The Searcher – November 2014

28th September 2014 — 2 Comments

“Residents of the small market town were understandably intrigued about the temporarily erected mini studio in the square.”

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Toby Jones (Lance) and Mackenzie Crook (Andy) are the Detectorists

The Editor, Harry Bain, was on the set and reports on the new TV series to be broadcast on Thursday, October 2nd at 10pm – BBC4

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IN THIS ISSUE

Features

ALSO

also

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The November edition of The Searcher magazine will be on sale at the usual stockists in early October. You can buy the magazine at any of the WH Smith branches listed HERE. Digital editions are now delivered by PocketMags and available on your PC or Mac for a £29.99 annual subscription.

For more details on iPhone and iPad access, search the Apple store for ‘The Searcher’ or click here. If you’re an Android user click here.

John

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2 responses to The Searcher – November 2014

  1. As always John a veritable feast of articles in the latest issue of the Searcher. It will be interesting to read Harry’s article on the comedy programme when my subscription is delivered. Of course it’s all tongue in cheek, but will probably upset some in the detecting fraternity, because it is is suggested that it will be geekish in its presentation. I can laugh at myself, so no problem for me!

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