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‘Monarch of the Glen’ – Series 2 UPDATED

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I’ve updated and extended my reviews on Series 2 of ‘Monarch of the Glen’! The series stars Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, Alistair Mackenzie, Lorraine Pilkington, Alexander Morton, Dawn Steele and Hamish Clark. I’m pleased I’ve updated my Series 2 reviews and am looking forward to Series 3 next. Continue reading

‘Monarch of the Glen’ – Series 1 UPDATED

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

My parents and I are currently revisiting ‘Monarch of the Glen’ this year! So I’ve been able to update and extend my reviews on the episodes themselves. Lately, I’ve updated my reviews on Series 1 of ‘Monarch of the Glen’, starring Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, Alistair Mackenzie and Lorraine Pilkington. I’m glad I’ve been able to do this and hope I’ll be able to update my reviews for the rest of the series. Continue reading

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

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

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

DVD review – ‘The Barchester Chronicles’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

As I said in my ‘New Drama Page’ post last week, I’ve now added my DVD review on ‘The Barchester Chronicles’. This is a seven-part BBC TV serial, based on the books by Anthony Trollope. The serial stars Donald Pleasance, Nigel Hawthorne, Alan Rickman, Clive Swift, Geraldine McEwan and Susan Hampshire. 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