Golic confirms it wasn't the best ending to the working relationship.
Says ESPN forbade them from talking publicly about it.
On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 12:43 PM, Karen Owen <ko...@frontiernet.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 3:31 AM, Adam Bowie <a...@adambowie.co.uk> wrote:
>> In the last week, Rodney Bewes, an actor famous for being one of the two
>> stars of a BBC sitcom that aired 60s and 70s died*, and his co-star, James
>> Bolam, was asked to talk about him. At one point in the interview I heard,
>> the interviewer mentioned that there had been press reports 6 or 7 years
>> ago that the pair didn't really talk any longer. Bolam politely pointed out
>> that this is just the norm in acting and showbusiness. You do a gig for a
>> few years, and then when it ends, you mostly tend to walk away from it onto
>> other projects.
>> I'm a big British TV watched and I wasn't familiar with Rodney Bewes.
> James Bolam was on the Britcom Only When I Laugh
> and the detective show New Tricks which have been available
> on DVD here.
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