Roy Battersby
British television director
Roy Battersby
Roy Battersby is a British TV director, noted for his work in drama productions such as Between The Lines, Inspector Morse, Cracker and A Touch of Frost. Early in his career he made documentary features for the BBC programmes Tomorrow's World and Towards Tomorrow. In 2005, his film Red Mercury was shown at the Montreal World Film Festival. He is married to actress Judy Loe and is the stepfather of actress Kate Beckinsale.
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Dunbarton get tough Cup draw - Belfast Newsletter
Google News - over 5 years
However, it was Roy Battersby who took top honours by beating Dominic McCarthy 28-10, while Stuart Bennett enjoyed a 24-13 success against Frank McCarthy. Richard Darcy grabbed CYM's only crumb of comfort with a 21-10 win against Robin Horner
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TELEVISION REVIEW;In Between Crimes, Adultery and Death
NYTimes - over 20 years
British television has produced two smashing police-detective series in recent years, each a superb vehicle for its star. Granada Television takes credit for both: "Prime Suspect," with Helen Mirren, and "Cracker," starring Robbie Coltrane. "Cracker," created by Jimmy McGovern ("Priest"), begins a third season of feature-length dramas tonight on
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Review/Television; Of Inspector Morse And His Personifier
NYTimes - almost 24 years
With series extending over several years, television often provides viewers with the unique pleasure of watching actors chisel away artistically at the characters they portray. Combining skill with intuition, the interpretations can become more precise and more subtle. Consider only public television's "Mystery" and its powerhouse lineup of British
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'MR. LOVE,' A BRITON'S SEARCH IN MIDDLE AGE
NYTimes - almost 31 years
IN a truly hilarious episode from ''Mr. Love,'' a star-struck usher saves the day when the projector showing ''Casablanca'' breaks down; she takes to the stage with a perfect Ingrid Bergman imitation, only to be matched by a milquetoasty English gardener doing Humphrey Bogart with a near-cockney accent. But ''Mr. Love,'' which opens today at the
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THE SCREEN: 'WINTER FLIGHT'
NYTimes - about 31 years
''WINTER FLIGHT,'' the English film that opens today at the Embassy 72d Street Theater, is a dozy story of young love, about Mal (Reece Dinsdale), a shy, young recruit in the Royal Air Force, and Angie (Nicola Cowper), who talks tough but is an innocent. She's also careless, having never caught the name of the fellow who made her pregnant during a
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AT THE MOVIES
NYTimes - about 31 years
THE idea was to encourage young writers and directors to make independent films, and the subject was surely one that appeals to the young: first love. Thus ''First Love,'' a series of five films by new British directors, begins next Wednesday at the Embassy 72d Street Theater. The project was conceived by David Puttnam, who served as executive
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