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01Noble Secrets2016021320181229 (BBC7)
20181230 (BBC7)
20160214 (BBC7)

England, 1201: King John reigns and Phillip De Nicholay, Sheriff of Nottingham, is in trouble. The treasury is empty, looted by his former friend; his position and hopes of marrying the Lady Marion are in danger. His only hope is to recover the money. To do that though, he'll need the help of the notorious outlaws of Sherwood Forest. Phillip is about to learn that his actions will be the making of the man they will come to call Robin Hood.

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip De Nicholay, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet and Sean Connolly as Brother Tuck.

Director: Iain Meadows.

Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The Sheriff of Nottingham seeks help from the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The Sheriff of Nottingham seeks help from the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The Sheriff of Nottingham seeks help from the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

England, 1201: King John reigns and Phillip De Nicholay, Sheriff of Nottingham, is in trouble. The treasury is empty, looted by his former friend; his position and hopes of marrying the Lady Marion are in danger. His only hope is to recover the money. To do that though, he'll need the help of the notorious outlaws of Sherwood Forest. Phillip is about to learn that his actions will be the making of the man they will come to call Robin Hood.

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip De Nicholay, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet and Sean Connolly as Brother Tuck.

Director: Iain Meadows.

Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The Sheriff of Nottingham seeks help from the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

England, 1201: King John reigns and Phillip De Nicholay, Sheriff of Nottingham, is in trouble. The treasury is empty, looted by his former friend; his position and hopes of marrying the Lady Marion are in danger. His only hope is to recover the money. To do that though, he'll need the help of the notorious outlaws of Sherwood Forest. Phillip is about to learn that his actions will be the making of the man they will come to call Robin Hood.

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip De Nicholay, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet and Sean Connolly as Brother Tuck.

Director: Iain Meadows.

Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The Sheriff of Nottingham seeks help from the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

02The Scribe Of Sherwood2016022020190105 (BBC7)
20190106 (BBC7)
20160221 (BBC7)

Wandering minstrel, Alan-A-Dale ventures into Sherwood. As a storyteller, he knows one man's laments are another man's inspiration. Caught in a storm, he finds Little John and Will Scarlet in their shelter. Seeking refuge, he joins them and finds John is eager to tell a tale. Just not the one he was bargaining for. The minstrel then finds himself entertaining at the court of Philip De Nicholay, Lord High Sheriff of Nottingham. Here, his songs and stories bring warmth to a cold castle night, but tales of friendship and loves lost give Philip cause to reflect and share a secret with Alan.

Stars Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Billy Miller as Alan-A-Dale/King John and Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marion.

Director: Iain Meadows.

Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

Little John and Sheriff of Nottingham Philip de Nicholay share secrets with Alan-a-Dale.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

Little John and Sheriff of Nottingham Philip de Nicholay share secrets with Alan-a-Dale.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

Little John and Sheriff of Nottingham Philip de Nicholay share secrets with Alan-a-Dale.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

Wandering minstrel, Alan-A-Dale ventures into Sherwood. As a storyteller, he knows one man's laments are another man's inspiration. Caught in a storm, he finds Little John and Will Scarlet in their shelter. Seeking refuge, he joins them and finds John is eager to tell a tale. Just not the one he was bargaining for. The minstrel then finds himself entertaining at the court of Philip De Nicholay, Lord High Sheriff of Nottingham. Here, his songs and stories bring warmth to a cold castle night, but tales of friendship and loves lost give Philip cause to reflect and share a secret with Alan.

Stars Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Billy Miller as Alan-A-Dale/King John and Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marion.

Director: Iain Meadows.

Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

Little John and Sheriff of Nottingham Philip de Nicholay share secrets with Alan-a-Dale.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

03Warriors' Harvest2016022720190112 (BBC7)
20190113 (BBC7)
20160228 (BBC7)

The rains have come and Philip De Nicholay, the Lord High Sherriff of Nottingham, has a famine on his hands.

It's 1201 and with rain destroying the grain stores, everyone is driven to the brink of starvation. The only person who can help the Sheriff is Robin Hood who's hiding in Sherwood Forest with plundered grain.

The Sheriff negotiates the King's pardons if the outlaws help to feed the starving and fight the marauding Celts, who have reached the outskirts of Nottingham. Will they be able to return to normal life?

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip de Nicholay, Anthony Milles as Robert de Loxley, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Sean Connolly as Friar Tuck, Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marian and Billy Miller as William de Warrene.

Director: Iain Meadows.
Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The rains have come and Philip de Nicholay has a famine on his hands.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The rains have come and Philip de Nicholay has a famine on his hands.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The rains have come and Philip de Nicholay has a famine on his hands.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The rains have come and Philip De Nicholay, the Lord High Sherriff of Nottingham, has a famine on his hands.

It's 1201 and with rain destroying the grain stores, everyone is driven to the brink of starvation. The only person who can help the Sheriff is Robin Hood who's hiding in Sherwood Forest with plundered grain.

The Sheriff negotiates the King's pardons if the outlaws help to feed the starving and fight the marauding Celts, who have reached the outskirts of Nottingham. Will they be able to return to normal life?

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip de Nicholay, Anthony Milles as Robert de Loxley, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Sean Connolly as Friar Tuck, Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marian and Billy Miller as William de Warrene.

Director: Iain Meadows.
Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The rains have come and Philip de Nicholay has a famine on his hands.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

04King's Command2016030520190119 (BBC7)
20190120 (BBC7)
20160306 (BBC7)

Summoned by King John, Philip De Nicholay, the Sheriff of Nottingham, finds himself with the power to grant the man known as Robin Hood a pardon. But there is a price to pay. But for Philip, there lies betrayal that will set former friends on a new path.

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip De Nicholay, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Sean Connolly as Brother Tuck, Anthony Milles as Robert De Loxley, Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marion and Billy Miller as King John..

Director: Iain Meadows.
Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The Sheriff of Nottingham forges an alliance with a former friend.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The Sheriff of Nottingham forges an alliance with a former friend.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

The Sheriff of Nottingham forges an alliance with a former friend.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood

Summoned by King John, Philip De Nicholay, the Sheriff of Nottingham, finds himself with the power to grant the man known as Robin Hood a pardon. But there is a price to pay. But for Philip, there lies betrayal that will set former friends on a new path.

Stars Lee Ingleby as Philip De Nicholay, Peter Greenall as Little John, Damian Cooper as Will Scarlet, Sean Connolly as Brother Tuck, Anthony Milles as Robert De Loxley, Sarah McKendrick as Lady Marion and Billy Miller as King John..

Director: Iain Meadows.
Produced by Iain Meadows and Matt Hopper for Spiteful Puppet Entertainment.

The Sheriff of Nottingham forges an alliance with a former friend.

Lee Ingleby stars in a different take on the story of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood