Faraday and his wife sadly could not have children of their own, but unlike the fictional childless marriages depicted in several of Michael Kitchen’s other films, the Faradays remained devoted to each other and made the best of their situation by often hosting their nieces and nephews. What fun to see Michael Kitchen playing a man with such an affinity for kids.

Sarah Faraday was played by Ann Penfold, who was Anne opposite MK’s Branwell. Same time period depicted, but thank goodness the long, bushy sideburns fashionable then were toned down for Michael Kitchen’s Faraday.


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