Alongside Jersey cows and Jersey Royals, Bergerac has long been synonymous with the island of Jersey; gaining a strong global following and presenting the beautiful island to households across the world.
Produced by the BBC in association with the Australian Seven Network and filmed predominantly on the Island, the popular crime drama television series debuted on BBC1 on 18 October 1981 and ran for ten years and nine series.
Created by Robert Banks Stewart and starring John Nettles, OBE, Bergerac centres around the titular detective, Jim Bergerac, who starts out as a Detective Sergeant in Le Bureau des Étrangers, a fictional department in the States of Jersey Police dealing with non-Jersey residents, and later becomes a private investigator. Episodes follow Bergerac as he tackles cases ranging from catching jewel thieves to thwarting smugglers and even solving murders.
Jersey Stamps has produced an issue of 8 commemorative stamps to celebrate the history of this iconic British Crime Drama, shop the collection now!
Alongside Jersey cows and Jersey Royals, Bergerac has long been synonymous with the island of Jersey; gaining a strong global following and presenting...