Flambards: Season 1, Episode 1

Christina/The Blooding (2 Feb. 1979)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christine McKenna ...
Christina Parsons
Alan Parnaby ...
Edward Judd ...
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Sebastian Abineri ...
Gillian Davey ...
Violet Wright
Rosalie Williams ...
Mary
Frank Mills ...
David Huscroft ...
Joe
Olive Pendleton ...
Aunt Grace
Berenice Barron ...
Aunt Mildred
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Cousin Jessica
Michael Macowan ...
Dr. Porter
Douglas Emery ...
Hedger
Anton Diffring ...
Mr. Dermot
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2 February 1979 (UK)  »

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When the series was first shown, this episode was shown as a 90-minute combined episode. On later TV repeats and DVD, it was shown as two separate 60-minute episodes with additional scenes. See more »

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[Christina has arrived at Flambards to live there; she is not being made to feel welcome.]
Mark Russell: Good evening.
Christina Parsons: Good evening.
Mark Russell: Forgive the rudeness, but am I supposed to know who you are?
Christina Parsons: I'm Christina.
Mark Russell: Oh yes, good God, you're coming to live here or something, aren't you?
Christina Parsons: Those were my instructions, yes.
[Mark takes a swig from a hip flask]
Christina Parsons: You must be Mark.
Mark Russell: Correct. Little brother William's upstairs - being put together again.
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In the Bleak Midwinter
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Music by Gustav Holst
Words (poem) by Christina Georgina Rossetti
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