Three's Company is a 1958 comic opera by Antony Hopkins broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1958. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.It aired in Sydney on August 13, 1958.
The year 1956 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1956.
ABC Television is a service of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation launched in 1956. As a public service broadcaster, the ABC provides four non-commercial channels within Australia, and a partially advertising-funded satellite channel overseas. ABC is one of five main free-to-air networks in Australia.
Captain Carvallo is a traditional comedy play in three acts by Denis Cannan, telling the story of a philandering young army officer, Captain Carvallo.
Ending It was a 1939 BBC TV one-off play, written by Val Gielgud, and starring John Robinson, Joan Marion, and Dino Galvani. It was 30 minutes in duration. Broadcast live on 25 August 1939, it pre-dated methods to record live television and as such is lost.
Box for One is a live television play which has been presented three times, twice on British broadcaster BBC and once on Australian broadcaster ABC. It is a drama about a "spiv", and the entire 30-minute drama takes place in a London telephone box. It was written by Peter Brook.
Roundabout is a television movie, or rather a live television play, which aired on Australian television in 1957. Broadcast 4 January 1957 on ABC station ABV-2, it is notable as the first example of television drama produced in Melbourne.
Treason is a 1959 Australian television live drama, which aired on ABC. Originally broadcast 16 December 1959 in Melbourne, a kinescope ("telerecording") was made of the program and shown in Sydney on 13 January 1960. It was an adaptation of a stage play by Welsh writer Saunders Lewis, which had previously been adapted as an episode of BBC Sunday-Night Theatre.
His Excellency is a 1958 Australian television film. It was one of the earliest films made for Australian television. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
Killer in Close-Up was a blanket title covering four live television drama plays produced by the Australian Broadcasting Commission in 1957 and 1958. It could be seen as the first anthology series produced for Australian television. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
Dark Brown is an early Australian television film, broadcast during 1957 on ABC at a time when Australian drama production was relatively rare.
Citizen of Westminster is an early example of Australian television drama which aired on ABC. A one-off play set in England, it aired live on 8 October 1958 in Sydney, and kinescoped for showing in Melbourne on 30 November 1958. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
One Bright Day is a 1958 Australian television play. It aired on the ABC and was directed by Ray Menmuir. It aired as part of Monday Night Theatre.
Three Cornered Moon is a 1957 Australian television play starring James Condon. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
Murder Story is a 1958 Australian television play. It was based on a script by Ludovic Kennedy based on the Croydon roof top murder and starred Neva Carr-Glynn, John Ewart and Douglas Kelly. It was directed by Raymond Menmuir.
Small Victory is a 1958 television play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It was set during the Korean War. It was directed by William Sterling and was shot in Melbourne where it aired 26 March 1958.
The Public Prosecutor is a 1958 television play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It was set during the French Revolution and was based on a play by Fritz Hochwälder. It was shown live in Melbourne in July 1958 but did not screen in Sydney until 1960.
Gaslight is a 1958 television play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation based on the 1938 play Gas Light by Patrick Hamilton. It starred Beverley Dunn. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
Last Call is a 1958 Australian TV play set in a South American country. It was directed by Christopher Muir. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
The Governess is a 1958 television play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation based on a play by Patrick Hamilton, which had been performed several times on Australian radio. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.
Goodbye, Gloria, Hello! is a 1967 TV play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It ran for a little over an hour and aired on the ABC on 10 April, 1967. It was written by Peter Kenna.
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