Tag Archives: Paul Copley

Broken. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Sean Bean, Adrian Dunbar, Muna Otaru, Mark Stanley, Aine Ni Mhuiri, Rochenda Sandall, Paula Malcolmson, Paul Copley, Vanessa Earl, Steve Garti, Jerome Holder, David McClelland, Aoife McMahon, Naomi Pickering, Lauren Lyle, Anna Friel, Faye McKeever, Debra Michaels, Matthew Wilson, Thomas Arnold, Daniel C. Bishop, Eithne Browne, Clare Calbraith, Ned Dennehy, Jack Harper, Phil Davies.

 

Paul Carrack, Gig Review. Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool. (2017).

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Liverpool will always welcome back those who make the point, who express the truth of their love for the city; it can only ever hoped that such sentiment is always given and not neglected like other cities that turn their back on you. It is a sentiment that it is articulated with musical brilliance by Paul Carrack, a genuine man, a special musician, and one who understands just how much the city relishes in seeing its heroes on the stage.

Midsomer Murders, Let Us Prey. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 7/10

Cast: Neil Dudgeon, Gwilym Lee, Fiona Dolman, Tazmin Malleson, Rebecca Front, Michael Jayston, Roy Hudd, Andrea Lowe, Vincent Regan, William Postlethwaite, Patricia Brake, William Beck, Paul Copley, Gerald Horan.

In Midsomer, the trouble an old church relic can cause is enough to drive a whole village to thoughts of murder. In the latest episode of Midsomer Murders, Let Us Prey Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby is not only coming to terms with impending fatherhood but also trying to capture the murderer who is using the finding of an old forgotten fresco in the village church, a disturbing piece which portrays gruesome ways of killing humans, as inspiration.