ENDEAVOUR SERIES 6 SET DESIGN PHOTOS.

Hello everyone and welcome to a new post. The following is photographs from the set of the sixth series of Endeavour by Paul Cripps the set designer. Paul Cripps has written that it is a wrap on the new series. The photos below the first set are from earlier Instagram posts. Click on the little arrow to on the right of the first set of pictures to see others. All copyright is of course with Paul Cripps.

 

 

 

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Familiar shadow. #endeavour #productiondesignerlife #productiondesign

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Waiting. #endeavour

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Author: Chris Sullivan

After having looked after my mum for some 11 years she is now unfortunately in a nursing home. I'm afraid her dementia worsened as did her physical capabilities. So, for the first time in 21 years I find myself no longer caring for anyone. Apart from my mum I was also a single parent to two children and also looked after my dad who had Alzheimers, (he died in 2005). So, I have decided to return to University to try and get another degree this time in English Literature. (My other degree I got some 30 years ago is one in Ecological Science. Firstly I have to complete an intensive year at college which starts at the end of August 2018. If I pass the college year I will then be able to go straight into Edinburgh University. A busy time ahead made even busier by my writing a book on the TV series, Lewis.

2 thoughts

  1. Just watched rambling boy – Lewis.

    The officer working with Lewis said he had met him when his father died. Was that in a episode of morse?

  2. This isn’t so much a comment about the set design as it is about the style of the period that’s being depicted, but whenever I see some of the color combinations and patterns of the common home decor of Britain in the late 60s/early 70s, I both sigh and cringe. I mean, look at that living room set (I assume it’s a set, being used for a secondary purpose in the shot above) with its tile fireplace and yellow patterned wallpaper and whatever that carpet is. It reminds me of some of the domestic sets in “Life on Mars” and in earlier series of “Morse,” both of which got a lot of praise from viewers with long memories for their authenticity, so I assume this was at least more or less what people really lived with and even found attractive. And now? Ugh!

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