Watson Gould and Jill Laurimore: The Other Woman + Shall I See You Now?*
Two threats to stable relationships: one an impulsive artist, another an ex-wife.
The Other Woman
Play for Today, BBC 1976
Dir Michael Simpson
With Jane Lapotaire, Michael Gambon, Lynne Frederick
Kim (Lapotaire), an uncompromising artist unconcerned with the conventions of polite society, disrupts the lives of Robin (Gambon) and Nikki (Frederick). This controversial, radical drama, written by Watson Gould, was slammed by some for its sexual content, and by others for its lurid portrayal of lesbianism.
+ Shall I See You Now?
Second City Firsts, BBC 1978
Dir Pedr James
Mary O’Mally play (produced by Tara Prem) about a new inmate (Pam St Clement) in an asylum.
*Unfortunately it has transpired that Late Night Theatre: Family Tree will not be available for the season (it survives as audio-only) and it will be replaced by Second City Firsts: Shall I See You Now? (BBC 1978 Dir Pedr James). Mary O'Mally play (produced by Tara Prem) about a new inmate (Pam St Clement) in an asylum.