In the heart of the Devonshire countryside, there's a piece of London nestled amongst the towering trees and rolling hills. This traditional red Routemaster bus, a common sight on the roads of the capital, has been converted into a self-contained hotel room with all modern amenities. Stepping on board is like journeying back to the Fifties, thanks to the retro patterned curtains, doily-covered dining table and vintage-inspired armchairs. Head up the original stairs to find a retro fully-functional kitchen, living room with a working vintage TV, dining room and a double bed located at the back of the bus - with a curtain to protect privacy. Top deck: a double bed is located at the back of the bus Downstairs you'll find the bathroom next to the driver's cab with a shower curtain to help hide your modesty. The change tray makes sure your soap stays in one place and towels are kept on the handle that opens the driver's cab. However, this quirky transformation proved to be trickier than … [Read more...] about vintage double-decker converted into a quirky Agatha Christie-inspired holiday home with cocktail bar
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Devon 18 July 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-44870171 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsUK heatwave An oak tree which sheltered crime writer Agatha Christie from the sun has fallen victim to the … [Read more...] about Heatwave claims Agatha Christie oak
Video PUBLISHED: 10:00 11 July 2018 Simon Parkin Helen Bradbury and Sam Frenchum in Love From a Stranger by Agatha Christie. Photo: Sheila Burnett Sheila Burnett Agatha Christie’s less known story Love From A Stranger is less whodunit and more psychological thriller about a woman desperately yearning for adventure. As a new production comes to Norwich, lead actress Helen Bradbury tells Simon Parkin more. Helen Bradbury in Love From a Stranger by Agatha Christie. Photo: Sheila Burnett Cecily Harrington has led a staid and proper existence. After winning a large amount of money in a sweepstake she desperately yearns for a life of adventure. Enter Bruce Lovell, a handsome and charming stranger who sweeps her off her feet. However, he is not what it seems. Once seen as staid Agatha Christie has recently been rediscovered by a new generation including acclaimed director Lucy Bailey, whose revival of Witness for the Prosecution has been has been a huge success in London. Now … [Read more...] about Whirlwind romance turns deadly in Agatha Christie chiller Love From A Stranger
ORDEAL By Innocence is a detective novel written by Agatha Christie, which was first published in 1958. Regarded as one of her best later works, it was adapted for TV by the BBC. Here is the lowdown on the show and why its release was delayed. When is Ordeal By Innocence on BBC One? The third and final episode of Ordeal By Innocence airs tonight, Sunday April 15, at 9pm on BBC One. The series was supposed to be shown around Christmas 2017 but it was postponed after lead actor Ed Westwick faced sex abuse allegations. It was adapted for the small screen by Sarah Phelps, who previously worked on And Then There Were None and The Witness For Prosecution. The novel is just one of the seven new Agatha Christie adaptations due from the BBC over the next four years. Who is in the cast of Ordeal By Innocence and who has replaced Ed Westwick? The BBC has pulled together an all-star ensemble cast for the adaption. Love Actually actor Bill Nighy, American star Catherine Keener and Downton … [Read more...] about When is Ordeal By Innocence on BBC One tonight, why was Ed Westwick replaced and who else is in the Agatha Christie thriller cast?
If the BBC’s latest Agatha Christie adaptation appears to be a radical departure from the cosy whodunnits of old, there is a good reason. The screenwriter responsible for tonight’s BBC One drama, Ordeal by Innocence, has confessed that she has never seen a Christie film or television series, and would rather watch an episode of Masterchef. The three-part adaptation by Sarah Phelps is a dark psychological drama about the brutal murder of a mother whose five adopted children are among the suspects. The family’s idyllic-seeming country home hides terrible secrets. Asked if she had deliberately avoided writing a “traditional” Christie adaptation, Phelps said: “I have no idea what the stereotype of Christie would have been, because I’ve never watched one. I wouldn’t sit down and go, ‘Tell you what, let’s watch a bit of Christie.’ I would never do that. I’d probably watch Masterchef or Nigella or something way before … [Read more...] about Ordeal by Innocence scriptwriter: ‘Agatha Christie? I’d rather watch Masterchef’