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Beecham House

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Title Beecham House [videorecording].
Publisher/Date Australia : Distributed by Roadshow Entertainment, ©2019.
Pagination etc. 2 DVD-videos (276 minutes) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.
Contents note Roadshow Entertainment: R-127744-9.
Special features: Three behind the scenes features: Journey to India, Recreating 1795 India, The director's chair.
Creation Note Director, Gurinder Chadha; written by Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges, Shahrukh Husain, Victor Levin.
Performer note Tom Bateman, Pallavi Sharda, Dakota Blue Richards, Marc Warren, Roshan Seth, Grégory Fitoussi, Lesley Nicol.
Summary Note From multi-award-winning writer, director and producer Gurinder Chadha OBE. Marking her first primetime drama for ITV, Beecham House tells the epic story of a luxurious, grand mansion in the ever-expanding city of Delhi, and of the families that live and work there. Set at the beginning of British colonial rule, and against a backdrop of corporate expansion and political unrest in a turbulent, divided India, this enthralling series brims with intrigue as it traces a fascinating web of intimate relationships, mystery and secrets in the house of the enigmatic John Beecham (Tom Bateman). As the intertwined lives of owners and servants unfold in different directions in this changing world, will John Beecham's secret past be revealed? What will this mean for his future, and for his descendants in generations to come?
Target audience note Censorship classification : M.
Language note English. [CC] English Captions [descriptive subtitles for the hearing impaired].
Subject East India Company -- Drama
Families -- India -- Drama
India -- History -- 18th century -- Drama
Historical television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Chadha, Gurinder director, producer, screenwriter.
Added title Beecham House (Television program)
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