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Issue Details: First known date: 1967... 1967 Construction
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According to advertisements, 'Construction's theme is people's inability to communicate'.

Source:

[Advertisement], Canberra Times, 11 October 1967, p.24.

Notes

  • Television play.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Sydney, New South Wales,: ABC Television , 1967 .
      Extent: 30minp.
      Series: form y separately published work icon Love and War Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Commission , 1967 8109347 1967 series - publisher film/TV

      A series of television plays, based around the theme of 'love and war'. All of the self-contained episodes were produced at the ABC's Gore Hill studios by John Croyston, but not all of them were written by Australian script-writers.

      Only those works by Australian script-writers are individually indexed on AustLit. The full list of episodes and broadcast dates is as follows:

      1. Man of Destiny (George Bernard Shaw): 6 September 1967

      2. Sergeant Musgrave's Dance (John Arden): 13 September 1967

      3. O'Flaherty VC (George Bernard Shaw): 18 September 1967

      4. The Brass Butterfly (William Golding): 27 September 1967

      5. Intersection (Michael Boddy): 4 October 1967

      6. Construction (John Croyston): 11 October 1967

      Number in series: 6

      Holdings

      Held at: National Archives of Australia National Archives Library
      Location: SP1097/1
      Note:
      Holdings include the shooting script.
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