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I loved Martin Clunes in William and Mary and was hooked from the first episode! It didn't take me long to purchase all three seasons from iTunes and I regret that the actors chose to stop at three seasons. There was so much potential there. The interplay between William, the undertaker, and Mary, the midwife, was so well performed. Truly great writing and acting. The supporting cast were all extremely convincing in their roles and I was, at times, moved to tears by the touching story lines or laughing out loud from the outrageous behaviour!! Special mention must be made of the outstanding music selection chosen over the course of these seasons. From the hymns to the R & B to the contemporary, the viewer is moved by these choices. I believe that a compilation of the music from the three seasons of William and Mary would be a tremendous success especially here in North America where Martin Clunes has a huge fan base known as the Clunatics. If I were to choose just one song, it would be Clunes' rendition of "When did you get down from heaven". It would be an instant hit on iTunes!!
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