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Penny: Wish l had expressed my appreciation of your workur

I saw you in The Mirror and The Light within which you expressed every nuance and emotion of Henry.  Having read the HM series beforehand l believe your representation was outstanding and was personally very saddened when the play closed as l had reccomended the play to so many people as being 'perfect'.                     The reason l am writing this is that l believe you stayed at the same wine estate this weekend as me and and my daughters and l wanted to say a huge thank you for your volume of work, but did not want to invade your privacy or your  private thoughts.              I regret, a little that l did not express my admiration for your portrayal of Henry, but this would have been inappropriate.                                                                                                 I hope you had a lovely time at the estate we certainly did.


Sunday, 03 April 2022
A Fan: Thank you!

Mr. Parker, 

I just wanted to thank you for all your great work in audio books. Nothing grand here, but I just wanted to express my fandom for every single book you've done. I find myself searching for books narrated by Nathaniel Parker (regardless of who the author is). They're just all so very fantastically done. Your work makes my life more endurable.  Thank you.


Saturday, 26 March 2022
Sue Johnson: Happy New Year

All the very best for 2022 to you and all the family. 


Saturday, 01 January 2022
Sue Johnson: Reply to Questions

I have long been a follower of Lynley.  During lockdown and all last year it was a way of enjoying GOOD detective drama on TV and on DVDs.  A massive thank you to you and Sharon Small for that!!!

I started to follow you on this website and realised that you are one of the remainers out there who are rational and are still, like me, reflecting on the effect the 2019 general election and BREXIT will have on us, the UK.  Sharon Small is also rationally putting BREXIT in perspective on her Twitter account. 

I re-read your father's autobiography and understood perfectly his political stance.  Being a founder member of the SDP this is significant.  Where has the tolerance gone?  Why can we not discuss rationally anymore?  The fact is that  social media allows EVERYONE to believe that their own view is CORRECT and people do not discuss any more.  Apparently we are , as humans, more likely to respond to an authoritarian system than a democratic one.  Only the developed countries were up to discussion of their system.  Now every person has a view which a lot think is correct and cannot tolerate others.  Backward step!!!  I once remember listening to Gordon Brown in Cumbernauld in the early 70's. He has the clarity of thinking which is demanded to tolerate others but see the overview AND suggest ways of solving problems e.g. climate change.  Worked in 2008 ( which people have conveniently forgotten).  

What I wanted to say is that you should keep up the good work of trying to be rational in these times of polarisation.  

Good luck with Henry VIII  - and everything else that you do.  How about "Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"  with Sharon Small?

 


Saturday, 07 August 2021
Fiona Richards: Friend of Nathaniel Parker’s father

My husband and I have been watching Inspector Lynley mysteries from series one during lockdown and think they are excellent particularly the rapport between Lynley and Havers. Have to admit we got slightly confused with the various Helens (his wife) in different series, were they different wives who happened to be called Helen or just different actors playing the part? I Googled it to find it was the latter played by different actresses. I also looked at Nathaniel Parker’s biography and you/he may be interested to know that my parents Hamish & Grace Stewart were good friends/associates of his and his wife Jill, when he was Chairman of British Rail.


Thursday, 17 June 2021
 

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