Dennis Potter's quietly unsettling Alice is an absorbing dramatisation of the life of Rev. Charles Dodgson at the time of his writing of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, featuring incisive scripting and fine performances from its well-assembled cast.
"Dennis Potter recreates the Oxford of 100 years ago with tenderness and understanding, bringing alive the public world of Alice in Wonderland and the private world of its creator." BBC
The Wednesday Play (1964-70)