Yes, many thanks Char. I had the full version, then I lost it. Very much appreciated
Wally Greer wrote:Yaaaaaaay!Missed Norma Streader, and Jill, before.
Missed Norma Streader, and Jill, before.
agree, great to see them both.
I don't know what it is, but if only I could bottle it, I could make a fortune.
Haven't watched that before, it was just spine tinglelingly good. In spite of seeing actors and cast discussing everything, it still is so easy to believe that they really were real people, with real lives and loves, although on balance, I still relate to the books even more than the Series. But whatever, I just love Poldark.
"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.
Its a pleasure folks, wish ild thought to do it sooner! i completely forgot i had a complete version on the computer. If I had brains ild be dangerous.......
Made my day too many thanks Char
Brilliant job Char, thanks so much for taking the time to do this.
Tide was nearly full. Mist lay in a grey scarf along the line of the cliffs. .. and they walked home hand in hand through the slanting shadows of the new darkness.
I just want to say thank you, thank you, and thanks again for uploading this program. I have never has the chance of seeing the Cult of Poldark, I enjoyed it very much!
ask and you shall receive ... that was excellent. big thanks char!
Well done Char!
I have managed to upload the whole cult of poldark documentary to youtube so if you havent seen it , its certainly worth a look!
it might be wishful thinking, but it'd be really neat if the 'cult of poldark' was added as a special feature on u.s. dvd release of series 2 in october perhaps even with additional interviews. doubt it will happen but i can dream can't i ...Bella wrote:Hey New Yawker, you will be very lucky indeed if your wishes come true, cos I missed this programme and I too am frustrated at only having seen snippets.....but I think we will have to patiently wait until it ever gets shown again......Now I have just walked 5 miles, a glorious sunset beyond the village Church was indeed truly magnificant on the eye, and it was a joy to walk through the woods as the red sky turned to dusky blue and then grey to black. Bella
Hey New Yawker, you will be very lucky indeed if your wishes come true, cos I missed this programme and I too am frustrated at only having seen snippets.....but I think we will have to patiently wait until it ever gets shown again......Now I have just walked 5 miles, a glorious sunset beyond the village Church was indeed truly magnificant on the eye, and it was a joy to walk through the woods as the red sky turned to dusky blue and then grey to black. Bella
Broadcast in the UK on BBC 4 in February 2008, WG's Centenary year, 2 short video clips of some of the history behind the scenes in the 1970s Sunday night Poldark TV series. Interviews with Robin Ellis, Angharad Rees, Richard Morant and directors etc.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLTjGzTMfNs&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijfxJ-QejTw&NR=1
Caroline Penvenen Enys wrote:Link here http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b009099z/The_Cult_of..._Sunday_Night_Poldark/
I really enjoyed watching the Cult of Poldark too PG and agree that it was refreshing to see the actors being themselves, so relaxed, happy and obviously enjoying reminiscing about making Poldark and talking with such warmth and enthusiasm without the slightest touch of arrogance or ego. I especially loved the way they all showed such great sense of humour and it was so touching to hear Robin say that Poldark is something he will cherish forever and appreciates being a part of so much. One thing's for sure, he certainly has lost none of his handsome good looks or sex appeal and his quirky specs just add to his gentlemanly charm.I agree, it certainly would be wonderful if he did decide to write a book about his memoirs, it would definitely be a best seller if he did.
"found it"...thanks girls,
I watched this last night on iPlayer ( What a great invention this is for people like me who forget )
I cannot believe that Robin was not first choice for Ross, or that Jill Townsend was American ( she did such a brilliant cut glass English accent )I especially loved the explanation of the very realistic fight on the beach!!
It was lovely to see Sue and Robin candidly talk about making Poldark with such warmth and affection, they both obviously loved making it and as Robin so warmly told us, it is something he will cherish for the rest of his life.What a fabulous personalities these two have, great sense of humour and gentle, friendly attitudes, perfectly natural, happy and relaxed just to be themselves on camera without a hint of arrogance or ego. Many of today's so called celebrities could learn a thing or two by watching this programme.