Ken Loach was was born Kenneth Loach on 17th June 1936 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.Following his national service in the RAF, he moved onto Oxford to read law and it was here he performed with the Oxford Revue comedy group.
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Ken Loach's early career at the BBC saw him directing episodes of Z-Cars, and more significantly Diary of a Young Man which followed the adventures of two young working class lads who come down from the North to seek their fame and fortune in London.
The series was significant in that unlike other serials of the time, Loach was able to film some of the segments on location.
1965 saw Ken Loach being used as one of the "in house" directors of the groundbreaking The Wednesday Play series at The BBC.
During 1965 he directed no fewer than six of these plays A Tap on the Shoulder, Wear a Very Big Hat, Three Clear Sundays, Up the Junction, The End of Arthur's Marriage and The Coming Out Party.
Of these plays, Up The Junction made perhaps the most impact, but also courted a certain amount of controversy at the same time.
Up The Junction tells the story of three young women factory workers in their work lives and home lives.
The focus is on one of the women in particular - Rube.
We follow Rube as she meets her first boyfriend, gets pregnant, has a illegal and botched back street abortion and lose her boyfriend in a motorbike crash.
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