OXFORD FILMING APRIL 2019. A Walk from Christ Church Gardens to Rose Lane.

Hello everyone and welcome to a new post.

I have to apologise in advance for this nice but not great video. I was feeling so guilty at not having posted during the past week or not holding the Sunday Night Morse Club that I thought I would put something together for all of you. It is not the most exciting video and given more time I would have done more with it.

It is a walk from the entrance to Christ Church Gardens at St Aldates

through Merton Grove then Deadman’s Walk then finishing at Rose Lane which has the Botanic Gardens adjacent to it.

I hope this post finds you all well. Personally I am overwhelmed at university but trying to do my best. I’m not having fun as yet but hopefully once I get to grips with the amount of work involved I will be in a better place.

Anyway, I hope you like the video. All things being equal I am hoping to write a review of the Morse episode The Day of the Devil before next Sunday when I will be showing it live on Twitch on what has become known as the Sunday Night Morse Club. Though with only seven episodes to go in the Morse series I will need to change the title to Sunday Night Lewis Club.


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Author: Chris Sullivan

Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died in, 2020, of Covid. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

4 thoughts

  1. Hi Chris

    Thanks for the video and all the work you do on this amazing project. No need to feel guilty when time gets away between activities. You have built up so much credibility and respect for your work here that you will be afforded all the time you need. Remember we are in your debt not the other way around.

    I too am a mature age student and recognise the “am a having fun yet?” questioning and the difficulty returning to study after a decades-long break. Remember to be kind to yourself, try to avoid the drive for perfection and use all the supports available to you.

    All the best.


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