Elephants To Catch Eels

Comedy series by Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain, set in 18th-century Cornwall.

Tamsyn Trelawny....Sheridan Smith Jago Trelawny....John Bowe Major Thomas Falconer....Cameron Stewart Captain Marriot....Andrew Mcgibbon Squire Bascombe....Martin Hyder Dewey....Mark Felgate Buller....Mark Perry Alice....India Fisher Produced by Jan Ravens

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A comedy set in an 18th century Cornish village - by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens. Starring Lucy Speed. Episode 1 of 6.

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A comedy set in an 18th century Cornish village - by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens. Starring Lucy Speed. Episode 1 of 6.

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Cornish smugglers pit their wits against customs officers in this 18th-century comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens. Episode 2 of 6.

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Cornish smugglers pit their wits against customs officers in this 18th-century comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens. Episode 2 of 6.

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From the writers of Dead Ringers comes a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s. Produced by impressionist Jan Ravens. Episode 1 of 6.

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From the writers of Dead Ringers comes a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s. Produced by impressionist Jan Ravens. Episode 1 of 6.

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From the writers of Dead Ringers, a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s. Produced by Jan Ravens. Episode 1 of 6.

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It's time for the annual convention for smuggling fans. Will star smuggler Tamsyn be persuaded to take part? Episode 2 of 6.

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Romance is in the air for Tamsin Trelawney in this 18th-century smuggling comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens. Episode 4 of 6.

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Romance is in the air for Tamsin Trelawney in this 18th-century smuggling comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens. Episode 4 of 6.

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Smuggling comedy set in 18th-century Cornwall. Tamsyn is joining the 'Preventives', and her dad Jago is to marry Kate. Episode 6 of 6.

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Smuggling comedy set in 18th-century Cornwall. Tamsyn is joining the 'Preventives', and her dad Jago is to marry Kate. Episode 6 of 6.

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Smuggling comedy set in 18th-century Cornwall. Tamsyn is joining the 'Preventives', and her dad, Jago, is to marry Kate. Episode 6 of 6.

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Tamsin Trelawney outwits customs men using a hairy folk band in this 18th-century smuggling comedy, produced by Jan Ravens. Episode 3 of 6.

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Tamsin Trelawney outwits customs men using a hairy folk band in this 18th-century smuggling comedy, produced by Jan Ravens. Episode 3 of 6.

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Tamsyn and Jago's smuggling exploits are to be chronicled at close quarters by a group of fly-on-the-wall balladeers. Episode 3 of 6.

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Tamsyn Trelawny outwits customs men using a hairy folk band in this 18th-century smuggling comedy, produced by Jan Ravens. Episode 3 of 6.

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Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th-century Cornish smugglers try to outwit local customs officers. Stars Lucy Speed and John Bowe. Episode 2 of 6.

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Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th-century Cornish smugglers try to outwit local customs officers. Stars Lucy Speed and John Bowe. Episode 2 of 6.

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Tamsyn, fed up of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit, decides to quit. Then a new smuggler arrives in town. Episode 5 of 6.

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Tamsyn, fed up of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit, decides to quit. Then a new smuggler arrives in town. Episode 5 of 6.

20070705 BT=0330 (BBC7)

Tamsyn, fed up of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit, decides to quit. Then a new smuggler arrives in town. Episode 5 of 6.

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The new editor of 'The Times of London' undertakes to boost circulation by turning the respected newspaper into a gossipy rag. Episode 4 of 6.

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The new editor of 'The Times of London' undertakes to boost circulation by turning the respected newspaper into a gossipy rag. Episode 4 of 6.

Series 1, Episode 220081122 BT=0430 (BBC7)

Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th-century Cornish smugglers try to outwit customs officers.

Series 1, Episode 320081128 BT=2330 (BBC7)
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Tamsyn Trelawny outwits customs men using a hairy folk band.

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18th-century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers, produced by Jan Ravens

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

If smugglers were the rock stars of the day, Tamsyn Trelawny was Drumlin Bay's very own Ms Dynamite-ee-ee.

But how will she cope when a keen young soldier from London is appointed the new local customs collector.?

18th century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers - Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

Starring Lucy Speed as Tamsyn Trelawny, John Bowe as Jago Trelawny, Cameron Stewart as Major Thomas Falconer, Andrew McGibbon as Captain Marriot, Martin Hyder as Squire Bascombe, Julia Deakin as Lady Mary, Mark Felgate as Dewey and Phil Nice as Various Characters.

