To-day I shall be strong, No more shall yield to wrong, Shall squander life no more; Days lost, I know not how.
A. E. Housman’s words are worth living by and the days are becoming lost.
So, let us have a look at the last seven lost days and see what the world according to Morse has been up to.
Let us, as always, start with the Twittersphere.
Laurence Fox on Twitter and Instagram. @LozzaFox
Laurence Fox to join The Frankenstein Chronicles for its second series on ITV
Former Lewis actor, Laurence Fox has joined TV drama The Frankenstein Chronicles for its second season.
The adaptation inspired by Mary Shelley’s classic tale, stars Sean Bean and has begun filming its follow-up run for ITV.
Laurence, who separated from his wife, former Dr Who star Billie Piper, in 2016, has signed up alongside The Musketeers star Ed Stoppard, SS-GB’s Maeve Dermody and Waterloo Road’s Richie Campbell, who are also new to the programme.
Created by Benjamin Ross and Barry Langford, The Frankenstein Chronicles is set in Regency London in 1827 and follows Inspector John Marlott, a talented investigator who is recruited by Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel to bring a chilling and diabolical killer to justice. As the investigation unfolded, it became clear that a demonic power at work in the city, attempting to reanimate the dead in a curious parody of the celebrated Frankenstein novel.
Dakota Blue Richards on Twitter and Instagram @DakotaBlueR
CID Hathaway This fan account is dedicated to the work of @LozzaFox and Shaun Evans. @LF_Hathaway
The above gifs are from http://britishdetectives.tumblr.com
Shaun Evans Only I’m not Shaun, I’m just an admirer.
The following pictures are from ‘Simply Oxford photoblog’ Photography by Nasir Hamid
Thanks to one of my blog readers, Ileana Dominguez-Urban, who brought this following website to my attention. http://www.imcdb.org/movie_874608-Lewis.html
It is an Internet Movie Car Database. It includes cars used in the Endeavour, Lewis and Morse series. Here is an example page;
Very interesting for those petrolhead Morse fans.
Below are some photos from the filming of Lewis from the Arena Pal website.
From the same site here are some of Clare Holman. (Dr. Russell)
TARTUFFE – Moliere 03/02 National Theatre – London. By the way that is Martin Clunes on the right who starred in the Morse episode ‘Happy Families’.
The above four are from a production of THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA by Shakespeare.
That is for this weekly round up. I hope you are all well and a huge thank you for supporting this blog.