Kingsbridge, England, 1327.
All is well. But not for long.
World Without End arrives on Channel 4 at 9pm tomorrow (Saturday Jan 12).
An epic six-part TV adaptation of author Ken Follett’s equally epic novel.
The sequel to The Pillars of the Earth.
Already broadcast in America, I attended a London preview screening for the opening feature-length episode in early December. Continue reading
(Spoiler alert: Do not read further if you have yet to watch the final episode)
The poignant last ever episode of Spooks has just finished.
There will be no more.
Nicola Walker summed up my feelings in an interview this week when she said:
“The storyline for this last series is the right ending for the show.
“I don’t know if it’s going to please everybody but it’s a very clever and grown up end point.” Continue reading
Peter Firth's final hour as Harry Pearce.
“YOU and I, we’re made of secrets.”
Ruth Evershed and Harry Pearce face the final curtain together.
Standing by a familiar estuary as we hold our breath to see what will happen.
Spooks series 10, last ever episode. Continue reading
Going to the end of the line.
“WHAT do you have to show for all these years?
“I have a house and a wife and a son.
“And a tortoise in the garden.”
Ilya Gavrik is talking to Harry Pearce about finding love.
Spooks final series, last but one episode. Continue reading
The Grid: Class of 2011
HARRY and Ruth are sitting together on a park bench.
Ruth: “Do you know what it’s like to feel something for someone and then one day realise you don’t even know them?”
Harry: “You do know me. You know all the important things.”
Spooks series 10, episode four.
In which we learn battle-weary Sir Harry has so many more secrets. Continue reading
William Towers (Simon Russell Beale) and Ruth Evershed (Nicola Walker)
“HARRY, I’m going home. Was there anything…”
“Yes, come in. Close the door.”
Spooks series ten, episode three.
Sir Harry Pearce is drinking whisky in his office (again) as he invites Miss Ruth Evershed in. Continue reading
Alice Krige as Elena Gavrik and Peter Firth as Harry Pearce
“I’M afraid we don’t have very much time.”
Sir Harry speaks for all Spooks fans in episode two of the final series.
As those sands of time continue to flow inexorably towards The End. Continue reading