Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965–1973)
7 Oct. 1968Something to Hide: The First Floor
21 Oct. 1968Something to Hide: The Caretaker's Flat
23 Dec. 1968Swallowing the Anchor
Commander Dusting is used to commanding men and having his slightest wish obeyed. So it comes as a great shock when he suddenly finds himself redundant.
6 Jan. 1969Where Have They Gone, All the Little Children
13 Jan. 1969Absolute Aggers and Torters
A young couple like to change their clothes and personalities to suit the people they've invited to dinner. But one night they forget who their guests are going to be.
20 Jan. 1969These Men Are Dangerous: Mussolini
27 Jan. 1969These Men Are Dangerous: Hitler
3 Feb. 1969These Men Are Dangerous: Stalin
20 Mar. 1969The Victims: A Degree of Stress
10 Apr. 1969Invasion
A small group of middle class people are sitting around a table in a windowless room enjoying a dinner party as the TV in the corner reports on events in the Vietnam War. Their trivial chatter, one by one, bores people at the dinner party, who turn their attention to the TV and become encapsulated by the horror of the war and the dinner party continues despite, one by one, each diner being overwhelmed by war scenes and is next seen dead in their seat in the same way as a Vietnamese war victim; meanwhile the babble continues and the guest's demise passes unnoticed, ...
22 May 1969...And Was Invited to Form a Government