Wycliffe a poetry lover
In "The Last Rites" Wycliffe reveals himself to be a fan of the poetry of John Betjeman. He quotes to Lucy Lane from the poem "Cornwall in Childhood" which is Chapter IV of the collection "Summoned By Bells".
LitCrit 3:50am Mon 4 Jul Report Abuse
Worth watching for Lucy - she's such a hottie!
JJ 7:53pm Wed 3 Dec Report Abuse
Lucy lane is so hot where is she now
hotrob 3:11pm Mon 4 Feb Report Abuse
The episode shown on 4 January was cut short after one hour. No information given over second part of this programme.
Ann 12:42pm Sat 5 Jan Report Abuse
Very enjoyable,nice scenery and the lovely lucy to look at!
devonmag 11:23pm Wed 7 Dec Report Abuse
Why so miserable?
I don't understand why they are all so miserable and everywhere looks so depressed when they are in sunny Cornwall
Wrathchild 9:31pm Fri 9 Sep Report Abuse
I knew someone
whose dog was called Wycliffe.
Teddy Bear 7:46pm Wed 21 Apr Report Abuse
plod with a cornish pastie for a brain.
cedric 9:10am Sat 27 Feb Report Abuse
Wycliffe has emerged from the coma.
ethel 10:08am Thu 25 Feb Report Abuse
Only TV detective show to beat this is the Swedish Wallander.
maggot 8:48pm Thu 14 Jan Report Abuse