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The 1960's and '70's, when I did the majority of my work in films and television, has come to be enshrined as Britain's “Golden Age”. To those of us both in front of and behind the camera, it was a wonderfully exciting and creative era – but none of us, least of  all me, would have thought of it as a “Golden Age”. That was something that occurred many years before any of us were born. But now, in the retrospective of time and age, I do believe it was a blessed convergence of talented artists of all disciplines and a uniquely receptive audience.
Time and again, those fans who saw the original productions or who have come to them in re-runs, use glowing adjectives to describe the pleasure those comedies and dramas from that era still give them.
 
Were they “better” than today's offerings? What do you think? Please, let me know. Now enjoy your visit. With warmest wishes,