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Joanna Lumley

Joanna Lumley



India

Age: 75

Born: 01 May, 1946

Known for

In Finding Alice as Sarah Dillonas Sarah Dillon

in Finding Alice
In Absolutely Fabulous (UK) as Patricia as Patricia "Patsy" Stone

in Absolutely Fabulous (UK)
In Britain's Busiest Airport - Heathrow as Narratoras Narrator

in Britain's Busiest Airport - Heathrow
In British Academy Film Awards as Presenteras Presenter

in British Academy Film Awards

TV Series Starring Joanna Lumley

Finding AliceFinding Alice
ITV, 2021 | Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Finding Alice is a drama series about a woman who loses her husband in a freak accident only to find he has left her to unravel a trail of secrets, debt and criminality.


Joanna Lumley's Home Sweet Home: Travels in My Own LandJoanna Lumley's Home Sweet Home: Travels in My Own Land
ITV, 2021 | Documentary

After a lifetime of travels that have taken her across the globe, Joanna Lumley is making her most personal journey yet. Over three episodes, she'll travel from the Yorkshire Dales to St Michael's Mount, from the Highlands of Scotland to the cobbles of Coronation Street, retracing old steps, meeting inspiring people, and exploring the wonders of the country she calls home.


Joanna Lumley's Unseen AdventuresJoanna Lumley's Unseen Adventures

Joanna Lumley returns with this brand new three-part series, to share her previously unseen travelling adventures. Joanna goes back as far east as Japan and all across the world to Cuba in the west, to share her treasure trove of unseen stories and give viewers an insight into how her travel programmes are made and why she loves to make them. Featuring behind the scenes footage and outtakes, we join Joanna at home as she recalls some of her most memorable journeys and hidden gems from her travels. The series offers viewers the chance to escape back to some incredible countries and enjoy their breath-taking scenery, with the added joy of witnessing what really happened along the way - from translation struggles, to filming with an overzealous dog and the challenges of extreme weather conditions.


Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean - Havana to HaitiJoanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean - Havana to Haiti
ITV, 2020 | Travel, Documentary
Rating: 1/5

Joanna Lumley travels across two of the most enigmatic countries in the Caribbean Cuba and Haiti to explore and uncover the hidden gems that these countries have to offer.


Joanna Lumley's Silk Road AdventureJoanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure

This series is Joanna Lumley's grandest and most challenging journey yet, a breath-taking odyssey from Venice to the Chinese border along the veins of the ancient Silk Road. A perilous network of paths, the Silk Road shaped the modern world, bringing silk, printing, spices, gunpowder, and many other things, to the West. Joanna's adventure will see her travel through a breath-taking array of fabulous landscapes as she crosses continents, deserts, mountains and steppe, boldly following in the footsteps of the merchants, conquerors, kings and pilgrims who once lived and died along this route.


Joanna Lumley's IndiaJoanna Lumley's India
ITV, 2017 | Documentary
Rating: 2/5

Joanna Lumley returns to India, the country in which she was born, for epic new ITV documentary series.This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Independence of India and 2017 is also the "UK-India Year of Culture," marking the close ties between the two nations. Keen to embrace the celebrations, Joanna will take us back to the country of her birth to enjoy the vibrant nation that it is today.A year older than Independent India itself, Joanna was born in India into the last days of The Raj and India was home to both sides of her family for several generations. It's a deeply personal journey for her, as she spends time in the place where her maternal grandparents lived during the 1920s and 30s, when her grandfather, Lieutenant-Colonel Leslie Weir, was the Political Officer of Sikkim, Bhutan and Tibet. It was where her mother lived when she was small and so holds a strong family connection for Joanna.Joanna will travel the length and breadth of India, over 5000 miles, for an immersive and extraordinary exploration of its diverse landscapes, different cultural traditions and incomparable spirit. Discovering how independence has shaped it into the constantly evolving and endlessly fascinating country it is today.


Joanna Lumley's PostcardsJoanna Lumley's Postcards

Joanna Lumley's Postcards is an ITV documentary series that looks back at some of her previous adventures, recalling the amazing places, people and things she has encountered on her numerous expeditions abroad and giving new insights into her voyages.Taking in Greece, China, Russia, Egypt, Sudan, Uganda and Mongolia to name just a few, Joanna's travels have been anything but ordinary. She has always thrown herself completely into the culture and history of the places she has visited and has delighted in meeting captivating local characters along the way.This series features Joanna's very own highlights and a personal trip down memory lane, using her journals to provide a new look into the moments she most treasures from her travels.


