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Heartbeat page 5
(photos taken in 2009)
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Oscar Blaketon (Derek Fowlds) PC Joe Mason (Joe McFadden)title= Alf Ventress (Bill Simons) Sgt Miller (Jon Duttine) Gina Ward / Bellamy (Tricia Penrose)
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Click here to see Heartbeat slideshow (Part One)

Click here to see Heartbeat slideshow (Part Two

Heartbeat, the TV series
These photos were all taken in 2009

Bernie Scripps (Peter Benson) PC Joe Mason (Joe McFadden) DS Rachel Dawson (Clare Willie) David Stockwell (David Lonsdale) Oscar Blaketon (Derek Fowlds) PC Don Wetherby (Rupert Ward-Lewis) Sgt Miller (John Duttine) Lord Ashfordly (Rupert Vansittart) Nurse Carol Cassidy (Lisa Kay) Dawn Bellamy (Nikki Sanderson) Peggy Armstrong (Gwen Taylor) PC Geoff Younger (Steven Blakeley)


Heartbeat first appeared on our screens on the 10th April 1992, with an episode called "Changing Places" - the first of a trial of 10
episodes. It was so popular, that fiming went on for another 17 years, a total of 373 episodes. Filming finally ended of 1st May 2009,
and the last ever episode "Sweet Sorrow" was shown on 12th September 2010.

Re-runs of Heartbeat are shown on ITV3

Art Director Leesa O'Grady
Art Director Leesa O'Grady





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Behind the scenes

Steve,John,Adrian,Roger and Cliff - The props guys Heartbeat cast and crew
 

Click here to see the full cast of Heartbeat for 2009

 


Photo Shoot

On friday 19th June 2009, David, Gina and Dawn came back to Goathland to do a photoshoot and a short clip for Celebrity
Family Fortunes. Despite the rain, they managed to shoot the sequence, which was shown later in the year.

Book Signing
On the 12th August 2009, David Lonsdale and Steven Blakeley came back to theAidensfield Stores, to sign copies of the
bookazine "Heartbeat - the story behindthe series".
The book is on sale in the shop and on their website.
All the proceeds
from the sale of the books were donated to the their chosen charities.

On the 4th August 2010, David Lonsdale and Tricia Penrose returned to do another book signing at the Aidensfield Stores.
They stayed for nearly 3 hours, and the queue was as long as ever.

 

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