And this is the reason why I sit here in front of my computer (I
should could do housekeeping instead, or finish my article on "Softly, Softly: Task Force Police" - but without the inner "should" I wouldn't. To me this "should" is at least as forceful as Mr. Barlow - not to speak of Chief Constable Arthur Cullen...)
I was so happy that the BBC found - after many decades - quite a lot of the episodes and put them on DVD. I was a bit surprised when I saw it again - so very authoritarian, and the only female police constable so "fresh" and "girlish", that it made me wince.
I was glad that PC Snow (Terence Rigby) with his dog "Radar" was as gorgeous as I remembered him!
Now I sit and think about Baden-Powell's quote of "Softly, softly, catchees monkey."
Meaning: No flurry - it will work out with patience.
Are they talking about good housekeeping?
But for that I
have to/ should/ must will get up first!