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Michael Darlow

Michael Darlow (born 13 June 1934) is a British television producer, director and writer. After starting as an actor, his first short film was seen by documentary film maker John Grierson and shown on TV and at the 1960 Edinburgh Film Festival. Darlow's documentary, drama and arts programmes have won international awards including BAFTAs, an Emmy, and Gold at the New York Television Festival. His works include The World At War episode Genocide, The Barretts of Wimpole Street, Johnny Cash at San Quentin and Bomber Harris. He is a Fellow of the Royal Television Society.[1]

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  1. ^ Independents Struggle. Quartet Books. 2004. ISBN 0704381559.