In this week’s Midsomer Murders (part one of “A Tale Of Two Hamlets”), an actor meets an untimely end and Barnaby investigates bad blood in the villages of Upper Warden and Lower Warden. 195 more words
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The BBC’s director of television Danny Cohen is heading for pastures new. He says that in recent weeks he has been approached about “a number of exciting opportunities” and he wants to “consider these in an open and transparent way” so is off next month. 309 more words
This week I started watching a mediocre sitcom on the UK’s Gold TV channel called Marley’s Ghosts. While nothing to shout about, it did give me my inspiration for this week’s Five for Friday and, seeing as Halloween is approaching, what could be more appropriate than TV apparitions. 406 more words
This post concludes the missing scenes from second half of series three of Last Tango in Halifax.
Okay, so these episodes were probably the hardest to re-watch, and possibly one of the reasons for the delay – in addition to switching work schedules to help accommodate vacation time, and need for sleep as I work rather anti-social hours. 7,436 more words
Don’t let the happy family photo above fool you. Last Tango in Halifax: Series Three was laden with tragedy, family clashes and secrets kept hidden away for years. 912 more words