What TV’s on at the BFI in June? Including TV preview: The Living and the Dead, architecture on TV, and women and sound day

Not a massive amount of TV on at the BFI in June, but there are a few nuggets of goodness. For starters, there’s a preview of the first episode of Ashley Pharoah’s spooky BBC One period drama, The Living and the Dead. There’s an entire day dedicated to the advent of sound in television and film, and its effect on women both in front of and behind the camera. A new documentary about Ken Loach’s life and work, including his TV dramas, is getting repeated showings. And there’s a season about architecture on TV, too. That’s pretty good, actually.

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