H. V. Kershaw
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H. V. Kershaw, also known as Harry Kershaw, (1918 – 18 April 1992) from Manchester was a British television scriptwriter and dramatist best known for his long association with the top rating soap opera, Coronation Street, a programme he continued to pen scripts for until the late-1980s. His biography, The Street Where I Live, was published in 1981.
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