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Don Haworth (18 January 1924 - 17 January 2007) was a journalist, TV producer, and critically acclaimed writer of radio drama. His first play was produced on the radio by Alan Ayckbourn in 1967. In the course of a long and distinguished career, he won three Giles Cooper Awards.
Born in Bacup, Lancashire, Don Haworth served in the Royal Air Force and also worked as a journalist. He has also worked in television, as a producer for BBC TV, and is notable as the discoverer of Fred Dibnah. He won the British Academy Award for documentary in 1980.
Haworth died in January 2007, at the age of 83.
- There's No Point in Arguing the Toss (1967)
- We All Come to It in the End (1968)
- A Time in Cloud Cuckoo Land (1969)
- The Prisoner (1969)
- Where Is This Here Building? - By What Route Do I Get There? (1970)
- The Illumination of Mr. Shannon (1971)
- Simcocks Abound Across the Earth (1971) 8-10-71
- The Eventful Deaths of Mr. Fruin (1972)
- The Enlightenment of the Strawberry Gardener (1972)
- A Damsel and Also a Rough Bird (1974)
- Fun Balloons (1975) 3-5-75
- Events at the Salamander Hotel (1975)
- On a Day in a Garden in Summer (1975)
- Episode on a Thursday Evening (1978)
- The Last Ride of Walter Enderby, Motorist and Amorist (1978)
- Talk of Love and War (1981)
- Dragon (1982)
- Summer at Appendorf (1982)
- Daybreak (1984)
- Inheritance (1985)
- Solo Across the Atlantic (1987)
- A View from the Mountain (1987)
- An End and a Beginning (1988)
- The Navigator's Log (1989)
- The Ultimate Invention (1989)
- Fairy Story (1989)
- Marching (1990)
- Roscoe's Time (1991)
- The Newsagent and the Counsellor (1993)
- Another Dimension (1993)
- A Visitation (1998)
- High in the Clouds (1999)
- Escapers (1999)
- Take Two (1999)
- Challenged (2000)
- Ernest's Tower (2000)
- Oddballs (2001)
- Conversation on the London Train (2002)
- A Summertime (2004)
- ↑ http://www.bafta.org/archive/in-memory-of/haworth,294,BO.html
- ↑ http://www.suttonelms.org.uk/DH.HTML Diversity Website
- ↑ Best Radio Plays of 1984 Methuen/BBC 1985.
- ↑ Drakakis, John. British Radio DramaCambridge University Press 1981