Issue Details: First known date: 1972... 1972 Take One : A Selection of Award-winning Australian Radio and Television Scripts
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  • The scripts contained in this book have all won Australian Writers Guild awards.
  • Script have been introduced by each work's named scriptwriter.


* Contents derived from the Milton, Milton - Toowong area, Brisbane - North West, Brisbane, Queensland,: Jacaranda Press , 1972 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Cage a Tame Tiger, Colin Free , 1967 single work film/TV detective crime

'Convicting Martin "Tiger' Fly, a known Kings Cross drug pedlar, is a personal challenge to Chief Inspector Ted Hallam. While the Customs Special Branch are convinced that Fly is obtaining drugs from merchant seamen, their frequent raids have never actually found him in possession of any drugs. Mardi Shiel is used as part of the investigation that leads to an exotic Chinese dancer, a well-endowed prostitute, and a frightened Melbourne businessman.'

Source: Storey, Don. Classic Australian Television. (Sighted 13/9/11)

(p. 1-50)
You Can't See Round Corners [Episode 1], Richard Lane , 1967 single work film/TV crime

The first episode of You Can't See Round Corners.

(p. 51-81)
A Ride on the Big Dipper, Ron Harrison , 1968 single work radio play (p. 83-120)
This Is the Way We Stamp Our Feet, Jocelyn Smith , 1968 single work radio play satire

The radio production of This Is the Way We Stamp Our Feet.

(p. 121-144)
Fiends of the Family, Pat Flower , 1968 single work film/TV crime

Three middle-aged sisters are repressed by their mother, but how long can this last?

(p. 145-210)
Everyone Knows Charlie, John Dingwall , 1969 single work film/TV crime

'A group of pensioners in an old people's home are secretly engaged in earning extra money to supplement their pensions. When one of their number, Charlie Cook, is found dead, they dispose of the body for fear that a police investigation would expose their activities and land them in trouble with the Taxation Department.'

Source: Classic Australian Television. (Sighted: 11/6/2013)

(p. 210-ff.)

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