I don't post much but this really got my creative juices flowing. I've had
some experience as a writer, (3 novels published and 3 more contracted). Is
there any reason why some of us couldn't put something together between us?
Just a thought.
Auckland, New Zealand
> The bang up to date idea could be linked to the original series by having
> a new member of the family tracing their ancestry … bit by bit we could
> learn what happened to the old Onedins in the years since 1886…dark
> secrets that affect the present etc.
> The role Marc Harrison played in Poldark was that of Ned Tamblyn, and I
> think it would have been before his run as William Frazer.
> — In firstname.lastname@example.org, sgflikchik@… wrote:
>> I'm sure I saw Marc Harrison in a Poldark episode as someone's brother.
>> Would this have been before or after Onedin?? Cheers…(It was a very
>> small part,
>> almost non speaking).
>> In a message dated 4/5/2009 4:46:01 P.M. GMT Standard Time,
>> advcour@… writes:
>> When filming finished in Falmouth I spoke to the powers that be at the
>> night party, admittedly we were all in our cups at the time, and said I
>> had a
>> brilliant idea! How about bringing the Onedin Line bang up to date with
>> tankers and container ships and ferries and the like with a new 'Young
>> fresh from university with his shiny new degree keen to take over and
>> the business his way, only his way was the 'Green' way, back to sail and
>> windjammers and salty seadogs!!!
>> Naturally I had someone in mind for the lead role……..Naturally I had
>> someone in mind for the lead ro
>> — In _shiponedingroup@shiponedingrshi_
>> (mailto:email@example.com) , "tuppy1986" <danemead@…>
>> > Hi,
>> > Does anyone have any details about the various Onedin short stories by
>> Cyril Abraham? I recorded what I know in my contributions to the Onedin
>> on Wikipedia:
>> > 'A series of Onedin short stories by Cyril Abraham, set between Series
>> > Two
>> and Series Three, appeared in Woman magazine in 1973. The plots included
>> Robert's encounter with the attractive Amelia, a social gathering that
>> around the naming of the first Onedin steamship and an appearance by
>> destitute sister Constance, who is on the streets. A later tale by
>> For Love of the Onedins, appeared in a short-lived magazine called
>> This story, covering Leonora Biddulph's wedding, occurs between Series
>> Three and
>> Series Four and features Matt Harvey, who was Elizabeth's love interest
>> during the fourth series. There is a slanging match between Elizabeth
>> and Sarah,
>> who each disparage the circumstances of the other's wedding day until
>> intervenes to restore peace.'
>> > Can anyone add anything further? I'm particularly curious about one
>> > that
>> appeared in the Daily Mirror.
>> > It would be nice if they could be collected together in a book/fanzine
>> > as
>> Cyril Abraham's uncollected writings. It's thirty years since he died
>> > Also, does anyone have any further info on Marc Harrison who played
>> William? I've read the articles in the files but they're from years ago.
>> I always
>> regretted William's exit. I know he hadn't been over likeable but his
>> appearance presented him a little differently and it would have been
>> to see how his reappearance affected the family overall. He had depths
>> should have been explored.
>> > I enjoyed seeing all the bits and pieces on You Tube – especially from
>> > the
>> later series, which I hadn't seen since they were first shown.
>> > Someone should carry on the story, as Cyril Abraham intended to do.
>> > What
>> would have happened next?
>> > Michael
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