The Adventures of Inspector Steine - Lynne Truss (Audio CD) Reviews
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Series Overview: This is the third and latest series of the BBC Radio 4 "comedy drama" focusing on the career of 1950s Brighton police inspector Steine (Michael Fenton Stevens) written by Lynne Truss. The stories focus on the misadventures of four resident employees of Brighton police station. Steine is an old school policeman who completely buys into the idea that Brighton is a virtual crime-free haven and is uninterested in the new advances in crime detection and prevention. Steine is oblivious and in denial over the large undetected crime in his area. Narration for this series is taken by the eager and alert young Constable Twitten (Matt Green) through ... Read the complete review
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