Mark Burgess (playwright)
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Mark Burgess (born 1960) is a British playwright and actor who appeared in Brookside as Gordon Collins. Burgess wrote and performed the one man show The Man With The Golden Pen on the life of Ian Fleming.
- Casting Shadows, centred on a discussion between Max Miller, Laurence Olivier and Terence Rattigan in 1962 (2002)
- Einstein in Cromer, with David Suchet in the title role (2004)
- From Father with Love, on Ian Fleming's relationship with his son Caspar (2006)
- Sam O'Bedlam, centred on Samuel Beckett, played by Jim Norton (2006)
- The Wrong Hero, on the wartime life and death of Leslie Howard (2008)
- A King's Speech, on Lionel Logue and George VI (2009)
- Tales from Tate Modern, (A Modern Love Story) BBC Radio 4 Short Story(2010
- Two Halves Of Guinness Stage Play (2011)
- Eel Pie Island short story BBC radio 4 (2012)
- The Only Way, a one-act play to commemorate Bedford Modern School's 10 years of co-education, starring Chris Edge and Elsa Keep (2013)
- With Wings as Eagles, a play celebrating 250 years of Bedford Modern School, starring Gregor Copeland
- Horsford, Simon; Morgan, Clive; Riley, Chris; Warman, Matt; Gibbs, Tessa; Reynolds, Gillian (2006-04-13). "Today's TV & radio choices". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2012-05-08.
- Morgan, Clive; Warman, Matt; Davies, Patricia Wynn; Reynolds, Gillian (2007-04-27). "Today's TV & radio choices". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2012-05-08.
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00k3xld/Afternoon_Play_A_Kings_Speech[link expired]
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