- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Historical
- Starring: Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson
- Studio: PBS
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Poldark is a British historical drama television series based on the novels of the same title by Winston Graham and starring Aidan Turner in the lead role. The series was written and adapted by Debbie Horsfield for the BBC, and directed by several directors throughout its run. Set between 1781 and 1801, the plot follows the titular character on his return to Cornwall after the American War of Independence in 1783. The series first aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 8 March 2015 in eight parts, and in seven parts on PBS in the United States, which supported the production, on 21 June 2015 as part of its Masterpiece anthology. The first series was based on the first two Poldark novels by Graham. It is the second screen adaptation of Graham’s novels, following a television series broadcast by BBC One between 1975 and 1977.
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Late 1796. Food shortages continue to plague Cornwall. Angry locals riot after witnessing grain being sold illegally to foreign buyers. A grain merchant is killed during the fracas; local man Jago Martin is arrested for his murder and the Carne brothers charged with inciting a riot. MP George Warleggan manipulates a trial where they are all found guilty and sentenced to hang. Ross ensures Demelza learns none of this and, at the scene of the hanging, he argues strongly in defence of the men. The presiding Sir Francis Basset frees the Carne brothers, but Jago is hanged. Meanwhile, an election is called. Lord Falmouth nominates Lt. Hugh Armitage as his candidate, to oppose Warleggan. Armitage, with fragile health, continues to pursue Demelza who barely resists his advances. Caroline Enys informs her husband, Dwight, that she is pregnant. After entertaining Sir Francis for dinner, Ross and Demelza discuss their infidelities and future.
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Early 1797. Dwight informs Lord Falmouth that his nephew, Hugh, is not healthy enough to run for a seat in Parliament. Lord Falmouth dismisses Dwight and summons Dr. Choake in his stead. George¡¯s henchman, Tom Harry, challenges Sam to a wrestling match that is part of the Sawle Feast festivities that the villagers are preparing to celebrate. With encouragement from Emma Tregirls, Sam accepts Tom Harry¡¯s challenge. Meanwhile, Demelza and Caroline Eyns conspire to help Falmouth and Sir Francis Basset reach an agreement on backing the best candidate for Parliament. Appalled at Dr. Choake¡¯s course of treatment for Hugh, Falmouth changes his mind and summons Dwight. Tom Harry win the wrestling match by cheating. Keeping his promise to Elizabeth, George summarily fires Tom Harry from his employ. Dwight sends for Demelza to comfort a dying Hugh; Falmouth convinces Ross to run in Hugh¡¯s place. Ross narrowly wins the election over an ever spiteful George. Hugh Armitage dies; Emma tells Sam she is leaving to work as a maid for Basset and will give him an answer to his proposal in a year.