2007 Archive - News and Updates
26 December 2007
Sorry about the lack of updates over the last two months. There's just been no Felicity-shaped news!
Some of the UK movie magazines are starting to cover Flashbacks of a Fool,
the upcoming Daniel Craig movie
that Felicity is supposed to be in, so keep your eyes open for coverage on that.
And Doctor Who
fans should also stay alert for Felicity as she's reported to be in the next series.
In the meantime here's a new affiliate, The Treadaway Tribute!
A big thanks to everyone who contributed to the page in 2007. I've had a lot of fun doing it.
Here's to a Felicity-shaped 2008.
16 October 2007
News of Felicity's next role appeared yesterday on
BBC Drama has commissioned a new adaptation of The Diary Of Anne Frank.
It will be shown in five episodes on consecutive nights early next year.
Felicity will play Anne's sister Margot Frank.
3 October 2007
Thanks to Enrique for creating these two new wallapers of Fliss.
8 September 2007
Another burst of Felicity for you! This time it's the article from the February issue of Vogue magazine
covering the "most hotly anticipated TV offering since Lost" and the "TV event of the year". Yes, you guessed it,
Cape Wrath! Well, at least there's a nice photo of Felicity...
Speaking of Cape Wrath, I entered a competition for the DVD on Monday and I won!
It arrived today.
Many thanks to the nice competition people!
Suzette over at Matthew Goode sent me the following
links to some behind the scenes photos from Brideshead Revisited that are worth a look.
5 September 2007
Added Suzette's Matthew Goode
site as a new Affiliate. Matthew is one of Felicitiy's co-stars in Brideshead Revisited.
3 September 2007
Anna found this Felicity-flavoured article called
"UK Stars Of Tomorrow 2007:
The Actors". Lovely little photo of Felicity, isn't it?
Her rich tones are already familiar to millions, thanks to her recurring role in popular BBC radio serial The Archers, and now Felicity Jones is proving her versatility and making a mark on stage and screen. She enjoyed glowing reviews for two recent performances - in That Face at London's Royal Court, holding her own opposite stage veteran Lindsay Duncan and fellow Star Of Tomorrow Matt Smith, and playing the lead in UK broadcaster ITV's Northanger Abbey.
Jones is now on the small screen in the US and the UK, in the dark Channel 4/Showtime series Cape Wrath (aka Meadowlands). Her most high-profile project to date is Julian Jarrold's hotly anticipated Brideshead Revisited, playing Cordelia Flyte opposite Matthew Goode, Ben Whishaw, Hayley Atwell, Emma Thompson and Michael Gambon.
Contact: ICM, (44) 20 7636 6565
1 September 2007
Cape Wrath came out on DVD in the UK on Monday. The box says there are three disks. I'll
be holding off on buying it until I see it much reduced in a sale!
Meanwhile, the Stage has a story with the (not unexpected)
news that Cape Wrath will not get a second series.
So it’s bad news for Cape Wrath fans looking for any answers as to what Meadowlands really is...
A source at Channel 4 tells me it won’t be returning for a second series. She said the show had
been seen as something as an “experiment” for the broadcaster, but added audiences had not
been as good as they had hoped they would be for the Ecosse production, meaning all the
loose ends will have to remain untied for now.
It seems viewers weren’t enticed by the half British, half American show, which had a whiff
of Twin Peaks about it and which tried its hardest to be as weird as possible.
The actors did a good job too — notably Lucy Cohu as Evelyn.
23 August 2007
What's next for our Felicity? Alan has been in touch to let me know...
Don't know if you have heard or not, but Felicity has been cast
in an as yet unknown role in the fourth series of Doctor Who for
the BBC, It reveals in the latest Doctor Who Magazine, so might
be worth a brief mention on your site?
For those of you outside the UK, Doctor Who was a science fiction
series that ran from 1963-1989. It was brought back by the BBC in 2005 and
has been a great success. This will be a quite high profile part
Some off-topic trivia: Felicity's co-star from Northanger Abbey, Carey Mulligan
starred in the best episode (IMHO) from series 3 of Doctor Who. It was called
Blink and was was one of the best episodes of any TV show I have ever seen.
If you get a chance to watch it you should do so.
Big thanks to Alan for the news!
11 August 2007
I've just realised that I never posted my thoughts on the last two episodes of
Cape Wrath. Well... The best I can say is that they were ok. I didn't feel the need to
check out what was happening on another channel, but very little actually happened in them.
