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Sunday, May 15, 2011

On TV Tonight: Watch Episode 3 of 'South Riding' on PBS Masterpiece Classic

The conclusion and Episode 3 (of 3) of South Riding starring Anna Maxwell Martin, David Morrissey, and as Mrs. Beddows airs tonight on PBS Masterpiece Classic! Check your local listings for times in your area.


South Riding synopsis (via PBS Masterpiece)
A lively new headmistress brings progressive ideas to a conservative girls' school in Depression-era Yorkshire, sparking conflict — and a powerful attraction — with a stern, brooding landowner rooted in a troubled past. With its pounding surf and grinding poverty, South Riding presents a hardscrabble community still crippled from World War I, and its transformation, when infused with hope, through modernization, poetry, and even love. Anna Maxwell Martin (Bleak House) stars in this three-part miniseries, adapted from Winifred Holtby's 1936 novel by celebrated screenwriter Andrew Davies (Little Dorrit, Pride and Prejudice). Also starring are David Morrissey (Sense and Sensibility) and Penelope Wilton (Downton Abbey).
 

US' PBS Masterpiece Classic - May 1, 8, 15, 2011
MAY 1 – 15 South Riding
Anna Maxwell Martin (Bleak House) and David Morrissey (Sense & Sensibility) lead the cast in Andrew Davies‘s (Bleak House, Little Dorrit) three-part adaptation of Winifred Holtby’s moving love story, which provides a panoramic portrait of a Yorkshire community in the 1930s. (3 parts, 60 minutes each)

Watch Online 
South Riding is available for online viewing
May 2 - June 14, 2011


Watch the preview trailer
 
Watch the full episode. See more Masterpiece.
 
South Riding Promo Stills
  featuring Penelope Wilton as Mrs. Beddows
(source: BBC/Todd Antony)

View more South Riding Promo/Episode stills here!


  South Riding Characters
Meet the characters of South Riding, get bios of the actors who portray them and download a characters guide for when you watch.  

2 comments:

  1. I've seen this series, I was moved to tears and loved most of the characters so much! Especially Robert and Sarah.Then Mrs Beddows, Lydia and Midge. Another incredibly good BBC period drama!

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  2. I was moved to tears as well at the ending. Thought it was a terrific series.

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