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* UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].
** The episode ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.

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* UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion on class tensions in British society]].
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** The episode ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.


* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].

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* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].


A [[LongRunner long-running]] drama anthology series that ran on BBC 1 from 1970 to 1984 which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the title suggested]] showed a different single drama every episode. It featured some early works of famous directors such as Barry Hines and [[Film/SecretsAndLies Mike Leigh]] alongside some seminal stuff from less cinematically inclined authors such as Dennis Potter.

A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].

The episode ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.

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A [[LongRunner long-running]] drama anthology series that ran on BBC 1 from 1970 to 1984 which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the title suggested]] showed a different single drama every episode. It featured some early works of famous directors such as Barry Hines and [[Film/SecretsAndLies Mike Leigh]] alongside some seminal stuff from less cinematically inclined authors writers such as Dennis Potter.

A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].

The episode ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.
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* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].
** The episode ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.


The episode, ''Penda's Fen'', challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.

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The episode, episode ''Penda's Fen'', Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Good luck finding any of less well-known episodes on DVD.


A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on [[UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion class tensions in British society]].

The episode, ''Penda's Fen'', challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.



* UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on class tensions in British society.
** ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.

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** ''Penda's Fen'' challenges the idea that Britain, and particularly England, is an inherently Christian country by exploring the Pagan history of UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands.


* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on class tensions in British society.

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* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on class tensions in British society.


* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''The Wednesday Play''.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''The Wednesday Play''.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Good luck finding any of less well-known episodes on DVD.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Good luck finding any of less well-known episodes on DVD.DVD.
* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot of the plays such as ''The Right Prospectus'' and ''Abigail's Party'' touch on class tensions in British society.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''The Wednesday Play''.


A [[LongRunner long-running]] drama anthology programming strand that ran on BBC 1 from 1970 to 1984 which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the title suggested]] showed a different single drama every episode. It featured some early works of famous directors such as Barry Hines and [[Film/SecretsAndLies Mike Leigh]] alongside some seminal stuff from less cinematically inclined authors such as Dennis Potter.

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A [[LongRunner long-running]] drama anthology programming strand series that ran on BBC 1 from 1970 to 1984 which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the title suggested]] showed a different single drama every episode. It featured some early works of famous directors such as Barry Hines and [[Film/SecretsAndLies Mike Leigh]] alongside some seminal stuff from less cinematically inclined authors such as Dennis Potter.

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A [[LongRunner long-running]] drama anthology programming strand that ran on BBC 1 from 1970 to 1984 which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as the title suggested]] showed a different single drama every episode. It featured some early works of famous directors such as Barry Hines and [[Film/SecretsAndLies Mike Leigh]] alongside some seminal stuff from less cinematically inclined authors such as Dennis Potter.

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