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According to Lipman, Rosenthal wrote right up until his death. He left an astonishing legacy of work, not least his Coronation Street episodes, which are rightly Nike Air Huarache Og Royal Pink Blue
"What I don't know is if it will work on a stage. It's difficult to envisage."
As the 65 year old talks about the husband she lost nearly seven years ago, its clear her affection for him is still very much alive and her pride at what he achieved is evident.
Rosenthal also wrote films, making Yentl with Barbra Streisand, an experience he failed to enjoy. He wrote seven further scripts for Hollywood, which were never made, including one about George Best. He was a devoted Red his whole life.
Rosenthal, born in Cheetham Hill, began his career at Granada in 1960, initially in the promotions department. He soon started working on the station's new soap, staying to pen 129 episodes of Coronation Street. He helped establish its style, implanting earthy, working class humour into its DNA. Along the way he married another TV institution, comedian and actress Maureen Lipman. He died in 2004, having written more than 250 scripts.
"I was on a ship and my agent called me and asked if I wanted to take over the Rovers," she laughs at the memory. "Well that's like being asked out for dinner by Robert Redford. I was there in a flash. Nobody would turn down Coronation Street.
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As well as writing several plays for Maureen, he also penned The Evacuees, Bar Mitzvah Boy and Spend, Spend, Spend. One of the pieces he wrote for Play For Today, Hot Fat, is also being performed at the Lass O'Gowrie this week, as part of its Midwinter Lassfest drama festival.
Jack got his chance to write for the soap soon after it began. Back then it broke new ground in its portrayal of ordinary working class people. "He learnt his trade on Coronation Street. But what he really wanted to do was write plays for TV. Eventually he was able to do that and he wrote these great pieces which were like novels."
New life for Coronation Street classics at Manchester
The programme today is very different to the one he worked on. "It's changed to keep up with EastEnders," says Maureen. "It's no longer the everyday tale of working folk. There are murders and disasters. It still has some relevance but it's not quite the same."
However she has happy memories of her brief stint in the show. Ten years ago she was drafted in when the return of Julie Goodyear as Bet Lynch proved short lived.
theatre and it seems appropriate as a lot of the scenes in these scripts will be based in the Rovers.
"Film and TV seem to be converging. Movies like The King's Speech and Brassed Off would have been on TV years ago. Now they're films and we don't have that kind of thing on television. It's strange. I know there's nothing on TV for me."
For those of us who believe Coronation Street isn't as good as used to be, there's a unique opportunity this week to relive episodes of the soap from its ground breaking, glory days of the 1960s. But you won't be able to see them on telly. Instead they're being played out in Nike Huaraches Cleats a pub.
"He regarded writing as a job. He had no vanity about it. He was working class, northern and Jewish. He knew he had to make a living and that was what he set out to do," she says.
"TV was a disappointment for Jack before he died.
"It was wonderful. Everyone was lovely to me. I worked with Betty Driver and it was such fun. Lately she's been busy in the theatre. She's currently directing and starring in a Neil Simon play. It's a shame. Maureen could be just what the producers need to bring back some of the glory of Corrie's golden days, which her late husband did so much to create.
in this case pub.
The pair met in 1969 when work brought Lipman to Manchester. She was performing a play with a group attached to the Stables pub, where Jack and his Granada pals drank.
Lipman is hoping to catch one of the performances of her late husband's work later this week and is intrigued to see how a Corrie script will transfer from screen to stage, or Nike Huarache Cleats Blue
"I think it's fantastic it's being performed in a pub," she laughs. "I've done pub Nike Huaraches Colours
"He started at Granada in the same office as Tony Warren (the creator of Coronation Street). When the first episode aired Jack rang Tony and told him he loved it. But Tony said: "Never mind what you thought about it, did your mother like it?"
"In the current wave of TV fashion you'd have to wait a long time to see a single play," says Lipman.
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