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Colin Dexter, Mold Clwyd Theatre Cymru, tonight, tickets 0845 330 3565 or clwyd-theatr-cymru.
Morse: The Dead Of Jericho, by Colin Dexter, read by Kevin Whately.
We've also got TWELVE other Morse books by Colin Dexter - which Thaw helped make popular - from just pounds 3.
Morse's Greatest Mystery and Other Stories,'' by Colin Dexter, read by James Nelson (Durkin Hayes Audio, unabridged; $24.
But Kevin Whately's performance has proved so popular that even novelist Colin Dexter, who created both characters, thinks that a younger, more northern Lewis works better and that if he could begin again, that is how he would portray him.
Call me old-fashioned but I find some modern police dramas a tad too bland, slick and saccharine" Colin Dexter, creator of Morse WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail readers@walesonline.
The eighth run of the show will be made by the same team, including Morse creator Colin Dexter as consultant.
In 2006 she won the prestigious Golden Dagger award for crime fiction and six years later was admitted to the crime thriller hall of fame - alongside all-time greats such as Colin Dexter, Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle.
Born today Colin Dexter, author, 82; Anita Ekberg, actress, 81; Jerry Lee Lewis, rock 'n 'roll singer, 77; Ian McShane, actor, 70; Lech Walesa, former Polish president, 69; Sebastian Coe, Locog chairman, former MP and athlete, 56, right; Brett Anderson, singer, 45.
BIRTHDAYS: Colin Dexter, author, 82; Ian McShane, actor, 70; Lech Walesa, former Polish president, 69; Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games, former MP and athlete, 56, pictured.
Inspector Morse spin-off show Lewis, according to creator Colin Dexter.
AUTHOR Colin Dexter is best known for creating flawed detective Inspector Morse, brought to life on TV by John Thaw.
His widow Sheila Hancock and Colin Dexter, the author of the Morse books, have given their blessing to the new drama.
The award recognises a lifetimes achievement in crime writing, with previous recipients including Ruth Rendell, Colin Dexter and PD James.
BIRTHDAYS: Colin Dexter, author, 83; Anita Ekberg, actress, 82; Jerry Lee Lewis, rock'n'roll singer, 78; Ian McShane, actor, 71; Lech Walesa, former Polish president, 70; Patricia Hodge, actress, 67; Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games, former MP and athlete, 57; Mark Nicholas, broadcaster and former cricketer, 56; Brett Anderson, singer, 46, Luke and Matt Goss, singers (Bros), 45; Emily Lloyd, actress, 43; Mackenzie Crook, actor, 42, pictured.