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Lewis on the box!

 
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quotePosted at 07:26 on 9th April 2008
lol Ron
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Andy Edwards
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quotePosted at 08:09 on 9th April 2008
Yes, I've seen him. He was totally rubbish this weekend, I don't think he'll be winning the drivers' championship this season! Especially in that clapped out purple Jaguar that John Thaw used to drive around Oxford, or was it Hamilton?
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quotePosted at 09:35 on 15th April 2008
Morse must have needed a fast car for his commute every day---between working in Oxford and his flat which was filmed in a large Victorian house in Ealing, West London.

Edited by: Paul Hilton at:1st September 2009 17:18
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Mary Quintois
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quotePosted at 23:12 on 15th April 2008
Oh....that Inspector Lewis....no, I don't like the show as much as Inspector Morse...I loved the Inspector Morse mysteries!Cool
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Barbara Shoemaker
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quotePosted at 17:08 on 1st September 2009

Ron and Anna, I thought of you last night as I watched the first episode of "Inspector Lewis", Series 2.  Granted, I do very much miss the late John Thaw's Inspector Morse, but I'm enjoying Inspector Lewis and Sargeant Hathaway more and more.  The best bit for me, at least in the episode I watched last night, is that there are so many shots of beautiful Oxford.  I'm sure some scenes were filmed indoors on a set, but they also provided a wealth of views of the City of Oxford, those "dreaming spires", the Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Camera, the river, and some wonderfully charming village and countryside scenes.  Oh, to be in Oxford!

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/lewis/watch.html

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Richard Sellers
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quotePosted at 17:11 on 1st September 2009
Boo Hoo,,oh,,,,,,Only if i had wings right now...
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Ron Brind
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quotePosted at 17:33 on 1st September 2009
You are so right Barbara and Rick mate............one day eh?
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Richard Sellers
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quotePosted at 17:42 on 1st September 2009
As God is my witness,,,I shall walk the "Green And Septered isle" (was that spelled right ?!!) one day,and treat poe members to a nght out at a Ron recomended Pub !!
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Ron Brind
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quotePosted at 17:48 on 1st September 2009

You would be more than welcome Rick, so start saving!! LOL

Oh by the way Rick... Green And Sceptred isle.........Britishness!!

Shall I book the table?

 

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Richard Sellers
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quotePosted at 17:50 on 1st September 2009
have been putting a little something away,and, by all means do book!!!(make it a large table near the fireside!)
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