Lark Rise to Candleford
Residents of the hamlet of Lark Rise interact with neighbours in the wealthier town of Candleford.
Olivia Hallinan, Julia Sawalha, Brendan Coyle, Claudie Blakley, Dawn French, John Dagleish, Linda Bassett, Karl Johnson, Sandy Mcdade, Matilda Ziegler, Victoria Hamilton, Ben Aldridge, Sarah Lancashire, Fergus Drysdale, Martha Murdoch, Mark Heap, Thomas Jones, Sophie Miles, Hope Yeomans, Ruby Bentall, Harry Miles, Edward Darnell-hayes, Gerard Horan, Jason Merrells, Stephen Marcus, Matthew Welby, Olivia Grant, Claire Skinner, Liz Smith, Ben Miles
John Greening (Director), Charles Palmer (Director), Flora Thompson (Writer), Bill Gallagher (Writer), Bill Gallagher (Executive Producer), Susan Hogg (Executive Producer), Susan Tully (Director), Sarah Brown (Executive Producer), Patrick Lau (Director), David Edwards (Director), Rachel Bennette (Writer), Paul Seed (Director), Moira Armstrong (Director), Gaby Chiappe (Writer), David Tucker (Director), Paul Marcus (Director), Carolyn Bonnyman (Writer), Kate Gartside (Writer), Alan Grint (Director), Julian Holmes (Director), Maurice Phillips (Director)
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In this adaptation of Flora Thompson's memoir of her childhood, Laura Timmins leaves the Oxfordshire hamlet of Lark Rise for a job in the market town of Candleford, where her mother's cousin, effervescent Dorcas Lane, is postmistress. Farm workers, craftsmen and gentry make up the community of families, rivals, friends and neighbours. Throughout the series, residents of both places interact at the best and the worst of times, including a measles epidemic that threatens the harvest and the arrival of new Post Office Inspector Mr. Rushton.
Olivia Hallinan as Laura Timmins
Julia Sawalha as Dorcas Lane
Brendan Coyle as Robert Timmins
Claudie Blakley as Emma Timmins
Dawn French as Caroline Arless
John Dagleish as Alf Arless
Linda Bassett as Queenie Turrill
Karl Johnson as Twister Turrill
Sandy Mcdade as Margaret Brown
Matilda Ziegler as Pearl Pratt
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