The Weather In The Streets

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The Weather in the Streets was firstly a novel by Rosamond Lehmann, set in the 1920s and published in 1936. Olivia Curtis, a young woman, has an affair with a married man, Rollo Spencer, who she meets on a railway journey (after having met him, initially, years before at a ball). Directed by Don Homfray and Gavin Millar from a screenplay by Julian Mitchell, it became a 1983 a BBC TV movie production starring Michael York, Lisa Eichhorn and Joanna Lumley. It was first broadcast on 12 February 1984.[1]

A BBC preview available on Youtube includes a scene with 7812 Erlestoke Manor arriving at Arley.

See also

List of film and TV productions filmed on the Severn Valley Railway


  1. Internet Movie Database


The Weather in the Streets on
BBC preview on YouTube
The novel on Wikipedia