Home Alan Bennett The Complete Talking Heads. This collection includes the first and second series of Talking Heads, twelve monologues in all, together with the introductions I wrote for each series.
Home Alan Bennett The Complete Talking Heads. The complete talking he. .The Complete Talking Heads, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21. In memory of Innes Lloyd. However, it seems appropriate to include with them an earlier monologue, A Woman of No Importance, which was first televised in 1982 and for which I did this introduction.
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Alan Bennett is a renowned playwright, essayist, and storywriter, whose screenplay for The Madness of King George was nominated for an Academy Award. He is also the author of The Clothes They Stood Up In, The Laying On of Hands, and Writing Home.
Talking Heads is a series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by British playwright Alan Bennett. The two series were first broadcast in 1988 and 1998, and have since been broadcast on BBC Radio and included on the A-level and GCSE English Literature syllabus. A West End theatre production, also entitled Talking Heads, opened at the Comedy Theatre in January 1992 for a 10-week season, starring Patricia Routledge and Alan Bennett, who also directed, plus piano interludes by Jeremy Sams.
The Complete Talking Heads (2010). Authors: Bennett, Alan.
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The Complete Talking Heads book. Alan Bennett in his "Talking Heads" series assumes the task of the portraitist, a task which calls for honesty, empathy and style (for after all, it must be entertaining)
The Complete Talking Heads book. Alan Bennett in his "Talking Heads" series assumes the task of the portraitist, a task which calls for honesty, empathy and style (for after all, it must be entertaining). He does all of these things fairly well, but the monologues lack excitement. There's a reason talking heads are the bane of any cinematographer, and while Bennett's attempt to revolutionize the medium is nobel, it fails to completely hold the viewer (or in this case reader's) attention.
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Alan Bennett's much-loved collection of monologues, giving us a glimpse in to the lives of six ordinary British people. 1 - Talking about Talking Heads. 2 - A Chip in the Sugar read by Alan Bennett. Life for Graham and his elderly mother has settled into a comfortable pattern when a face from the past appears to threaten his peace of mind. 3 - A Lady of Letters read by Patricia Routledge. Irene thinks 'corresponding' is every citizen's right in a free society, but she gets her first taste of real freedom in the most unlikely place
The complete audio collection of Alan Bennett's celebrated monologues, published together for the first time and performed by some of Britain's best actors.
The complete audio collection of Alan Bennett's celebrated monologues, published together for the first time and performed by some of Britain's best actors. The Talking Heads monologues are widely regarded as one of Alan Bennett's finest dramatic achievements. First broadcast on BBC TV and BBC Radio 4 in the 1980s and 1990s, they won a host of awards and huge popular acclaim, and remain among his most admired works today. This collection includes all twelve Talking Heads, plus the precursor of that series, A Woman of No Importance.