Poldark (2015– )
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When French ships are seen off the coast, Sir Francis appoints Ross to lead the volunteers ready to repel any invasion, to the annoyance of Warleggan. George is further angered when Sir ... See full summary »

Director:

Joss Agnew

Writers:

Winston Graham (novels), Debbie Horsfield (adapted by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Beatie Edney ... Prudie
Sean Gilder ... Tholly Tregirls
Luke Norris ... Dwight Enys
Aidan Turner ... Ross Poldark
Eleanor Tomlinson ... Demelza Poldark
Josh Whitehouse ... Hugh Armitage
Harry Marcus ... Geoffrey Charles
Heida Reed ... Elizabeth Warleggan
Jack Farthing ... George Warleggan
Harry Richardson ... Drake Carne
Turlough Convery ... Tom Harry
Ellise Chappell ... Morwenna Whitworth
Christian Brassington ... Ossie Whitworth
Esme Coy Esme Coy ... Rowella Chynoweth
Tristan Sturrock ... Zacky Martin
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When French ships are seen off the coast, Sir Francis appoints Ross to lead the volunteers ready to repel any invasion, to the annoyance of Warleggan. George is further angered when Sir Francis criticizes his use of his parliamentary privilege for his own benefit. He vents his rage on Drake, having him brutally assaulted and his forge destroyed. Demelza, disappointed by Ross's apparent failure to avenge her brother, spends more time with Hugh, while Ross quells a rebellion against Warleggan by agreeing to stand for parliament himself. Rowella finds herself pregnant by Whitworth, and blackmails him into paying a young local, Arthur Selway, to marry her, giving Morwenna the strength to rebel against him. Elizabeth also revolts against her cruel husband, who begins to lose his cocky self-assurance, whilst Demelza and Ross go to bed with doubts on either side. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | History | Romance

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TV-14
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Release Date:

6 August 2017 (UK) See more »

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When they view the French ships off the coast the Flags are not flown correctly. The French flag has the Blue to the mast, Hence the saying Blue to the mast, true to the last.. See more »

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