It Takes a Worried Man (1981–1983)

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Peter Tilbury ...
 Philip Roath (19 episodes, 1981-1983)
Diana Payan ...
 Ruth (18 episodes, 1981-1983)
Andrew Tourell ...
 Napley (18 episodes, 1981-1983)
Christopher Benjamin ...
 The Old Man (16 episodes, 1981-1983)
Sue Holderness ...
 Liz (13 episodes, 1983)
Nicholas Le Prevost ...
 Simon (12 episodes, 1981-1983)
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Peter Tlibury an unsung hero
16 October 2010 | by (Chelmsford) – See all my reviews

To my mind, Peter Tilbury is one of the unsung heroes of UK TV script writing, His scripts were always funny, erudite, moving and, above all, intelligent. Some of the monologues written for the Shelley series, as well as the characterisations, were stunning. A dry downbeat humour that always hit the spot.

In the "worried man" series I still remember his visits to his psychiatrist where he ended up acting as counsellor rather than the counselled (the psychiatrist was always having problems with his partner Gerald and his love for muesli - "trudging through all those oats").

The very fact that I can remember so much from the series and Shelley pays tribute to the excellence of his writing.

Then of course, a few years later, was the Chef series, with Lenny Henry. Equally stunning. I always wondered if Peter was a genuine foodie or if he carried out meticulous research (e.g looking for the one unpasteurised Stilton still being mad Now, thank heavens, a reality in Stichelton).

Where is he and writers like him these days?


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