Love in a Cold Climate (TV serial)
|Love in a Cold Climate|
|Based on||The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford|
|Screenplay by||Deborah Moggach|
|Directed by||Tom Hooper|
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh
|Theme music composer||Rob Lane|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||2|
|Running time||150 minutes|
|Original release||11 February 2002|
Love in a Cold Climate is a British television serial drama produced by the BBC in association with WGBH Boston, and first broadcast in two parts on BBC One on 4 and 11 February 2001. The serial was adapted by Deborah Moggach from Nancy Mitford's novels The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate, and was directed by Tom Hooper.
It stars Rosamund Pike as Fanny, Elisabeth Dermot Walsh as Linda, Megan Dodds as Polly, Alan Bates as Uncle Matthew, and Celia Imrie as Aunt Sadie. Further roles are played by an all-star cast. The production staff researched the nature of Mitford's novels by interviewing her surviving sister Deborah. The serial was accompanied by an Omnibus profile of Mitford and a documentary series entitled The Mitford World on BBC Knowledge.
Love in a Cold Climate was nominated for two British Academy Television Awards; Bates was nominated for Best Actor, and the production team received nominations in the Costume Design and Production Design categories.
- Rosamund Pike as Fanny
- Elisabeth Dermot Walsh as Linda
- Megan Dodds as Polly
- Alan Bates as Uncle Matthew
- Celia Imrie as Aunt Sadie
- Anthony Andrews as Boy
- John Wood as Lord Merlin
- Sheila Gish as Lady Montdore
- John Standing as Lord Montdore
- Jemima Rooper as Jassy
- John Light as Christian
- "Love in a Cold Climate". British Film Institute. Retrieved on 16 October 2010.
- Moggach, Deborah (20 June 2000). "Playing bit parts in my own dramas". The Times (Times Newspapers): p. 9 (Times2 supplement).
- "Television Nominations 2001". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved on 16 October 2010.
- "Craft Nominations 2001". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved on 16 October 2010.