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Several newspapers and other media have run obituary notices for Derek Granger. The most comprehensive are those in the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph. The Guardian, for example, mentions some of his other TV work for Granada: When he took … Continue reading
The producer of the 1981 Granada TV series of Brideshead Revisited Derek Granger has died at the age of 101. According to The Independent (Ireland) Derek was reported by close friends to have “died peacefully at his home.” The obituary … Continue reading
Derek Granger, producer of the Granada TV series Brideshead Revisited will appear this Sunday, 24 April at 2 pm in Eastbourne College. He is 101 tomorrow, Saturday, 23 April. He will be in conversation with David Grindley at Eastbourne. Here … Continue reading
Doreen Jones who was casting director of Granada TV’s 1981 adaptation of Brideshead Revisited has died at the age of 76. Her obituary in the Guardian is written by Derek Granger who was producer of the series. Although she is … Continue reading
Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the original director of the 1981 Granada TV film production of Brideshead Revisited, has written a memoir of his experience. This is published in the current issue of Vanity Fair magazine and is entitled “Inside the Making of … Continue reading
Last night at the Victoria & Albert Museum there was a panel discussion relating to the Granada TV 1980s production of Brideshead Revisited. The panel included actors Diana Quick (Julia Flyte) and Nicholas Grace (Anthony Blanche) as well as Derek … Continue reading
Today’s Daily Telegraph carries another article by Eleanor Doughty marking the 70th anniversary of Brideshead Revisited‘s publication on May 28, 1945. The article begins by discussing models used by Waugh for characters in the novel, breaking no new ground in … Continue reading
A report by Sussex Living magazine on the 2013 Evelyn Waugh Lecture at Lancing College.