Tag Archives: Abigail Thaw

Endeavour: Game. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Sean Rigby, Dakota Blue Richards, James Bradshaw, Anton Lesser, Caroline O’Neil, Daniel Attwell, Nicon Caraman, Geff Francis, Chris Fulton, Natalie Grady, Dawn Hope, Ty Hurley, Eleanor Inglis, Adam James, Katherine Kingsley, James Laurenson, Robert Lucklay, Abram Rooney, Gillian Saker, Tristan Sturrock, Abigail Thaw, Ruby Thomas, Sara Vickers, Tony Paul West.

Endeavour: Coda. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Sean Rigby, Dakota Blue Richards, Pearl Appleby, Jack Bannon, James Bradshaw, Robbie Carpenter, Samantha Colley, Mark heap, Jerome Hogg, Conor Lovett, Harry McEntire, Tom McKay, Tom Mothersdale, Caroline O’ Neil, Abigail Thaw, Sarah Vickers, Jimmy Walker, Bronson Webb.

It is the final dance that must come to any series, the peek behind the curtain to what must take place next, and as Endeavour reaches the end of its third series, the situation for the young Morse reaches a crossroads, his mentor is failing to grasp how life must change, his old tutor is embroiled in a scandal and as always the young Detective only sees what he has got when it is far too late. The Coda is the final appreciation in a dance that has to change.

Endeavour: Arcadia. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Jake Laskey, Chris Larkin, Genevieve O’ Reilly, Richard Dillane, Joanna Roth, Charles Babalola, Shvorne Marks, Tom York, Caroline O’ Neil, Sara Vickers, Jack Bannon, Gala Gordon, Dakota Blue Richards, Sean Rigby, James Bradshaw, Amelia Clarkson, Max Bennett, Amalia Vitale, Paige Carter, Angela Terrance, Abigail Thaw, Elizabeth Hopper, Helen Lyle.

The dreaming spires of Oxford are seen by many as the vision of the idyllic, the meeting of the pastoral and the edification of those that reside within its natural border, there is something to be said for this near vision of perfection, of the unceasingly bucolic and the trek through the minds of the people who make it their business to steal the vision and try and make it an overpowering Arcadia.

Endeavour: Ride. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Roger Allam, Shaun Evans, James Bradshaw, Jack Laskey, Anton Lesser, Sean Rigby, David Oakes, Lee Asquith-Coe, Jack Bannon, Samuel Barnett, Martin Bassindale, Margaret Clunie, Sam Coulson, Crystal Leaity, Ben Mansfield, Shvorne Marks, Louis Maskell, Martin Mayger, Robin McCallum, Hilton McRae, Caroline O’ Neil, Guy Potter, Dakota Blue Richards, Vincent Riotta, Lewis Rainer, Nick Sampson, Abigail Thaw, Joe Sims, Meghan Treadway, Dan Trotter, Jemima West.

Endeavour, Neverland. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, James Bradshaw, Anton Lesser, James Wilby, Gordon Kennedy, Abigail Thaw, Oliver Lansley, Jack Laskey, Sean Rigby, Vince Leigh, Shvorne Marks, Caroline O’ Neill, Lasco Atkins, Jack Bannon, Sarah Beck Mather, Oliver Coleman, Mark Flitton, Abby Ford, Max Gold, Andrew Gower, Martin Hancock, Emma Hiddleston, Simon Kunz, Paul Ridley, Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Connor Sitton, George Turvey, Sarah Vickers, Nick Waring, Sarah Woodward.

Endeavour: Nocturne. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 7/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Jack Laskey, Anton Lesser, Jack Bannon, Abigail Thaw, Desomd Barrit, Lucy Boynton, James Bradshaw, Lynn Farleigh, Diane Fletcher, Nell Tiger Free, Maya Gerber, Imogen Gurney, Daniel Ings, Susy Kane, Simon Kunz Kate Lamb, Shvorne Marks, Eleanor Northcott, Caroline O’ Neill, Ian Peck, Tom Prior, Sean Rigby, Straun Rodger, Michael Shannon, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sara Vickers, Emily Warren.

Endeavour, Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, James Bradshaw, Nigel Cooke, Jonathan Coy, Jessica Ellerby, Pooky Quesnel, Sean Rigby, Abigail Thaw, Sarah Vickers, Philip Martin Brown, Jessie Buckley, Liam Garrigan, Beth Goddard, Richard Herdman, Jack Bannon, Michael Hobbs, Celyn Jones, Jack Laskey, Tieva Lovelle, William Mannering, Schorne Marks, Caroline O’Neill, Samuel Oatley, James Palmer, Jamie Parker, Emily Plumtree, Nick Waring, David Westhead, Colin Dexter.

The peak into the world of Ccrime drama that seems to dominate the British television schedules would not be the same without the treasure that is Inspector Morse or his younger incarnation Endeavour.

Doctor Who, The Lady Of Mercia. Audio Drama Review, Big Finish 173.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Anthony Howell, Abigail Thaw, Rachel Atkins, Catherine Grose, Kieran Bew, Stephen Critchlow.

Not everything gets recorded in time, somewhere along the line events get muddled, facts get lost in rumour and legend and gaps appear in history. These gaps, although maddening for academics that have to hazard a guess at what could have happened to certain individuals in antiquity are for writers of science fiction and historical dramas pure gold. The journey they can take people on makes for a fascinating story and in Paul Magrs tale of long forgotten Queens of pre-English History, the absorbing The Lady Of Mercia, Big Finish’s Doctor Who series does what the series does best, it gets deep down and dirty in the historical stories of Humankind.

Endeavour, Home. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Sean Rigby, Chris Barnes, James Bradshaw, Sonya Cassidy, Nick Court, Louise Dylan, Jamie Glover, Richard Hawley, John Hollingsworth, Edmund Kingsley, Jack Laskey, Lloyd McGuire, Poppy Miller, Marilyn O’ Brien, Caroline O’ Neill, Lynda Rooke, Abigail Thaw, Paul Venables, Guy Williams, Clive Wood.

Endeavour, Rocket. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, James Bradshaw, Martin Jarvis, Jenny Seagrove, Jack Roth, Craig Parkinson, Ellie Beaven, William Brand, Joanna Cassidy, Craig Els, Rosalind Halstead, William Houston, Jack Laskey, Maimie McCoy, James Merry, James Northcote, Darwin Shaw, Tim Stern, Abigail Thaw.