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Split! By Roy Bettridge
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Mark and Jennifer are married. He is a builder. She is an accountant. Life is happy until an accident at the job site causes Mark to behave strangely. The marriage becomes troubled. But does The... More > Avengers hold the key to the salvation of their love and their marriage?< Less
Split! By Roy Bettridge
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Mark and Jennifer are married. He is a builder. She is an accountant. Life is happy until an accident at the job site causes Mark to behave strangely. The marriage becomes troubled. But does The... More > Avengers hold the key to the salvation of their love and their marriage?< Less
Look (Stop Me If You've Heard This One...) But There Was This TV Show By Roy Bettridge
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The Avengers was a classic television show that lighted the sixties from 1961 to 1969. Its repeat runs have garnered a mass of fans. One such fan is Chris. He's a regular man and has had what... More > everyone would call a regular life. But on one of these regular days, The Avengers burst into his world and set him on an interesting course that would lead him not only to a deep affection for the show as a fan but also towards a possible career. This semi-autobiographical work of fiction is fascinating reading from beginning to end.< Less
Look (Stop Me If You've Heard This One...) But There Was This TV Show By Roy Bettridge
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The Avengers was a classic television show that lighted the sixties from 1961 to 1969. Its repeat runs have garnered a mass of fans. One such fan is Chris. He's a regular man and has had what... More > everyone would call a regular life. But on one of these regular days, The Avengers burst into his world and set him on an interesting course that would lead him not only to a deep affection for the show as a fan but also towards a possible career. This semi-autobiographical work of fiction is fascinating reading from beginning to end.< Less
My Wildest Dream By Roy Bettridge
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William Anderson has just turned 75. His family hardly see him apart from his grandson David, with whom he shares a unique bond. But as David begins to see his grandfather feel his age, a certain TV... More > show rekindles William’s youthful spirit, deepening the bond between them – but also unearthing some hidden secrets.< Less
Quite Quite Fantastic! The Avengers for Modern Viewers By Michael Scott Phillips
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Based on the popular website, this exciting new volume examines the classic television programs, The Avengers and The New Avengers. Quite Quite Fantastic! provides insight into the behind-the-scenes... More > production of both programs and their relevance to viewers today. Each episode is reviewed and analyzed, and the main characters and actors are profiled in depth. Plus, mini-biographies of dozens of guest actors, directors and writers are included. And the long-missing Season One is reconstructed with a special look at the newly recovered episode “Tunnel of Fear”!< Less
Michael J Bird - The life and work of the man who created The Lotus Eaters By David Rice
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Early in 1973 a group were on Crete filming a BBC drama series The Lotus Eaters. The star, Ian Hendry, was an alcoholic and at times difficult to handle. He was refusing to rehearse a crucial... More > scene. The director turned to the series' writer and creator, Michael J. Bird, for help. Bird disappeared and returned with a shotgun, which he pointed at Hendry. The actor, for once, was lost for words. Trying to stare down Bird didn't work, the writer was on higher ground, and the shotgun in his hands looked very much part of him. The director remembered tales of Bird's wartime service as a spook. Hendry must have heard the same tales: he picked up his script and continued as though nothing had happened. The director believes it was not fear that made the actor change his stance - it was Bird's showmanship and mysterious past which Hendry, an artist of considerable talent, appreciated. The cast and crew were in no doubt. Michael Bird was more than the average television writer. < Less
Michael J Bird : The Life and Work of the Man Who Created The Lotus Eaters By David Rice
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Early in 1973 a group were on Crete filming a BBC drama series The Lotus Eaters. The star, Ian Hendry, was an alcoholic and at times difficult to handle. He was refusing to rehearse a crucial... More > scene. The director turned to the series' writer and creator, Michael J. Bird, for help. Bird disappeared and returned with a shotgun, which he pointed at Hendry. The actor, for once, was lost for words. Trying to stare down Bird didn't work, the writer was on higher ground, and the shotgun in his hands looked very much part of him. The director remembered tales of Bird's wartime service as a spook. Hendry must have heard the same tales: he picked up his script and continued as though nothing had happened. The director believes it was not fear that made the actor change his stance - it was Bird's showmanship and mysterious past which Hendry, an artist of considerable talent, appreciated. The cast and crew were in no doubt. Michael Bird was more than the average television writer.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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