Updated July 21, 2000.
|Of course there are more useful links in the Products and Merchandise, Heartbeat Country and Miscellaneous Information sections of this site!|
|Fans of the series may be interested in joining the Heartbeat Mailing List at egroups.|
|Peter Scott has also created a Heartbeat e-mail list. Traffic is very low at this stage, but the more people come on board, the busier it will get. You can join the list directly from Peter's Heartbeat web page.|
|Fran tells me there is a chat room at www.tvguidelive.com (well a limited one anyway) under British TV shows that has some Heartbeat fans on it.|
|For those fans from Sweden or who speak Swedish, there is a Swedish-language Heartbeat mailing list at egroups. In Sweden, the series name translates as "Back to Aidensfield".|
Brief mention is made of the series at the (otherwise) excellent Internet Movie Database.
|This was Bigglethwaite's UK TV Site of the Week! They have a very comprehensive listing of UK TV shows and sites - highly worth a visit.|
|The Heartbeat 150th Episode site - an official site for this milestone episode, which was the final one in Season 9.|
|This Australian library site is devoted to comparison of the TV show and the Heartbeat books.|
|Paul Hawkins' Unofficial Heartbeat Website has heaps of info, rumours, etc|
|Nadine's Heartbeat Haven - another fan site for this great show.|
|Meridian also has a feature page on Heartbeat.|
Tony Wakefield has some excellent pictures from around Aidensfield at his home page! Unfortunately the old URL doesn't work - are you there Tony??
|Liam Spelling also has some pictures of the family's pilgrimage to Goathland at this site! (more lucky people that have been there ... mutter mutter ...) Another broken URL - Liam are you out there?|
|The very touching song "How
Can I Tell You" by Cat Stevens was a major feature of a powerful
season 4 episode. Here you can read not only the words but also the guitar
(Thanks Kate for this link)
|My trip to Heartbeat country hasn't been fully written up yet (again, the joys of small children) but you can see some of my photos from my visits to the location filming and the set.|
Due South is a great show about a Canadian Mountie and his deaf wolf. If you don't understand why this is relevant, keep watching!
Note Anne's comments though:
Christine has another point of view:
Disclaimer: This page is strictly a fan page, and I have no relationship with the programme's producers, Yorkshire TV, or any of the stations which show Heartbeat. No infringement of copyright is intended; all information is provided freely for the enjoyment of other fans.
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