Short story, "Last Pearls", Dennis Potter's final piece of writing, was published in the "Daily Telegraph" (4 June 1994). This story was read by Martin Jarvis
on BBC Radio 4 (9 June 1998 with a repeat on 13 June 1998). Jarvis also read Potter's 1988 short story, "Excalibur", on BBC Radio 4 (22 August 1998).
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Producer Kenith Trodd
, who worked closely with him for years, sees the events of his life as ideal for a biographical film drama: "I don't know whether it'll ever come off, but I want, at some point, probably for television, to do a Dennis Potter biopic. I haven't yet homed in on how we'd do it, who would write it or whether the character would be called Dennis Potter. But I know that in that ...
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