Sunday-Night Play Season Two
Sunday-Night Play Season Two
First Air Date: October 23, 1960
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2x37 The Hasty Heart (September 17, 1961)
It's 1945, Burma, the day the war is over! For many this means they've survived and will be going home. But not for everyone. A Scottish soldier, Corporal Lachlan "Lachie" MacLachlan is the victim of a wound to the lower back on this day. He's moved to a M.A.S.H. unit and undergoes surgery. As time goes by he begins to recover and watches, in dismay as soldiers pack up and head for home. The doctors have told him he needs to remain "for observation". The Colonel takes Sister Parker, the unit head nurse, into his confidence and tells her that the real reason.
2x36 Wet Fish (September 03, 1961)
2x35 The Winslow Boy (August 20, 1961)
The Winslow family return from church to their house in South Kensington on a summer morning in 1912 not knowing how their lives will be altered by their son, Ronnie, who has been expelled from Naval College for stealing a five shilling postal order.
2x34 Brian Rix Presents #13: Basinful of the Briny (August 06, 1961)
2x33 Listen James (July 23, 1961)
2x32 That Lady (July 09, 1961)
A one-eyed adventuress at the court of Philip II of Spain becomes embroiled in scandal and intrigue.
2x31 A Call on Kuprin: Part 2 (June 25, 1961)
Laye-Parker M.P. and Smith, a Lobby Correspondent, have reached Moscow in their search for Kuprin, a Soviet rocket expert whom they knew at Cambridge and whom they hope to persuade to return to England. Now Laye-Parker has been arrested by the M.V.D. on unspecified charges, and Smith, a reluctant partner in the enterprise, must carry on the search alone.
2x30 A Call on Kuprin: Part 1 (June 18, 1961)
After the manned satellite, the armed satellite. Kuprin, the Soviet scientist, is working on a warhead for the Chelovyek. But Laye-Parker M.P. and Smith, a Lobby Correspondent at the House of Commons, remember him at Cambridge before the war as an Anglophile married to an English woman. Can they, by a personal approach, persuade him to return to this country?
2x29 Home at Seven (June 04, 1961)
Mr. Preston always gets home from the office at seven o'clock - but tonight he discovers that a whole day has unaccountably gone missing from his life.
2x28 Brian Rix Presents #12: Wolf's Clothing (May 21, 1961)
2x27 Marriage Lines (May 14, 1961)
2x26 Scene of the Accident (April 30, 1961)
2x25 Charley's Aunt (April 16, 1961)
Lord Fancourt Babberley is required, much against his will, to impersonate the wealthy aunt of his friend Charley.
2x24 Brian Rix Presents #11: A Fair Cop (April 02, 1961)
2x23 Fury in Petticoats (March 26, 1961)
2x22 The Wrong Side of the Park (March 19, 1961)
2x21 Old Mick Mack (March 12, 1961)
2x20 A Reason for Staying (March 05, 1961)
An Eastern European general who has fled his native country dreams of returning home - and of gaining military power there.
2x19 The Mather Story (February 26, 1961)
2x18 An Inspector Calls (February 19, 1961)
The comfortable lives of the wealthy Birling family are disrupted when an inspector calls on them to ask awkward questions about a girl who has committed suicide.
2x17 The Intervener (February 12, 1961)
2x16 The Final Result (February 05, 1961)
2x15 A Kind of Strength (January 29, 1961)
2x14 Off Centre (January 22, 1961)
Joe Hunter must face up to the reality of his existence, and stop having false ideas about himself and his own importance.
2x13 A Woman Comes Home (January 15, 1961)
Will home be the sanctuary Bobbie James needs it to be?
2x12 Venus Brown (January 08, 1961)
Jack Brown is devoted to his much younger wife, Venus; but she's not the goddess he thinks she is.
2x11 Nearer to Heaven (January 01, 1961)
2x10 Tuppence in the Gods (December 25, 1960)
2x09 A Time to Fight (December 18, 1960)
2x08 The Song of a March Hare (December 11, 1960)
2x07 The Assassins (December 04, 1960)
Ruthless assassins take over an ordinary suburban home in order to commit a political murder - but where do they come from?
2x06 The Nightwalkers (November 27, 1960)
2x05 The Squeeze (November 20, 1960)
Big Tom, a Welsh coal miner, has always been in control of his life; but he finds himself increasingly at odds with his growing son, and even begins to wonder if his wife still loves him.
2x04 The Wind and the Sun (November 13, 1960)
2x03 A Subject of Scandal and Concern (November 06, 1960)
A dramatized account of a Victorian cause celebre, written by John Osborne and concerning the true story of the last person in England to be tried for blasphemy. Richard Burton plays John George Holyoake, a social reformer who goes on trial for speaking in public about his atheist views. Rachel Roberts plays his wife, and the programme is introduced by Face to Face inquisitor John Freeman.