The final "reveal" of where Meadowlands was located was not a complete surprise. I was
expecting something like that to happen, but it was still fun to see.
Here and there the story showed some dramatic potential, for example when the Brogan
family sat down to discuss
leaving. Another fault of the series, I think, was to resist "mixing up" the cast.
Each character only got to interact with the same two or three other characters.
At one point Wintersgill turned up in the Brogan's kitchen to talk to Zoe and Mark
and I thought, "well that's interesting. Why don't they do more of that?"
Any time Felicity was on screen the quality of the program went up a notch or three.
Yes, I know I'm biased, but it's still true!
Here's an excerpt from an article on www.thestage.co.uk that hints at a second series:
Are you one of Cape Wrath’s loyal viewers? There aren’t too many of us left.
Thankfully, last Tuesday’s Channel 4 episode didn’t see any further drop in ratings,
although that’s not saying much — just 800,000 people viewed episode 5 (a 5% share).
That’s the same as the week before, although it’s half the number that tuned in for
the series premiere.
While those of us watching on terrestrial will find out the fate (or otherwise) of the
Meadowlands residents, executive producer Douglas Rae of production company Ecosse Films
and his team will be finding out if a second series will be going ahead.
6 August 2007
No news as such. I'm just trying out a new "clean" look to the page.
Like it? Hate it? Let me know!
The final two episodes of Cape Wrath will be shown tomorrow night on E4 in the UK.
Despite my mixed feelings on the show I'm sure I will be suffering Felicity-withdrawal symptoms.
Agnieszka over on www.treadawaybrothers.com
reports that there will NOT be a second series of Cape Wrath. Feel free to either
cry or rejoice as appropriate.
=pause for thought=
You mean we have to wait a whole year for Brideshead Revisited?
2 August 2007
has a story called 'Cape Wrath' ratings dive for Channel 4. That must be episode 4 they are
talking about. The one that I liked! Meanwhile over on E5 episode 5 was quite good. There was not as
much Felicity going on I'm afraid, but there was a peek at what Meadowlands was actually created for. By the way,
the Digital Spy story above says that the last episode will be double length.
25 July 2007
Last night Cape Wrath episode 4 was on E4 and it was the best one so far.
In fact I would go as far as saying I think I actually enjoyed it!
It helped that it was Felicity's episode. She was in it the whole way through.
And her character is one of the more interesting ones. She's very "takes-no-nonsense".
It also helped that there was also a lot
less of the unpleasant things going on.
And then the epsiode ended on a very intriguing
note that suggests there is a lot more behind the existence of the town
that the viewer hasn't been told about.
All of a sudden I'm actually looking forward to the next epsiode.
19 July 2007
My verdict on Cape Wrath, episode 3?
I have to say I enjoyed episode 3 a little bit more than the first two episodes.
Felicity had a larger part and it seems to be a different storyline
from the one the rest of the characters are enduring. I did really enjoy watching her bits,
which came to about 10 minutes. The rest of the thing wasn't that special.
Felicity was great. If I didn't already like her I would like her after
seeing her in that episode.
let me know that there's an interview with Felicity at
There's an article about the Brideshead Revisited shoot at
12 July 2007
Here are some reviews of Cape Wrath:
My own feelings on it are mixed. It held my interest, but by the end of the first two episodes I don't know that I actually enjoyed the thing!
I will keep watching as I thought Felicity was outstanding as Zoe. Hopefully her part will get more screen time in future episodes.
10 July 2007
Here is a scan of a little piece that today's Radio Times magazine did on Felicity.
Here are some more Cape Wrath links. The last one appears to contain clips of the show.
Don't forget the first episode is on Channel 4 tonight and the second episode follows on E4.
8 July 2007
Here's a couple more articles about Cape Wrath...
7 July 2007
The Times has an article on Cape Wrath in their Saturday "Knowledge" TV guide. Here's a bit:
The real scene-stealers are the younger cast. Tom Hardy plays Jack Donnelly,
a brooding, inarticulatebut sexually charismatic young handy-man who enjoys
women’s fear. This cross between Lady Chatterley’s Mellors and a psychotic
hoodie is challenged by Brogan’s fearless daughter Zoe, played by Felicity
Jones. Oxford-educated, pretty and provocative, looking and playing about six
years younger than her real age, she may be familiar from The Worst Witch or
Servants. But for Radio 4 listeners, her real claim to fame is as Emma Grundy
in The Archers, though you won’t catch a trace of Borsetshire here.
