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Calvin Pierce. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Sorceress of Ambermere by J. The Sorceress of Ambermere Ambermere 2 by J. Second in the thrilling new adventure series about a magical and enchanted realm by the author of The Door to Ambermere. Hardworking and underpaid, Marcia slaves her life away in the big city--until she finds a very special ring. Transported to the mystical realm of Ambermere, she dicovers she's not ordinary at all, but a sorceress possessing awesome powers.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 25, Dale Russell rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , urban-fantasy. Marcia had survived an encounter with a demon And, if that wasn't strange enough, while sitting in the park one day, contemplating all the strange and mysterious things that have befallen her, a young girl named Annie finds her and tells her that she was sent to "Bring her home.
A giant, an old men who babbles and wanders through dimensions, and a gentleman from California Calvin Pierce writes this, the second entry in the world of Ambermere trilogy and builds upon the color and adventures that were introduced in the first story.
A warm and wonderful journey that will be concluded in the third This the second in the Ambermere trilogy and it focuses more on Marcia, one of several key characters from the first novel.
Sorceress is a more literary work than the first novel Door to Ambermere focusing more on character development. The second novel is also a little more food-obsessed than the first. In particular, a seduction over a whole roasted pig is a particularly memorable scene. Missing Menu. In Sundays It was hosted by John Fitzgerald and produced by Cecil Petty. The last edition was around about Wed April 25th Note: a few clips of John Fitzgerald in this series are preserved in the British Pathe archive. Script: Harold Jamieson. Producer: Cecil Petty.
Time: Sundays The series appeared irregularly during as A-R had begun their own offering on films menu of ITV film shows.
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Precise content was not stated in TV Times, though thankfully clips from the series have happily survived in the British Pathe archive. First host was Paul Carpenter.
From April 30th , it was hosted by McDonald Hobley. Peter Noble presented excerpts from current releases. Director Don Sharp. Producer Terry Ashwood. By the next month it had been shortened to 45 minutes and shown in the Saturday night 10pm slot. John Fitzgerald introduced the excerpts. By June it was Paul Cartpenter who introduced the programme, with John Parsons conducting interviews with international screen celebrities. The edition on June 13th included Diana Decker.
A later director of the series was David Paltenghi. John Fitzgerald continued to introduce the clips. No studio orchestra.
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Director was Bill Skinner. Producer Victor Melleney. Star Feature was Scottish Television's contribution to the genre of tv coverage of feature films. More details at head of this page menu of ITV film shows. Produced by Richard Fulford-Brown. New host: Frankin Englemann. Close Up "The programme breaks away from the usual pattern. It began in February , It was partially networked, some regions showing it periodically, though I don't think it was ever seen in the Midlands area. Arranged for tv by Charles Squires. First long serving producer: Ray Dicks. Personnel shown when they were changed.
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Director: Grahame Turner. Also Pathe News' fiftieth anniversary. This was the last of this series. Series soon returned, content not always stated from now on in TV Times.
Script and research: Rae Knight. Producer: Ray Dicks. Editor: Rae Knight. Director: Daphne Shadwell. May 3rd introduced by Robert Arden. Script: Margaret Hinxman. May 17th introduced by Keith Fordyce. As a footnote, here are a few other A-R programmes on films: During , A-R screened these one-off film programmes: Thurs Mar 7th , 10pm Arranged by Ray Dicks.
The series began in November Script: Peter Davalle. Director: Jonathan Stedall. Tues Mar 12th 6. Director: Terence de Lacey. Apr 23rd , 6. A clip from Two for the See-Saw. May 14th presented by Nick Barker. Director: Ned Kelly. Sept 27th , 6. It is also said that Tony Hancock provided an interview for one programme.
Bruce Lewis was producer. It was about current films and included Bruce's movie quiz, in essence a test of observation. In , this series was simply billed as Movie Magazine. Mon Oct 19th 5. Michael Parkinson was a later host. Research: Phil Jenkinson. Producer: Mike Wooller. The first programme hosted by Bamber Gascoigne was scheduled for Tuesday July 14th at 7pm.