Monthly Archives: January 2015

Tony Parker’s unity [continued]

In earlier blogs, I have mentioned that Tony Parker was a man of strong personal principles and self-imposed ethics. Parker’s position was made evident in his books.  Bella Bathurst argues that Parker’s point in writing was always, “to grant” the reader “insight into … Continue reading

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Tony Parker’s unity

   Of course I don’t expect a drum-roll here, but will nevertheless bang a tiny drum of my own and point out to Sam and others who might be interested, that my blog for this week is an expansion of … Continue reading

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Tony Parker and his Plays

Tony Parker, a skilful interviewer and author, was also a talented playwright: he wrote several plays for radio, stage, and television, and episodes of series such as Juliet Bravo, The Gentle Touch, Within These Walls, and Crown Court, which are … Continue reading

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Tony Parker: glimpses of the man and the writer

At the beginning of every interview, Tony Parker, a man of strong personal principles and self-imposed ethics, informed his subjects on tape that their privacy would be respected. Other than for a couple of his works on offenders that use … Continue reading

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