The Telegraph also has a Cape Wrath
Played by Felicity Jones, the Brogans’ daughter Zoë is the family member who’s
happiest to embrace the deception. “Zoë actively enjoys this new existence,”
says Jones, “and she’s slightly less worried than her parents about revealing
herself.” Inevitably, however, that trait makes for some awkward moments in
the show’s opener. “She’s willing to make the best of it,” continues Jones,
“and so this terrible [inner] weakness is constantly being replaced by a faux
confidence.” Trying to be a friendly, sassy teenager, Zoë befriends Jack,
the estate’s gardener (played by Tom Hardy). She uses her beauty to gain the
confidence of the rough labourer, but learns soon enough that Jack’s brutishness
is deeper than mere bravado.
And here is a link to an article about the making of Brideshead Revisited:
You will hopefully have noticed the newish look and new logo. Let me know what you think.
Is that a good name for the page?
6 July 2007
Here are three links to Cape Wrath related articles, none of which
have very much Felicity content. Sorry!
3 July 2007
Here are the Cape Wrath pages from the new Radio Times magazine. No big Felicity content but
I thought I would include them anyway.
The first episode airs next Tuesday, 10 July on Channel 4 at 9:00 pm.
It ends at about 10:35 pm and is followed by episode two over on digital channel E4.
Check out www.radiotimes.com/cape-wrath as well.
1 July 2007
Agnieszka has let me know that there is a Cape Wrath page at
It includes a gallery of the ususal promotional shots. I
think the series had been advertised on Channel 4 this week
but I seem to be mising the ads!
Josef sent in some videos and preview images from Northanger Abbey. You can find them in
on the message board.
28 June 2007
Agnieszka sent me this piece where
Felicity talks about her character in Meadowlands:
"I think I probably am like Zoe Brogan in some ways," muses actress
Felicity Jones. "She's incredibly sharp and quick-witted, has a smart
sassy view on life and doesn't suffer fools gladly. Zoe has a wonderful
independence about her. She hasn't necessarily had the love and
affection from her parents that she wanted or felt she deserved and
that has given her a defensive streak. And she's looking to find her place
in the world."
27 June 2007
Enrique found a Felicity gallery at
There are three pages of thumbnails but they are "watermarked". I assume they can be purchased without the watermark.
The July 2007 issue of TVZone has an article about Cape Wrath. I'll probably get around to scanning it eventually.
The images are pretty much the same promotional images I've seen elsewhere and there's no new Felicity.
Cape Wrath will hopefully get a few articles in next week's TV guides in the UK so keep your eyes open.
22 June 2007
Enrique found a couple of Felicity/Meadowlands links.
The first lets you get her character's "look"!
If you have a branch of HMV near you then check out their sale. I just picked up a much-needed
copy of Northanger Abbey on DVD for £8.00.
19 June 2007
This Telegraph article
about David Morrissey tells us that Cape Wrath starts on Channel 4 on July 10.
www.buddytv.com has an article called
Showtime's Meadowlands: Meet the Cast.
And here's another review!
And now comes "Meadowlands," which has an odd and macabre moodiness that makes the show a real challenge to watch. But it's also has a charm and complexity that is difficult to resist.
18 June 2007
Enrique found this image from the Daily Mail. It seems to be from a couple of years ago and is about The Archers.
Note the same dress from the photo used in last week's article about Brideshead Revisited.
Enrique also sent me a link on yahoo where they have the complete first episode and some clips
of Meadowlands. Click on
to find out more.
Now... Yet more reviews of Meadowlands!
You might say that Showtime’s mesmerizingly warped new drama series Meadowlands -
which makes its debut at 10 p.m. today - is a sort of modern-day everyday version
of The Prisoner crossed with Twin Peaks.
the show is very quirky & dark - something we'd never see on regular network
television - it totally has a slight david lynch feel to the whole thing!
The first season runs just eight episodes and concludes with a big revelation
about Meadowlands, but I have to wonder if many viewers will stick with it that long. The show features some larger-than-life characters whose psychological pathology could be interesting to learn, and Treadaway's performance as a Jack White-coifed emo-boy is oddball-cool,
but "Meadowlands" demands too much of a slog for too little in return.