Producer: Jan Ravens.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2003.

Comedy series by Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain, set in 18th-century Cornwall.

Tamsyn Trelawny....Sheridan Smith Jago Trelawny....John Bowe Major Thomas Falconer....Cameron Stewart Captain Marriot....Andrew Mcgibbon Squire Bascombe....Martin Hyder Dewey....Mark Felgate Buller....Mark Perry Alice....India Fisher Produced by Jan Ravens18th century Cornish village sitcom by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens

18th century Cornish village sitcom by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens. Stars Lucy Speed. From February 2003.

18th century Cornish village sitcom by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens.

Stars Lucy Speed.

From February 2003.

A comedy set in an 18th century Cornish village - by Dead Ringers' writers and produced by Jan Ravens.

Starring Lucy Speed.

From the writers of Dead Ringers comes a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s.

Produced by impressionist Jan Ravens.

Tamsyn Trelawny's existence as a smuggler is threatened by the arrival of a new customs inspector.

From the writers of Dead Ringers, a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s.

Produced by Jan Ravens.

Tamsyn Trelawny....Sheridan Smith Jago Trelawny....John Bowe Major Thomas Falconer....Cameron Stewart Captain Marriot....Andrew Mcgibbon Squire Bascombe....Martin Hyder Dewey....Mark Felgate Buller....Mark Perry Alice....India Fisher Produced by Jan Ravens18th-century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers, produced by Jan Ravens

18th-century Cornish village sitcom from the writers of Dead Ringers, produced by Jan Ravens. Stars Lucy Speed. From February 2003.

From the writers of Dead Ringers, a comedy set in a Cornish village in the 1790s. Produced by Jan Ravens. Episode 1 of 6.

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Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th century Cornish smugglers try to outwit customs officers.

Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th century Cornish smugglers try to outwit customs officers. Stars Lucy Speed. From February 2003.

Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th-century Cornish smugglers try to outwit local customs officers.

Will Tamsyn be persuaded to appear on the expert panel at the convention for smuggling enthusiasts?

It's time for the annual convention for smuggling fans.

Will star smuggler Tamsyn be persuaded to take part?

It's time for the annual convention for smuggling fans. Will star smuggler Tamsyn be persuaded to take part? Episode 2 of 6.

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

Sly barmaid Tamsyn Trelawny and her band of smugglers battle to try and outwit local customs officer, Captain Marriott.

18th century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers - Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

Starring Lucy Speed as Tamsyn Trelawny, John Bowe as Jago Trelawny, Cameron Stewart as Major Thomas Falconer, Andrew McGibbon as Captain Marriot, Martin Hyder as Squire Bascombe, Julia Deakin as Edna, Mark Felgate as Dewey and Phil Nice as Roy.

Producer: Jan Ravens.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2003.

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A hairy folk band helps Tamsyn Trelawny and the Cornish smugglers to escape the law.

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

Tamsyn and Jago's smuggling exploits are to be chronicled at close quarters by a group of fly-on-the-wall balladeers.

They get some exciting material as Jago's up before an unusually hard-line judge - and it seems there's no escape from the noose...

18th century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers - Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

Starring Lucy Speed as Tamsyn Trelawny, John Bowe as Jago Trelawny, Cameron Stewart as Major Thomas Falconer, Andrew McGibbon as Captain Marriot, Martin Hyder as Squire Bascombe, Mark Felgate as Dewey, Mark Perry as Judge Pettiforth and Michael Fenton Stevens as Anthony the Balladeer.

Producer: Jan Ravens.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2003.

A hairy folk band helps Tamsyn Trelawny and the Cornish smugglers to escape the law. Stars Lucy Speed. From February 2003.

Tamsyn Trelawny outwits customs men using a hairy folk band.

Tamsin Trelawney outwits customs men using a hairy folk band

Tamsyn and Jago's smuggling exploits are to be chronicled by a group of fly-on-the-wall balladeers.

Tamsyn and Jago's smuggling exploits are to be chronicled at close quarters by a group of fly-on-the-wall balladeers.

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Tamsyn Trelawny outwits customs men using a hairy folk band in this 18th-century smuggling comedy, produced by Jan Ravens.

