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No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency - The Complete Series (2009) [DVD]
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Based on Alexander McCall Smith's bestselling novels, this six-part drama series chronicles the adventures of Precious Ramotswe (Jill Scott), the proprietor of the only female-owned detective agency in Botswana. Aided by her highly efficient yet somewhat peculiar secretary Mma Makutsi (Anika Noni Rose), Precious investigates cases and helps people solve problems in their lives - and begins a special friendship with the highly respectable owner of a local garage, JLB Matekoni (Lucian Msamati). The series is a continuation of the original two-hour BBC pilot episode, which was directed by Anthony Minghella before his untimely death in 2008.
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Episodes included are: The Big Bonanza, Poison, The Boy With An African Heart, Problems in Moral Philosophy, Beauty and Integrity, A Real Botswana Diamond
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Not as good as the book I thought, but still a good watch. Just a shame there were no other episodes made.Published 1 month ago by Ronnie
I bought this for some friends following my having read one of the books on a long car journey to the old East Germany. They are now well and truly hooked.Published 4 months ago by Raymond Hodgson