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Any other Winston Graham fans out there? Am reading the Poldark Novels and loving them!

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LumpyJumper Sun 14-Jun-09 19:01:32


EllaSage37 Thu 23-Jul-15 15:44:09

Hi There,

We thought you would be interested to know that Poldark is one of our features at this years Radio Times Festival!

Come to The Making of Poldark where you will get the inside story of the BBC series from executive producers Karen Thrussell, Damien Timmer and Debbie Horsfield, the writer responsible for turning Winston Graham’s novels into sparkling scripts. Leading members of the cast will also attend (to be announced). Joining them will be Andrew Graham, who will be on hand to talk about his father’s writing, including the book Poldark’s Cornwall, which is about the other star of the show — the beautiful county of Cornwall itself.

Further details of the event and show listings can be found on our website!

beguilingeyes Tue 15-Dec-15 16:34:51

They are brilliant books. I've been reading them since the original series was used in the 1970s and they've stayed with me. Some beautiful writing. I think Winston Graham is hugely under-rated.

anneyaramis Tue 15-Dec-15 22:29:31

Read book 1 whilst the series was on and just finished Demelza. I like them, but I am not in a rush to get through them. I do like a good saga so they fill a gap in my reading. Book 3 promises some fireworks as I had a synopsis and the first chapter in my copy if Demelza.

madrose Tue 15-Dec-15 22:31:19

reread them during the summer. loved them all

LittleCandle Tue 15-Dec-15 22:32:27

I've read the Poldark books many times and love them. My DM had the books too, which is how I first came across them and they had the pictures of the original cast on them. I read them all every few years and would not part with them for any money.

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