Doctor Who prefer Peter Davison goes back in time to the 1950s for her last role.
According to Radio schedules, the 70-year-old actor joined the cast of The Alouettes, ITV’s new adaptation of HE Bates‘classic novel May’s cherished buds.
Davison will play the local vicar in the series, which is ITV’s second adaptation of Bates’ novel after the hugely popular 1991 series. May’s cherished buds, which helped launch the career of Catherine zeta jones.
Another Doctor Who prefer, Bradley Walsh, enter Monsieur David Jasonshoes as Patriarch Pop Larkin, while Joanna scanlan (No violation, The thickness of it), plays Ma Larkin, the role made famous by Pam ferris.
Sabrina bartlett (Game of thrones, Bridgerton) takes on the role of Zeta-Jones, that of Larkin’s eldest daughter, Mariette. Meanwhile, Bradley Walsh’s son Barney will appear as a local policeman.
Located in rural Kent in the 1950s, May’s cherished buds follows Ma and Pop Larkin’s attempts to support their families through various business ventures that are not always entirely legitimate. The original 1991 adaptation was characterized by its warm, humorous tone – something Bradley Walsh can certainly add to The Alouettes.
You can whet your appetite by checking out our recent British icon article on Sir David Jason.
Are you looking forward to The Alouettes?