However, that still leaves you with fourteen titles to choose from and I don’t imagine that book would have garnered too many votes… If anyone wants to visit Balchin’s grave (see photo on page 4) then it is not too difficult to find.
Enter the cemetery at the main entrance on Fortune Green Road, walk down the path in front of you and take the first right turn. Balchin’s grave is on the right-hand side of this path, about 15 metres further on.
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Send your votes to me at [email protected] 31 August and, assuming enough are cast to make the exercise worthwhile, I will construct a chart and reveal it in the next issue of this newsletter.
So please get voting: I look forward to receiving your lists. For the purposes of this exercise, Lord, I Was Afraid is disqualified because I consider it to be a play, not a novel! Nigel Balchin is buried in Hampstead Cemetery in London, final resting place of the likes of antiseptic pioneer Joseph Lister, music-hall star Marie Lloyd and satirist Alan Coren.
Rediffusion lost its franchise in 1968, and Balchin was thus denied the opportunity of building up a profitable long-term working relationship with the channel.
His final piece of television work, Better Dead, appeared on another ITV network, Anglia, in the summer of 1969.
Balchin TV Drama Shown in UK for First Time in 45 Years I mentioned in the last issue that I was going to Stourbridge, near Birmingham, in March to watch an example of Balchin’s television work.
‘Gentle Counsels’ is one of the tales in the 1954 short-story compilation Last Recollections of My Uncle Charles and Rediffusion, an Independent Television channel that broadcast in the London area in the 1950s and 1960s, transmitted it, along with five of the other stories, in 1967.
Let me be absolutely clear about just what sort of reissues I have in mind.