The summer rain of June 2012 - Mark Williams as "Father Brown".
"Father Brown" peddles down the hill as "Inspector Valentine" chases him.
"Turn your phone off!"
Again and again... "Pedal faster!"
The phone box suddenly appeared from the props truck to cover a modern sign.
Old Police station Morton in the Marsh
Stunt driver Madeleine Havell doubles for Lady Margaret to drive Harry Smiths Riley 2 ½ fast down a country land near Aston Magna were she hits and kills the poacher ( foam dummy dressed as the poacher that flies into the air)as he runs across the road from a field with his pheasants.
The filming had to stop to let a delivery van down to the farm track. The driver looked really shocked to see someone walking about with hole in his head covered with blood!
Kembleford Village. It was very interesting to see how the prop department covered modern items. The Victorian post box was used to cover a modern sign!
The locals deliberately ignored the no parking signs and cones that were put out asking for the village square to be kept clear for that days filming. This caused a big problem at that location.
Hugo Speer played Inspector Valentine with Sergeant Allbright played by Keith Osborn
It was quickly realised that trailer was essential. The old Landover pulled the load with ease. This saved the wear and tear on the Riley and the worry of a breakdown on the 176 mile round trip each day we were needed for filming. We usually set off at 5AM and returned home for 10PM.