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Mrs Brown


Dramatisation of one of history's most unusual love stories. Queen Victoria is grieving over her husband's death and finds herself unable to carry out public duties. John Brown is summoned from Balmoral to walk the Queen's pony in the hope that she will start to become herself again. The confident Highlander displays a distinct lack of respect for court protocol and quickly becomes the Queen's most trusted companion.

Broadcasts

  • - on
  • 2007-08-18 19:35:00 - 2007-08-18 21:15:00 on BBC Two England, BBC Two Scotland, BBC Two Wales, BBC Two Wales Analogue, BBC Two Northern Ireland, BBC Two Northern Ireland Analogue,
  • 2010-03-27 20:30:00 - 2010-03-27 22:10:00 on BBC Two Scotland, BBC Two Northern Ireland, BBC Two England,
  • 2010-03-27 21:00:00 - 2010-03-27 22:40:00 on BBC Two Wales,

Credits

  • Producer Sarah Curtis
  • Queen Victoria Judi Dench
  • John Brown Billy Connolly
  • Henry Ponsonby Geoffrey Palmer
  • Benjamin Disraeli Antony Sher
  • Archie Brown Gerard Butler
  • Dr Jenner Richard Pasco
  • Bertie, Prince of Wales David Westhead
  • Lady Ely Bridget McConnell
  • Lady Churchill Georgie Glen
  • Lady in Waiting Catherine O'Donnell
  • Princess Alexandra Sara Stewart
  • Princess Helena Finty Williams
  • Princess Louise Claire Nicolson
  • Princess Alice Hattie Ladbury
  • Prince Alfred Oliver Kent
  • Prince Arthur Alex Menzies
  • Prince Leopold Simon McKerrell
  • Bertie's Valet Rupert Farley
  • Mrs Grant Elaine Collins
  • Mr Grant Jimmy Chisholm
  • Lord Stanley Jason Morell
  • Assistant Dresser Rebecca Charles
  • Mary Ann Disraeli Cherith Mellor
  • Speaker of the House George Hall
  • Commons Counter Robin Marchal
  • Dean of Windsor Oliver Ford-Davies
  • Journalist Patrick Hannaway
  • Journalist John Ramsay
  • Society Lady Delia Lindsay
  • Sir Charles Dilke James Vaughan
  • Barney Brendan O'Hea
  • Footman Theo Fraser Steele
  • Director John Madden
  • Writer Jeremy Brock