Cider With Rosie

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0120060406 (BBC7)
20060407 (BBC7)

Tim Mcinnerny plays the author in this whimsical tale of West Country childhood at the turn of the last century.

0120060406 (BBC7)
20060407 (BBC7)

Tim Mcinnerny plays the author in this whimsical tale of West Country childhood at the turn of the last century.

01 OF 2.Cider With Rosie20050808 (BBC7)
20050809 (BBC7)

Laurie Lee's evocative account of childhood, in the sleepy Gloucestershire village of Stroud.

Starring Niamh Cusack.

Episode 1 of 2.

In the final instalment of Laurie Lee's autobiography, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

01 OF 2.Cider With Rosie20050808 (BBC7)
20050809 (BBC7)

Laurie Lee's evocative account of childhood, in the sleepy Gloucestershire village of Stroud.

Starring Niamh Cusack.

Episode 1 of 2.

In the final instalment of Laurie Lee's autobiography, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

0220050809 (BBC7)
20050810 (BBC7)

A chance meeting one night leads to a story of intrigue and madness, starring Toby Stephens as Walter Hartright.

Episode 2 of 4.

0220050809 (BBC7)
20050810 (BBC7)

A chance meeting one night leads to a story of intrigue and madness, starring Toby Stephens as Walter Hartright.

Episode 2 of 4.

0220060407 (BBC7)
20060408 (BBC7)

In the final instalment of Laurie Lee's autobiography, he gets his first taste of adulthood - and his first taste of cider.

0220060407 (BBC7)
20060408 (BBC7)

In the final instalment of Laurie Lee's autobiography, he gets his first taste of adulthood - and his first taste of cider.

0119991212

Tim Mcinnerny and Niamh Cusack star in Nick Darke's two-part adaptation of Laurie Lee's evergreen autobiography which was recorded in and around the Slad Valley.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Sunny Leworthy, Jennifer Compton and Paul Currier.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

0119991212

Tim Mcinnerny and Niamh Cusack star in Nick Darke's two-part adaptation of Laurie Lee's evergreen autobiography which was recorded in and around the Slad Valley.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Sunny Leworthy, Jennifer Compton and Paul Currier.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

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Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the best-loved autobiographies of the century.

It is dramatised in two parts by Nick Darke.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Tim McInnerny and Niamh Cusack.

Directors Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

011998040519980418

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the best-loved autobiographies of the century.

It is dramatised in two parts by Nick Darke.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Tim McInnerny and Niamh Cusack.

Directors Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

011998041219980425

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the best-loved autobiographies of the century.

In the second of two episodes dramatised by Nick Darke, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim McInnerny, Niamh Cusack and Sunny Leworthy.

Directors Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe.

It is dramatised in two parts by Nick Darke.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

011998041219980425

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the best-loved autobiographies of the century.

In the second of two episodes dramatised by Nick Darke, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim McInnerny, Niamh Cusack and Sunny Leworthy.

Directors Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe.

It is dramatised in two parts by Nick Darke.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

011999120519991218

Tim Mcinnerny and Niamh Cusack star in Nick Darke's two-part adaptation of Laurie Lee's evergreen autobiography which was recorded in and around the Slad Valley.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Sunny Leworthy, Jennifer Compton and Paul Currier.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

011999120519991218

Tim Mcinnerny and Niamh Cusack star in Nick Darke's two-part adaptation of Laurie Lee's evergreen autobiography which was recorded in and around the Slad Valley.

1: The Lee family arrive in their new home.

With Sunny Leworthy, Jennifer Compton and Paul Currier.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

0219991219

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the century's best-loved autobiographies.

In the second instalment of Nick Darke's two-part dramatisation, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim Mcinnerny, Niamh Cusack, Sunny Leworthy and Emily Parrish.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

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021998041919980502
021999121219991219

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the century's best-loved autobiographies.

In the second instalment of Nick Darke's two-part dramatisation, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim Mcinnerny, Niamh Cusack, Sunny Leworthy and Emily Parrish.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

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Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the century's best-loved autobiographies.

In the second instalment of Nick Darke's two-part dramatisation, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim Mcinnerny, Niamh Cusack, Sunny Leworthy and Emily Parrish.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe

02 LAST1999121219991225

Laurie Lee's childhood in the Gloucestershire countryside inspired one of the century's best-loved autobiographies.

In the second instalment of Nick Darke's two-part dramatisation, young Loll experiences his first taste of the adult world.

With Tim Mcinnerny, Niamh Cusack, Sunny Leworthy and Emily Parrish.

Directors: Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe