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The urge to crawl into a hole and never come out is strong, but yet, we must persevere. There are costume flicks to watch, blog posts to write, and snark to be snarked! Are the costumes good? Not particularly. And on the drive in to work this morning, I was thinking about a post Kendra did a few years ago, Why Jane Austen Movies Are My Comfort Object , that detailed the reasons why she returns to Jane Austen films over and over.

Thinking about it, I realized that the Cadfael miniseries is that exact thing for me. So, what about the show makes it my comfort object? I have a very strong positive association with the Middle Ages that I think has something to do with having spent over half of my life concocting elaborate escapist fantasies around this particular historical period i. When the series begins, Stephen is on the throne, although precariously so — especially in the border town of Shrewsbury which has many nobles declaring support for Maud, who is now in hiding in France.

What I mean is that it is a show that manages to be captivating without laying on the gritty realism or the anxiety-provoking cliff-hangers that are super common in mystery shows these days. You know that Brother Cadfael is going to be charming and clever and fix everything in the end, no matter what happens.

I have no idea why, but smarmy, bitchy little Brother Jerome just delights me to no end. His role gets expanded and considerably darker as the show goes on, which gives a nice dimensionality to him that Jerome lacks. Jerome is just a lackey, but Oswin has layers. Basically, the female version of Cadfael.

The costumes are in no real way historically accurate, especially once you look past the monks and start paying attention to the secular characters. Did the Great Bobby Pin Shortage begin in the 12th century? Francis: Is that… a ruff???

Me: Are those… chickens??? The costume is bad, but I do give them points for showing a period sidesaddle for 12th-century England. None of these actors look anything like one another, and honestly, only Sean Pertwee is of any caliber close to Derek Jacobi. The bad costuming and the fact that Hugh Beringer might be a Time Lord aside, I still find myself reaching for this show whenever I need to feel better about life.

Cadfael is my Aloysius. I simply love the books, and Sir Derek is perfectly cast as Brother Cadfael. And yes, the costumes are meh. Just looked up Sean Pertwee in Wikipedia. Hugh is only listed in Filmography. Not under known for. I went to the Pride parade in NYC a few years back, right after Obergefell so it was a very joyous occasion already. It was wonderful seeing him in person though. How cool that you were there in person!!!

Their silence was in awe and respect for the incredibly talented and majestic Mr. I was a history major in college. My favorite professor invited students over every weekend, and we worked through several historical TV shows.

Now I know! Went to Shrewsbury. It was all right there, as described. Lots of old, old buildings. Went on a walking tour of the area, including the Meole Brook. I have agreed with myself to ignore the Hugh shifts, the sometimes weird costuming choices of fabrics and colors and styles.

Derek Jacobi makes up for all. But I still value the costuming information and examples, so I save them as a resource. Really love this series. The son he might have raised—very poignant. And, yes, Team Pertwee! Sadly, not a lot of film choices in that period. To Ms. Staples: try IMDB for movie info. And anachronisms! My go-to, very thorough. Hugh Beringer is a Time Lord…. This just amuses me to no end.

So yes, I am deeply disappointed in a lot of the female clothing in Cadfael. Sean Pertwee is my favorite Hugh, too. A friend met him at Comic Con last year, and said out of an entire line of GOTHAM hipsters, she was the only one to slap down a copy of her favorite Cafael book and asked him to sign it. He was damn near moved, and told her why he had to leave the show — and how much he did not want to stupid other commitments… forever robbing us of the BEST Hugh.

No crush on Derek Jacobi is bad. Just saying. I give a dorky little fangirl squeal whenever he shows up in unexpected places.

I too love this series, and especially the gorgeous Sean Pertwee. Myself and husband-at-the-time went on holiday to Shrewsbury in on the strength of watching the first season, and we were not disappointed. Sadly now closed and long gone!

I think the building is still there, now used for the Shropshire Wildlife Trust. I passed it when I was last there, about 8 years ago. I truly adore Derek Jacobi but his silvery elegance is dead wrong for Cadfael, just as tall fair haired Sean Pertwee is wrong as Hugh Berringar. I am soooo happy you posted this!! I love Cadfael and have since I was about Derek Jacobi is so marvelous!

A few years ago I got to see him play Lear. And Brother Jerome is my favorite!!! Ahhh he cracks me up. That makes it so much better. Thanks for writing this one!! Saw the show, went across the street to the library and checked out all the books, and started seriously considering joining the SCA for the first time.

Yes, you are right bshaurette. Susanna, I came here to state the very same thing. They were both born in and are NOT related. Colin has only 1 bother who is indeed called Jonathan Firth also an actor who was born in They have 1 sister called Katie Firth who is a voice coach. I loved Cadfael when it first in And found it on YouTube, just the other day. Thanks for this posting—loved this show. Her sense of period detail is immaculate. Loved it. I adore Cadfael. Its literally one of my favourite historical dramas of all time, but I must agree about the costumes and Hugh Beringar.

Also, Cadfael is not nearly Welsh enough, and there are some other dodgy scenes. Otherwise though, I freaking love Cadfael, because its about the best depictions of herbalism in the Middle Ages that I have ever seen. Also, its one of the only Medieval series that accurately distinguishes between priests and monks. It is absolutely awful compared to the books.

Stories are dumbed down or changed, some actors are horribly miscast, including Derek Jacobi as Cadfael.. They stand out as the two really well cast and pertrayed… the two that I see in my mind when I read the books. I love the books, and years ago a friend gave me the first vhs set. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Shrewsbury, to be exact.

Me, before watching Cadfael. Me, after watching Cadfael. Poor Brother Oswin… Tempted by the flesh!


Cadfael's Collection of bass wiring diagrams

The urge to crawl into a hole and never come out is strong, but yet, we must persevere. There are costume flicks to watch, blog posts to write, and snark to be snarked! Are the costumes good? Not particularly. And on the drive in to work this morning, I was thinking about a post Kendra did a few years ago, Why Jane Austen Movies Are My Comfort Object , that detailed the reasons why she returns to Jane Austen films over and over.


The Virgin In The Ice: 6 (Cadfael Chronicles)

Brother Cadfael sets out to find two orphans who have disappeared in the winter storms against the background of the bloody civil war. It is the winter of and the tranquil life in the monastery gardens in Shrewsbury is again interrupted by violence. Raging civil war has sent refugees fleeing north from Worcester. Among them are two orphans from a noble family - a boy of thirteen and an eighteen-year-old girl of great beauty - along with their companion, a young Benedictine nun. But the trio has disappeared somewhere in the wild countryside. Cadfael fears for these lost lambs but his skills are needed to tend to a wounded monk, found naked and bleeding at the roadside. Why this holy man has been attacked and what his fevered ravings reveal soon give Brother Cadfael a clue to the fate of the missing travellers, and he sets out to find them.


Cadfael: Complete Collection

Jan 4, 1. Dec 28, Germany, EU. I would like to draw your attention to the most comprehensive collection of bass wiring diagrams, for old and new, passive and active. There is nothing else out there that compares! Cadfael has kindly given me permission to post a link to his Google-translated forum page , where you will find at the bottom a link to the current version of the collection. The original page is in German , but the collection is quite self explanatory.

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