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Strange | Interviews| Andrew Marshall
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The writer of Strange explains how he came to unleash demons on a Cathedral City. He talks about cunning canons, white witches and mad monks.

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VIDEO CLIP:Original idea The Devil in England
VIDEO CLIP:Strange Who is John Strange?
VIDEO CLIP:Canon Black What's he up to?
VIDEO CLIP:Men of God? Turbulent priests
VIDEO CLIP:Jude Woman of science
VIDEO CLIP:Toby Motorcycle maintenance
VIDEO CLIP:Kevin Gardener and spy
VIDEO CLIP:Joey Demon child
VIDEO CLIP:Doddington Secretary or dogsbody
VIDEO CLIP:Write stuff Writing Strange
VIDEO CLIP:In-jokes An added dimension
VIDEO CLIP:Problem episodes Which was hardest?
VIDEO CLIP:Feel the fear Andrew's greatest fear
Text Interview

Strange the series
  Tell us how Strange came about.

Strange the character
  What can you tell us about the character of John Strange?

Canon Black
  Tell us about Canon Black, what's he up to?

Jude
  Tell us about Jude?

Toby
  What can you tell us about Toby?

Kevin
  Tell us about Kevin

Doddington
  Tell us about Doddington?

Writing Strange.
  How much research did you do?

Reading between the lines.
  Are there any in-jokes we should be looking out for?

A problem episode.
  Which was the hardest episode to write?

Added dimension.
  What was important to you in creating the look and feel of Strange?

Feel the fear.
  What's your greatest fear?

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