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McNeice, Ian

Overview
Works: 123 works in 224 publications in 4 languages and 14,644 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Film adaptations  Military history  History  Television adaptations  Fiction  Detective and mystery television programs  Records and correspondence  Television comedies  Television programs 
Roles: Actor, Performer
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
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Publications about Ian McNeice
Publications by Ian McNeice
Most widely held works by Ian McNeice
White noise by Niall Johnson( visu )
5 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 1,072 libraries worldwide
A man, who is shattered by the death of his wife, is contacted by a man, who claims to be receiving messages from her through 'white noise'. When he becomes convinced of the messages' validity, he tries to contact her on his own
Oliver Twist by Roman Polanski( visu )
12 editions published between 2005 and 2009 in 4 languages and held by 1,065 libraries worldwide
Esta es la historia de un pequeño huérfano que se ve envuelto en una banda de carteristas en la ciudad de Londres en el siglo XIX. Abandonado desde su temprana infrnaic, Oliver Twist se ve forzado a vivir en un taller manejado por el terrible Sr. Bumble quien obliga a los niños a trabajar a ccambio de una mísera ración de comida. Desesperado pero determinado, escapa a las calles de Londres
Ace Ventura, when nature calls ( visu )
15 editions published between 1995 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,025 libraries worldwide
Africa's the place and Ace is on the case, setting out to rescue an animal he loathes ... a bat!
Rome ( visu )
3 editions published between 2007 and 2010 in English and held by 994 libraries worldwide
In the year 44 B.C., Julius Caesar has been assassinated and civil war threatens to destroy the Republic. In the void left by Caesar's demise, egos clash and numerous players jockey for position. The brutally ambitious Mark Antony attempts to solidify his power, aligning himself with Atia, but coming to blows with her cunning son Octavian, who has been anointed in Caesar's will as his only son and heir. Meanwhile, Titus Pullo attempts to pull his friend Lucius Vorenus out of the darkness that has engulfed his soul in the wake of personal tragedy
Conspiracy by Frank R Pierson( visu )
7 editions published between 2001 and 2010 in English and held by 974 libraries worldwide
On January 20, 1942, 15 German officials attended a conference at Wannsee - on the outskirts of Berlin. The meeting comprised of mid-ranking SS commanders and a variety of government ministers. The meeting was organized by SS Major Adolf Eichmann under the direction of Chief of Security Reinhard Heydrich. It was a polite conference, but under this thin veneer of manners lay an evil intent. By the end of the meeting, the fate of six million lives would be decided and the shape of the world would be altered forever
David Copperfield by Simon Curtis( visu )
4 editions published between 2002 and 2005 in English and held by 781 libraries worldwide
The most autobiographical of Dickens' works, David Copperfield often echoes the writer's own life. It tells a moving story of David's journey from birth to maturity, a journey which inextricably links his life with some of Dickens' most colorful and extraordinary families
Doc Martin ( visu )
7 editions published between 2006 and 2011 in English and held by 768 libraries worldwide
As a hard-charging London surgeon, Martin Ellingham didn't need a bedside manner. His patients were unconscious, so he could be as rude and arrogant as he pleased. All that changes when he develops a crippling fear of blood and is forced to give up surgery. Now a GP in a sleepy, picturesque Cornish fishing village, Doc Martin offends everyone in town, including the one person he wants to impress, beautiful teacher Louisa Glasson. Getting her attention proves even more difficult when Louisa's old flame returns to the village and becomes his new rival
84 Charing Cross Road by David Jones( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 748 libraries worldwide
Helene Hanff is a New Yorker who loves books but cannot afford expensive ones. When she sees an ad in the Saturday Review for a London bookstore, she sends them her want list and is soon delighted to receive a package of used books - good readable editions, cheap. She begins a correspondence with the bookseller, Frank Doel. Built on a basis of mutually held taste, knowledge, interests and consideration, the bond between the lonely New Yorker and the reserved Londoner lasts for years without the two people ever meeting each other. Based on a true story and the long running play
Doc Martin ( visu )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 713 libraries worldwide
Episode 5. Martin lies about his haemophobia while interviewing for a surgeon's job in London, which he gets. Returning to Port Wenn by train, he sits next to Jim Selkirk, who drops down dead. Jim's widow visits the surgery, claiming Jim is telling her that she is ill which she is, but not in the way she thinks. A grasping couple try to sue Joan when their brattish son falls sick after a visit to her farm but Martin proves their own lack of hygiene is the cause. A session with a very young therapist to cure the haemophobia is less successful however and Martin walks out on him. Episode 6. New midwife Molly O'Brien arrives in Portwenn and instantly clashes with Martin over care of Louisa. Fortunately Louisa comes to see that Molly is exploiting the situation for her feminist views and that it is Martin who really has her interests at heart. Martin tells Joan he has got the London job and Joan stresses the importance of staying in touch with his child. He drives to Truro to clinch the appointment but is side-tracked when he has to attend to an emergency involving Bert's cook's husband but Edith comes to his house to confirm the news, and Louisa overhears her. Episode 7. Annoyed that the reference Martin has given her terms her merely 'competent', Pauline works to rule. Chaos ensues. Joan starts a bed and breakfast, her first guest being Ted Nugent, a neighbour who has lost his farm. His breath smells vile and, after he collapses, Martin finds that it is due to his eating his hair in worry. Martin accompanies Edith to a conference where she is giving a speech. She has plans to spend the night with him but, after administering to the ills of the hotel staff, he returns to Portwenn instead. Episode 8. It's Martin's last day in Portwenn and the surgery is packed. Edith turns up, expecting an apology from Martin for walking out on her but of course does not get one and Joan again rebukes him for distancing himself from his child. As he is about to leave, Tasha, a school-teacher friend of Louisa, collapses. She has been inhaling fumes from an illegal bio-fuel used by her cab driver husband Tommy. She is all right but Tommy, who is driving Louisa to hospital for the birth, also collapses at the wheel and crashes the car. Martin races to save him and to help deliver the baby. It's a boy, and the whole of Portwenn, who have been listening via Pauline's amplified mobile phone, cheer Martin and Louisa and their new offspring
