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British Drama: A Guide (Part II: The Mystery Tier 4)

Tier 4: The Butler Did It! I preface this with the possibly obvious comment that these are the shows I like least and have, accordingly, seen least.  If they improve dramatically after a first series, I accept my ignorance of … Continue reading

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British Drama: A Guide (Part II: The Mystery Tier 1)

Tier One – Buy Low, Sell NEVER! Inspector Morse (1987-2000) Morse, everyone just calls me Morse. DCI Morse (John Thaw) is the prickly, classical-music loving, educated, snobby, crossword-solving detective who investigates the incredibly over-abundant murders of Oxford.  Helping him in this … Continue reading

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Endeavour

There’s right and there’s wrong, I know which side I’m on. If you’ve never seen Inspector Morse (1987-2000), then you’ve been depriving yourself of one of the best detective mysteries of all time.  The John Thaw and Kevin Whately duo lasted for years and provided consistent … Continue reading

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