Lawrence Gordon Clark
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Lawrence Gordon Clark is an English television director and producer, perhaps best known for his A Ghost Story for Christmas series of mostly M.R. James ghost stories, which were broadcast annually by the BBC throughout the 1970s.
- The Stalls of Barchester (1971)
- A Warning to the Curious (1972)
- Lost Hearts (1973)
- Treasure of Abbot Thomas (1974)
- The Ash Tree (1975)
- The Signalman (1976)
- Stigma (1977)
He also directed an adaptation of James' Casting The Runes in 1979 for Yorkshire Television. Elsewhere, Clark has directed four episodes of the 1979 series Flambards, which starred Christine McKenna, and later went on to be a director of continuing dramas for BBC One including Casualty, Pie in the Sky and Dangerfield.
A collection of Clark's original short stories entitled Telling Stories is to be published in late 2011 by Avalard Publishing.
- "Coming Winter 2011: Two Chilling Books By Lawrence Gordon Clakr". Avalard Publishing. 4 June 2011. Retrieved 6 June 2011.
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