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John Paddy Carstairs
Dated but enjoyable. Watched a few episodes and was unmoved, but stuck with it and was eventually drawn in by the interesting stories and generally great performances.
It's a somewhat strange 1960s world, both familiar and alien to see.
And I'm ready to to watch another episode and go back into that world.
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