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Heartbeat - The Complete Series 18 [DVD]
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All 24 episodes from the 18th series of the Yorkshire Television police drama. In this, the last series of the show, long-running characters such as PC Alf Ventress (William Simons), Oscar Blaketon (Derek Fowlds) and Gina Ward (Tricia Penrose) make their final screen appearances. The episodes are: 'Family Matters', 'England Expects', 'Mother of Invention', 'Living Off the Land', 'Guilty Secrets', 'Strike Up the Band', 'Return Crossing', 'Looking for Isabella', 'The Hospital Job', 'Ups and Downs', 'Thursday's Children', 'The Middle of Somewhere', 'School of Hard Knocks', 'The Runaways', 'Cashing In', 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', 'The War of the Roses', 'Ties That Bind', 'Deadlier Than the Male', 'Jobs for the Boys', 'My One and Only', 'The Open Door', 'Pass the Parcel' and 'Sweet Sorrow'.
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bring on series 3 for the royal the heartbeat spin off which also features favourite actors from heartbeat come on itv get you finger
out and release the royal series 3,4,5,6
Heartbeat seems to be one of those programs where I tune in more for the characters than the plots. The plots are very similar to each other and in some ways very predictable. Perhaps that is part of the charm of the show. I don't mean that major events in the development of characters are predictable - there have been many minor and major shocks throughout the run of the show. But each episode follows a pattern - on purpose, no doubt. For example, I am sure the writers knew they had to have a lighter subplot, usually involving Peggy and/or David with Peggy plan always backfiring, and they knew that the most obvious suspect usually won't be the perpetrator in the end, and that if Joe disagrees with others about solving the case, he is usually right. This similarity in episode formula is common in comedy-dramas. I think of All Creatures Great and Small, where Siegfried always lays down the law and then before you know it he is breaking his own rule.
The plots seemed to get more serious in this final series. It got so there was a murder in almost every episode. And the episode where they revealed the fate of Rosie in Oz seemed overdone, too heavy for the show. They could have used a new character to tell this story, but using her played upon the affection viewers must have felt for her. I wonder if the weight of these plots played a role in the show ending.
It was a shame that both programmes got the axe.
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Absolutely devastated that this is the last series but it is great regardless. Love the stories and the acting is spot on.Published 7 months ago by Blooming Fiction