Saturday 6 June 2015

What's it like to live on a TV set?

So there you are, walking down a cobbled street in a quiet Cornish port, musing on the state of the fishing industry. You turn the corner and – Zap!
A clapperboard slams shut, there is a shout of “Action!” and a few feet away is Martin Clunes, suited and booted and playing grumpy Doc Martin. It must be Port Isaac.

This little patch of north Cornwall is known to a few afficionados as the home of folk band Fisherman’s Friends and the location of a restaurant run by double Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw. But to almost everyone else in the world this is Port Wenn, fictional home to the good doctor since 2004 when the first series was made.

Keep reading HERE at The Telegraph.

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