Director: Joan Micklin Silver. Also starred Anna Berger, Ed Crowley & Paul Freedman.
Place of Tess Durbeyfield's imprisonment
Moved to London (Kingdoms joined to become England), 927 - 1066
Colchester, Essex, England
1886--Gypsy--Toys and Standards were considered separate breeds until 1959
Opened in 1894 (35.3 miles long)
English beer, originally from Manchester, brewed for more than 200 years
Supreme Commander Allied Forces Pacific Ocean Area
Manchester United 4 Wigan Athletic 0
The Winchester Rifle heiress
Chester, Cheshire, England
A Blessing by James Wright
Poem was written to Quoodle, who Chesterton described as a “Sort of mongrel, bull terrier”
Manchester United 1 Nottingham Forest 0
The poverty around the River Irk was often mentioned by Engels.
Otherwise known as Coel the Old. Born AD 350, died AD 420
Twice winners of the Champions League 1999 and 2008 and winners of European Cup once in 1968. Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1991. Present holders of European Champions League beat Chelsea 6 - 5 on penalties in Moscow on 21 May 2008 after teams had drawn 1-1 after extra time. This win especially poignant as it came 40 years after the Munich Air Disaster which claimed the lives of several Manachester United players whilst returning from a game in Belgrade. Known forever more as the Busby Babes who had been brought together by the manager of the time Sir Matt Busby. Present manager Sir Alex Ferguson is the club's most successful manager, Ryan Giggs has played the most games for the club a record breaking total of 759.
Surgeon. Played by David Ogden Stiers in the series.