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A Dinner of Herbs: Season 1 (2000)





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Based on author Dame Catherine Cookson's best-selling thriller, this six-part drama takes place over 40 years of the later half of the 19th century. When Roddy Greenbank's (Jonathan Kerrigan) father is unexpectedly killed, Kate Makerpeace (Billie Whitelaw), a friend of the deceased, agrees to take in several of the surviving children. Though the relationships between the children are strong, the bonds are put to the test as they become aware of several painful secrets from the past. Seemingly destined for tragedy, the fates of the artistic Roddy and his revenge-obsessed brother Hal (Tom Goodman-Hill) converge in a consequence that could easily spill over into the next generation.


Tom Goodman-Hill
as Hal Roystan
Jonathan Kerrigan
as Roddy Greenbank
Melanie Clark Pullen
as Mary Ellen Lee
Bill Fellows
as Peter Greenbank
Joseph May
as Ben Hamilton
Su Elliot
as Bella
Daniel Appleby
as Young Roddy
Jonathan Spencer
as Gabriel Roystan
Ivan Kaye
as Dan Bannaman
Billie Whitelaw
as Kate Makepeace
Laura Chalder
as Young Mary Ellen
Hilary Gish
as Rosalie Bannaman
Janine Cannell
as Martha Bannaman
Tim Healy
as Mr. Mulcaster
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