The Largest Theatre in the World: Heart to Heart (1962)

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A television interviewer is determined to get a coup on a dodgy cabinet minister.



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18 December 2016 | bairdmhi
| 55 years old but still very relevant
"Heart to Heart" takes us a long way back to a technically primitive era of television, with its cumbersome cameras and rather low definition black and white pictures. On the other hand, television was a novelty and a program could often have a viewing audience in the millions; this was at a time when there were only a handful of broadcast channels in the UK.

Terence Rattigan's theme is 100% up-to-date, namely the psychological pressures and the moral dilemmas of people who are overexposed to public view. Kenneth More does an excellent job in his role as the interviewer who faces personal problems as well as the stress of his job. The play is recommended viewing for today's troubled times in the media.


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