Starring Pierce Brosnan, Peter Gilmore and Simon Mac Corkindale. 1982 Antiques Roadshow: Season 4, Episode 3 Presented by Hugh Scully and Arthur Negus. 1983 Fraggle Rock The external shots of the lighthouse were done at St Anthony's Lighthouse, near Falmouth. Starring Geraldine Chaplin, Christopher Guard, Jamie Cresswell and John Shrapnel Filmed at Gribbin Head, Menabilly; Lantivet Bay, Polperro and Vault Beach, Gorran Haven Jamaica Inn Television drama directed by Lawrence Gordon Clark. Starring John Shackley, Jim Baker and Roderick Horn. The Tripods: Season 1, Episode 3 - The English Channel: July, 2089 AD Directed by Graham Theakston. (Starring David Carradine, Stephanie Beacham and Stephen Greif) Filmed at Porthleven, Coverack Harbour, Mullion Cove and Kynance Cove The Return of Sherlock Holmes Granada television. Starring Paul Scofield, David Threlfall and Helen Mirren.Fulton Mackay as The Captain, John Gordon Sinclair as P. Starring Jane Seymour, Patrick Mc Goohan and Trevor Eve. (Starring Jeremy Brett and Edward Hardwicke) Episode 1 of Season 2 (The Devil's Foot) filmed at Nine Maidens standing stones, Lizard Peninsula, Mounts Bay, Lanyon Quoit, Cadgwith and West Penwith Moors. Filmed on Bryher, St Martins & Samson in the Isles of Scilly The Return of Sherlock Holmes Episode 1 The Devil's Foot Made by Granada TV (Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke, Norman Bowler and Dennis Quilley) Filmed on the Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove, Mount's Bay, Lanyon Quoit, West Penwith Moors and Nine Maidens standing stones at Boskednan. Episode eight featured Daymer Bay (Padstow), Doyden Castle (Port Quin) and Trevose Lighthouse (Trevose Head) The Shell Seekers made by Central TV as part of their Hallmark of Fame series (Starring Angela Lansbury and Patricia Hodge) Filmed at State House Hotel (Lands End), Lands End, Lamorna Cove, Porthgwarra and Marazion First and Last BBC Television. Starring: Joss Ackland, Pat Heywood and Patricia Routledge Filmed at Carbis Bay, St Ives; Longships Lighthouse, Land's End; Sennen Cove, Land's End; Seven Stones Reef, Land's End and Wolf Rock Lighthouse, Land's End 1990 Ngaio Marsh's Alleyn Mysteries Made by BBC TV (Starring Patrick Malahide and William Simons) Filmed at Tintagel The Tale of Little Pig Robinson Children's drama directed by Alan Bridges.All the Little Animals Made by BBC Films (John Hurt and Christian Bale) Filmed at Wheal Coates, St Agnes. 1989 Ball Trap at the Cote Sauvage Made by BBC TV (Jack Shepherd, Zoe Wanamaker and Miranda Richardson) Filmed at Crantock Beach, Fistral Beach (Newquay), Holywell Bay and Newquay Interceptor Game show made by Chatsworth television. Starring Timothy Spall, Edward Fox, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. Jumping the Queue Television drama directed by Claude Whatham.
The big thrust of television filming in the county came in the 1970s with two major television series; The Onedin Line and Poldark.
A further resurgence in television filming came in the mid 1990s with the Wycliffe series. Barbara Hepworth BBC documentary about how the Cornish landscapes influenced the artist. 1971 Doctor Who - Colony In Space Made by BBC TV (Jon Pertwee) Filmed in Old Baal China Clay Quarry in Carclaze, near St Austell On Location: Dustin Hoffman BBC Television documentary directed by Iain Johnstone. 2  1976 The Dame of Sark (Anglia Television, Director: Alvin Rakoff, Staring: Celia Johnson and Tony Britton) Filmed on Porth Mellin, near Mullion.
