Post by Arthur Pringle on Oct 15, 2018 19:56:48 GMT
Vienna no doubt knows this but as Public Eye is on talkingpicturestv at the moment I thought it may be of interest to mention that the episode shown today featuring Stephanie Beacham called 'My Life's My Own' is a story that was used again the following year by Roger Marshall in an Armchair Theatre play. The play is called 'Wednesday's Child' & is on the Armchair Theatre Volume 2 dvd, in both stories the married couple have the same character names & are played by the same actors ( the exception being Stephanie Beacham whose character is played by Prunella Ransome ), the Armchair Theatre play is a prequel to the Public Eye episode.
Do you mind not calling me squire or chief or boyo or mate?
A couple of members recently mentioned Chertsey on the thread for the Sweeney episode 'On the Run'. The Surrey town was used as a base for Frank Marker in some of the last episodes of Series 7 in 1975, filmed in the second half of 1974. George Sweeney also visited this location in the episode 'Hard Times'.
Frank Marker's office at Chertsey railway station
Mrs Grahame's house from the episode 'What's to Become of Us?' Located in Abbey Gardens, Chertsey
The Prince Regent pub, from the same episode, on Guildford Street, Chertsey.
NOW (different angle)
The 'permissive society' doesn't exist. I know, I've looked for it - Rupert Rigsby