Monday, 8 May 2017

So very Rock'n'Roll


Found HERE on Instagram.

The Weekly Roundup







Many more lovely shots from AJ Photography found HERE.

Bits and Pieces from Fans of Caroline Catz (original sources credited there) found HERE.

Other bits found HERE.

Sunday, 30 April 2017

Filming 27th April

Another lovely bunch of shots from Philip Pitson found HERE.






Fabulous Photos from Philip

Here are some of Philip Pitson's great photos from 26th April. More can be found HERE.









Fans are out in Force!









All images can be found on Instagram HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.

Bit of this, bit of that







A few more treasures can be found HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.

Filming



 Found HERE on YouTube.

Where is Doc Martin filmed? Martin Clunes’ guide to Port Isaac


Good news: there will be an eighth series of Doc Martin. The bad news? The grumpy doctor and gorgeous Cornish village of Portwenn (aka Port Isaac) won't be back on ITV until later this year.
In the meantime, why not pay a visit to the real Portwenn? Last time we caught up with Martin Clunes, he told us about his favourite spots to walk the dog and enjoy cream tea...
Read about Martin's favourites spots HERE at Radio Times.

Doc Martin will end after two more series, Martin Clunes reveals


Martin Clunes’ popular ITV drama Doc Martin will finish its run with the ninth series next year, RadioTimes.com can reveal.
This year will see ITV air series 8 of the Martin Clunes drama in which he plays the uptight but brilliant GP who has been relocated to the fictional Cornish village of Portwenn.
But despite rumours that this would be the final series, the show will in fact conclude in 2018 with series 9. Both shows are likely to air in the autumn of their respective years.
Clunes himself, whose wife Philippa Braithwaite runs the production company Buffalo Pictures that makes the show, assures RadioTimes.com that there will be a series 8 this year and a series 9 next year. And then that really WILL be it. 
Keep reading HERE at Radio Times.