17 June 2007
Even more articles about Meadowlands for you. Remember, USA people can watch it tonight!
Gorgeous scenery, spot-on acting (in particular Felicity Jones as aggressive/vulnerable teen Zoe),
intriguing if not puzzling plot lines.
The picturesque Meadowlands is crime-free, that is, if you don't take into consideration the backgrounds of the residents.
As characters come to divine that this paradise is just another exotically designed prison, however, it takes on elements of the classic '60s program "The Prisoner." Further revelations will suggest to viewers "Weeds," "The Ice Storm," "Twin Peaks" and any other anomie-drenched popular entertainment.
Daughter Zoe (an impressive Felicity Jones) is a chatty brain
who looks at the move as a way to become a boy-crazed tart
instead of the bookworm she once was and Jack the maintenance
man (Tom Hardy) is all too willing to help. Zoe also serves
as the interpreter for her tragically shy twin brother Mark
(Harry Treadaway), a highly functioning autistic who hasn't
talked in months. Instead, he and Zoe communicate telepathically.
"Meadowlands" may not be an original, but it's still, as Showtime promises, "dark, unpredictable and mysterious." Telling more would spoil some early revelations, but potential viewers do need to know that the sexual content is extreme, as is at least one burst of violence.
But make no mistake, Meadowlands in no dark comedy or campy hoot. It's an attention-grabbing psychological thriller teeming with a host of well-drawn characters you'll want to get to know better.
After watching four hourlong episodes, I wasn't much closer to discovering why the Brogans were on the lam, but I found them so creepy and their neighbors so sadistic, pathetic or annoyingly cryptic that I didn't really care. Fans of Showtime's equally dark "Dexter," however, may be intrigued.
16 June 2007
Three more reviews of Meadowlands for you...
It's always hard when you watch a new series and find yourself WANTING to like it
rather than, you know, actually liking it.
It takes a village to put this much strangeness in one place, and what "Meadowlands"
does with it is refreshingly original and addictive. You'll care about these people almost
instantly, even if they're never to be trusted, or believed.
...but there are lots more questions after that, as you follow the offbeat Brogans settling into their equally offbeat community - and trying to preserve the secrets that sent them there.
15 June 2007
Lots of reviews of Meadowlands for you...
You might say that Showtime's mesmerizingly warped new drama series "Meadowlands"
is a sort of modern-day everyday version of "The Prisoner" crossed with "Twin Peaks."
...that doesn't mean "Meadowlands" isn't enjoyable; it's not gloomy, it's just dark. It also has the potential to be Showtime's most addictive summer series.
Relentlessly odd as "Meadowlands" can be, don't be surprised if it seduces you.
It's titillating and dark, this strange new thriller from Showtime. The eight-part mystery, made in Britain, begins with the blindfolded arrival of a family of four to their new home in Meadowlands.
Sounds like a pretty exciting premise, doesn’t it? All the right ingredients are there, but “Meadowlands” makes a near-fatal mistake - it’s needlessly mysterious and bizarre.
The concept of this eight-part series, premiering Sunday night, is better than the execution.
Billed as an eight-episode series, it offers up some seriously - and not so seriously - disturbed characters, some even worth getting to know.
In writing the eight-episode thriller, The Prisoner came up as a reference, as did Twin Peaks, says co-executive producer Caroline Levy. The look is influenced by American Beauty, Far From Heaven and photographer Gregory Crewdson's surreal small towns.
Based on the number of similar shows I've referenced (without even getting into the classic The Prisoner), you may think Meadowlands is pretty derivative, but there's an intriguing sense that it's trying to find its own voice.
14 June 2007
Amazon UK have added a cover image of the Cape Wrath DVD.
Note that it says "The Complete Series One". That sort of implies a "Series Two", doesn't it?
13 June 2007
Amazon UK is listing a DVD of Cape Wrath with a release date of 27 August 2007.
I assume the series will have just ended by then so I think we can expect it on UK screens early in July.
Agnieszka kindly sent me three more Cape Wrath/Meadowlands photos.
There's an article about the new Brideshead Revisited at
11 June 2007
Big thanks to Andrea for sending me these two stories.
Firstly, according to
Felicity is in the cast of a movie called Flashbacks of a Fool.
