Shown at Saturday tea time,this series was centred around a village policeman and the drama that his every day duties brought him into contact with.a sort of forerunner to "heartbeat",it was also set in Yorkshire.
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John Flanagan ...
 P.C. Moss Parkin (26 episodes, 1969-1970)
Heather Page ...
 Beth Parkin (23 episodes, 1969-1970)
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 Ron Radley (22 episodes, 1969-1970)
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Shown at Saturday tea time,this series was centred around a village policeman and the drama that his every day duties brought him into contact with.a sort of forerunner to "heartbeat",it was also set in Yorkshire.

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19 September 1969 (UK)  »

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Three episodes from the first season - "The Deserter", "The Way Home" and "Boys" - are thought to only survive as monochrome 16mm film telerecordings rather than their original colour videotape. See more »

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The "Heartbeart" of its time - OK in small doses.

"Parkin's Patch" is a bit like the "Heartbeart" of its day. This is OK in small doses and it was the right move in making the episodes 25 minutes each. The crimes that occur in this series are usually less serious ones. There is a fair bit of location shooting which helps. Look out for Michael Robbins (a.k.a Arthur from "On the Buses") who appears in a few episodes. I have the series on DVD but I seldom see it.


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