David Edward Rose: 22nd Nov 1924 – 26th January 2017
Below is an excerpt from David Rose’s obituary in The Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/obituaries/2017/01/31/david-rose-producer-z-cars-obituary/ .
The article below about Barry Hanson’s career was written Lez Cooke. It is published on the Forgotten Drama research project website: https://forgottentelevisiondrama.wordpress.com/.
Photograph by Ian Collins, no reproduction without permission.
The photo shows film editor Henry Fowler at his Steenbeck, editing. Henry Fowler edited a variety of dramas and documentaries at BBC Pebble Mill including:
‘Death of a Miner’ 1968, ‘Before the Mast’ 1971, ‘That Quiet Earth’ 1972 (30 Min Theatre),’The Shoals of Herring’ 1972, ‘Land of Green Ginger’ 1973 (Play for Today), ‘Steps Back’ 1973 (Play for Today), ‘Penda’s Fen’ 1974 (Play for Today), ‘Gangsters’ 1975 (Play for Today), ‘Breath’ 1975 (Play for Today), ‘The Other Woman’ 1976 (Play for Today),’ The Muscle Market’ 1981 (Play for Today).
This clip of writer Alan Plater talking about ‘Land of Green Ginger’ is taken from David Rose’s ‘My Journey Together’ lecture. The copyright remains David Rose’s.
The Play for Today ‘Land of Green Ginger’ was transmitted in 1973. It follows a young woman, Sally, played by Gwen Taylor, as she returns to her home town of Hull for the weekend. She and Mike, her trawlerman boyfriend, played by John Flanagan, have to make decisions about their future. However he is reluctant to give up the dangerous life of a fisherman, and she wants to pursue her career in London. The drama also featured Jean Heywood as Mrs Brown, Michael Elwyn as Reynolds and Ivy Cawood as Mrs Thurlow.
The drama was produced by David Rose and directed by Brian Parker. Mike Williams was the DOP, and the film was edited by Henry Fowler.