Anne Field, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, Dora Bryan, Albert Finney, David Storey, Wendy Craig, Ken Loach and legendary cinematographer Walter Lassally.

3/4. Eccleston looks at the ways in which the British New Wave cinema dealt with the issues of sex, marriage, unwanted pregnancy and homosexuality.

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04 LAST20070713Eccleston explains how the British New Wave responded to growing affluence in Britain in the early to mid-Sixties. Ken Loach and actor Malcolm McDowell explain why the New Wave was a vitally important milestone in the history of British film.

Christopher Eccleston presents a series paying tribute to the working-class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films in the late Fifties and early Sixties. They appeared in classics such as Room at the Top, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, A Taste of Honey, This Sporting Life and Billy Liar.

Featuring interviews with Rita Tushingham, Shirley Anne Field, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, Dora Bryan, Albert Finney, David Storey, Wendy Craig, Ken Loach and legendary cinematographer Walter Lassally.

4/4. Eccleston explains how the British New Wave responded to growing affluence in Britain in the early to mid-Sixties. Ken Loach and actor Malcolm McDowell explain why the New Wave was a vitally important milestone in the history of British film.

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