“…Ken Loach, 75, was born in Warwickshire.
After grammar school, he went to Oxford University where he read law.
He started his career in the theatre and went on to become a BBC television director in 1963.
He worked on Z Cars and then the Wednesday Play, where he directed the classic Cathy Come Home.
In 1969, Loach made the award-winning film Kes.
His other movies include Land And Freedom, Sweet Sixteen, The Wind That Shakes The Barley and Looking For Eric.
The Angels’ Share, his new film, is out now…”
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