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Neil on Midsomer Murders
"It will be exciting to get stuck into some juicy murders. I have always enjoyed whodunits and I like the mental exercise of discovering who the culprit is, while along the way you have the great red herrings, the smaller dramas within the bigger ones."
"I love sitting down to watch it with a glass of wine and the fire lit. You know you are in for a treat. I just hope I can play my part and that people will continue to enjoy it."
"John Barnaby is very canny and guarded. He plays his cards close to his chest and adapts his persona to get results, even if it means he needs to look weak or silly. His eyes are on the prize."
"He is quite direct and has a likeable black sense of humour, which I imagine you would need to get through the darker moments.
"The two Barnabys get on very well - it's like an old friend you haven't seen for a while and you slip back into the relationship. They understand each other.
Neil on Sorted
"He's been married to
Kathy for 20 years and he's thinking 'is this it, is this all there is for
the rest of my life?' Then he meets Roisin and he's very attracted to her.
He's just dipping a little toe into a world of possibility and there's a
frisson there that he hasn't found in many years.
"I think it's a very fundamental story about people's lives, thinking am I in the right relationship? Should I be in a different relationship? Is what I've got in this relationship better than someone else's?"
Neil on Messiah
I think the audience keep coming back because it has very
high production values and it is beautifully filmed and the length of it
doesn't require too much commitment from the audience.
"It's a rather sad,
horrifying, yet very moving tale about a complete misunderstanding which
sees the teacher's life go bad very quickly."