Box for One
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.
The 1953 version also aired on the BBC, and was an episode of Wednesday Theatre. It featured Robert Helpmann and Harold Lang. This version is likely lost, as the BBC rarely telerecorded shows during 1953.
The 1958 version aired on Australian broadcaster ABC, and aired live on ABC's Melbourne station ABV-2. A telerecording (also known as a kinescope) was made and shown in Sydney on station ABN-2. This version also featured Robert Helpmann. It is not known if the kinescope recording still exists.
- Ending It - 1939 BBC TV play which also saw an Australian version.
- Miss Mabel - Stage play which saw both versions in both the UK and Australia
- Black Limelight - Stage play which saw versions in both the UK and Australia
- List of live television plays broadcast on Australian Broadcasting Corporation (1950s)
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