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The guide is fully indexed by county, episode and location type and covers everything from public houses and breweries to churches and stately homes.

Author: Antony Richards


ISBN: 1901091309

Category: Inspector Morse (Television program)

Page: 114

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Covering 11 counties from Aldbury in Hertfordshire in Herfordshire to Woodstock in Oxfordshire, Inspector Morse on Location, published in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society, surveys over 75 locations that are most associated with the television productions of Inspector Morse(and all 5 series of Lewis).It not only gives the Morse and Lewis connections, along with filming anecdotes, but concentrates on the historical aspects of each site, most of which are open to the public and are of interest in their own right. The guide is fully indexed by county, episode and location type and covers everything from public houses and breweries to churches and stately homes. Inspector Morse on Location is fully illustrated and even contains location maps to assist the reader in planning visits.This publication is a companion to The Oxford of Inspector Morse, by Antony J. Richards & Philip Attwell, which is the original and bestselling guide to over 30 of the central Oxford locations, being fully illustrated, with location map and Oxford walk.A must for all Inspector Morse and Lewis enthusiasts
2011-06 By Antony Richards

Fully updated in 2020 and now including every Lewis episode as well - from the Ashmolean Museum to the White Horse public house, The Oxford of Inspector Morse, is the official guide to Inspector Morse and Lewis published in conjunction with ...

Author: Antony J. Richards

Publisher: Irregular Special Press

ISBN: 1901091031

Category: Endeavour (Television program)

Page: 45

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From the Ashmolean Museum to the White Horse public house, The Oxford of Inspector Morse, is the official guide published in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society, and companion to InspectorMorse on Location which covers all the locations outside of Oxford itself, is the original guide to the various Oxford locations most associated with the books and television productions of Inspector Morse as well all six series of Lewis and not forgetting the new Endeavour film as well. It not only gives the Morse and Lewis connections but concentrates on the hstorical aspects of more than fifty places used in filming the adventures. With over ten editions, regularly updated. fully illustrasted, indexed by place and episode, and with a location map and Oxford walk, this publication quite rightly features at number six in the Blackwell's Bestseller List. Amust for all Inspector Morse, Lewis & Endeavour fans as well as just lovers of Oxford
2012-06-01 By Antony J. Richards

Previous ed.: published as The Oxford of Inspector Morse. Oxford: Location Guides, 2004.

Author: Bill Leonard

Publisher: History PressLtd

ISBN: 0752446215

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 192

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Previous ed.: published as The Oxford of Inspector Morse. Oxford: Location Guides, 2004.
2008-05 By Bill Leonard

Follow in the footsteps of Inspectors Morse and Lewis or of reallife writers like J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and others as you drink your ... (opens 10.30am) a location for Inspector Morse in 'Deadly Slumber' and 'The Secret of Bay 5B'.

Author: Phoebe Taplin

Publisher: Pitkin

ISBN: 9781841658261

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 107

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Harry Potter, A Fish Called Wanda, Inspector Morse, Downton Abbey and X Men are just a few of the films that have become synonymous with the world renowned University City of Oxford. This new Pitkin souvenir guide highlights key sites that have become famously linked to these internationally successful and much loved films and TV specials. Not limited to Oxford city centre, this guide will also include the often-used film location Blenheim Palace, located just outside Oxford. With 15 individual Walks around Oxford, and information on both architecture and filming history, this guide will become a must-have souvenir for every visitor to Oxford.
2018-10-26 By Phoebe Taplin

Bill Leonard (published by The History Press) Thisis an exhaustive guide tothe locations usedin theTV episodes,with ... This is arguably the definitive work about locations used in Inspector Morse, but make sure you buy the 2008 edition ...

Author: David Bishop

Publisher: Titan Books

ISBN: 9780857689559

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 304

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A companion to the hugely successful Inspector Morse TV series, covering all 33 episodes of the show, as well as the original novels that inspired the series and other related media, including the radio plays. With a critique of each episode, along with useful facts, details of the soundtracks and key character beats. It also includes a brief discussion of the hugely successful spin-off series, Lewis.
2011-10-28 By David Bishop

Let us then consider some of these dimensions of Inspector Morse a little more closely . ... location ( and in both senses it is far from being a straightforwardly ' realist ' show ) . In the first place the camera dwells on Oxford with ...

Author: George W. Brandt

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521427231

Category: Drama

Page: 308

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On British television drama in the 1980's
1993-09-24 By George W. Brandt

This appeared as a location in the 1991 Inspector Morse episode, “Cherubim & Seraphim”, and also in the 1953 classic comedy film Genevieve which starred Kenneth More, Kay Kendall, John Gregson and Dinah Sheridan.

Author: Mark Jones

Publisher: WP Comics Ltd.



Page: 97

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An in-depth guide and a trail to follow of over 500 film & television locations.
2015-03-12 By Mark Jones

The Worldwide Guide to Movie Locations, 3rd ed. London: Titan Books, 2006. 7. Bill Leonard. The Oxford of Inspector Morse and Lewis. Stroud: Tempus, 2008. 8. Les Roberts. “Projecting Place: Location Mapping, Consumption and Cinematic ...

Author: Les Roberts

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783038421658

Category: Culture

Page: 250

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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Deep Mapping" that was published in Humanities
2018-10-01 By Les Roberts

Place comes first, to Aristotle because everything that exists has to have a place - has to be located. ... Oxford has a strong sense of place in an academic environment, amongst tourists and all watchers of Inspector Morse.

Author: John A. Agnew

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119250432

Category: Social Science

Page: 620

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This volume provides an up-to-date, authoritative synthesis of the discipline of human geography. Unparalleled in scope, the companion offers an indispensable overview to the field, representing both historical and contemporary perspectives. Edited and written by the world's leading authorities in the discipline Divided into three major sections: Foundations (the history of human geography from Ancient Greece to the late nineteenth century); The Classics (the roots of modern human geography); Contemporary Approaches (current issues and themes in human geography) Each contemporary issue is examined by two contributors offering distinctive perspectives on the same theme
2016-08-08 By John A. Agnew

While the Baantjer Tour primarily attracts people from the Low Countries, the Inspector Morse Tour - reflecting the ... In each of the locations, the same scene is played out: the guide gestures to the tourists to stop and goes to stand ...

Author: Dr Stijn Reijnders

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409494355

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 174

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Recent years have seen an explosive growth in the phenomenon of people visiting locations from popular novels, films or television series. Places of the Imagination presents a timely and insightful analysis of this form of media tourism, exploring the question of how best to explain the increasing popularity of media tourism within contemporary culture. Drawing on extensive empirical and interview material, this book examines the representation of landscapes in popular narratives that have inspired media tourism, whilst also investigating the effects over time of such tourism on local landscapes, and the processes by which tourists appropriate the landscape, experiencing and accommodating them into their imagination. Oriented around three central case studies of popular television detective shows, famous films and classic literature, Places of the Imagination develops a new theoretical understanding of media tourism. As such, it will appeal to sociologists and cultural geographers, as well as those working in the fields of media and cultural studies, popular and fan culture, tourism and the sociology of leisure.
2013-01-28 By Dr Stijn Reijnders