More recently have been the Doc Martin series, which was a spin-off from the film Saving Grace, and Echo Beach, a somewhat controversial weekly soap opera starring Jason Donovan and Martine Mc Cutcheon. 1961 Danger Man: The Gallows Tree Episode 23 of 39. Featuring St Ives, Godrevy Island, West Penwith Moors, 1963 Doctor Who - The Smugglers Made by BBC TV (William Hartnell) Filmed near Sennen, Porthcurno, Helston, Breage church, Ruan Minor church, Church Cove (Gunwalloe) and Nanjizal Bay & Bosistow Cliffs (Lands End), St Grada Church (at Grade, Cadgwith), Trethewey Farm (Padstow) 1964 The Saint: The Old Treasure Story (Episode 9 of Series 4) Director: Roger Moore. 1969 Bird's-Eye View: Beside the Seaside BBC documentary series (Season 1: Episode 6) directed by Edward Mirzoeff. Featuring Susan George, Dustin Hoffman and Sam Peckinpah. Die Frau in Wei German television mini-series of 3 episodes. Starring Heidelinde Weis, Eva Christian and Christoph Bantzer. 1972 Doomwatch Made for TV by Tigon British Film Productions Ltd. Part filmed around Polperro and Mevagissey Stocker's Copper Made by BBC TV (Bryan Marshall, Gareth Thomas and Jane Lapotaire) Filmed in the Whitemoor and Nanpean areas of St Austell Colditz: Name, Rank and Number Episode 3 of 28. Starring Christopher Neame, Nigel Stock, David Mc Callum and Edward Hardwicke. 1972 - 1979 The Onedin Line Made by BBC TV in 91 Episodes over 8 series. Starring: Peter Gilmore, Ann Stallybrass and Jill Gascoyne. 1977 Count Dracula Made by BBC TV (Louis Jourdan and Susan Penhaligon) Filmed at St Michael's Mount, Carlyon Bay (near St Austell) and Mevagissey The New Avengers: The Lion and the Unicorn Series 2 episode 4. Starring Patrick Macnee, Gareth Hunt and Joanna Lumley. 1981 The Nightmare Man Made in 4 episodes by BBC TV Director: Douglas Camfield Starring: James Warwick, Celia Imrie, Maurice Roeves, Tom Watson, James Cosom and Jonathan Newth Filmed at Port Isaac, Padstow, Tintagel Youth Hostel, Splatt near Rock, Daymer Beach at Trebetherick.
This list of performers on Top of the Pops includes popular music recording artists and musical ensembles who have performed on Top of the Pops, a weekly BBC One television programme that featured artists from the UK singles chart.
The BBC transmitted new installments of the programme weekly from January 1964 through July 2006, and later converted it into a radio programme.
This list does not include artists who performed on the radio programme.Although many artists appeared multiple times in the programme over a number of years, the list notes just their first appearance.2014 saw Cornwall as the main location for the remake of Winston Graham's Poldark with Aidan Turner in the title role. Starring: Roger Moore, Jack Hedley and Erica Rogers Filmed at Church Cove, Gunwalloe; Kynance Cove, Lizard and The Lugger Hotel, Portloe 1966 The Baron: So Dark the Night Episode 25 of 30. Filmed at Charlestown, Falmouth, Feock and Mousehole 1975 The Goodies: The Bunfight at the OK Tearooms Episode 45 of 76. Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie. 1975 - 1977 Poldark Made by BBC TV (Robin Ellis, Angharad Rees, Jill Townsend and Ralph Bates) Filmed at Boconnoc, Lostwithiel (as Penrice); Botallack Manor Farm, Botallack, St Just (as Nampara in Season 1); Braddock Church, Braddock (for Drake and Morwenna's wedding); Charlestown; Cudden Point, Mount's Bay; Doyden Castle, Port Quin (as Dwight Enys' house in Season 1); Godolphin House, Godolphin Cross (as Trenwith in Season 1); Illogan Woods, Illogan; Lamorna Cove, Lamorna (as Sawle village); Land's End; Lanhydrock House, Bodmin (as Sir Francis Basset's house); Levant Mine, Trewellard, St Just; Lundy Bay, Port Quin (Shipwreck scene and Warleggan's fences in Season 1); Luxulyan; Mount's Bay; Mousehole (Miner rebellion in Season 1); Pendeen Manor Farm, Pendeen; Pendeen (as Nampara cove); Pentireglaze (Demelza and Hugh Armitage scene on cliffs in Season 2); Perranporth; Port Isaac Harbour, Port Isaac (in Season 1); Port Quin; Porthcurno Beach, Porthcurno; Porthcurno; Porthluney Cove (Ross galloping across beach in Season 1); Portholland; Portloe; Prussia Cove, Rosudgeon (Season 1); River Fowey; Roscarrock Manor Farm, Port Isaac (as Nampara exterior); Seal Hole Cave, St Agnes (as Demelza's cave); St Just; St Mawes Castle, St Mawes (as Fort Baton, Season 2); St Enodoc Church, Rock (Rowella Chynoweth and Arthur Solway's wedding); St