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Midsomer Murders

 
Krissy
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quotePosted at 16:44 on 25th March 2009
On 25th March 2009 16:27, Sue . wrote:
Ciaran Hinds is wonderful! I love that deep voice of his.


Oh I love him...I love his funny little lispy thing he's got going on!!
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quotePosted at 16:45 on 25th March 2009
OH Diana!!!  I just googled Nathaniel Parker!!!  whew...he's hot stuff too!!
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Diana Sinclair
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quotePosted at 16:55 on 25th March 2009

Here you go Sue:

 Nathaniel Parker

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Sue H
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quotePosted at 17:05 on 25th March 2009

Wait! I'm getting Ciaran Hinds and Alan Rickman mixed up. Both are excellent actors of course, but I always get confused between them.

Thanks for the link Diana. 

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quotePosted at 17:06 on 25th March 2009
Alan Rickman is great!
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Sue H
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quotePosted at 17:08 on 25th March 2009

Oh, I think Mr Parker is rather delish. 

I can handle seeing him in Midsommer I think, 

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Diana Sinclair
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quotePosted at 17:08 on 25th March 2009
Yup, me too Sue, me too! Wink
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quotePosted at 18:24 on 25th March 2009
Thank goodness for Netflix!  I can watch both John Thaw as Inspector Morse and John Nettles in Midsomer Murders anytime I like; next best thing to owning the DVDs at this point.  I'm waiting for the latest seasons of MM to come out on DVD because I haven't even seen those at all! 
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quotePosted at 18:32 on 25th March 2009
Oh Barbara.....I love my Netflix too!!!  (thing in common # 458! LOL)
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quotePosted at 19:19 on 25th March 2009

At least John Nettles will be on our screens until 2011 when he's in his final episode, 82 cases along. From May, Midsomer is back on US TV via the PBS Network starting of with the pilot episode of 1997, The Killings At Badgers Drift wich features The Lee, Little Missenden, and Bledlow villages in Buckinghamshire.

John Nettles will be working on a major documentary about the German occupation of the Channel Islands; a place he has connections too as well, for those who recall him in the TV series Bergerac, where he does look a tad younger as Det. Sgt. Jim Bergerac of the Jersey Police.

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