Jamaica Inn to be filmed in Northern Ireland

The Telegraph says the forthcoming BBC adaptation of Jamaica Inn will be filmed in Northern Ireland, rather than Bodmin Moor.

A spokeswoman for the BBC said:

BBC Northern Ireland Drama have been developing Jamaica Inn with Origin Pictures for over 18 months and enjoy a longstanding relationship. This commission is part of the BBC’s on-going commitment to establish a drama base in Northern Ireland which provides a strong, talented crew base, great locations and logistical ease.

Origin Pictures say the three-part drama is likely to be screened around Christmas. There is no news about who will star, but it will be written by Emma Frost.

You can read the Telegraph article (with outraged comments from the Cornish), here.


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