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Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Norman G., British dentist, 1870-1947. See: Bennett angle, Bennett movement.

Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Edward H., Irish surgeon, 1837-1907. See: Bennett fracture.
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Alan Bennett at 80: Bennett Meets Hytner BBC4, tonight, 9pm
Alan Bennett and I were happy to join his summer school for English and History teachers to discuss the issues raised by the play.
Alan Bennett is accused of the murders of Lynne Freeman, top right, and Jodie Betteridge
Maggie Smith stars in the true story of the relationship between Alan Bennett and the singular Miss Shepherd, a woman of uncertain origins who 'temporarily' parked her van in Bennett's London driveway and proceeded to live there for 15 years.
The Alan Bennett Season also includes the first regional production of the memoir-based 'Untold Stories',' directed by Mark Rosenblatt, and starring Reece Dinsdale as the playwright himself.
The Wind in the Willows tells of the adventures of Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad and has been adapted for the stage by Alan Bennett.
Alan Bennett, 56, died of stab wounds in Oldmill Road, Aberdeen, in May.
Talks by playwright Alan Bennett and journalist Andrew Marr sold out in record time as thousands of punters queued for hours to get a glimpse of their heroes.
Previous winners of the prize include Evelyn Waugh, Graham Greene, Sean O'Casey, Alan Bennett and Hilary Mantel, according to Booktrade.
Directed by Stephen Frears with a screenplay by Alan Bennett, this is a funny and at times disturbing film about the life of Joe Orton and his ultimately tragic relationship with his lover Kenneth Halliwell.
James then received encouragement from author Alan Bennett when he was performing in his play The History Boys.