Masterpiece Classic, Period Drama

Cranford (2007) episode 2 tomorrow on Masterpiece Classic

Image from Cranford: Simon Woods as Dr. Harrison © BBC Worldwide 2007 for MASTERPIECEJust a reminder to all to tune into the second episode of Cranford (2007) encore on Masterpiece Classic on PBS tomorrow night at 9:00 pm. Here is a brief synopsis:

As winter approaches, Cranford is beset by sorrows and struggles to regain confidence. Dr. Harrison’s housekeeper, Mrs. Rose, discovers a leg of mutton has been stolen from the kitchen window on the very same night that Mr. Johnson, the local shop owner, is mugged. The ladies decide that a crime wave has hit Cranford. Mr. Johnson is convinced that Job Gregson, the local ne’er-do-well, must be his attacker and Job is arrested. Job’s son, Harry, confesses to Mr. Carter of his own part in the poaching to save his father. When Mr. Carter pleads Job’s case with Lady Ludlow, she is immovable. Christmas arrives and Cranford huddles together to celebrate. Matty reconnects with an old acquaintance, Mr. Holbrook. Meanwhile, Dr. Harrison reveals to his medical school friend, Jack Marshland, about his love for Sophy. But Jack, a perpetual prankster, is up to his usual mischief.

At the official Cranford website you can check out a full synopsis, cast & credits, a behind the scenes video and watch episode 1 online until January 10, 2010.

Enjoy!

Image courtesy © BBC Worldwide 2007 for MASTERPIECE

2 thoughts on “Cranford (2007) episode 2 tomorrow on Masterpiece Classic”

  1. I, too, missed the first episode. I caught the second minutes late! I thoroughly enjoyed it as I relish looking into the past! The acting is superb! My partial ancestry hailed from England, Ireland, Scotland, France & Spain….

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