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Nicholas Rhea (1936–2017)

Nicholas Rhea was born on May 18, 1936 in Glaisdale, North Yorkshire, England as Peter Norman Walker. He was a writer, known for Heartbeat (1992), HeartBeat: Changing Places (1998) and Britain's Best Drives (2009). He was married to Rhoda Smith. He died on April 21, 2017 in Ampleforth, North Yorkshire. See full bio »

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Heartbeat Writer
Britain's Best Drives
Britain's Best Drives Himself - Author of 'Heartbeat' books


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  Heartbeat (TV Series) ("Constable" novels - 360 episodes, 1992 - 2009) (books: "Constable" - 1 episode, 2005)
- School of Hard Knocks (2009) ... ("Constable" novels - uncredited)
- The Middle of Somewhere (2009) ... ("Constable" novels - uncredited)
- Thursday's Children (2009) ... ("Constable" novels - uncredited)
- Ups and Downs (2009) ... ("Constable" novels - uncredited)
- The Hospital Job (2009) ... ("Constable" novels - uncredited)
 1998 HeartBeat: Changing Places (Video) (based on the books by)
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 2009 Britain's Best Drives (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Author of 'Heartbeat' books
- North Yorkshire Moors (2009) ... Himself - Author of 'Heartbeat' books (as Peter Walker)

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Alternate Names:

Peter N. Walker | Peter Walker

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Other pen-names include Andrew Arncliffe, Christopher Coram, Tom Ferris, and James Ferguson. See more »

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