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to accustom a young horse to be caught, handled, haltered and led but not broken in to saddle or harness.
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The BBC will end the show - starring Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby as Gently and his sidekick John Bacchus - tonight with a feature-length episode.
The BBC period detective series is drawing to a close with a feature-length episode entitled Gently And The New Age that will wrap up the stories associated with its main characters George Gently (Martin Shaw, pictured) and his sidekick John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby).
Here we meet Father Brown and George Gently, two very different detectives with very different methods, who both usually get their man
But the show will end where it began, as the last two feature-length episodes find DCI Gently (Martin Shaw) set to retire, just as he had planned to do in the first ever episode.
The long-running North Eastshot BBC period detective series is drawing to a close with two feature-length episodes that will wrap up the stories associated with its main characters George Gently, John Bacchus and Rachel Coles.
The popular BBC1 police drama Inspector George Gently is being wrapped up after 10 years.
Gently warm the milk over very gentle heat in a saucepan.
Available in both DVD and Blu-ray formats, George Gently Series 7 collects four all-new, feature-length mysteries featuring Detective Chief Inspector George Gently (played by Martin Shaw), who strives to keep the peace and catch criminals in North East of England during the socially turbulent 1960's.
INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY (BBC1, 8pm) IT'S Christmas Eve in Durham in 1969, and even the serious George Gently is wearing a Santa hat.
INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY BBC1, 8pm All good things must come to an end, but that idea won't make it any easier for Gently to deal with losing Bacchus.
Inspector George Gently BBC1, 8pm A woman's body is found on the moors, and although it looks like suicide, Gently is convinced it is suspicious - even after finding out the victim had mood swings and suffered from motor neurone disease.
While Gently has pushed himself back to full fitness, it's his emotional rather than physical scars which pain him.