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Monarch Country
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland
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Michael Chaplin (writer/producer)
Michael Chaplin (born in 1951 in County Durham) is an English theatre, radio, television and non-fiction writer and former television producer and executive. After graduating from Cambridge University in 1973 with a degree in history he trained as a reporter on The Journal newspaper in Newcastle upon Tyne and then became the paper's Health Correspondent. In 1977 he moved to London, becoming successively a researcher, producer, director and executive producer in London Weekend Television's current affairs and documentaries department. Among his many credits there was editor of the cult arts/lifestyle show South of Watford which helped to establish the TV careers of its successive presenters, Ben Elton
Ben Elton
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Monarch Of The Glen Cast
The Monarch of the Glen cast is a list of actors who portrayed characters in the BBC Scotland comedy drama, Monarch of the Glen. The show began in 2000 with Alastair Mackenzie as the lead character portraying Archie MacDonald, a young restaurateur who returns to his Highland home of Glenbogle to discover that he is the new Laird. Along with Mackenzie, television veterans, Richard Briers and Susan Hampshire received star billing as Archie's eccentric parents, Hector and Molly. Lorraine Pilkington portrayed Archie's love interest, Katrina, who was the only other actor to receive star billing in season one. In season two, Dawn Steele, Alexander Morton and Hamish Clark were bumped up to star status having been supporting regulars in the first season. Briers and Pilkington left the show in season three, prompting Julian Fellowes to receive star billing having appeared as recurring guest in seasons one to four
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Badenoch And Strathspey
Coordinates: 57°20′53″N 3°42′07″W / 57.348°N 3.702°W / 57.348; -3.702This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Badenoch
Badenoch
and Strathspey as a local government district 1975 to 1996 Badenoch
Badenoch
and Strathspey is a local government ward of the Highland council area and a ward management area of the Highland Council
Highland Council
in Scotland. It was previously one of eight districts of the two-tier Highland region, 1975 to 1996, and one of eight management areas of the Highland Council, 1996 to 2007. The district was created under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 as one of the eight districts of the Highland region
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Ardverikie House
Ardverikie House
Ardverikie House
is a 19th-century Scottish baronial house in Kinloch Laggan, Newtonmore, Inverness-shire, Scottish Highlands. The house was made famous as the fictional Glenbogle
Glenbogle
estate in the BBC series Monarch of the Glen.[1]Contents1 History 2 Film and television location 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The lands historically belonged to Clan Macpherson. The 20th chief, Ewen Macpherson, leased Benalder and Ardverikie in 1844 to the Marquess of Abercorn, "one of the trend setters in the emerging interest in deer stalking in Scotland." The Marquess expanded the original shooting lodge
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Archie MacDonald (Monarch Of The Glen)
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland and broadcast on BBC One for seven series between February 2000 and October 2005 with 64 episodes in total. The first five series of Monarch of the Glen told the story of young restaurateur, Archie MacDonald, trying to restore his childhood home in the Scottish Highlands, starring Alastair Mackenzie, Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, and Dawn Steele, whilst the final two series of the show focused on new Laird Paul Bowman trying to modernise the estate, primarily starring Lloyd Owen, Tom Baker, Alexander Morton, and Susan Hampshire. The series is loosely based on Sir Compton Mackenzie's Highland Novels, which are set in the same location but in the 1930s and 1940s. The first book in that series is called The Monarch of the Glen, which was a reference to the famous painting of the same name by Landseer. The series was created by Michael Chaplin and produced by Nick Pitt, Paddy Higson, Jerem
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Molly MacDonald
Molly MacDonald, Lady of Glenbogle, is a fictional character in the Scottish BBC
BBC
drama TV series Monarch of the Glen. Molly is played by English actress Susan Hampshire. She is not to be confused with the character of the same name from the 1996 children's television series Arthur.Contents1 Character biography 2 Series storylines 3 Series 6 absence 4 Family details 5 Series career 6 ReferencesCharacter biography[edit] An ex-model, Molly is the wife of the cantankerous Laird of Glenbogle, Hector MacDonald, and the mother of Archie MacDonald, Lizzie MacDonald and Jamie MacDonald
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Glenbogle
