WE'RE NOT interested in any latterday lousy remake or stupid real-life roustabout; only the original, and superior, vintage is what matters
TEA-AND-SLIPPERS SLEUTHERY, best taken over doilies and Darjeeling, if not Lucozade and egg soldiers.
WHIMSICAL DRAMA by MIKE STOTT set in and around a fictional Lancashire town.
CUE THE pigeons.
"NOT THE Tropic of Cancer, or the Tropic of Capricorn, but our very own little English Tropic..."
JOHN MORTIMER swaps a swig of BAILEY for a hefty helping of post-war decline-and-fall histrionics adapted from his own novel and layered...
TWITTERING TWOSOME raise havoc in a decorous 1920s village populated with the likes of NIGEL HAWTHORNE.
SPRIGHTLY SPINSTER gets invited to a weekend in the country
ALL-ENGLISH-LIFE IS here Sunday night village affair