Ref NoGUA/9/1/1/65
TitleSylvia Plath
DateMarch 2000
Extent1 VHS and 1 mp4 (7.2 MB)
Creator NameGuardian Newspapers Limited
Partners BDDH
DescriptionBlack and white advert with sound for the Guardian's feature promotiong extracts from poet and novelist Sylvia Plath's journals which began on 18 March 2000. The advert opens with images of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath and the following commentary: "Ted Hughes and Sylvia Path were one of the last centuary's most famous and tragic literary couples."

The advert goes on to feature close ups of a man and woman reading from Plath's journals whilst the following text appears on screen: 'Tomorrow the Guardian is publishing exclusive extracts from Plath's journals. So for the first time you'll be able to hear her story in her words.'

Strapline: 'The Guardian. Free thinkers welcome'.

Duration: 30 seconds. The advert starts at 00.01 on the mp4 file.
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsAccess via GNM Digital Repository.
FormatElectronic record
Video recording

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