Aroview: A boxed compendium of Terence Rattigan's finest work, a British playwright reknowned for his profound understanding of the human heart and his mastery of emotional restraint.
Disc One: "Heart to Heart" starring Kenneth More, Ralph Richardson, Derek Francis. Directed by Alvin Rakoff. (1962, 115.) "All On Her Own", starring Margaret Leighton, Nora Gordon. Directed by Hal Burton (1968, 19m.)
Disc Two: "Separate Tables", starring Geraldine McEwan, Eric Porter, Annette Crosbie, Robert Harris. (1970, 93m.) "French Without Tears", starring Nicola Pagett, Michael Gambon, Anthony Andrews, Barbara Kellermann, Nigel Havers. (1976, 94m.)
Disc Three: "The Winslow Boy", starring Alan Badel, Eric Porter
Directed by David Giles (1977, 112m.) "The Browning Version", starring Judi Dench, Michael Kitchen, John Woodvine, Ian Holm. Directed by Michael A. Simpson (1985, 74m.)
Disc Four: "After The Dance", starring Anton Rogers, Gemma Jones, Imogen Stubbs. Directed by Stuart Burge (1992, 112m.) "The Deep Blue Sea", starring Colin Firth, Ian Holm, Carmel McSharry. Directed by Karel Reisz (1994, 99m.)
Disc Five: "Adventure Story", a dramatic study of Alexander the Great. Starring Sean Connery, Margaretta Scott. Directed by Karel Reisz (1961, 110m.) + Special Features: "Separate Tables" at The Apollo (scenes): "Cause Célèbre" at Her Majesty’s Theatre (two extracts).