Midsomer Murders

UK NEWS: ‘RACE ROW’ MIDSOMER MURDERS CO-CREATOR TO STEP DOWN / BLACK ACTOR RESPONDS BUT HIDES HIS IDENTITY

The co-creator of the hit ITV 1 show Midsomer Murders, Brian True-May, will step down from his role as producer at the end of the current series, after he  said that there was no place for ethnic minorities in the show. True-May, the co-creator and producer of Midsomer Murders which began on ITV in 1997, described the show as the “last bastion of Englishness” and said it “wouldn’t work” if ethnic minorities appeared on screen. The programme’s production company All3Media, which launched []

UK NEWS: MIDSOMER MURDERS FANS DEFEND ‘RACE-ROW’ PRODUCER

Well it’s all kicking off now! Since it was announced earlier today that Midsomer Murders co-creator/producer Brian True-May has now been suspended, after saying in an interview that there was no place for ethnic minorities in his show, the fans and the show’s stars have come out to support him. Click HERE to read more…. I wonder what the script writers have planned for future episodes. I just know that there are plans to incorporate in the odd “ethnic” character now.  Will a Grime emcee with short dreads from Brixton just appear in []

UK NEWS: MIDSOMER MURDERS PRODUCER SUSPENDED AFTER SAYING THERE WAS ‘NO PLACE FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE SERIES’

The producer and co-creator of the hit TV drama Midsomer Murders has been suspended after telling The Radio Times in an interview that there was no place in the series for ethnic minorities. Brian True-May said,   We just don’t have ethnic minorities involved. Because it wouldn’t be the English village with them. “It just wouldn’t work. Suddenly we might be in Slough … We’re the last bastion of English-ness and I want to keep it that way.  Maybe I’m not politically correct … []