Lark Rise To Candleford - Series 3 (Blu-Ray)

Release Date: 26 April 2010
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The BBC's heart-warming adaptation of Flora Thompson's magical memoir of her Oxfordshire childhood returns for a third series. Set at the end of the 19th century, Lark Rise To Candleford stars Julia Sawalha, Olivia Hallinan, Brendan Coyle, Mark Heap and Ruby Bentall.

As the residents of Lark Rise and Candleford return in this feel-good drama, could the fortunes of the Timmins family be about to change? Daniel Parish, a journalist, arrives to deliver the news that Emma has been left some money. There's a substantial sum to be claimed if Emma can prove her right to the money and there's a rags to riches story in it for Daniel's newspaper. As Robert and Emma contemplate their change in fortunes, Laura, who is fascinated to meet a real writer, shows Daniel around Lark Rise.

Elsewhere, the Pratt sisters are keeping secrets from one another; a visit from the Bishop coincides with Queenie's pagan ritual; the haunting words of Alf¿s song profoundly affect his guests; an epidemic - threatened harvest leaves Lark Rise desperate for help from the folk of Candleford and Minnie - in her attempt to live by Dorcas's advice of always telling the truth - ends up offending almost everyone who comes to the post office.
Release Date: 26 April 2010
Catalogue No: BBCBD0096