drama-doc

drama-doc

n
(Broadcasting) informal a film which combines fact and fiction
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drama-doc

[ˈdrɑːmədɒk] drama-documentary N [ˈdrɑːməˌdɒkjʊˈmentərɪ]docudrama m
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THIS fab sounding drama-doc marks the 60th anniversary since India gained independence from the UK.
In parts a drama-doc, it uses the testimonies of survivors, victims' families and emergency workers.
9 (10) Touching The Void (15) A mountain climber survives a near fatal fall in a powerful drama-doc.
One highly-charged drama-doc about the events of Bloody Sunday is better than none.
THESE drama-doc affairs often feel like they really belong on radio, with the pictures tacked on as an after-thought.
10(-)Touching The Void (15) Powerful drama-doc about a climbing accident.
People weren't used to the idea of a woman having her husband executed for her to achieve power," explains one of the very entertaining Russian experts on this drama-doc.
00pm THE drama-doc strand that aims to tell us that we're all doomed returns with yet more desperately scary future scenarios.
But none has' had the immediacy of this salty drama-doc, based on the accounts of HMS Victory's surgeon William Beatty (Francis Magee) who was busy fighting his own battle, below-decks to save the lives of more than 100 wounded men.
Cracker creator Jimmy McGovern has scripted this drama-doc about the football stadium disaster which claimed 95 lives.
And while the drama-doc is usually the worst of all possible worlds - this one even features pretend "interviews" with his family and friends - it's hard to know how else to tell the life story of a man who stopped going out in public when he found out he was losing his hearing.
54 Hillsborough (ITV) 1996: Drama-doc covering 1989 football disaster