Secondly, yesterday's Mail on Sunday newspaper printed a story about Felicity appearing in the
new version of Brideshead Revisited. It includes a lovely new photo of Felicity.
Here's the story...
Archers' Emma Grundy lands role in £30m BBC remake of Brideshead
It's quite a leap upmarket from the day-to-day hurly-burly of life in The Archers.
But Felicity Jones, familiar to millions of Radio 4 listeners as the voice of wild
child Emma Grundy, has landed a key role in the BBC's £30million remake of Brideshead Revisited.
Felicity, 23, will play Lady Cordelia Flyte - youngest sister of the infamous Sebastian,
and a pious and tormented character who becomes a nurse, dedicating her life to relieving
the suffering of others.
Following in the footsteps of the iconic 1981 TV adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic novel –
which starred Anthony Andrews, Jeremy Irons, and Phoebe Nicholls as Cordelia – will be a huge
task, but Felicity is sure the new feature-length film will rise to the challenge.
"The series was wonderful because it almost transcribed the book, minute by minute in detail,
whereas the film will have a higher intensity," said Felicity.
"It's going to be very different because you have got such a short amount of time, and so you
can only drive one story. The focus is different."
The film – which started shooting in Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, last week
and is set to be released in 2008 – stars Ben Whishaw as Sebastian and Matthew Goode as Charles.
Emma Thompson plays the family matriarch Lady Marchmain and Michael Gambon the
old rogue Lord Marchmain.
Felicity, who grew up in Birmingham before moving to London, said of her role:
"It's beautiful – Cordelia is absolutely insane. She's a very sprightly young
girl who is very different from anyone else I have played. And we wear lovely
costumes as it covers the period of 1925 to 1935."
Felicity was inspired to become an actress by her uncle, theatre actor Michael
Hadley. She said: "As children we performed plays with my cousins, my parents
and grandparents, and so there had always been a sense of drama in the family."
Since leaving Oxford last year, the work has been rolling in.
She has recently played the leading role of Catherine Morland in ITV’s Northanger
Abbey and next month will star in Channel 4’s new seven-part drama Cape Wrath.
And, of course, she continues to be the voice of Emma Grundy in The Archers, a part
she has no intention of giving up.
So, now we know that Felicity is playing
Lady Cordelia Flyte. Having not read the book or
seen the old version can anyone tell me if this is a big part? :))
9 June 2007
Okay, this is complete news to me. According to an article at
Felicity is in the cast of the new film version of Brideshead Revisited.
No mention of what character she plays.
There is another review of Meadowlands at
8 June 2007
Like the new logo? Want the old one back? Let me know!
has a review of Meadowlands titled "Terrific British series feels like The Prisoner by way of David Lynch"
There's also a little photo...
also has an article about the show including the photo of Felicity that I have picked for the new logo.
31 May 2007
Agnieszka has posted a gallery of Meadowlands wallpapers on
There's another (quirky) photo at
Agnieszka also tells me that US-based people can see the official showtime site at www.sho.com. The rest of us can't.
30 May 2007
Here's some info about Meadowlands from
This eight-part thriller explores the nature of memory and identity by
asking the question: can anyone ever really wipe the slate clean? Trying to
hide from a troubled past, Danny Brogan (David Morrissey) and his family are
placed in a witness protection program. He hopes the fresh start will heal
their strained family relationships, particularly his failing marriage with
his wife Evelyn (Lucy Cohu). Meanwhile, their 17-year-old twins Zoe (Felicity
Jones) and Mark (Harry Treadaway) remain traumatized by what they have
experienced in their old lives. Mark has not spoken in four months and Zoe
channels her fear into a fascination with finding out all her neighbours' dark
Upon first glance, Meadowlands is a picturesque, crime-free paradise. But
a deeper look reveals a world that is becoming increasingly dysfunctional and
devoid of normalcy. Darkness begins to seep in as Danny discovers that he and
his neighbours are exactly alike - everyone around them has seen something,
said something or done something so terrible that they have been removed from
the outside world and placed off the radar in a heaven that quickly becomes
hell. Now, they have been given a fresh start - solidly built on a foundation
Agnieszka found a review of Meadowlands at
26 May 2007
Lots more news from Agnieszka on Meadowlands/Cape Wrath and Felicity.
There are two teasers at www.myvideo.de
There is a photoshoot for the series at
including this beautiful photo of Felicity...
