SHERRIN, Ned. (Edward George Sherrin). British, b. 1931. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Plays/Screenplays, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography, Essays, Reference. Career: Film, theater, and TV producer. Producer, ATV, 1956-58, and BBC, 1958-65: produced and directed TV satire prog., That Was the Week That Was. Publications: (with C. Brahms) Cindy-Ella (novel), 1962; (with C. Brahms) Rappel 1910 (novel), 1964; (with C. Brahms) Benbow Was His Name (novel), 1967; (with C. Brahms) Ooh La La! (short stories), 1973; (with C. Brahms) After You Mr. Feydeau (short stories), 1975; A Small Thing Like an Earthquake (memoirs), 1983; (with C. Brahms) Song by Song, 1984; Cutting Edge, 1984; (with N. Shand) 1956 and All That, 1984; (with A. Beaton) The Metropolitan Mikado (libretto), 1985; (with C. Brahms) Too Dirty for the Windmill (memoir), 1986; Loose Neds (essays), 1990; Theatrical Anecdotes, 1991; In His Anecdotage, 1993; Sherrin's Year (diary), 1996; Scratch an Actor (novel), 1996. EDITOR: (with D. Frost) That Was the Week That Was, 1963; O.U. Dictionary of Humorous Quotations, 1995. Address: c/o Casarotto Ramsay Ltd, National House, 60-66 Wardour St., London W1V 3HP, England.