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The Catherine Cookson anthology

Author: Simon LangtonAlan GrintDavid WheatleyCatherine Zeta-JonesLloyd OwenAll authors
Publisher: Port Washington, NY : KOCH Vision, 2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The cinder path: Torn between two sisters, a farmer seeks redemption in the Great War. Colour blind: Bridget offends her family when she marries an African sailor. A dinner of herbs: Murder reverberates through generations of a small northern village. The girl: A Yorkshire woman overcomes her abusive family to find her true love. The secret: An accountant's murky past comes to haunt him. The tide of life: Set at the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Romance television programs
Drama
Film adaptations
Named Person: Catherine Cookson; Catherine Cookson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Langton; Alan Grint; David Wheatley; Catherine Zeta-Jones; Lloyd Owen; Niamh Cusack; Catherine Cookson; KOCH Vision (Firm)
ISBN: 1417230304 9781417230303
OCLC Number: 521483318
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Title from container.
Based on the novels of Catherine Cookson.
Cast: The cinder path: Catherine Zeta Jones, Lloyd Owen, Tom Bell, Maria Miles, Rosalind Ayres. Colour blind: Niamh Cusack, Carmen Ejogo, Tony Armatrading, Art Malik. A dinner of herbs: Billie Whitelaw, Jonathan Kerrigan, Tom Goodman Hill, Melanie Clark Pullen. The girl: Siobahn Flynn, Jonathan Cake, Malcolm Stoddard, Jill Baker. The secret: Colin Buchanan, Hannah Yelland, Stephen Moyer, Clare Higgins, Elizabeth Carling. The tide of life: Gillian Kearney, Ray Stevenson, James Purefoy, John Bowler, Diana Hardcastle. Tilly Trotter: Simon Shepherd, Carli Norris, Gavin Abbott.
Target Audience: TV rating: Not rated.
Description: 8 videodiscs (1260 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVDs, Dolby digital stereo.
Contents: [V. 1]. The cinder path (1994) / adaptation by Alan Seymour ; directed by Simon Langton ; Colour blind (1998) / screenplay by Gordon Hann ; directed by Alan Grint.--
[v. 2]. A dinner of herbs (2000) / written by Gordon Hann ; directed by Alan Grint --
[v. 3]. The girl (1996) / written by Gordon Hann ; directed by David Wheatley ; The secret (2000) / written by T.R. Bowen ; directed by Alan Grint --
[v. 4]. The tide of life (1996) / written by Gordon Hann ; directed by David Wheatley ; Tilly Trotter (1999) / written by Ray Marshall ; directed by Alan Grint.
Other Titles: Cinder path.
Colour blind.
Dinner of herbs.
Girl.
Secret.
Tide of life.
Tilly Trotter.

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The cinder path: Torn between two sisters, a farmer seeks redemption in the Great War. Colour blind: Bridget offends her family when she marries an African sailor. A dinner of herbs: Murder reverberates through generations of a small northern village. The girl: A Yorkshire woman overcomes her abusive family to find her true love. The secret: An accountant's murky past comes to haunt him. The tide of life: Set at the turn of the century, follows the fortunes of young housekeeper Emily Kennedy as she learns harsh lessons about life and love through her relationships with three very different men. Tilly Trotter: Set in rural England during the 1930s, Tilly Trotter is the compelling story of a courageous young girl, envied by woman and lusted after by men, who is accused of witchcraft and forced to rise above the predjudice of her community.

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