||Black on White. A review of some British cartoons and caricatures of the last 200 years
||British Art and Artists
||Political caricature in Britain, featuring the work of WIlliam Hogarth (1697-1764), James Gillray (1757-1815), George Cruikshank (1792-1878), Australian-born Will Dyson (1880-1938), New Zealander, David Low (1891-1963), and others.
||ACE002.2 10:00:00 10:11:29 Newspaper presses, news vendors and buyers, newspaper cartoons. David Low at work (on London rooftop) on drawing of Winston Churchill and Clement Attlee. Self portrait (The Painter and the Pug: Gulielmus Hogarth (1745)) by Wil
||THE B.B.C TELEVISION SERVICE
in association with
THE ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN
THE EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO CENTER OF THE UNITED STATES.
Script Reg Groves;
With advice from Low;
Spoken by Alistair Cooke;
Camera Edward Lloyd;
Special Photography Studio Film Laboratories Ltd.;
Cartoons supplied by Ben Weinreb;
Editing and Sound Effects Eric Wood;
Score Devised by William Alwyn;
Directed by John Read.