The Largest Theatre in the World: Heart to Heart

Synopsis: A TV interviewer is determined to get a coup on a dodgy cabinet minister.
Genre: Drama
80 min

Joe, he's dried on the name.

Get the idiot board, chalk up Johnson,

but quick.

He is eminently fitted to end

the present series.

We have been fortunate in...

And here it is, ladies and gentlemen,

the Right Honourable

Sir Stanley Johnson,

MP, Minister of Labour.

So don't forget. Tune in tomorrow night.

And once again we will present

the truth,

the real truth, the truth of the heart.

Good night and thank you.

Good night and thank you.

Grams up. Super captions.


Fade it slowly.

Fade me out, too.

Joe, for God's sake,

I gave you the sign.

Did you have to take all night?

Sorry, Dave. Right, clear studio!

But you were the last person I thought

would fluff on Stan Johnson.

Mickey, you fry me with that light.

Does it have to be so close?

This is the one who gets you

all those fans.

Oh, come on.

Sir John, can we have

some photographs, please?

In your original chair,

if you don't mind.

-Stills please, David.

-All right.

Thank you.

It's all right. The fluff on the name,

he got away with it, touch wood.

Where do you find wood in

a television control room?

Shepherd's Bush, I expect, Frank.

Finest old mahogany.

That's uncalled for, Fred. The motto of

fifth channel is "Amity To All".

-Even the BBC?

-They do good work, Bill.

Their viewers are very happy, I'm told.

All 16 of them.


The cigarette for you.

Only 3/10 for 20.

Tell me what did you do before this?

I was a lecturer in

political economy at Oxford.

Really? (SMIRKING)

Quite a change from all this, I daresay.

Yes, quite a change.

Smile please, Mr Mann.

That's it. Lovely.

Thank you very much, gentlemen.

We're through.

Okay, all right. Thank you, gentlemen,

the ordeal is over.

Thank you, Sir John.

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Terence Rattigan

Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan, CBE (10 June 1911 – 30 November 1977) was a British dramatist. He was one of England's most popular mid twentieth century dramatists. His plays are typically set in an upper-middle-class background. He wrote The Winslow Boy (1946), The Browning Version (1948), The Deep Blue Sea (1952) and Separate Tables (1954), among many others. A troubled homosexual, who saw himself as an outsider, his plays centred on issues of sexual frustration, failed relationships, and a world of repression and reticence. more…

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