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Malcolm Bradbury Biography (1932-2000)
Full name, Malcolm Stanley Bradbury; born September 7, 1932, in Sheffield, England; son of Arthur and Doris Ethel (Marshall) Bradbury; married Elizabeth Salt, October, 1959; children: Matthew, Dominic. Addresses: Office: School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ, England.; Agent: John Cushman Associates, Inc., 25 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036.
- writer, critic
- Birth Details
- September 7, 1932
- Sheffield, England
- Death Details
- November 27, 2000
- Norwich, England
- (With David Lodge and James Duckett) Between These Four Walls (stage revue), first produced in Birmingham, England, 1963.
- (With Lodge, Duckett, and David Turner) Slap in the Middle (stagerevue), first produced in Birmingham, England, 1965.
Congress (radio play), BBC, 1980.
- Co-author of the radio play This Sporting Life, 1974-75.
Credits; Television Plays
- (With Chris Bigsby) The After Dinner Game (also see below), BBC, 1975.
- (With Bigsby) Stones, BBC, 1976.
Love on a Gunboat, BBC, 1977.
The Enigma (based on a story by John Fowles), BBC, 1980.
Standing In for Henry, BBC, 1980.
Credits; Other Television Writings
Rates of Exchange (series; based on his novel of the same name; also see below), BBC, 1985.
Blott on the Landscape (series; adapted from a novel by Tom Sharpe), BBC, 1985.
Porterhouse Blue (adapted from work by Sharpe), Channel 4, 1987.
The Green Man (movie; based on novel by Kingsley Amis), A&E, 1991.
- Also author of Imaginary Friends (adapted from work by Alison Lurie), 1987, and writer for the serials Anything More Would Be Greedy, 1989, and The Gravy Train, 1990.
- Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Volume 33, Gale, 1991.
- Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 32, Gale, 1985.
- Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 14: British Novelists since 1960, 2 parts, Gale, 1983.
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