The story of young book-smart Charlie McFell (Lloyd Owen), who's thrust into the horrors of World War I by a family tragedy. Edward: Tom Bell. Nellie: Maria Miles. Victoria: Catherine Zeta-Jones. Polly: Lucy Akhurst.
Part 2 of a three-part drama, Freddie is questioned by the police and a letter from Belle's father ultimately changes her life. Freddie Musgrave: Colin Buchanan. Maggie Hewitt: Clare Higgins. Belle Hewitt: Hannah Yelland. Directed by Alan Grint.
Part 1 of a three-part drama about one man's struggle live a crime-free life---and the woman (Hannah Yelland) who interferes with his plan and changes everything. Freddie Musgrave: Colin Buchanan. Directed by Alan Grint.
Part 1 of "The Dwelling Place," about orphan Cissie Brodie (Tracy Whitwell), who's forced to find shelter for her siblings in a cave. Matthew Turnbull: Ray Stevenson. Clive Fischel: Edward Rawle-Hicks.
In Part 1 of a three-part adaptation of "The Moth," Robert Bradley (Jack Davenport), who lives with his uncle, is falsely accused of fathering his cousin's child, and, later, obtains a job on a wealthy family's estate. Millie: Justine Wadell.
“A Dinner of Herbs,” Conclusion. After 25 years, Hal and Mary-Ellen's marriage is still strong and their farm is prosperous. Elsewhere, Roddy (Jonathan Kerrigan) displays his work in Newcastle. Ben Hamilton: Joseph May. Bella: Su Elliot. Pat Feeler: Michael Glenn Murphy.
Conclusion. Trouble erupts when Ned (Jonathan Cake) and Hannah (Siobhan Flynn) become entangled in an affair and are found out by her husband and her mother-in-law (Susan Jameson). Anne: Jill Baker. Betsy: Nancy Lodder. Tessie: Sarah Turnbull.
Part 1 of three. The illegitimate Hannah (Cheryl Moody) is brought to the home of her father (Malcolm Stoddard), who forces his cold-hearted wife to take her in and raise her as a lady. Adult Hannah: Siobhan Flynn. Anne: Jill Baker. Ned: Jonathan Cake.
“A Dinner of Herbs” follows the friendship of Roddy, Hal and Mary-Ellen from childhood to adulthood. Part 1 of three. Peter Greenbank: Bill Fellows. Ben Hamilton: Joseph May. Bella: Su Elliot. Gabriel Roystan: Jonathan Spencer.
Part 1 of "The Glass Virgin" finds the world of teenage heiress Annabella Lagrange (Emily Mortimer) turned upside down by the discovery of her true parentage. Edmund: Nigel Havers. Rosina: Christine Kavanagh.