Winnow Church, Lostwithiel (Dwight Enys and Caroline Penvenen's wedding); Stippy Stappy, Town Hill, St Agnes; The Keigwin Arms, Mousehole; Towednack Church, Towednack, St Ives (Francis Poldark and Elizabeth Chynoweth's wedding); Trelissick House, Feock (as Ralph Allen Daniell's house); Trerice Manor, Newlyn; Trevellas Coombe and St Agnes. Filmed at Delabole Quarry, Delabole (scene of car falling into quarry); Harpur's Downs, St Breward (car chase) and Trebarwith Strand near Tintagel. Starring: Kate Binchy, Prue Clarke, Grgoire Aslan, Frank Grimes and Michael Williams. Antiques Roadshow: Season 24, Episode 21 Made by the BBC Filmed at Polkyth Leisure Centre, St Austell 1980 A Different Drummer BBC biographical dramatisation directed by Norman Stone. St Enodoc Golf Club, Port Gaverne and Trebarwith Strand.Cornwall has also become popular as the focus of documentaries about Cornish life with series like The Fisherman's Apprentice with Monty Halls and Cornwall With Caroline Quentin. There are probably other locations around Cornwall that have not been documented. (Some scenes in Paris, France.) 1978 The Voyage of Charles Darwin In 7 episodes made by BBC TV (Malcolm Stoddard) Filmed at Charlestown Blakes 7 BBC TV science fiction series of 52 episodes (Starring Michael Keating, Paul Darrow and Peter Tuddenham) Locations included St Austell 1979 Rebecca Made by BBC TV. Starring Anna Massey, Jeremy Brett, and Joanna David. Filmed at Tremayne Quay, Carwinion, Nare Head Ripping Yarns: "Whinfrey's Last Case"Episode 1 of Series 2. BBC2 Playhouse: Last Summer's Child (Season 8: Episode 2) Made by BBC TV. Starring Michael Praed, Peter Llewellyn Williams, Ray Winstone and Clive Mantle Episode 10 (The Swords of Wayland) filmed at Rinsey (as Ravenscar cliffs and beach)and St Michael's Mount (as the exterior of Ravenscar Abbey), Marazion.1956 The Buccaneers: Conquest of New Providence Episode 25 of 39. Filmed at Caerhays Castle (for Manderley) and Porthluney Cove near St Austell Penmarric Series of 12 episodes made by BBC TV (starring Angela Scoular and Ralph Bates) Filmed at Botallack Manor Farm, Botallack, St Just; Levant Mine, Trewellard, St Just; Cape Cornwall, St Just; Towednack Church, Towednack, St Ives; Trengwainton Gardens, Madron, Penzance and Zennor Head. With Anthony Bate, Jane Seymour, Peter Vaughan and Billie Whitelaw Filmed at Penberth Cove (Penberth near St Buryan) The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy BBC television mini-series. Some episodes filmed at the Monkey Sanctuary, Looe; the Par to Fowey private road tunnel (as the Magrathean underground) and Clay pits near St Austell (for the planet Magrathea). Robin of Sherwood on DVD Robin Of Sherwood - The Complete Series 1 Robin Of Sherwood - The Complete Series 2 Robin Of Sherwood - Complete The Tripods: Season 1, Episode 1 - A Village in England: July, 2089 AD Directed by Graham Theakston.The Manions of America Television mini-series of 3 episodes. Fraggle Rock on DVD Fraggle Rock Complete First Season Fraggle Rock - Season 2 Fraggle Rock - Season 3 Fraggle Rock - Legends of the Rock [Box Set] Treasure Hunt: Cornwall On air 1st March 1984 (Season 2, Episode 9) featuring Anneka Rice, Kenneth Kendall and Wincey Willis Included Duchy of Cornwall oyster farm, Port Navas; Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station, Goonhilly Downs, Helston; Green Bank Hotel, Falmouth; Gweek seal sanctuary, Gweek; St Michael's Mount, Marazion; Porthmeor beach, St Ives; Minack Theatre, Porthcurno; The Lobster Pot Restaurant, Mousehole; Longships Lighthouse, Land's End and RNAS Culdrose, Helston My Cousin Rachel BBC mini-series of 4 episodes. Starring Philip Jackson, Colin Welland and Brenda Bruce. Starring John Shackley, Jim Baker and Roderick Horn. The Tripods: Season 1, Episode 2 - England: July, 2089 AD Directed by Graham Theakston. 1985 Samson & Delilah Made for Channel 4 Director: Mark Peploe Starring: Bernard Hill, Lindsay Duncan and Sean Bean) Based on the novel by D H Lawrence. Lamb Made for Channel 4 Director: Colin Gregg Starring: Liam Neeson, Ian Bannen and Denis Carey Filmed at King Arthur's Castle Hotel, Tintagel (as St Kiaran's Reform School) 1986 A Distant Scream (also known as Dying Truth) Made by Hammer Films for the Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense television series. 1988 When the Whales Came Made by Fox for Central TV, Directed by Clive Rees.