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18th-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to keep her love life out of the scandal rags.

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

Why would a top London journalist be so interested that love is all around in Drumlin Bay? What's Tamsyn been up to?

It seems the new editor of 'The Times of London' is boosting circulation by becoming a scurrilous gossipy rag. Of course, that would never happen now...

18th century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers - Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

Starring Lucy Speed as Tamsyn Trelawny, John Bowe as Jago Trelawny, Cameron Stewart as Major Thomas Falconer, Andrew McGibbon as Captain Marriot, Martin Hyder as Squire Bascombe, Mark Felgate as Dewey, Mark Perry as the Editor and Michael Fenton Stevens as Lampwick.

Producer: Jan Ravens.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 2003.

18th-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to keep her love life out of the scandal rags. Stars Lucy Speed. From March 2003.

Romance is in the air for Tamsyn Trelawny in this 18th-century smuggling comedy.

Stars Lucy Speed.

From March 2003.

Romance is in the air for Tamsyn Trelawny in this 18th-century smuggling comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens.

Romance is in the air for Tamsin Trelawney in this 18th-century smuggling comedy produced by Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens.

A top London journalist is taking an unusual interest in Drumlin Bay.

The new editor of 'The Times of London' undertakes to boost circulation by turning the respected newspaper into a gossipy rag.

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When a new rival appears in town, 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to quit.

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

Tamsyn's had enough of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit so is determined to quit.

But when she discovers there's a new charismatic smuggler in town, emergency measures are called for!

18th century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers - Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

Starring Lucy Speed as Tamsyn Trelawny, John Bowe as Jago Trelawny, Cameron Stewart as Major Thomas Falconer, Andrew McGibbon as Captain Marriot, Martin Hyder as Squire Bascombe, Mark Felgate as Dewey, Imelda Staunton as Courageous Kate and Mark Perry as Hobbs.

Producer: Jan Ravens.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 2003.

As Tamsyn tries giving up smuggling, a new rival appears in town. With Lucy Speed.

When a new rival appears in town, 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to quit. Stars Lucy Speed. From March 2003.

Stars Lucy Speed.

From March 2003.

As Tamsyn tries giving up smuggling, a new rival appears in town.

With Lucy Speed.

18th century comedy with Lucy Speed and Imelda Staunton.

Tamsyn, fed up of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit, decides to quit.

Then a new smuggler arrives in town.

Tamsyn has had enough of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit.

Tamsyn, fed up of doing all the smuggling and getting none of the credit, decides to quit. Then a new smuggler arrives in town. Episode 5 of 6.

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Smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny joins customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad.

A comedy set in an 18th-century Cornish village, starring Lucy Speed.

Smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny joins the customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad. Stars Lucy Speed. From March 2003.

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Tamsyn Trelawny joins the customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad.

Smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny joins customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad.

Smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny joins the customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad. Stars Lucy Speed. From March 2003.

Smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny joins customs men to stop Courageous Kate from marrying her dad. Stars Lucy Speed. From March 2003.

Stars Lucy Speed.

From March 2003.

Smuggling comedy starring Lucy Speed.

Tamsyn has joined the preventives in order to get rid of Kate, who is top of the smuggling charts and engaged to her dad.

Tamsyn is joining the 'Preventives', and her dad, Jago, is to marry Kate.

Smuggling comedy set in 18th-century Cornwall. Tamsyn is joining the 'Preventives', and her dad, Jago, is to marry Kate. Episode 6 of 6.

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18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win 'Peasants Personality of the Year'.

18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win 'Peasants Personality of the Year.' Stars Sheridan Smith. From April 2004.

Eighteenth-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win Peasants Personality of the Year.

18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win 'Peasants Personality of the Year.' Stars Sheridan Smith.

From April 2004.

Stars Sheridan Smith.

The second series of the popular historical sitcom starring Sheridan Smith and John Bowe.

It's 1793, and in the small Cornish village of Drumlin Bay, heroic smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny is still running rings around the customs men, assisted (in the 'not assisted at all' sense of the word) by her drunken father Jago.

Tamsyn is not pleased, as yet again she's failed to win the coveted 'Smuggling Personality of the Year' award at the annual Jethro' awards (sponsored by Bloke-2-Bloke, THE mobile semaphore network that gets you in touch).

