Hello everyone and welcome to another new post. Sorry it is so short but when I got hold of this article I knew someone would find it interesting. The article is from the British TV guide, Radio Times, 23rd to 29th February 2008. With the afore-mentioned dates that would mean that British television was showing the second series. The second series included the episodes, And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea (one of my all time favourite Lewis episodes), Music to Die ForLife Born of Fire and The Great and the Good.



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. UPDATE: My mum died from Covid-19 on the 6th May 2020. 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). After a year at college I have passed all grades and now will start Edinburgh University in September 2019. I am now in second year having passed all the requirements in first year.

4 thoughts

  1. Thank you for this update, I must agree that ‘And the moonbeam kissed the see’ was also my favourite episode.

  2. Of course it is – the screenplay is by Alan Plater – who wrote screenplay Z Cars (golden oldies will remember),, A very British Coup (could still be prophetic in these troubled times) The Fortunes of War and the wonderful Beiderbecke trilogy

  3. I have just watched the Joan Hickson “Miss Marple” – “A Murder is Announced”, referred to in the last article above, and Sergeant Fletcher is essentially Lewis in a waistcoat.
    One of my local digital stations is now running Morse and Lewis episodes from the start. I’m in for some good late-night viewing on the PVR.

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