Joanna Lumley's JapanJoanna Lumley's Japan
ITV, 2016 | Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Joanna's 2,000 mile journey through Japan as she explores some of the most uncharted corners of the country's 6,800 mystical islands. In Hokkaido, Joanna traverses the island's areas of outstanding natural beauty, meeting some of the country's most endangered wild animals en route, before heading south towards Tokyo and the ancient capital of temple-filled Kyoto. On foot she takes in the forgotten island of Shikoku - one of Japan's four main islands - home to the Iya Valley and the yuzu fruit flavours now becoming popular in UK supermarkets. Finally, after exploring the geologically active region of Kyushu with its volcanic landscape and abundance of hot springs, Joanna finishes her journey in Kohama, one of Japan's smallest and most remote pacific islands, luxuriating on its idyllic beaches.


Britain's Busiest Airport - HeathrowBritain's Busiest Airport - Heathrow

This is a documentary series that takes a look behind the scenes at the country's biggest and busiest international airport.


Joanna Lumley's Trans-Siberian AdventureJoanna Lumley's Trans-Siberian Adventure

The series sees Joanna travel from East to West, departing from Hong Kong across 5777 miles of both Asia and Europe, through seven time zones, taking in an immense panorama of vistas and cultures, people and places, before her final arrival in Moscow.


British Academy Film AwardsBritish Academy Film Awards
BBC One, 2006 | Award Show
Rating: 1/5

The "British Academy Film Awards" are presented in an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). Since 1948, it has rewarded the very best in filmmaking shown in British theatres during the preceding year. BAFTA is the leading independent charity in the UK supporting, developing and promoting the art forms of the moving image. Find out how we are inspiring the next generation of talent in the film, television and video games industries.


Jam & JerusalemJam & Jerusalem
BBC One, 2006 | Comedy, Family
Rating: 1/5

Set in a small West Country village, Jam & Jerusalem is all about Sal who, along with best friend Tip, the surgery's receptionist with an intricate knowledge of everyone's ailments, lives a busy life at the center of their community.


Sensitive Skin (UK)Sensitive Skin (UK)

Suddenly, it's sexy to be 60 in this dark comedy starring Joanna Lumley and Denis Lawson. Sensitive Skin looks at life through the eyes of a successful couple living in metropolitan London. Along with their friends, Al and Davina Jackson struggle with sexual temptation and professional jealousy and try to cope with their fear of the future. Al is a pundit for a broadsheet newspaper and is paid to find imperfection in everything; Davina works in an art gallery and is paid to make life more beautiful. However, being 60 isn't simple. The couple's 30-year-old son, Orlando, refuses to acknowledge adulthood, while Davina's sister, Veronica, and her husband, Roger, intimidate the Jacksons with their confident and controlled grasp of life.


Absolutely Fabulous (UK)Absolutely Fabulous (UK)
BBC One, 1992 | Comedy
Rating: 3.2/5

This hit British comedy series began 1992 and remains one of the BBC's highest rated and most popular shows. Absolutely Fabulous follows the lives of three (and later four) generations of the Monsoon family and the people around them.


Children in NeedChildren in Need
BBC One, 1980 | Family, Variety
Rating: 5/5

Children in Need provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. We are local to people in all corners of the UK and support small and large organizations which empower children and extend their life choices. The BBC Children in Need Appeal Night takes place every year in November. The Appeal show is a whole evening of entertainment on BBC One with celebrities singing, dancing, and doing all sorts of crazy things to help raise money.


Sapphire & SteelSapphire & Steel
ITV, 1979 | Action, Adventure, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 5/5

Sapphire and Steel was a unique blend of science-fiction and thriller. The series concerned two time detectives who rectified time disturbances and their bizarre effects.


The New AvengersThe New Avengers

In The New Avengers, Patrick Macnee reprises his role of John Steed of The Avengers (1961-69) but this time with two new partners, Mike Gambit (Gareth Hunt) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley). Like its predecessor, the series often featured fantastical plots with diabolical masterminds as villains, but this new version infused the franchise with a thrilling new feel. Bold colors, spectacular shooting locations, and less-ambiguous plots & characters all combined to present an exciting new series.