Collection: MS 2046: Andy Lipman Collection

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Title: Andy Lipman Collection

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS 2046

Date: 1968-1997

Main language: English

Size and medium: 6 boxes; manuscript papers; typescript papers; photographs; slides; transparencies; volumes; audio cassettes; Hi8 video cassettes; VHS video cassettes

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/506474 

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Description

Includes material relating to Andy Lipman's university career, his theatre and television work and wider interests.

Administrative or biographical history

Andy Lipman the television producer and writer was born on 27 January 1952. Originally trained as a lawyer, he left the legal world behind to work in television. With Philip Timmins, Lipman was a project coordinator of the low-budget video 'Framed Youth' which consisted of tales of coming-out. The video won the Grierson Award for best documentary in 1984. Lipman submitted the proposal that became 'The Media Show' on Channel 4 and became its producer. From 1990-1992 Lipman edited and produced four series of the Channel 4 programme 'For Love or Money' on the art and antiques' market. He also produced 'World in Action' in 1993. He died on 3 March 1997.

Provenance

Donated by Jon Lipman, Andy's brother, in July 2016.

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Reproduction

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