Desmond Ambrose (Norman Beaton) was the main character and the owner of the barbershop named after him.
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28th and the nominations were just announced, which got us thinking about what the Academy Awards would be like if they took place in Egypt.
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Dan is er altijd wel een meesteres of meester die met je wil afspreken. Jij die net zoals ik houd van discretie en hygiëne.
Of verneder jij een sub of slavin graag door deze te blinddoeken of te onderwerpen aan pijn.
Desmond\’s shop was a gathering place for an assortment of local characters.
While the show was not the first black (or predominantly black) British television situation comedy (The Fosters, 1976-77), it was the first to be set mainly in the workplace, which provided an insight on black family life different from those seen before on British television.
Desmond\’s is a British television situation comedy broadcast by Channel 4 from 1989 to 1994.
The first series was shot in 1988, with the first episode broadcast in January 1989.
The characters had aspirations (Desmond to return to Guyana, Michael to run his own branch of the bank, Gloria to get a job in fashion, Sean to get to university) and were socially mobile. Much of the success of the show came from the dynamics and relationships both within the Ambrose family and the other characters in the show who spent time in the shop.