And here's the full Showtime schedule for the series:
17 June 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#101) Episode 1
24 June 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#102) Episode 2
01 July 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#103) Episode 3
08 July 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#104) Episode 4
15 July 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#105) Episode 5
22 July 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#106) Episode 6
29 July 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#107) Episode 7
05 August 2007 (Su.) 10:00 PM SHOWTIME (#108) Episode 8
Also be sure to check out this thread on the
message board where
Enrique has posted 13 great pictures of Felicity from the BBC series Servants!
23 May 2007
Enrique found a page about Meadowlands/Cape Wrath at
12 May 2007
Thanks to Agnieszka from treadawaybrothers.com for sending me the following info...
"I've got some more news on Cape Wrath (called Meadowlands in the USA).
The show will be on in the USA on ShowTime starting from June 17 (8
episodes). The show will be aired in the UK on Channel 4 in September.
There might be a second series, and if there is, they will start
shooting in Kent again, starting in August this year - but this info is
"You can watch a preview here:
There's a short interview with Felicity there!
"I know for a fact that the script is very good and the show really
I grabbed those images from the youtube video.
Check it out and then post your thoughts on the message board.
Thanks also to Enrique has done a couple of wallpapers of Felicity and posted them on his
5 May 2007
Here is my first attempt at a Felicity wallpaper. It's a bit basic but it'll do for now.
Simon has pointed out that there is a photo of Felicity at
29 April 2007
Added a link to a biography of
Felicity at www.biogs.com.
28 April 2007
And here are two more reviews for That Face...
27 April 2007
Here are another couple of reviews for That Face.
"Felicity Jones as Mia mingles sassy bravado and a sadistic streak with
Enrique found an e-trailer at
25 April 2007
Here are three reviews of Felicity's new play That Face. I have included a few extracts.
"Felicity Jones, a young actress acting younger,
finds the fragility in the sassy Mia, her frightened
eyes belying the self-assuredness of the young teen."
"Felicity Jones presents a calculating Mia who wants to
save the only relationship possible of salvaging."
"Matt Smith and Felicity Jones as her wounded son and daughter, raise
the play above any hint of mere case study to rounded human drama."
21 April 2007
Big thanks to Enrique for finding this. It's all news to me! It turns out that
Felicity made a short film a few years ago...
HEARING THINGS (2004)
Mari-Ann spends her days working on an assembly line in a factory.
Talking to herself in her head, she recites poetry to keep herself
sharp during the mundane work days. The other workers leave her
alone in her isolated world until a young summer intern, Maddy
(Felicity Jones), reaches out to her, only to discover the mysterious
cause of her isolation. Hearing Things is a kind film about friendship
and finding the courage to rejoin the world.
Written and Directed by Claire Ingham. 14 minutes, in English
Claire's film, 'Hearing Things', won the 'Spirit of Moondance Award'
for best narrative short film by a female filmmaker at the Moondance
Festival in Hollywood in 2006
See the trailer:
Also while I'm here I've discovered a load of Jane Austen/Northanger Abbey content on youtube including clips
from the itv3 "making of" show.
12 April 2007
I got a copy of ES magazine on ebay and I've added the Felicity article plus
an advert for Northanger Abbey to the
There's also some activity over on the
Message Board so be sure to check it out.
8 April 2007
Andrea has alerted me to the
newly updated Radio Times
website feature on the ITV Austen Girls. There's now a video from the photoshoot
with Felicity, Billie and Sally.
7 April 2007
Agnieszka sent me two photos of Felicity in
Cape Wrath plus a link to her www.treadawaybrothers.com website.
Agnieszka also sent me a link to
which contains this "blurb":
On the run from their past, Danny and Evelyn Brogan move their family to
Meadowlands, where they appear to have landed on their feet in a 21st century
'surburban paradise'. Disease, drug and crime-free, Meadowlands appears to be
a town where all is safe - bubble wrapped against the slings and arrows of urban life.
However, the more the family begin to find out about their surroundings,
the less they understand and the greater the paranoia becomes.
Enrique sent me two photos of felicity in The Archers. All the new photos can be found in the
Photo Gallery (logically enough).
Enrique also sent me a link to Felicity at
Finally it appears that felicity was in the February issue of Vogue UK. If anyone has a copy to
scan that would be very nice!
2 April 2007
Yesterday I discovered a "making-of" program about the Jane Austen season on ITV3.
