Play for Today review project

This page will eventually index the reviews on this blog of the plays presented by the BBC on ‘Play for Today’. This is not a comprehensive list of all plays in the series.

If you wish to see more of these released to DVD or repeated on television, sign this petition.

Play for Today: 84 Charing Cross Road
Play for Today: A Coming of Terms for Billy
Play for Today: A Follower for Emily
Play for Today: A Hole in Babylon
Play for Today: All Good Men
Play for Today: A Matter of Choice for Billy
Play for Today: A Photograph
Play for Today: A Walk in the Forest
Play for Today: Abigail’s Party
Play for Today: Angels Are So Few
Play for Today: Another Flip for Dominick
Play for Today: Bar Mitzvah Boy
Play for Today: Beloved Enemy
Play for Today: Blooming Youth
Play for Today: Brassneck
Play for Today: Brimstone and Treacle
Play for Today: Comedians
Play for Today: Destiny
Play for Today: Dinner at the Sporting Club
Play for Today: Dogends
Play for Today: Double Dare
Play for Today: Dreams of Leaving
Play for Today: Edna, the Inebriate Woman
Play for Today: Evelyn
Play for Today: Flipside of Dominick Hide, The
Play for Today: Four Days in July
Play for Today: Foxtrot
Play for Today: Funny Farm
Play for Today: Gangsters
Play for Today: Hard Labour
Play for Today: Headmaster
Play for Today: Home
Play for Today: Home Sweet Home
Play for Today: Intensive Care
Play for Today: Joe’s Ark
Play for Today: Just a Boy’s Game
Play for Today: Just Another Saturday
Play for Today: Just Your Luck
Play for Today: Kisses at Fifty
Play for Today: Land of Green Ginger
Play for Today: Leeds United
Play for Today: Licking Hitler
Play for Today: Long Distance Information
Play for Today: Nina
Play for Today: Nuts in May
Play for Today: O Fat White Woman
Play for Today: Only Make Believe
Play for Today: Penda’s Fen
Play for Today: Plaintiffs and Defendants
Play for Today: Psy-Warriors
Play for Today: Rainy Day Women
Play for Today: Rank and File
Play for Today: Red Shift
Play for Today: Robin Redbreast
Play for Today: Rumpole of the Bailey
Play for Today: Schmoedipus
Play for Today: Scum
Play for Today: Soft Targets
Play for Today: Speech Day
Play for Today: Spend, Spend, Spend
Play for Today: Stockers Copper
Play for Today: Stronger Than The Sun
Play for Today: Sunset Across The Bay
Play for Today: The Black Stuff
Play for Today: The Cheviot, The Stag and the Black Black Oil
Play for Today: The Country Party
Play for Today: The Elephant’s Graveyard
Play for Today: The Fishing Party
Play for Today: The General’s Day
Play for Today: The Happy Hunting Ground
Play for Today: The Imitation Game
Play for Today: The Kiss of Death
Play for Today: The Lie
Play for Today: The Long Distance Piano Player
Play for Today: The Muscle Market
Play for Today: The Operation
Play for Today: The Rainbirds
Play for Today: The Reporters
Play for Today: The Saturday Party
Play for Today: The Slab Boys
Play for Today: The Spongers
Play for Today: Through the Night
Play for Today: Too Late To Talk To Billy
Play for Today: Traitor
Play for Today: Two Sundays
Play for Today: Vampires
Play for Today: Who’s Who
Play for Today: Z for Zachariah


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