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WINNER / Best Daytime Programme / Broadcast Awards
Doing their bit for the war
Set in England during the Second World War, Land Girls is a five-part drama that captures the sacrifices and experiences of four young women in the Women's Land Army. Sharing hardships and working alongside captured POWs, Annie, Bea, Joyce and Nancy toil in the fields to grow food for the war effort.
Commissioned by the BBC to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the start of World War II, Land Girls is a tribute to all the women who answered their country's call for service to do their bit on the home front, while their men were overseas, fighting the enemy.
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Let me say right from the beginning that I want to like this story. I love movie and books that are set in War-time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. E. Newell
Entertaining and enjoyable series. However, characters are a bit one dimensional and the plots are predictable. Most of the acting is pretty good. Some, a little over the top. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Grace Catledge
Didn't anyone notice that when the black American soldiers were thrown out of the dance by the very bossy GI woman (forgive me, Sheryl Sandberg), that the white English band struck... Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. F Fulbright
Love the British programing and "The Land Girls " certainly entertaining. The stories seemed to be taken from actual records, very believable.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Land Girls sounds interesting by the professionals blurbs, but watching it is a different thing.
Not that it's a rare thing to digress from the storyline of English women... Read more
I wish I had found these 7 years earlier, as I had a dear friend who was a member of the Women's Land Army during WWII. She may have liked to have seen this.Published 10 months ago by Chuck Vellone