Juliet Bravo polaroids – Janice Rider

 

Photos by Janice Rider, no reproduction without permission.

Costume designer, Janice Rider, took these polaroids of characters in the police drama series Juliet Bravo for continuity reasons. The polaroids are written on to include the character name, and the episode and ‘take’ number. Juliet Bravo was a hosted drama series at Pebble Mill for a couple of years, although it was a London production. The series ran between 1980-85, with Stephanie Turner playing the lead role in the first three series.

 

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Juliet Bravo – portrait by Janice Rider

Juliet Bravo Stephanie Turner JR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright Janice Rider, no reproduction without permission.

Janice Rider was the costume designer on the Police series ‘Juliet Bravo’ in 1980. Being an artist as well as a designer, she took the opportunity to sketch lead actress, Stephanie Turner, in the role of Inspector Jean Darblay.

Juliet Bravo – Janice Rider interview

 

Specially shot interview with Janice Rider about working on the police drama series: ‘Juliet Bravo’, starring Stephanie Turner.

There were six series in all, going out between 1980 and 1985.  I don’t know if all of them were hosted at Pebble Mill, or just a couple of series. The series was created by Ian Kennedy Martin.