Flambards (1979)

  • Genre: Drama
  • First Air Date: 1979-02-02
  • Last Air Date: 1979-04-27
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 13
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 60 min.
  • Production Company: Yorkshire Television
  • Networks: BBC One
  • Director: Peter Duffell
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In the early 1900s in England, young Christina is orphaned and goes to live with her Uncle Russell, who owns the country estate of Flambards, and has two sons. Mark, the elder, is a wastrel, a roue and, like his father, loves to hunt. The younger son, William, lives to fly aeroplanes. Christina finds herself struggling with the ideas of classism as she falls in love with country life, the hunt, and one of her cousins. But after their impulsive marriage, when her husband is called away by the First World War, Christina must keep Flambards afloat by herself.

  • Keywords: miniseries
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    Flambards Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1979-02-02
    13 Episodes

    Flambards Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Christina / The Blooding60 min
    Season 1Episode 2Entry to a New World60 min
    Season 1Episode 3Lady Bountiful60 min
    Season 1Episode 4Point to Point60 min
    Season 1Episode 5The Cold Light of Day60 min
    Season 1Episode 6Edge of the Cloud60 min
    Season 1Episode 7Flying High60 min
    Season 1Episode 8Sing No Sad Songs60 min
    Season 1Episode 9New Blood60 min
    Season 1Episode 10Prisoner of War60 min
    Season 1Episode 11What are Servants For?60 min
    Season 1Episode 12The Inheritance60 min
    • Christine McKenna

      as Christina Parsons
    • Rosalie Williams

      as Mary
    • Steven Grives

      as Mark Russell
    • Frank Mills

      as Fowler
    • Alan Parnaby

      as William Russell
    • David Huscroft

      as Joe
    • Sebastian Abineri

      as Dick Wright
    • Carol Leader

      as Dorothy
    • Edward Judd

      as Uncle Russell
    • Olive Pendleton

      as Aunt Grace
    • Anton Diffring

      as Mr. Dermot
    Writing Alex Glasgow Writer
    Writing K.M. Peyton Writer
    Editing Clive Trist Editor
    Camera Peter Jackson Director of Photography
    Writing William Humble Writer
    Sound David Fanshawe Music
    Production Leonard Lewis Producer
    Directing Peter Duffell Director
    Editing Terry Warwick Editor
    Editing Tudor Lloyd Editor
    Production David Cunliffe Executive Producer
    Editing Graham Shrimpton Editor