Tag Archives: Alex Austin

Sherlock: The Abominable Bride. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves, Mark Gatiss, Andrew Scott, Amanda Abbington, Louise Brealey, Jonathan Aris, Tim McInnerny, Natasha O’Keeffe, Yasmine Akram, Taj Smith, Gerald Kyd, Daniel Fearn, Stephanie Hyam, Damian Samuels, Charles Furness, Adam Greaves- Neal, Jessie Hawkes, Dionne Vincent, Kishan Maru, Gavin Lee Lewis, Tim Barlow, David Nellist, Alex Austin.

It is a war we must lose”, muses Mycroft as he sits with corpulent and greed running through his veins and it seems in every battle there must come a realisation that that the enemy we are fighting is the one that is naturally our ally.

New Tricks: Tender Loving Care. Television Review. B.B.C.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Dennis Waterman, Tamzin Outhwaite, Denis Lawson, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Oliver Cotton, Jon Foster, Laura Rogers, Alex Austin, Max Cavenham, Richard Dillane, Tanmay Dhanania, Lorna Rose Harris, Emmanuel Ighodaro, Sian Thomas, Storme Toolis.

Standing in line to get into a club once you get to a certain age would not be high on everybody’s list of things to do before they get to retirement but for the U.C.O.S. team it’s just another line of enquiry for the team to get into.

The Musketeers, Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Tom Burke, Luke Pasqualino, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Peter Capaldi, Tamla Kari, Maimie McCoy, Hugo Speer, Ryan Cage, Alexandra Dowling, Will Tizard, Roger Aston-Griffith, Abigail Rice, Bo Peraj, Daniel Gosling, Dave Florez, Nicholas McGaughey, Oliver Cotton, Chris Barnes, Philip Brodie, Joe Wredden, Flip Webster, Emily Beecham, David Verrey, Alex Austin.

There doesn’t seem to have been a great action adventure in the void that is Sunday night for ages. Lots of great detective drama but no real daring, swords, and the thrill of a well written narrative interlaced with seeing some of the great heroes of literature being bought to life like never before…that is until The Musketeers.