Can Jago rig the shout-in vote and influence it so that Tamsyn wins the 'Peasants' Choice' award instead?

  • 'lizabeth....Alison Steadman
  • captain marriot....Andrew Mcgibbon
  • dewey....mark felgate
  • hobbs....Mark Perry
  • horatia....Alison Steadman
  • jago trelawny....john bowe
  • major thomas falconer....cameron stewart
  • mum....india fisher
  • produced by Jan Ravens
  • producer....Mark Perry
  • roderick....Mark Perry
  • smeldof....Mark Perry
  • squire bascombe....Martin Hyder
  • tamsyn trelawny....Sheridan Smith

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    18th century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws 'Boyz 2 Rob'.

    18th century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws 'Boyz 2 Rob'. Stars Sheridan Smith. From April 2004.

    18th century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws.

    Eighteenth-century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws 'Boyz 2 Rob.' Stars Sheridan Smith. From April 2004.

    18th century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws 'Boyz 2 Rob.' Stars Sheridan Smith.

    From April 2004.

    Stars Sheridan Smith.

    Major Falconer attempts to become more of a cad to win Tamsyn, but she is more concerned that her disloyal fans are being poached by 'Boyz 2 Rob' , the hunky band of highwaymen that are taking Drumlin Bay by storm.

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    Can 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn escape the clutches of French revolutionaries?

    Can 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn escape the clutches of French revolutionaries? Stars Sheridan Smith. From May 2004.

    Can 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn escape the clutches of French revolutionaries? Stars Sheridan Smith.

    From May 2004.

    Tamsyn has been captured by the revolutionaries, and faces an excruciating torture involving a shuttlecock, some badminton rackets, and two fat naked Germans.

    3/6. France

    Another episode of the popular historical comedy starring Sheridan Smith and John Bowe.

    Tamsyn Trelawny....Sheridan Smith

    Jago Trelawny....John Bowe

    Major Thomas Falconer....Cameron Stewart

    Captain Marriot....Andrew McGibbon

    Squire Bascombe....Martin Hyder

    Dewey....Mark Felgate

    Hobbs....Mark Perry

    Written by Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.

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    It's Jesters Relief Week - but must Cornish smuggler Tamsyn raise funds for Devonians?

    It's Jesters Relief Week - but must Cornish smuggler Tamsyn raise funds for Devonians? Stars Sheridan Smith. From May 2004.

    It's Jesters Relief Week - but must Cornish smuggler Tamsyn raise funds for Devonians? Stars Sheridan Smith.

    From May 2004.

    It's Jester's Relief week in Drumlin Bay, and Tamsyn is a bit tired of raising money for the people of Devon, just because their clotted cream is slightly less clotted than the Cornish equivalent.

    4/6. Charity

    By Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain

    Another episode of the popular historical comedy.

    Tamsyn Trelawny....Sheridan Smith

    Jago Trelawny....John Bowe

    Major Thomas Falconer....Cameron Stewart

    Captain Marriot....Andrew McGibbon

    Squire Bascombe....Martin Hyder

    Dewey....Mark Felgate

    Smeldof....Mark Perry

    Other parts played by members of the cast

    Produced by Jan Ravens

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    Smuggler Jago is kidnapped, but can he survive in polite city society?

    Smuggler Jago is kidnapped, but can he survive in polite city society? Stars Sheridan Smith and Alison Steadman. From May 2004.

    Smuggler Jago is kidnapped, but can he survive in polite city society? Stars Sheridan Smith and Alison Steadman.

    From May 2004.

    Jago has been kidnapped and taken to London, but Dewey is far more interested in seeing 'Bedlam' ('Looneys, Looneys and More Looneys' - the Times) which is now in its sixth record-breaking year.

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    A surprise for 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn, and confusion aboard a boat to France.

    A surprise for 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn, and confusion aboard a boat to France. Stars Sheridan Smith. From April 2004.

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    A surprise for 18th century smuggler Tamsyn, and confusion aboard a boat to France.

    Stars Sheridan Smith.

    From April 2004.

    Tamsyn's mother 'Lizabeth suddenly turns up at the tavern - after it was thought she had drowned fifteen years ago - and greets Tamsyn with the immortal phrase...

    'Ello Princess...'

    A surprise for 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn, and confusion aboard a boat to France. Stars Sheridan Smith. From April 2004.