Felicity featured in it and it had the usual behind-the-scenes footage and interviews
with the cast and crew.
If you missed it you have another chance to see it when it is repeated on Wednesday, 4 April at 9pm.
31 March 2007
I meant to add these links during the week. Here's the
reviews of Northanger Abbey.
26 March 2007
I was quite impressed with last night's Northanger Abbey. It was a lot more enjoyable
than the previous week's Mansfield Park at any rate. And I was very impressed with Felicity.
I suspect I shall be buying the DVD sooner than expected...
Three more scans in the Photo Gallery for you.
Two from yesterday's papers and one from today. I missed out on
a one-page article in the Sunday Express magazine so if anyone can produce a scan for me
that would be good of you! Plus I'm still looking for the ES mag.
25 March 2007
Enrique from Mexico send in these two links.
There is a Northanger Abbey article and gallery at
And there is a Japanese site with
some pics of Felicity in The Worst Witch at
Don't forget that Northanger Abbey is on TV tonight and the DVD is out tomorrow.
During next week I will scan the other newspaper articles that I have been able to find.
24 March 2007
There was a four page article about Felicity in yesterday's ES magazine
(that comes with the Evening Standard newspaper in London). I don't live in london
so obviously I missed it. If anyone doesn't want their copy I will give it a good home!
Failing that could anyone provide scans?
I bought a few cheap TV guides today. I'll scan the relevant Felicity content over the weekend.
I've been busy scanning. There are nine new photos and you can find them on the
new dedicated Photo Gallery page. Four are from today's newspapers
and the other five were found in some TV guides from the cheaper end of the market!
22 March 2007
Here's a bunch of links for you to follow. There's a long interview at
The article includes the following line which is worth repeating here:
"Following Northanger Abbey, Felicity went on to film new Channel 4 drama
Cape Wrath alongside David Morrissey, and is now preparing to appear in the
play That Face at the Royal Court Theatre."
Cape Wrath is news to me so I get to update the TV list!
There's also a shorter article at
but it seems to include the same quotes such as this comment on
"I use public transport too much. At the moment, I don't get recognised, especially living
in London. Perhaps I'll change my hair so that no one will recognise me."
And on not watching it on Sunday night:
"I'll be cringing." My guess is that the writers either were at the same press conference or used the same
Simon sent in links to another article that mentions Cape Wrath at
and a pdf document at
The image of Felicity found at that last link is so nice I just had to steal it for the page!
There, I told you it was nice!
21 March 2007
I've scanned in the Felicty content from the new Radio Times. You can find the pics in the photos area.
Don't forget that Northanger Abbey is on ITV next Sunday night.
19 March 2007
There's a typically sensational story at www.thesun.co.uk today:
"ACTRESS Felicity Jones will bathe naked in a FIELD in a steamy new Jane Austen TV drama."
I hesitate to provide a link but there is a very nice photo of Felicity along with the 'story'.
(No, she's not naked in the photo!)
18 March 2007
Felicity will be appearing in a play called That Face at the
Royal Court Theater
from 20 April - 19 May. There is more info at
17 March 2007
Just a couple of things. Firstly, there is a longer interview with Felicity on the
Radio Times site.
Secondly, I found a little picture of Felicity from Servants so I've scanned that in.
You can find it in the photo gallery.
14 March 2007
One day old and I've made a change to the colour scheme already!
I've also started a Message Board.
Thanks to Anna for sending the following Felicity links.
Here's a link to a
press kit in pdf format. It includes a page on Felicity.
Also at the BBC is a
at the Archers radio soap site.
Also if you click here you can find
pictures of Felicity under "Ambridge's rockiest romance",
Wills baby" and one nice pic in "Farewell Pebble Mill". So nice here it is!
Anna also tells me that there was a link to this site on the AustenBlog.
On the evening I started the page! Good lord, someone was on the ball!
13 March 2007
I first noticed Felicity in a BBC series called Servants back in 2003 and
I toyed with the idea of doing a little webpage about her.
Shortly she will be appearing in ITV's new
adaptation of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey and it's sort of kickstarted things.
Hopefully I'll find more material about her in the coming weeks.
By the way, Northanger Abbey is on ITV on Sunday 25 March and the DVD is out the next day!
To start with here are a few scans I have done from the current issue
of Arena magazine and the new Radio Times.