ⓘ Take Three Girls


ⓘ Take Three Girls

Take Three Girls is a television drama series broadcast by BBC1 between 1969 and 1971 which follows three young women sharing a flat in "Swinging London". It was BBC1s first colour drama series.

In the first series shows the cellist Victoria Lisa Goddard, single mother Kate Susan Jameson, and Cockney art student Avril angel down. For the second series, Kate and Avril were replaced by journalist Jenny Carolyn Seymour, and American psychology graduate Lulie Barra Grant.

The original series of two seasons of 12 episodes each were shown on BBC1 between 1969 and 1971, with selected repeats between series. Only 10 episodes of the original 24 still exist.

Four-part sequel take three women, aired on BBC2 in 1982, shows the three characters later on in their life. Victoria is a widow with a young daughter and Avril art gallery owner, while Kate sharing her life with her son and his teacher.

The theme of music - light flying British folk-rock group pentangle was a British chart hit in February 1970. Cuffs also contributed music to take three women.

The tie-in novel Victoria, the writers Terence Brady and Charlotte Bingham, was published in 1972 by W. H. Allen Ltd.

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