Hello my friends and welcome to a late post on the weekly news in the Morse Universe. The reason for my tardiness is that my mother was taken to hospital yesterday, She is feeling a bit better but best of all the doctors have diagnosed the problems and are dealing with them. So, onward and upwards.
Well, one couldn’t start this weekly post without mentioning the biggest news for sometime, the release date for series four of Endeavour and a brilliant trailer for said trailer. The release date is the 8th January 2017 (Only for the UK I believe). Here is the trailer for series 4 below;
After watching that video the hairs on the back of my neck stood up. It of course sounds like Morse code being used throughout the video. The first part of the video had the code; dash, dash, dash dash, dash dash, dot dot dot, dot dot dot, dot dot dot, dash. Which if I am correct translates as, E, E, M, M, S, S, S, E. Make of that what you like.
Another piece of good news is that David Bishop the author of ‘The Complete Inspector Morse’ book is close to finishing his new version of the book which will include the Lewis series as well as the Endeavour series.
David has written that it will be published next month. Click here to see what David plans for the front cover of the new book. Looking forward to David’s book.
Okay on to Twitter.
Laurence Fox on Twitter and Instagram;
Rebecca Front on Twitter.
Rebecca Front will be starring in the adaption of David Walliams own book, ‘Billionaire Boy’.
More on this story by clicking here.
Angela Griffin on Twitter and Instagram.
Worst Witch star Tallulah Milligan and mum Angela Griffin at the Manchester premiere of The Worst Witch.
From the 23rd October 2016 in the Daily Star newspaper online. Headline, “Racism is still RIFE in the TV industry, says actress Angela Griffin”. For the full story click here.
Roger Allam on Twitter.
The official Roger Allam Fansite can be found here., http://rogerallam.co.uk/
Well Morsonians that is all for this week. All being equal I will get another post done for the music, art and literary references series. Until then, take care.