Lark Rise to Candleford (2008–2011)
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Episode #1.5 

A new postal inspector, Mr. Rushton, arrives in Candleford to conduct the annual inspection. It's the man's first visit and his no-nonsense approach does not sit well with Dorcas Lane, who ... See full summary »

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Queenie Warner
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Emma Timmins
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Robert Timmins
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Alf Arless
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Rushton
Fergus Drysdale ...
Frank Timmins
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Lady Adelaide Midwinter
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Laura Timmins
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Ruby Pratt
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Thomas Brown
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Phillip White
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Twister Turrill
Thomas Rhys Jones ...
Edmund Timmins (as Thomas Jones)
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Adult Laura (voice)
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Matthew Welby
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A new postal inspector, Mr. Rushton, arrives in Candleford to conduct the annual inspection. It's the man's first visit and his no-nonsense approach does not sit well with Dorcas Lane, who is convinced he doesn't approve of a woman running a postal station. Rushton insists that Thomas, who has been asked to preach a Sunday sermon, collect the mail that day as required by regulations. Laura makes a great error when she misplaces the Pratt sisters' much-anticipated parcel. Lady Midwinter thinks she might be pregnant. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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10 February 2008 (UK)  »

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Lark Rise To Candleford Theme
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Performed by L'Orchestra Numerique
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