Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Arthur Darvill in The Paradise

For the first time since his departure from Doctor Who, Arthur Darvill makes a return to BBC One tonight in period drama The Paradise.

Katherine is desperate to win Moray back. So when he resists her advances she resorts to underhand tactics and games in order to cause a public stir and force Moray’s attention. 

Moray thinks the time is now right to expand the store but to do so he needs to persuade Burroughs the barber next door to sell his shop. But Burroughs will only sell on condition he is made a junior partner in the business. Moray has no choice.

Denise, meanwhile, proposes an idea to attract more custom in Ladieswear. Gentlemen’s Afternoon is intended to pique the curiosity of men who might wish to purchase a gift for their wives. But when the men appear to be having more fun than is seemly, their wives are scandalised and threaten to boycott the store.

Burroughs claims to Jonas that he has incriminating evidence surrounding the death of Moray’s wife. Loyal Jonas is furious and decides that Burroughs must be dealt with once and for all, but his actions are witnessed by an employee.

Cast: Emun Elliott plays John Moray, Joanna Vanderham plays Denise Lovett, Elaine Cassidy plays Katherine Glendenning, Patrick Malahide plays Lord Glendenning, Peter Wight plays Edmund Lovett, David Hayman plays Jonas Franks, Sarah Lancashire plays Miss Audrey, Matthew McNulty plays Dudley, Ruby Bentall plays Pauline, Sonya Cassidy plays Clara, Stephen Wight plays Sam, Finn Burridge plays Arthur and guest starring Arthur Darvill as Bradley Burroughs.

The episode will be broadcast tonight at 9.00pm on BBC One.

(Source: BBC Media Centre)


Alwyn Ash October 24, 2012 at 12:30 AM  

One of my favourite shows now, adore the acting, set design and atmosphere. Scripts are excellent and flawless. Nice to see Arthur meet a rather suspicious end as Burroughs ;)

Vortex October 25, 2012 at 9:00 PM  

The 9pm Tuesday slot on BBC One has had some really good drama this year. I think Arthur was great and Sarah Lancishire is wonderful. :)

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