stage and television playwright, born in Bournemouth and educated at Redland College of Education, the Central School of Speech and Drama, and Nottingham University. His best‐known work, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, about a permanently paralysed man and the debates surrounding his resolution to die, was originally written as a TV play (1972) and adapted for the stage in 1978. Other plays include Can You Hear Me At The Back? (1979) and the ten‐part TV serial Telford's Change (1979).
Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).