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland and broadcast on BBC One for seven series between February 2000 and October 2005 with 64 episodes in total. The first five series of Monarch of the Glen told the story of young restaurateur, Archie MacDonald, trying to restore his childhood home in the Scottish Highlands, starring Alastair Mackenzie, Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, and Dawn Steele, whilst the final two series of the show focused on new Laird Paul Bowman trying to modernise the estate, primarily starring Lloyd Owen, Tom Baker, Alexander Morton, and Susan Hampshire. The series is loosely based on Sir Compton Mackenzie's Highland Novels, which are set in the same location but in the 1930s and 1940s. The first book in that series is called The Monarch of the Glen, which was a reference to the famous painting of the same name by Landseer. The series was created by Michael Chaplin and produced by Nick Pitt, Paddy Higson, Jerem
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Lexie MacDonald
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland
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Golly Mackenzie
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland and broadcast on BBC One for seven series between February 2000 and October 2005 with 64 episodes in total. The first five series of Monarch of the Glen told the story of young restaurateur, Archie MacDonald, trying to restore his childhood home in the Scottish Highlands, starring Alastair Mackenzie, Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire, and Dawn Steele, whilst the final two series of the show focused on new Laird Paul Bowman trying to modernise the estate, primarily starring Lloyd Owen, Tom Baker, Alexander Morton, and Susan Hampshire. The series is loosely based on Sir Compton Mackenzie's Highland Novels, which are set in the same location but in the 1930s and 1940s. The first book in that series is called The Monarch of the Glen, which was a reference to the famous painting of the same name by Landseer. The series was created by Michael Chaplin and produced by Nick Pitt, Paddy Higson, Jerem
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Paul Bowman-MacDonald
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland
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Absent Without Leave
In military terminology, desertion is the abandonment of a duty or post without permission (a pass, liberty or leave) and is done with the intention of not returning
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Meg Paterson
Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland
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Alexandra Gilbreath
Alexandra Gilbreath (born 28 March 1969) is an English actress, born in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire
and trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.[1] Widely known for her work both on stage and onscreen (in film and on television), Gilbreath is an Associate Artist with the Royal Shakespeare Company, gaining notoriety with her work on Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew (for which she received a Helen Hayed Award nomination for Best Actress), The Tamer Tamed, and The Winter's Tale and Merry Wives: the Musical
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Edwin Henry Landseer
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer RA (7 March 1802 – 1 October 1873) was an English painter and sculptor,[1] well known for his paintings of animals — particularly horses, dogs, and stags. However, his best known works are the lion sculptures in Trafalgar Square.Contents1 Life 2 Painting 3 Sculpture 4 Death 5 Miscellaneous 6 Gallery 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References 10 External linksLife[edit]Landseer 1873Landseer was born in London, the son of the engraver John Landseer A.R.A.[2] He was something of a prodigy whose artistic talents were recognised early on. He studied under several artists, including his father, and the history painter Benjamin Robert Haydon, who encouraged the young Landseer to perform dissections in order to fully understand animal musculature and skeletal structure. Landseer's life was entwined with the Royal Academy. At the age of just 13, in 1815, he exhibited works there
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Rebecca Lacey
Rebecca Lacey (born 20 April 1965) is a British actress.[1] She was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, the daughter of actor Ronald Lacey and actress Mela White. She is not the sister of actress Ingrid Lacey as is often reported. Lacey is best known for her roles as Irene Stuart (series 4) in Monarch of the Glen, the feisty Dr. George Woodman in Casualty (having previously made two guest appearances in the series as patients in 1991 and 1994), and ditzy but kind-hearted Hilary in May to December. She has also played a number of roles in The Bill and many other TV series. In 1992 she appeared in the film Carry On Columbus and followed it up in 1996 with an appearance in the BBC/WGBH comedy Heavy Weather written by P.G. Wodehouse and starring Peter O'Toole
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