Copyright resides with the original photographers. These photos were taken by different members of Post Production at Pebble Mill, including: Paul Scholes, Ian Collins, Ben Peissel and Jim Gregory. Many date from the early 1970’s, as you can see from the cars in the car park, with a few later ones!
Photos taken by Robin Sunderland, not to be reproduced without permission. Cameraman Robin Sunderland took these photos of a Pebble Mill at One rehearsal shortly after completing his camera training in the 1980s. They feature presenters Marion Foster and Donny Mcleod, and a young looking Nick Patten (now Head of BBC Birmingham and Manchester Factual Programmes – Vision Productions) is floor managing. The cameramen are: Brian Cave, Jim Gray and Dave Lawson with Alan Duxbury doing ‘Captions’ up on camera 5. Please add a comment if you recognise other people in the photographs – thanks!
Photos from drama producer Bev Dartnall, not to be reproduced without permission.
Dangerfield was a police surgeon drama series which started in 1995, and ran until 1999. Paul Dangerfield, the police surgeon, was played by Nigel Le Vaillant, with Joanna Stevens being played by Amanda Redman. In later series Nigel Havers played the lead. Chris Parr was the Executive Producer. Dangerfield was produced at Pebble Mill.
It is Kenilworth Castle which is shown in a couple of the photos.
These photos are not be reproduced without permission.
Saturday Night at the Mill’ was a spin off from ‘Pebble Mill at One’, and featured live entertainment from the Pebble Mill foyer. Kenny Ball’s jazz band was the resident band. The show ran from 3/6/76 until 11/7/81, and there were 89 episodes. The photos feature: Bob Langley dancing with Ginger Rogers, Jenny Hanley, Natalie Wood, John Bennett, Marvin Hamlisch, Roger Whittaker, Robert Wagner.
Martin Chuzzlewit was a 6 part dramatisation of the Charles Dickens novel, adapted by author David Lodge. It was transmitted in 1994 on BBC 1. Produced by Chris Parr and Directed by Pedr James, it starred Paul Scofield, Tom Wilkinson, Emma Chambers, Philip Franks, Keith Allen, Pete Postlethwaite, Julia Sawahla and Lynda Bellingham. The story concentrates on the wealthy Chuzzlewit brothers and their contrasting destinies.