Pauline Moran
British actor
Pauline Moran
Pauline Moran is an English actress known for her role as Miss Lemon in the British television series Agatha Christie's Poirot. She trained at several schools including the National Youth Theatre and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She has also been a professional astrologer since 1987.
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Sporting results - Lithgow Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
Winner trained by Pauline Moran It's all cool (5). Scratched Golden Racer (9) and You Know it (10). Race 9 Court House Hotel Stakes 506M. STEVE'S MATE (4) 1, Shamrock Audrey (3) 2, Em Gee Flash (1) 3. Won by 1¼l, 1¼l. Time 30.52
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Never too old to start painting - The Australian
Google News - over 5 years
One is a triptych by the Alice Springs-based West Australian artist Pauline Moran, depicting her "memories of Roelands Mission". It is modelled on a set of 1950s photographs, and painted in a wash of elusive mid-blue shades. Another is a modest etching
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Dawn of digital classroom for St Colman's - Mayo News
Google News - over 5 years
said Pauline Moran, School Principal. She added: “The school purchased the iPads as a pilot project for use in the school. This meant that they were accessible to all students irrespective of their socio-economic background
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Review/Television; Solving Crimes in Warm Places
NYTimes - over 23 years
There's Agatha Christie of England. And there's Joseph Wambaugh of America. Both are celebrated for their crime fiction but, rooted in their own cultures and periods, each would be out of place in the other's world. As their avid readers can attest, detective stories provide more than puzzles to be solved. As do the presumably loftier forms of
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Review/Television
NYTimes - about 26 years
Practice may not always make perfect, but it can help enormously. On public television's "Mystery" series, for instance, some of the most durable detectives have simply gotten better with age. Prime examples have been Roy Marsden's Adam Dalgliesh and John Thaw's Inspector Morse. Now add to the list David Suchet's Hercule Poirot, returning tonight
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Review/Television; Enter Poirot, Ever the Natty Narcissist
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: ''Mystery'' has finally apprehended Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie's best known detective. In the nine-part series that begins tonight at 8 on Channel 13 and at 9 on Channel 49, the nattily turned-out little egoist is played by David Suchet, exuding superiority from the shine of his pomaded hair to the sheen of his spats. ''Mystery'' has
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FORD MADOX FORD'S 'THE GOOD SOLDIER'
NYTimes - about 34 years
IN a rare departure from its miniseries format, public television's ''Masterpiece Theater'' is offering a two-hour dramatization of a famous novel in a single sitting Sunday night at 9 on WNET, Channel 13. The work is Ford Madox Ford's ''The Good Soldier,'' a book he began on his 40th birthday, in December 1913, to ''show what I could do.'' It has
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