Me & Mrs. Jones

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Though its title is lifted from the popular 1970s song, the British drama Me & Mrs. Jones is eminently up-to-date in its tone and content. Robson Green stars as tabloid journalist Liam Marple, who at the behest of his boss (and ex-wife), Jane (Keeley Hawes), sets about to dig up dirt on Laura Bowden (Caroline Goodall), the new British Prime Minister. Posing as a political fundraiser, Liam gains entrance into Number 10 Downing, where he promptly wins the confidence of the idealistic PM. A thorough professional, Liam had never counted on falling in love with Laura, but that is precisely what happens -- and neither Jane nor Laura's husband, Richard (Philip Quast), is all that pleased over this particular "scoop." Originally telecast in the U.K. in 2002, Me & Mrs. Jones was seen in America as part of PBS' Masterpiece Theatre anthology on January 26, 2003.


Robson Green
as Liam Marple
Caroline Goodall
as Laura Bowden
Philip Quast
as Richard Bowden
Michael Maloney
as Ivan McDermott
Peter Firth
as Benedict
Katy Murphy
as Michelle
Kate Murphy
as Michelle
Christopher James
as Simon Haxby
Lisa Hayes
as Miranda Kelly
Terence Harvey
as Hugh Bateman
Chloe Howman
as Heather
Tom Knight
as TV Presenter
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