A Room With A View

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.

Episodes

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01Miss Honeychurch20080414 (BBC7)
20120813 (BBC7)
20120814 (BBC7)

It's 1905. Cousins Lucy and Charlotte arrive in Florence - but not to rooms with a view.

It's 1905. Cousins Lucy and Charlotte arrive in Florence - but not to rooms with a view. Stars Sheila Hancock and Stephen Moore.

02Good Men And Violets

03A Proposal And A Bathing Party

03A Proposal And A Bathing Party20080416 (BBC7)
20090611 (BBC7)
20090612 (BBC7)
20100304 (BBC7)
20100305 (BBC7)
20120815 (BBC7)
20120816 (BBC7)

Lucy Honeychurch returns to England much changed after her disturbing trip to Italy.

Lucy Honeychurch returns to England much changed after her disturbing trip to Italy. Stars Julia McKenzie and Sheila Hancock.

Lucy returns to England much changed after her disturbing visit to Italy.

EM Forster dramatisation with Julia Mckenzie.

03A Proposal And A Bathing Party20080416 (BBC7)
20090611 (BBC7)
20090612 (BBC7)
20100304 (BBC7)
20100305 (BBC7)
20120815 (BBC7)
20120816 (BBC7)

Lucy returns to England much changed after her disturbing visit to Italy.

EM Forster dramatisation with Julia Mckenzie.

Lucy Honeychurch returns to England much changed after her disturbing trip to Italy.

Lucy Honeychurch returns to England much changed after her disturbing trip to Italy. Stars Julia McKenzie and Sheila Hancock

04The Triumph Of Phaeton
04The Triumph Of Phaeton

04 LASTThe Triumph Of Phaeton20080417 (BBC7)
20120816 (BBC7)
20120817 (BBC7)

Engaged to Cecil, but haunted by her dreams of George - Lucy Honeychurch feels muddled.

Engaged to Cecil, but haunted by her dreams of George - Lucy Honeychurch feels muddled. Stars Sheila Hancock and Julia McKenzie.

01*20080204

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

02*20080205

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

03*20080206

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

04*20080207

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

05*20080208

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

0620080211

Returning from Fiesole, Lucy finds her emotions in turmoil.

Miss Bartlett, as always, is on hand.

0720080212

Lucy has returned to her former life at Windy Corner.

Although Florence is far away, the Surrey Weald is about to play host to romance.

0820080213

Lucy and her fiance Cecil commence the expected rounds of Surrey society, not always harmoniously.

09*20080214

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

10*20080215

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

A description of a view, read aloud under the Surrey skies, sets a chain of events in motion.

11*20080218

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

A description of a view, read aloud under the Surrey skies, sets a chain of events in motion.

Lucy banishes George from Windy Corner and experiences a moment of revelation.

12*20080219

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

A description of a view, read aloud under the Surrey skies, sets a chain of events in motion.

Lucy banishes George from Windy Corner and experiences a moment of revelation.

Lucy's change of heart has repercussions as she makes a bid for freedom.

13*20080220

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

A description of a view, read aloud under the Surrey skies, sets a chain of events in motion.

Lucy banishes George from Windy Corner and experiences a moment of revelation.

Lucy's change of heart has repercussions as she makes a bid for freedom.

Lucy has a life-changing conversation.

14*20080221

A Room with a View

Juliet Stevenson reads from EM Forster's classic romance.Lucy Honeychurch and her cousin Miss Bartlett take their first tentative steps into a foreign land as they settle into the Pension Bertolini in Florence.

Lucy loses both Miss Lavish and her Baedeker, but finds altogether different company in Santa Croce.

After an afternoon of Beethoven, Lucy ventures into Florence alone.

Beneath the loggia, an incident occurs.

Having witnessed a murder, Lucy finds herself the centre of unwelcome attention.

However, her mind is on other things.

Above the village of Fiesole, Lucy finds a hillside of violets.

News of the new tenants at Cissie Villa comes as an unexpected shock.

Unaware of the potential social pitfalls, Freddy Honeychurch calls on his new neighbours.