Doc Martin ( visu )
3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 707 libraries worldwide
Dr. Martin Ellingham is brilliant, dedicated, and highly efficient. He's also brusque, abrasive, and terrified of blood. Once a successful London surgeon, he's now a GP in the idyllic Cornish fishing village of Portwenn, where he's every bit as eccentric as the villagers he serves
Frank Herbert's Dune by John Harrison( visu )
3 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 615 libraries worldwide
In the far future, the remote desert world of Dune becomes the epicenter of a spectacular struggle that will spark a revolution, fulfill an ancient prophecy, and forever change the galactic balance of power
Frank Herbert's Children of Dune ( visu )
9 editions published between 2001 and 2010 in English and held by 602 libraries worldwide
Twelve years afte the events in Frank Herbert's Dune, Maud'Dib--Arrakis emperor Paul Atreides--has become the unintended figurehead of a violent dictatorship, and his enemies are multiplying. Vanishing into the desert, he waits as destiny shapes his twin heirs Leto II and Ghanima, who must contend with their scheming aunt Alia while Princess Wensicia, of the enemy House Corrino, plots her own attack on Maud'Dib's familial empire. Exiled Atreides matriarch Lady Jessica returns to Arrakis, where the enormous, desert-dwelling sandworms face an uncertain future. As always, the spice must flow, and the universe's most coveted commodity remains at the center of this epic story
Doc Martin ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 580 libraries worldwide
When the brilliant but socially awkward and neurotic Doc Martin develops an aversion to blood, he abandons his career as a celebrated London surgeon and becomes the only doctor in a sleepy small town where his tactless manner soon has everybody in an uproar. Watch Martin get to know the town's hysterical mix of quirky residents as he finds new ways to put his foot in his mouth
The Englishman who went up a hill but came down a mountain by Christopher Monger( visu )
6 editions published between 1994 and 2011 in English and held by 487 libraries worldwide
A young man offends an entire town by declaring their mountain-- a prized local landmark-- to be a "hill." The eccentric and funny townspeople rally around their "mountain" and a fiery young woman charms the puzzled out-of-town cartographer into seeing things their way
The cherry orchard by Michael Cacoyannis( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 438 libraries worldwide
Madame Ranevskaya returns to her decaying estate in pre-Revolutionary Russia after an exile in Paris. The estate and its beloved cherry orchard are threatened by Ranevskaya's financial problems, and no one seems able to do anything about it
Midsomer murders ( visu )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 336 libraries worldwide
The cozy villages of Midsomer County reveal their most sinister secrets in these contemporary British television mysteries. Garden of death: One of the most beautiful spots in Midsomer Deverell becomes a source of contention and then something far worse. Destroying angel: When the owner of the Easterly Grange Hotel dies, the hotel's manager fails to show up at the funeral or at the reading of the will that names him part-owner. The electric vendetta: A mutilated body found in the middle of a crop circle leads some to suspect that aliens have invaded Midsomer Parva. Who killed Cock Robin?: In Newton Magna, a murder mars plans for the upcoming wedding of the village squire's daughter. Dark autumn: In Goodman's Land, the postman is brutally murdered. Turns out he was delivering more than mail to the village women
Sharpe's battle ( visu )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 300 libraries worldwide
British officer Richard Sharpe is given the task of preparing the hitherto purely ceremonial Royal Irish Company for real battle. The commander's ambitious wife and false rumors of a massacre in Ireland complicate the job
I'll be there by Craig Ferguson( visu )
2 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 297 libraries worldwide
After a talented teen discovers the father she's never met is a famous rock star, she becomes part of his life and sets out to fulfill her two dreams: to become a singing star and reunite her parents
The body ( visu )
3 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 275 libraries worldwide
An archaeologist uncovers a crucified body in Jerusalem which dates back to the 1st century A.D.A priest arrives to try and help determine if the body is the remains of Christ, making a tenuous alliance with the archaeologist as they investigate the find that threatens the foundations of Western religion
Doc Martin ( visu )
3 editions published between 2004 and 2011 in English and held by 254 libraries worldwide
Episode 1. Meet Martin Ellingham, an eminent physician with a nasty disposition. Forced to give up his career as a London surgeon after developing a fear of blood, he takes a job as GP in the sleepy Cornish village of Portwenn. His irascible manner and permanent scowl soon have the town in an uproar; he insults each patient he sees and offends nearly everyone else. The only person who's glad to see him is his aunt Joan. Episode 2. Martin's first official day on the job may be his last when he orders all and sundry, who seem to think the surgery is a town meeting place, out on the street. Having reached the end of his tether, he also fires his receptionist Elaine, only to find that pretty well everyone in village now shuns him. His aunt Joan suggests he should be a little more understanding, but that is not exactly Martin's style. One patient who does remain is Roger Fenn who has a lump in his throat that Martin fears may be cancerous. In a quiet moment, Martin reveals to him the phobia that has caused him to give up surgery and become a GP. Episode 3. When an epidemic of diarrhea strikes the village the doctor takes immediate action. This however does not go down well with the population
 
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MacNeice, Ian 1950-
Languages
English (84)
Spanish (1)
Italian (1)
French (1)
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