Michael Kitchen as Greg Brentwood in Alibi
I have recently watched Reckless on ITV Encore and the new Grantchester on ITV. Have to say Michael Kitchen beats Robson Green, hands down, as a detective. Some consolation for losing his wife to him in Reckless! - anonymous
How lucky you are! I wonder when Grantchester will make it over to the US. As for Reckless, Owen Springer may have won Anna, but imo Michael Kitchen walked away with all the awards for his performance as Richard Crane.
Could not agree more. He has a way of keeping your sympathy and making you root for him even when he has been a ‘bad boy’. Thank you for the gifs from Reckless. Love the one of him and Anna embracing, how could she possibly leave him? - anonymous
They do seem the perfect couple in the early scenes, which makes their breakup all the more painful.
With the help of piano music by Schubert, Brownlow demonstrates his change of heart toward Rose’s suitor, Dr. Losberne.
Schubert was a rather unfortunate fellow and terribly plain — adored women, but sadly women did not adore him. And he had neither fame nor wealth. But he did give piano lessons to many young ladies, and he always made sure he sat to the left where you are now, and the young lady sat to the right — which would explain why he wrote duets, which allowed those playing the duets to reach over, cross over — and touch.
Sorry, anonymous, I’m at a loss. If there are such photos, I’m not aware of them. Not sure how much MK’s sons resemble him, but I was just noticing the other day that one guy who could pass for MK’s son is the actor, Topher Grace.
How thrilling to have been in a position to receive a Foyle’s War S9 travel mug as Katherine Press did.
So true, pdx144.