From: Maarten van der Heijden <email@example.com> (36)
Subject: Re: 10.0425 Potter's Cold & al.
At 18:34 15-11-96 +0000, you wrote:
> Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 10, No. 425.
> Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)
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>  From: "Dr. David Harrison" <firstname.lastname@example.org> (17)
>In reply to...
>Could Dr. David Harrison tell us how to get hold of Dennis Potter's
>`Karaoke' and `Cold Lazarus'? Are these tv programs, plays, movies?
> --Best, Norm Holland
>They were multi-part TV films screened on BBC and Channel 4 television in
>the UK during the first half of 1996. Cold Lazarus is the sequel to Karaoke
>(do watch them in order). They might be available on video, but were
>screened on both channels as requested by Potter in his will. Consequently,
>the rights issue was a bit of a nightmare.
>I dare say the screenplays will appear or have appeared (probably in the
>Faber and Faber imprint) but this is something of a study-aid: these films
>really have to be _seen_ in the first instance.
>There is a BBC site at http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/ which might have an e-mail
>address for this. Sorry I cannot help more, but they *are* worth the search.
If BBC didn't prove successfull:
Cold Lazarus was just on TV in Holland
best of luck
Maarten van der Heijden