Ken Russell Festival
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Delia is credited with a tape entitled Ken Russell Festival, dated June 1968.
- 25 June 1968:
- A House in Bayswater (1960), the first film Ken Russell wrote and produced for the BBC
- Prokofiev (1961), the first of the film biographies of famous artists, which are perhaps Ken Russell's most important contribution to television
- 2 July 1968:
- The Dotty World of James Lloyd (1964): Ken Russell took a film unit into the Yorkshire home of the self-taught painter whose pointilliste technique was developed with no knowledge of Seurat
- Always on Sunday (1965): A dramatised reconstruction of the life of Henri 'Douanier' Rousseau.
- 9 July 1968:
- Bela Bartok (1964)): Both old film and specially shot material are combined with Bartok's music to reconstruct scenes from the composer's life and to explore the well-springs of his musical inspiration.
- 16 July 1968:
- Elgar (1962): Old newsreel film, photographs, and specially shot material are combined with Eigar's music to reconstruct the life of this great English composer.