SummaryAnnie Quaintain, is a widowed mother of two who is forced to start a new life in the remote town of Jericho in rugged 1870s Yorkshire. To make ends meet, she takes in lodgers who work on the local railroad. When handsome worker Johnny Jackson shows up at her door, he brings with him a load of trouble that could threaten Annie's new life.
Viaducts -- Drama.
Communities -- Drama.
Frontier and pioneer life -- England -- Drama.
Yorkshire (England) -- History -- 19th century -- Drama.
Historical television programs.
Fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Silver Spring, Maryland?] :2016
1967- contributor, screenwriter.
Dunlop, Chris, screenwriter.
Henry, Caroline, screenwriter.
Osborne, Lisa, television producer.
Whittington, Paul, television director.
McKillop, Robert, television director.
Moore, David (Television director), television director.
Raine, Jessica, 1982- actor.
Matheson, Hans, 1975- actor.
Peters, Clarke, actor.
Addy, Mark, 1964- actor.
Andrews, Dean, 1963- actor.
Ashbourne, Lorraine, actor.
Barnes-Worrell, Elliot, actor.
Black, Lucy, actor.
Bottomley, Samuel, actor.
Cornwell, Phil, 1957- actor.
Gavin, Natalie, actor.
James-Kelly, Amy, actor.
Laird, Martina, actor.
Loughran, Paul, actor.
McDonnell, Tommy, actor.
Rigby, Daniel, actor.
Spark, Jeany, 1982- actor.
Thompson, Sophie, 1962- actor.
Thompson, Stephen, actor.
ITV Global Entertainment, production company.
Acorn Media (Firm), publisher.
RLJ Entertainment, television distributor.
Jessica Raine, Hans Matheson, Clarke Peters, Mark Addy, Dean Andrews, Lorraine Ashbourne, Elliot Barnes-Worrell, Lucy Black, Samuel Bottomley, Phil Cornwell, Natalie Gavin, Amy James-Kelly, Martina Laird, Paul Loughran, Tommy McDonnell, Daniel Rigby, Jeany Spark, Sophie Thompson, Stephen Thompson.
Not rated; contains violence, strong language, and sexual situations.
In English; with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Bonus: Behind-the-scenes featurette (40 min.).
DVD; widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
3 videodiscs (approximately 390 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.