Over the past few days millions of British (and digital) television viewers have been watching two Majorca-based productions, one being the second part of the day-doco-soap Passport to the Sun. The other, which has been previewed, commented on and reviewed at great length in the British media, being Channel 4*s screening of the two-part adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's trilogy Sword of Honour. The second and final part of the six million pound Talkback Productions drama, which was mostly filmed on location in Majorca in association with Palma Pictures, was screened last night and the Daily Telegraph's television reviewer James Watson wrote that having seen part one, could not wait for the concluding part. The Telegraph's defence editor John Keegan did manage to find a few flaws in the production, although he could not fault William Boyd's adaptation of the trilogy, neither could James Watson.


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