The Barchester Chronicles
|The Barchester Chronicles|
|Directed by||David Giles|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||7|
|Running time||55 minutes|
|Original release||10 November– 22 December 1982|
The Barchester Chronicles is a 1982 British television serial produced by the BBC. It is an adaptation of Anthony Trollope's first two Chronicles of Barsetshire, The Warden and Barchester Towers. The series was directed by David Giles. Location work was filmed in and around Peterborough Cathedral, using locations such as the Deanery and Laurel Court.
The sleepy community of Barchester is stirred up when their local church becomes the object of a scathing, investigative report.
- Donald Pleasence as Mr Harding
- Nigel Hawthorne as Archdeacon Grantly
- Angela Pleasence as Mrs Grantly
- Cyril Luckham as Bishop Grantly
- David Gwillim as John Bold
- George Costigan as Tom Towers
- John Ringham as Finney
- Barbara Flynn as Mary Bold
- Janet Maw as Eleanor Harding
- Clive Swift as Bishop Proudie
- Geraldine McEwan as Mrs Proudie
- Alan Rickman as Obadiah Slope
- Susan Hampshire as Signora Madeline Neroni
- Ursula Howells as Miss Thorne.
The series won a BAFTA award for Design (Chris Pemsel) in 1982, also being nominated for Drama Series/Serial (Jonathan Powell, David Giles), Costume Design (Juanita Waterson), Graphics (Stewart Austin), Make Up (Elizabeth Rowell), Sound Supervisor (Chick Anthony), Video Cameraman (Geoff Feld), and Video Lighting (Howard King).
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