UNSUNG HEROINES OF BRITISH CINEMA
In July 2010 BBC Radio 4's Film Programme broadcast a series called Unsung Heroines of British Cinema. Two of those unsung heroines are Script Supervisors - Angela Allen and Ann Skinner (Ann moved from Script Supervising into Producing).






BBC Radio 4 Film Programme - Matthew Sweet talks to Angela Allen

Angela recounts tales of dysentery and whisky drinking on the jungle set of The African Queen, of problems with Marilyn Monroe on Misfits and Montgomery Clift's problems with the bottle on Freud.

Angela Allen's credits on IMBD

This programme was broadcast on BBC R4, July 2010. This audio clip contains the Unsung Heroines/Angela Allen section only - to listen to the full programme please visit the BBC R4 Film Programme website, this link will take you there.

 
BBC Radio 4 Film Programme - Matthew Sweet talks to Ann Skinner

In this clip Matthew Sweet talks to Ann Skinner, who recalls her experiences as Script Supervisor on Modesty Blaise, Star Wars and working with the chaotic Ken Russel. Ann also talks about moving away from Script Supervising and into Producing.

Ann Skinner's Script Supervising and Producing credits on IMDB

As above, this clip contains the Unsung Heroines/Ann Skinner section only. To
listen to the full programme this link will take you to the relevant BBC R4 page.