Description
Screenwriter Kay Mellor explores the legacy of Shelagh Delaney's play A Taste of Honey, fifty years after it first shocked and enthralled audiences.
The play brought social taboos and working-class reality to the London stage as never before.
Interviews with the original cast and archive material shed new light on the play's importance for the evolution of British theatre.

Broadcast Details

  • First broadcast 20080522

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