Two British Magazine Articles: A Interview With John Thaw From 1978 and An Article About The Lewis & Morse Characters 2009.

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The John Thaw interview is from a film magazine, that I myself bought back then, called Photoplay from August 1978.

The second article is an overview of the Lewis and Morse characters.

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First up is the Photoplay interview with John Thaw from 1978.

Next is the article from the British TV Guide, Radio Times from March 2009.

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Author: Chris Sullivan

Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died last year of Covid. I am now about to start my third year year at Edinburgh University studying for a second degree this one being English Literature. My other degree is in Ecological Science. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

3 thoughts

  1. Thank you Chris for sharing these articles. I especially enjoy learning more about John Thaw as my knowledge is limited to the Inspector Morse series. The article your shared I think in Dec. was also informative and insightful. I’ve learned so much about this shy, talented, and outstanding actor. It has helped me understand just how immense his acting abilities were.
    I’ve read several articles about Kevin Whately and this article allowed me to look at how his talent made Lewis the beloved character he became. I believe there is a charm about Kevin’s everyman that transcends what some may think of as just ordinary and likeable.

  2. Hi, Chris and group. Have been in hospital without internet access since 2/4/21. I’ve missed you. I am now in a hospice. We’ll see if I live or die. Love, Sue

    1. Oh heavens Sue I’m so sorry to read of you being hospitalized. I, and I’m sure everyone on my site, wish you well. Please stay in contact and feel free to email me at any time.

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