Tag Archives: Jeremy Swift

Strike: The Silkworm. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Tom Burke, Holliday Grainger, Tim McInnerny, Dominic Mafham, Tasmin Topolski, Tom Greaves, Monica Dolan, Liz Williams, Rob Callender, Jeremy Swift, Peter Sullivan, Dorothy Atkinson, Catherine Bailey.

Why anyone would want to be friends with a novelist or any form of writer who sees the muse in almost anything is one of those rare questions that never truly gets answered; to be a friend of a writer is to open yourself up to the knowledge that some part of your personality might be the basis of a character’s reason for existing somewhere down the line.

Inspector George Gently: Gently With The Women. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Lisa McGrillis, Jeremy Swift, Lucy Liemann, Emily Woof, Derek Riddell, Denise Welch, Alice Blundell, Paul Charlton, Mickey Cochrane, Christine Berriman Dawson, Simon Hubbard, Madeline Knight, Lillian Macardle, Annabel Scholey, Robert Whitelock, Philippa Wilson.

There are few crimes that are as horrific as murder, and yet when they take place the nation is divided it seems between those who with macho intent deliver a sermon well worn and so outdated that it barely deserves repeating and those who understand how the unbalancing of the act can have on the local area, the people and nature.

Jupiter Ascending, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * *

Cast: Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, Tuppence Middleton, Christina Cole, Nicholas A. Newman, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Ramon Tikaram, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tim Pigott-Smith, James D’Arcy, Jeremy Swift, Vanessa Kirby, Samuel Barnett, Terry Gilliam.

There is no doubting the scale of imagination of the Wachowskis. Other, arguably more highly regarded and even phenomenally charged films such as The Matrix trilogy and the exceptional V for Vendetta, will however be remembered with more fondness than the latest film to escape Andy and Lana’s burgeoning net, the visually stunning but poorly delivered Jupiter Ascending.

Foyle’s War, Trespass. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Ellie Haddington, Rupert Vansittart,  Richard Lintern,  Tim McMullan, Alex Jennings,  Matilda Zieglar, Alexander Arnold, Michael Begley, Jonny Bingham, Jim Cartwright, Gerry Aziz, Oliver Churm, Hermione Gulliford, John Heffernan, Finbar Lynch, Colin Mace, Ania Marson, Poppy Miller, Josh Moran, Marianne Oldham, William Postlethwaite, Amber Rose Revah, Bianca Rudman, Michael Schaeffer, Michael Ryan, Jeremy Swift, Jonathan Tafler, Sophie Skelton, Jeremy Swift, Yolanda Vazquez, Scott Vickers, Daniel Weyman.

Foyle’s War, High Castle. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Charlie Archer, Rupert Simonian, Nick Cornwall, John Waterhouse, Rupert Vansittart, Ellie Haddington, Tim McMullan, Daniel Weyman, Paul Barnhill, Jeremy Swift, Jamie Winstone, Vincenzo Nicoli, Nigel Lindsay, John Mahoney, Madeline Potter, George Lasha, Mark Chatterton, Hermoine Gulliford, Amanda Lawrence, Joseph Drake, Neil Fitzmaurice, Marianne Oldham, Pip Donaghy, Ollie Hancock, Joe Simpson, Ludger Pistor, Will Keen, Sean Cernow.

Christopher Foyle’s war is never ending and post war Britain must be thankful that there was at least one honest man around who was willing to go up against so called authority in which to get to the absolute truth.

Foyle’s War, Sunflower. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Ellie Haddington, Tazmin Outhwaite, Lars Eidinger, Charles Aitkin, William Armstrong, Radeck Belchnerowski, Andrew Bennett, Paul Benzing, Fiona Button, Alexandra Clatworthy, Emma Colohan, Richard Dilane, Robert Donnelly, Jodie Hay, Daniel Hill, Jeremy Swift, Colin Stinton, Andrew Tieman, Rupert Vansittart.


Despite being a policeman of the highest impeccable order there are some things that do irritate and upset Christopher Foyle, having to deal with a high ranking Nazi in the care of MI5 would probably rank near the top of his list, just one below being made to look like an aged dinosaur who doesn’t embrace the new world by being lied to by his superiors.

Foyle’s War, The Cage. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Ellie Haddington, Tim McMullan, Jeremy Swift, Daniel Weyman, Tom Beard, Jonathan Hyde, Rupert Vansittart, Laura Way, Lucy-Ann Holmes, Simon Coury, Radoslaw Kaim, Rufus Wright, Alexandra Clatworthy.

With the erstwhile Christopher Foyle, perhaps one of the most reliable and honest detectives to have graced the television screens in over a decade, being at the beck and call of the shadowy world of MI5, it is no wonder that he finds himself having to stoop to a low level to get the information he needs in order to tie up, not just one small mystery that he would have relished in his Hasting days but seemingly an overabundance of inter-related murders, abduction and covertness that must be making his level-headed swim in the aptly titled episode of Foyle’s War, The Cage.