Nancherrow

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Nancherrow
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Written by Rosamunde Pilcher (original novel)
John Goldsmith (adaptation)
Directed by Simon Langton
Starring Joanna Lumley
Tristan Gemmill
Robert Hardy
Lynda Baron
Susan Hampshire
Patrick Ryecart
Philipp Moog
Theme music composer Alan Parker
Country of origin Great Britain
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) David Cunliffe
Running time 180 minutes
Release
Original release
  • 4 April 1999 (1999-04-04)

Nancherrow was a TV movie sequel to Rosamunde Pilcher's Coming Home. It aired on ITV television in April 1999.

Synopsis[edit]

After the Colonel dies it is his irrepressible daughter, Loveday, who inherits the house and all of its problems. Bewitched by the magic of Nancherrow, Loveday fights to keep the estate going so that, in time, her young son Nat may inherit same, while dealing with the reappearance of her one true love Gus and her failing marriage to Walter. Meanwhile, cousin Judith is finding life as wife of a busy doctor difficult, especially after suffering multiple miscarriages. It is a time of much change and heartfelt expectation for everyone at Nancherrow.

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DVD release[edit]

Nancherrow is available on DVD in the UK.

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