Father Brown is British Drama TV series. Produced by BBC Productions. Stars: Mark Williams, Sorcha Cusack, John Burton. Also known as Отец Браун in Bulgaria. It debuted on Jan 14, 2013, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.7 *. Father Brown is set in UK.
How Many Seasons Of Father Brown Is There: 7 (80 episodes)
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|Season 7|| |
Season premieres on January 7, 2019
Finale: January 18, 2019
BBC One, 10 episodes
|Season 6|| |
Season premieres on December 18, 2017
Finale: January 12, 2018
BBC One, 10 episodes
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2016, BBC One, 15 episodes
|Season 4|| |
2016, BBC One, 10 episodes
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2015, BBC One, 15 episodes
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2014, BBC One, 10 episodes
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2013, BBC One, 10 episodes
Father Brown is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm
S7E10 (The Honourable Thief) - Air Date: Jan 18, 2019 (6 months ago)
Kenneth More's 'Father Brown' Gives a Us Reassuring Voice of Reason and Moderation - PopMatters - via Popmatters
As with many television shows today, multiple writers (Hugh Leonard, John Portman, Peter Wildeblood, and Michael Voysey) and directors (Robert Tronson, Peter Jeffries, and Ian Fordyce) worked on different episodes of Father Brown. The fact that the show maintained a consistent style over 13 episodes is a credit to their professional ability to adapt their talents to the needs of a particular series.
Blockley carpeted in snow for Father Brown scene as Cotswolds bakes in 22 degree heat - Cotswold Journal - per Cotswoldjournal
Local residents have been allowed to take photographs of the winter-look scene which had been laid on sheets on the ground and sprayed on gravestones and the trees. The material used was a mix of papier mache and plastic.
BBC's amiable 'Father Brown' doesn't keep faith with Chesterton - Crux: Covering all things Catholic - per Cruxnow
Guinness ideally conveyed Father Brown’s nondescript anonymity and air of abstraction, though he wasn’t physically suited to the role— nor was Kenneth More, who played the priest in 1974 in a 13-episode ITV series that remains the adaptation most likely to please purists (and probably only purists, given its modest production values). Amiable Williams, readily recognizable as Chesterton’s doughy but sharp-minded cleric, is the new show’s best asset.
Jesuits help Father Brown get it right | ICN - Independent Catholic News - per Indcatholicnews
The Father Brown of GK Chesterton’s short stories not only carries out his normal duties as a Catholic priest: he also gets involved with solving crimes. In ‘The Man in the Shadows’, the first episode of series three (broadcast on 5 January 2015), Father Brown gets involved with MI5, which places fellow villager, Lady Felicia, in a compromising situation.