Author Archives: Andy Priestner

About Andy Priestner

Trainer and consultant on social media, marketing and comms, user experience and ethnography, leadership, strategic thinking, change and LEGO Serious Play

Tenko for Christmas?

Whether you’ve found your way here because you watched the recent Drama Channel repeat run of Tenko or you just wanted to check out what sort of information was out there on the web about this amazing drama series, we … Continue reading

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Reunion (Review of the feature-length special)

Given the outstanding quality of this reunion special it is something of a mystery that this final feature-length slice of Tenko does not enjoy a better critical reputation. This state of affairs is even more curious when one considers just … Continue reading

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Going Home (Review of Series 3, Episode 10)

The unenviable task of penning a final instalment which would stand as a suitable conclusion to all three series and wrap up all of the loose ends (there being no certainty at the time that the series would return for … Continue reading

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Tenko memorabilia now available

Signed photographs of some of the stars of Tenko and a very limited number of signed copies of Remembering Tenko are now available here. The beautiful limited edition Tenko prints produced by Tenko’s original title designer Ray Ogden can also … Continue reading

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A New Understanding (Review of Series 3, Episode 9)

This penultimate episode of the third series boasts a sharp script from Jill Hyem full of well-executed set pieces, which offers an equal balance of comedy and tragedy. Joss and Ulrica provide most of the humour, while the revelations surrounding … Continue reading

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A Death and a Dance (Review of Series 3, Episode 8)

This particularly well-constructed episode documents a pleasing change in Beatrice’s fortunes, a conclusion to Kate’s story, and a realisation on the part of all the former internees that their time in the camp will always be with them. Kate is … Continue reading

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Evidence (Review of Series 3, Episode 7)

This episode is very untypical of Tenko as a whole in that rather than focusing on two or three of the regular characters it chooses to follow pretty much all of them as they continue to adjust to their post-camp … Continue reading

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