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John Elliot left film-making to join BBC television in 1949, and helped to pioneer the development of television films. In 1954 he wrote and produced the series "War in the Air". He spent the following year on the staff of the United Nations in New York, returning to Television Centre, London, in 1956 as a writer and producer of dramatized documentaries, the most notable of which was probably The Golden Egg, a portrait of an advertising campaign. In addition, he has had four plays performed on television and has received a special award from the Guild of Television Producers and Directors.