Richard Briers [ Rev Stephen Wentworth ], Anna Cropper [ Claire Williams ], Nick Dunning [ Ian Eastman ], Jessica Turner [ Barbara Eastman ], Dominic Jephcott [ Richard Bayly ], Judy Parfitt [ Angela Wentworth ], Vivian Pickles [ Agnes Sampson ], Mossie Smith [ Dr Barbara Henson ], Christopher Villiers [ David Whitley ], Julian Wadham [ Simon Fletcher ], Gordon Gostelow [ Reginald Williams ], Terence Corrigan [ Charles Jennings ], Nick Robinson [ Felix Bryce ], Eileen Davies [ Olive Beauvoisin ], Timothy Bateson [ James Jocelyne ], Marlene Sidaway [ Mrs Bundy ] Joyce Barnaby, Cully Barnaby, Dr George Bullard, PC Angel A sucessful theatrical director, Simon Fletcher, arrives in the village of Badgers Drift, his head filled with disturbing childhood memories.
Barnaby & Troy visit George Meakham, the now-retired police officer who was in charge of the investigation of the earlier crimes, and who has since become obsessed with them.
The trail leads them to a local cigarette and tobacco company and two of its employees in particular.
They give new artists in a medium places to start, examples to learn from, accomplishments to improve upon. For our purposes, a podcast is a piece of audio that was created at least in part for digital release.
If it was created for traditional radio, too, that’s fine, so long as the creators also made it with podcasting in mind.
We’ll give you our answers to those questions in one second. Canons, so long as they are adaptable and expansive and ever evolving, are worthwhile things.