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anonymous asked:

could you recommend some other period dramas/shows similar to grantchester? :))

Endeavour

It is a prequel to the long-running Inspector Morse and, like that series, is set primarily in Oxford. Shaun Evans portrays a young Endeavour Morse beginning his career as a Detective Constable with the Oxford City Police CID.

Father Brown

The series is set during the early 1950s, in the fictional Cotswold village of Kembleford, where Father Brown, priest at St Mary’s Catholic Church, solves murder cases. A bumbling police inspector, who often arrests the wrong suspect, gets annoyed by Father Brown’s success.

Miss Marple

Agatha Christie’s Marple (or simply Marple) is a British ITV television series loosely based on the books and short stories by British crime novelist Agatha Christie. The title character was played by Geraldine McEwan from the first to third series, until her retirement from the role, and by Julia McKenzie from the fourth series onwards.

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries revolves around the personal and professional life of Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis), a glamorous private detective in 1920s Melbourne.

The Bletchley Circle

The Bletchley Circle is a television mystery drama miniseries, set in 1952–53, about four women who used to work as codebreakers at Bletchley Park. Dissatisfied with the officials’ failure to investigate complex crimes, the women join to investigate for themselves.

The Crimson Field

The series shows the lives of medics and the patients at a fictional field hospital in France during the First World War.

The Hour

The Hour is a 2011 BBC drama series centred on a new current-affairs show being launched by the BBC in June 1956, at the time of the Hungarian Revolution and Suez Crisis. It stars Ben Whishaw, Dominic West, and Romola Garai, with a supporting cast including Tim Pigott-Smith, Juliet Stevenson, Burn Gorman, Anton Lesser, Anna Chancellor, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Oona Chaplin, and Peter Capaldi (series two).

Mr. Selfridge

Mr Selfridge is a British-American period television drama series about Harry Gordon Selfridge and his department store, Selfridge & Co, in London, set from 1908 to 1928.

Prime Suspect 1973

Prime Suspect 1973 (also known as Prime Suspect: Tennison) is a British television detective drama series, and a prequel to the long-running Prime Suspectseries, originally starring Helen Mirren as DCI Jane Tennison.

North and South (film)

It follows the story of Margaret Hale (Daniela Denby-Ashe), a young woman from southern England who has to move to the North after her father decides to leave the clergy. The family struggles to adjust itself to the industrial town’s customs, especially after meeting the Thorntons, a proud family of cotton mill owners who seem to despise their social inferiors. The story explores the issues of class and gender, as Margaret’s sympathy for the town mill workers clashes with her growing attraction to John Thornton (Richard Armitage)

Little Dorrit

Little Dorrit is a 2008 British miniseries based on the serial novel of the same title by Charles Dickens, originally published between 1855 and 1857.

Non-period dramas that I would highly recommend:

Broadchurch: Broadchurch series one focused on the search for the boy’s murderer by detectives Alec Hardy (played by David Tennant) and Ellie Miller (played by Olivia Colman).

Wallander: Wallander is a British television series adapted from the Swedish novelist Henning Mankell’s Kurt Wallander novels and starring Kenneth Branagh as the eponymous police inspector.

Death in Paradise: British detective Richard Poole (Ben Miller) is assigned to investigate the murder of a British police officer on the fictional paradise island of Saint Marie in the Caribbean. After he successfully finds the murderer, he is reluctantly required by his supervisors to replace the victim and stay on as the detective inspector (DI) of the island, solving new cases as they appear, and being the object of many fish-out-of-water jokes. At the start of Series 3, Poole is killed and maladroit London detective Humphrey Goodman (Kris Marshall) arrives to investigate the death of his strait-laced predecessor. He then stays in the job as chief investigator on the island.

Shetland: Created from the novels by award winning crime writer Ann Cleeves, Shetland follows DI Jimmy Perez and his team as they investigate crime within the close knit island community. In this isolated and sometimes inhospitable environment, the team have to rely on a uniquely resourceful style of policing. Set against a hauntingly beautiful landscape, Shetland is based on the best selling books such as Red Bones, Raven Black, Dead Water and Blue.

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anonymous asked:

Hi! I'll be heading to London next week and I was wondering if you have any suggestions on stuff to do/eat/visit/shop? Thanks! :-*

do: hyde park bikes, watch a musical (though i haven’t…yet), skate at somerset house, museums (V&A, British, Tate/ modern, national gallery/ NPG). If you go out, i went to a gay club (Heaven) last weekend and it was super fun. 

shop at: portobello road/brick lane markets on the weekends, go to columbia flower market if its a sunday, selfridges, & other stories and cos if you don’t have them where you’re from. 

eat: brunch at the breakfast club/the tuck shop/ jackson and rye /anywhere in shoreditch or soho really, eat tokyo/sakura for japanese, mudo/ little korea for korean, borough market (have gelato after its amazing), and drink lots of beeeeeer

have fun and pack a coat! xx