There’s no better way to spend ninety minutes than with an episode of Inspector Morse. The protagonist may not be the most precise among fictional detectives, but he is someone with a taste for fine and lovely things. That is, in itself, a source of quiet inspiration. With the classical music, allusions to cruciverbalism and the deliciously languid pace, one is enchanted to such an extent than one almost forgets about all the murder.

Published by James

Founded upon the observation of trifles