Tag Archives: Michael Kitchen
@kitchenfoyle A lot of this was shot in my parents house in Norwich. Happy New Year.—
Johnny (@temple_boy) January 01, 2019
Part of BBC’s Christmas programming 29 years ago today.
Classic John Farrow brilliantly acted by Michael Kitchen.
Brighton Rock is put aside for a sip of Glenlivet with Dad.
And its smallest-ever gift, $7 to the Boy Scouts in 1989, appeared to pay for his son's annual Boy Scout dues.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) December 18, 2018
Agree. Just finished listening to Ian McEwan read his novella, On Chesil Beach, which also contains wonderful descriptions of music.
BBC Radio’s abridged version of Amsterdam is a treat.
On a day like today, one can’t help but draw parallels with War Games.
Updated some gifs from Fall of Eagles which made me think of Maybury, the other BBC series in which Patrick Stewart and Michael Kitchen appeared together. Delighted to discover that a video recording from 1981 containing an extended preview of Maybury was uploaded to YouTube some months ago. In the piece Patrick Stewart discusses the new show and mentions some of the notable guest stars including MK, who played Martin, a lawyer whose wife (Suzanne Bertish) suffers from agoraphobia.
To counter the blackness of our current predicament — a burst of brilliant color from Australia’s 7TWO.
Didn’t know there was a second volume to the government climate report released last November. It gives whole new meaning to Black Friday:
Actually, I’m not convinced Trump can read above a third-grade level, while key members of his administration are determined to keep their heads deeply buried in the sand as they wage war against science and the environment.
Michael Kitchen and Iain Blair in The Brontës of Haworth
When Doctor Who and Remembrance meet, a piece of magic transfixes the listener, cast back into the battlefields of… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
BabelColour 🎞 (@StuartHumphryes) November 10, 2018
…she dwells without evident compunction in a gaudier fairyland of grander fictions. There’s no panic. No squeak. Just that repulsed expression, as if a foul odor had wafted in and she knew – just knew – that the culprit was CNN. …Sure, every administration indulges in self-serving narratives and laughable spin. But this administration takes both to perverse summits, and Sanders is its mountaineer extraordinaire.
– Frank Bruni, Sarah Huckabee Sanders Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
“Sarah Huckabee Sanders Offers to Lie for Free During Shutdown” – Satire from the Borowitz Report
BREAKING NEWS: Sarah Sanders lied not one - not two - not three - not four - but every time - she opened her mouth… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…—
Ryan Knight 🌊 (@ProudResister) October 30, 2017
Positive reviews for Michael Kitchen’s fly fishing technique on flyfishingforum.com:
Several times in “Foyle’s War” Foyle is shown fishing, in coat and tie (or vest and tie), and hippers. The actor, Michael Kitchen, looks like he might have at least a nodding acquaintance with the rod. The stream doesn’t look like much, but we know how that goes. I have to say, I like the coat and tie part of it. It’s such a good show I am inclined to overlook any lack of technique. – patrick62
Just started watching Foyle’s War yesterday. Was pleased to see the fishing moments. The guy can actually pretty much cast the cane rod he’s using. – gt05254
@thistallawkgirl This is just so we can stress eat in peace while we worry about tomorrow’s election outcomes.—
Kailee Zan (@ZanKa008) November 05, 2018
Well, since I missed the one in June…
With temptations on offer, two friendships take off.
A rather interesting take from the datalounge.com forum:
Please tell me that someone else picked up the homo undertones between Foyle and the American Captain? In the same episode American GIs are ranting about missing their girls and seducing all the local girls, Sam gets an American boyfriend and Foyle gets picked up by this Manly American Captain going on about his ‘rod’ and inviting Foyle to get drunk with him. The subtext was dripping. You can’t tell me the writers weren’t giggling about that one.