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Old 13-07-2014, 04:35 PM   #229
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Juliet Bravo is a British TV series, which ran on BBC1 between 1980 and 1985.. The theme of the series concerned a female police inspector who took over control of a police station in the fictional town of Hartley in Lancashire...Despite popular misunderstanding, there never was any character named "Juliet Bravo" in the show. The name of the show is the inspector's radio call sign, "J-B", or "Juliet Bravo" in the phonetic alphabet as practised in European NATO states. In fact this call sign was only used once during Stephanie Turner's tenure, during the last episode of Series 3.. However from Series Four to Six the call sign was frequently used.. The working title of the programme employed by series creator Ian Kennedy Martin was "Inspector, Ma'am", a reference to the lead character's rank and title—a title whose use she was forced to insist upon from one of her Sergeants in the first episode of series 1, due to his preference for the informal, and possibly derogatory, "Boss". However, "Inspector, Ma'am" was dropped during filming of the first series..No. of episodes 88..Stephanie Turner (born 25 May 1944 in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England) is an actress..She also played a part in Sam.The drama was initially set in the coalfields of Yorkshire in the inter-war period, but progressing to the modern era.. However, many of the scenes were filmed in Lancashire; for example, the railway station used for filming was Garswood, near Wigan. .The story is based on fact, with Sam as a boy growing up in Featherstone..The Hello Girls was launched with much promotion aimed around former EastEnders actress Letitia Dean, who played Chris Cross,one of the 'girls' who worked at the telephone exchange..
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juliet_Bravo
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...4&postcount=38In solving a problem of this sort, the grand thing is to be able to reason backward.. That is a very useful accomplishment, and a very easy one, but people do not practise it much. In the everyday affairs of life it is more useful to reason forward, and so the other comes to be neglected.. There are 50 who can reason synthetically for 1 who can reason analytically..When a fact appears to be opposed to a long train of deductions, it invariably proves to be capable of bearing some other interpretation...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=236

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