Sharp, Clifford Henry
SHARP, Clifford Henry
SHARP, Clifford Henry. Also writes as Jonathan Curnow. British, b. 1922. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Transportation. Career: House of Commons Estimates Committee, Specialist Adviser, 1968-69; Select Committee on Nationalised Industries, Specialist Adviser, 1972-73; University of Leicester, Lecturer, 1965-68, Sr. Lecturer, 1968-73, Reader in Transport Economics, 1973-; Pearce Sharp and Assocs., Director, 1975-. Publications: The Problem of Transport, 1965; Problems of Urban Passenger Transport, 1967; Transport Economics, 1973; Living with the Lorry, 1973; Transport and the Environment, 1976; The Economics of Time, 1981; It Happened to a Christian, 1998. PLAYS: The Price of Olives, 1991; The Cost of Living, 1991; One of the Family, 1992; The End-of-the-World Button, 1992; The Golden Age, 1992; My Kind of God, 1993. AS JONATHAN CURNOW. PLAYS: Looking for a King, 1996; The Good Church Guide, 1996; (ed.) Platform Souls: Gospel Sketches for the New Millennium, 2000. Address: 18 Guilford Rd, Leicester LE2 2RB, England. Online address: [email protected]
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