Jamestown (2017– )
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Episode #2.5 

There is a revelation when Farlow returns from England with an alchemist in tow. Meanwhile, Maria turns to the Rutters for help when she is framed for a crime.

Director:

Andy Hay

Writer:

Bill Gallagher (written & created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Naomi Battrick ... Jocelyn
Max Beesley ... Henry Sharrow
Rachel Colwell ... Winganuske
Claire Cox ... Temperance Yeardley
Patsy Ferran Patsy Ferran ... Mercy
Jason Flemyng ... Sir George Yeardley
Burn Gorman ... Nicholas Farlow
Dean Lennox Kelly ... Meredith Rutter
Stuart Martin ... Silas Sharrow
Abiola Ogunbiyi ... Maria
Tony Pitts ... Edgar Massinger
Kalani Queypo ... Chacrow
Luke Roskell ... Pepper Sharrow
Sophie Rundle ... Alice Sharrow
Abubakar Salim ... Pedro
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Storyline

Secretary Farlow returns to the colony with an alchemist, who tries to convince the governor that lead can be transformed into gold thanks to some ingredients provided by the doctor and the Sharrows. The latter drive a hard bargain when providing the goods. The sheriff warns the people against the sin of buggery. Mrs Castrel makes an important confession to the doctor while dashing the hopes of the blacksmith still infatuated with her. Someone tries to frame Maria for theft. A letter from England brings bad news for the Sharrows.

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Drama | History

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2018 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hungary

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Different But Yet Memorable
8 April 2019 | by walzer-94804See all my reviews

I agree with the previous reviewer that this episode took the overall storyline off-track, but it was memorable, especially the performances of the actors playing Peck and Farlow. Their story has stuck with me long after viewing the story. So while it wasn't the typical topic for the show, it was worth watching for the performances alone.


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