Hollywood Oscar Nights

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 01 August 198819900402

First broadcast on 1988-08-01

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 08 August 1988

Previous in series: 26 July 1988

Description

More Academy Awards recollections with Chris Kelly. The ceremony from 10th April 1972 saw 'Klute' and 'The French Connection' claiming top awards and veteran Ben Johnson as best supporting actor for 'The Last Picture Show'.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

01 Aug 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

02 Apr 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-06-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 July 19881988070419900305

Chris Kelly recalls Oscar night 3rd April 1978. Woody Allen's 'Annie Hall', 'Star Wars' and Richard Dreyfuss as best actor in 'The Goodbye Girl' were all winners. Vanessa Redgrave created controversy as she won for 'Julia'.

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-06-06.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 September 198819900507

First broadcast on 1988-09-05

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Previous in series: 29 August 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls Oscar night 29th March 1982. 'Chariots of Fire' claims best film, Katherine Hepburn takes home a record fouth Oscar for 'On Golden Pond', Henry Fonda was best actor and John Gielgud won for 'Arthur'.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

05 Sep 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

07 May 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-07-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 08 August 198819900409

First broadcast on 1988-08-08

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 15 August 1988

Previous in series: 01 August 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls the Academy Awards ceremony of 13th April 1964. A British Best Picture in Tony Richardson's 'Tom Jones', Patricia Neal best actress for 'Hud' and Sidney Poitier the first black recipient for 'Lilies of the Field'

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

08 Aug 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

09 Apr 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-06-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 11 July 198819900312

First broadcast on 1988-07-11

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 18 July 1988

Previous in series: 04 July 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls Oscar night of 15th April 1971. 'Patton' won seven awards whilst Glenda Jackson was best actress for Ken Russell's 'Women In Love' and The Beatles became Academy Award winners for 'Let It Be'.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

11 Jul 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

12 Mar 1990 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-06-06.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 August 198819900416

First broadcast on 1988-08-15

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 22 August 1988

Previous in series: 08 August 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls the Academy Awards ceremony of 30th March 1955. 'On The Waterfront' scooped eight awards, Grace Kelly was best actress for 'The Country Girl' and Greta Garbo and Danny Kaye received honorary Oscars.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

15 Aug 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

16 Apr 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-07-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 18 July 198819900319

First broadcast on 1988-07-18

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 26 July 1988

Previous in series: 11 July 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls the Academy Awards ceremony of 20th March 1952. Humphrey Bogart was best actor for 'The African Queen' and 'A Streetcar Named Desire' took three of the acting awards including Vivien Leigh as best actress.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

18 Jul 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

19 Mar 1990 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-06-06.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 August 198819900423

First broadcast on 1988-08-22

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 29 August 1988

Previous in series: 15 August 1988

Description

Chris Kelly recalls some of the most celebrated Academy Awards evenings held in Hollywood. The ceremony from 27th March 1973 saw 'Cabaret' claim eight awards and an Indian squaw collect Marlon Brando's oscar for 'The Godfather'.

Subject Categories

films (programmes about) (genre)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

22 Aug 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

23 Apr 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Chris Kelly (Speaker)

Recorded on 1988-07-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 July 198819900326

First broadcast on 1988-07-26

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 01 August 1988

Previous in series: 18 July 1988

Broadcast history

26 Jul 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

26 Mar 1990 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

Recorded on 1988-06-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 August 198819900430

First broadcast on 1988-08-29

Producer: R. WILLCOX

Next in series: 05 September 1988

Previous in series: 22 August 1988

Description

Chris KELLY recalls some of the most famous and star-studded evenings in Hollywood's history. This week, 9 April 1979. Written and compiled by Roy PICKARD. Produced by Richard WILCOX.

Subject Categories

profiles (programme format)

oscar film awards

Broadcast history

29 Aug 1988 22:30-23:00 (RADIO 2)

30 Apr 1990 19:02-19:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Chris Kelly

Peter Ustinov (Actor)

Laurence Olivier (Actor)

Michael Caine (Actor)

John Hurt (Actor)

Christopher Reeve (Actor)

Maggie Smith (Actor)

Jane Fonda (Actor)

James Mason (Actor)

Robert de Niro (Actor)

Bette Davis (Actor)

Gary Cooper (Actor)

Warren Beatty (Actor)

Jon Voight (Actor)

Gene Hackman (Actor)

Alan Alda (Actor)

Brad Davis (Actor)

Jack Warden (Actor)

Gary Busey (Actor)

Roy Pickard (Author)

Richard Willcox (Producer)

Recorded on 1988-07-18.