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Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 4)

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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It’s time to talk about Series 4 of ‘Downton Abbey’, which I’ve finished recently on Blu-ray. And yes, I have seen the teaser trailer for ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’, the second film due to be released in March 2022. I’m looking forward to seeing that movie, whether on the big screen or not, once it comes out. Continue reading

DVD Reviews – ‘The Miss Marple Collection’ with Joan Hickson

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Well, Sarah Sutton said I should do more ‘Agatha Christie’ stuff on my blog in the Aprils Fools sketch we did earlier this year and what good timing to post this after my ‘Doctor Who’ post on ‘The Unicorn and the Wasp’. Today, I’ve added my reviews on the 12 stories featured in the BBC ‘Miss Marple’ TV series, starring Joan Hickson as the title sleuth. I’ve enjoyed watching these adaptations. Continue reading

‘Monarch of the Glen’ on ‘Bradley’s Basement’

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As we’re in the third week of the repeat of ‘Chieftain’s Caves’, I’ve revisited my ‘Monarch of the Glen’ pages on my blog. This is a BBC TV drama series set in Scotland and was made from 2000 to 2005. I love this drama series. I hope to update my reviews on every episode very soon on my blog. Continue reading

New ‘Monarch of the Glen’ Page

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I’ve added a new page for my ‘Monarch of the Glen’ reviews on ‘Bradley’s Basement’. This includes DVD reviews on each of the seven seasons of the BBC TV series set in Scotland from 2000 to 2005. Continue reading

DVD reviews – ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ (BBC TV series)

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I’ve now posted my reviews on ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ BBC TV series on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. This BBC TV series was the first version of ‘Narnia’ I saw on screen. It’s an amazing and wonderful TV series from 1988-90. It features four out of the seven book adapted into TV. Continue reading