I’m following a nineteenth century tradition and publishing some of “Leefdale” by Michael Murray in weekly instalments. You can find the links to previous instalments on this page. So, if you like the Dickensian idea of reading your novels in weekly instalments, read on ….. Zoe picked up Parker and Lund’s property details and scanned…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #11
Colourful Characters in a Bleak Landscape
I’m pleased to welcome a guest writer to my blog today with a personal memoir of drama teacher Giselle Birke. Actor, writer and teacher, Michael Murray was born in Stepney, East London. He trained for the stage at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Under his Equity name, Michael worked for many years as an…… Continue reading Colourful Characters in a Bleak Landscape
Prime Suspect 1973 | Final episode tonight
Yes, it’s Thursday again and tonight is the final episode of Prime Suspect. I’ve enjoyed this series and am looking forward to the ending. Meanwhile I’ve downloaded to my Kindle the original Lynda la Plante Prime Suspect novels to read again. The Radio Times doesn’t like this series one bit: It’s the final episode of…… Continue reading Prime Suspect 1973 | Final episode tonight
5 Reasons why Prime Suspect 1973 is so good.
If it’s Thursday, it must be Prime Suspect 1973. This week (so it says in the Radio Times) we’re getting: a 1970s wedding “all floaty Laura Ashley dresses and big hats” as Jane Tennison is her sister’s reluctant bridesmaid. Meanwhile DI Bradfield is obsessing over the East End Bentley family even though Jane tells him…… Continue reading 5 Reasons why Prime Suspect 1973 is so good.