Tag Archives: Sara Vickers

Endeavour: Cartouche. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Sara Vickers, Sean Rigby, Dakota Blue Richards, James Bradshaw, Caroline O’ Neill, Phil Daniels, Donald Sumpter, Emma Rigby, Linette Beaumont, Abby Wilson, Iain Stuart Robertson, Christopher Sciueref, Ray Polhill, Alan David, John McAndrew, Simon Dutton, Luke Hornsby, Sophia Capasso, Pano Masti, Alister Hawke, David Shaw Parker, Lewis Peek, Robin Weaver, Betty Denville, Michael Levi Harris, Mark Arden, Steven Flynn, Christian J. Parkinson, Billy Rowlands.

Endeavour: Muse. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Sean Rigby, Anton Lesser, Dakota Blue Richards, James Bradshaw, Lewis Peek,  Abigail Thaw, Charlotte Hope, Tom Durant Pritchard, Tom Wisdom, Nathalie Buscombe, Mark Arden, Robin McCallum, Victor Gardener, Roger Barclay, Rhys Isaac-Jones, Antonia Clarke, Tanya Fear, Sara Vickers, Caroline O’Neill, Emily Barber, David Newman, Samuel Crane, Cassie Clare, Geoffrey McGivern, Hazel Ellerby, Harry Gostelow.

 

Endeavour: Harvest. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Sean Rigby, Dakota Blue Richards, James Bradshaw, Sheila Hancock, Sara Vickers, Alex Mann, Simon Meacock, Caroline O’Neill, Natalie Burt, Michael Pennington, Joanna Horton, Jane Whittenshaw, Chris Coghill, Emily Forbes, Grahame Fox.

It can never be too much of a coincidence that in times of deep disharmony, of scaremongering and deep fear biting at the ankles of those immersed in watching world events, that a television drama, even of the murder/crime genre, can take you back to the roots of the nuclear power debate and show just how close such thinking can wreck the environment and kill thousands of people if there was an accident or act of sabotage.

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.

Shetland, Series Three. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Douglas Henshall, Alison O’ Donnell, Steven Robertson, Mark Bonar, Julie Graham, Stewart Porter, Erin Armstrong, Anna Chancellor, Ciarán Hinds, James Cosmo, Saskia Reeves, Sara Vickers, Ace Bhatti, Andrew Rothney, Archie Panjabi, Jamie Michie, Jack Greenlees, Mark Cox, Struan Rodger, Kate Donnely.

The fairly uncomplicated lives of those who reside on the outlying islands of the United Kingdom is one that is prized and highly valued, it is a way of life that has many attractions and one that many could adapt to if they put their minds to it. However, for those forced to relocate out in to the storm tossed seas that surround the mainland, the islands can represent a jail with no locks, keys or guards, the solitude is enough to drive them to the point of no return.

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: Sway. Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Shaun Evans, Roger Allam, Anton Lesser, Jack Laskey, Sean Rigby, James Bradshaw, Joe Bannister, Jack Bannon, Gina Bramhill, Rob Compton, James Doherty, Rob Jarvis, Brian Lipson, Shvorne Marks, Tim McMullan, Caroline O’Neill,  Cécile Paoli, Adrian Schiller, Michael Thomas, Sara Vickers, Matthew Wilson, Max Wrottesley.

Morse may have been living life a bit more inside the box in recent months but as he relaxes more into a life with purpose after being shot in the last series, Oxford has a serial killer on the loose, one who is acting out of fanatical zeal and the foggy streets of the University city have become a dangerous place for women.

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.