it’s raining men

Just a little clip for those of you who enjoy a BBC period drama as much as I do….


26 thoughts on “it’s raining men

  1. Glad that you all enjoyed it! These are the shows that the clips come from:
    Amazing Grace (2007) – Ioan Gruffudd
    Casanova (2005) – the David Tennant version with Rupert Penry-Jones
    Emma (1996) – Jeremy Northam as Mr Knightley
    Northanger Abbey (2007) – with JJ Field
    North and South (2004) – Richard Armitage
    Persuasion (2007) – Sally Hawkins and Rupert Penry-Jones
    Pride and Prejudice (1995) – Colin Firth
    Pride and Prejudice (2005) – Matthew McFadyen as Darcy
    Sense and Sensibility (1996) – Alan Rickman’s Colonel Brandon
    Sense and Sensibility (2008) – David Morrissey as Mr Brandon
    Shadow in the North (2007) – JJ Field
    Wives and Daughters (1999) – Justine Waddell and Anthony Howell

  2. Thanks Lara, I spend much time in my sewing room with these men, how many times can one watch Pride and Prejudice? Sense and sensibilty? and the rest, how many times, many!
    Love period drama.
    Great to watch.

  3. I’ve watched it twice now, but they seemed to have forgotton to add my fav scene of Mr Darcy (the Colin Firth variety) emerging from the pond he dives into. A wet white shirt clinging to a nice body… oh well – loved the rest though. Thanks Lara.

  4. What a treat. I adore period drama, I wore out the VHS version I had of Pride and Prejudice. Don’t worry I have it on DVD now. 😎 The only one I think they was missed was Persuasion with Ciaran Hines and Amanda Root.

  5. Nearly as much as a period drama I love a bit of crime and espionage and am devouring new and old episodes of Spooks. It’s taken this clip for me to realise Adam Carter in Spooks is also Captain Wentworth in Persuasion! (Rupert Penry-Jones). There was another Spooks actor in that mix too….
    going to post this on fb as I have many friends who will enjoy this too!

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