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A Backwards Glance At The Ballroom of Romance

Novelist and playwright William Trevor was one of the finest writers of his generation and is, perhaps, most fondly remembered for the TV adaptation of his much-loved short story, The Ballroom of Romance. Eugene O'Brien and Éamon Little explore this iconic TV film (2016)

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