Moira Armstrong

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Moira Armstrong (born 1930) is a Scottish television director whose career has expanded over nearly fifty years.[1]

Raised in north-east Scotland, Armstrong initially worked in BBC Radio, training as a continuity announcer, before switching to television.[1]

Her credits include episodes of Armchair Thriller (based on the novel Quiet as a Nun), Lark Rise to Candleford, Where the Heart Is, The Bill, Midsomer Murders, Something in Disguise, The Wednesday Play, and Adam Adamant Lives!, Freud (1984) as well as the television film The Countess Alice (1992).

Armstrong (with Jonathan Powell) won the 1980 BAFTA Best Drama Series/Serial award for Testament of Youth (1979).

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