Miss Bartlett's arrival at Windy Corner resurrects more Italian ghosts for Lucy.

Cecil is struggling with Surrey society.

A description of a view, read aloud under the Surrey skies, sets a chain of events in motion.

Lucy banishes George from Windy Corner and experiences a moment of revelation.

Lucy's change of heart has repercussions as she makes a bid for freedom.

Lucy has a life-changing conversation.

15 LAST*20080222
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950611]

by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.

1: Miss Honeychurch, Giotto and Too Much Beethoven. 1905. Lucy and Charlotte arrive at the Pensione Bertolini in Florence to discoverthey have not been given their promised rooms. With Anna Cropper , David Collings , Jilly Bond , Ian Masters and Michael Tudor Bames. Director Gtyn Dearman. Rptd Fri 2.00pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950611]

Unknown: M Forster

Unknown: David Wade.

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: David Collings

Unknown: Jilly Bond

Unknown: Ian Masters

Unknown: Michael Tudor Bames.

Director: Gtyn Dearman.

Lucy Honeychurch: Cathy Sara

Charlotte Bartlett: Sheila Hancock

Mr Emerson: John Moffatt

George Emerson: Gary Cady

MrBeebe: Stephen Moore

Miss Lavish: Barbara Jefford

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950616]

David Wade 's four-part dramatisation of E M Forster's novel.

1: Miss Honeychurch, Giotto and Too Much Beethoven

Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950616]

Unknown: David Wade

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950618]

by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.

2: Good Men and Violets. Lucy has witnessed a murder.

Director Glyn Dearman. Rptd Fri 2.00pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950618]

Unknown: M Forster

Unknown: David Wade.

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Lucy Honeychurch: Cathy Sara

Charlotte Bartlett: Sheila Hancock

Miss Lavish: Barbara Jefford

Mr Beebe: Stephen Moore

Mr Eager: David Collings

Phaeton: Andrew Branch

Mr Emerson: John Moffatt

George Emerson: Gary Cady

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950623]

by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.

2: Good Men and Violets Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950623]

Unknown: M Forster

Unknown: David Wade.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950625]

by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.

3: A Proposal and a Bathing Party. with Nathaniel Parker , Tessa Worsley , Stephen Moore , Derek Waring , Sheila Hancock , Pauline Letts , John Moffatt , Sara-Jane Derrick and Jonathan Keeble. Director Glyn Dearman Rptd Fri 2.00pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950625]

Unknown: M Forster

Unknown: David Wade.

Unknown: Nathaniel Parker

Unknown: Tessa Worsley

Unknown: Stephen Moore

Unknown: Derek Waring

Unknown: Sheila Hancock

Unknown: Pauline Letts

Unknown: John Moffatt

Unknown: Sara-Jane Derrick

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble.

Director: Glyn Dearman

Director: Rptd Fri

Lucy Honeychurch: Cathy Sara

George Emerson: Gary Cady

Mrs Honeychurch: Julia McKenzie

Freddy Honeychurch: Roger May

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950630]

by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.

3: A Proposal and a Bathing Party Lucy returns to England a different person after her trip to Italy. Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950630]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950702]

by E M Forster. The final episode of David Wade 's dramatisation.

The Triumph of Phaeton. Lucy is engaged to Cecil Vyse yet haunted by visions of George Emerson. with Jonathan Keeble , Anna Cropper and Andrew Branch. Director Glyn Dearman Repeated Friday 2.00pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950702]

Unknown: David Wade

Unknown: Cecil Vyse

Unknown: George Emerson.

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Andrew Branch.

Director: Glyn Dearman

Lucy Honeychurch: Cathy Sara

Mrs Honeychurch: Julia McKenzie

Mr Beebe: Stephen Moore

Charlotte Bartlett: Sheila Hancock

Minnie Beebe: Sara-Jane Derrick

Mr Emerson: John Moffatt

George Emerson: Gary Cady

Freddy Honeychurch: Roger May

Cecil Vyse: Nathaniel Parker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950707]

By E M Forster. The final episode of David Wade 's four-part dramatisation. Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950707]

Unknown: M Forster.

Unknown: David Wade