Perhaps most well-known as the straight talking, no-messin' Nessa from hit BBC comedy Gavin & Stacey, Ruth Jones turns her hand to playing another formidable personality this week in new BBC Four drama Hattie. The drama features scenes that recreate the filming of Carry On Cabby in 1963, in which Hattie Jacques starred as the manager of an all-female minicab firm called GlamCabs.
It was during the filming of this seventh Carry On film that Jacques embarked on the affair.
Welsh star Jones plays Hattie opposite Robert Bathurst, who portrays husband Le Mesurier, while Aidan Turner plays Schofield. Hattie is on BBC Four on Wednesday 19 January at 9pm, and then available on BBC iPlayer for the subsequent seven days. Robert Bathurst (John Le Mesurier), Lewis Macleod (Eamonn Andrews) and Ruth Jones (Hattie Jacques). The programme is followed by the 1963 edition of This Is Your Life featuring Hattie Jacques.


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Lightboxes allow you to categorize groups of photos and send them to your friends or colleagues. Happily married to Dad's Army actor John Le Mesurier, Hattie was at the height of her popularity when she began an affair with her handsome young driver, John Schofield. Despite the danger of a career-threatening scandal, when the film ended she couldn't bring herself to end the affair and Schofield moved into an attic room as a lodger in the family home.


Other cast members include Jeany Spark, Marcia Warren, Stephen Crichlow, Jay Simpson, Brian Pettifer and Lewis Macleod. Plus, Ruth Jones is set to discuss her role on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on Wednesday 19 January. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.



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