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It's abhorrent.'The trust came under fire last week for 'outing' the country squire of Felbrigg Hall with a new film about his sexuality.
As part of the National Trust's 'Prejudice and Pride' series celebrating its LGBTQ heritage, it has released a film about Mr Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, narrated by Stephen Fry, that divulges his private life.
He was discreet about his sexuality, and I can see no reason why the National Trust should not have respected this.
It has betrayed his gift and his trust.' In a statement, Annabel Smith, the Trusts' head of volunteering, said staff and volunteers sign up to the organisation's 'core ambition', adding that the Trust was committed to 'promoting equality of opportunity and inclusion'.
The critically acclaimed six-parter was a huge success that made a sex symbol out of Colin, earned a Best Actress BAFTA for his co-star Jennifer and is credited with bringing period drama to a fresh generation of younger viewers.
But when it first went out on BBC1 on 24 September 1995 no one guessed it would change the TV landscape.
‘There was very much a kind of young, physical, funny, sexy vibe to it.
And maybe that’s why people still love it.’Jane Austen’s world is very female, but Andrew wanted to put men at the heart of the drama. Later Darcy was seen fencing with Bingley and, of course, swimming in the lake at Pemberley.
In fact the first scene Colin and Jennifer had to shoot was the proposal scene where Lizzy turns him down.‘On the day Colin was due to dive in, the plan was to remove all the slabs by crane.When I arrived the last slab was still in place but I was told there was no need to move it.They barely knew each other but Colin nailed it, says Adrian Lukis, who played dastardly Army officer Mr Wickham.‘Because it’s so inappropriate to do that early and it’s so nerve-racking, we gave it a tremendous amount of attention and got a degree of adrenaline working up to it, so it was invested with something it would never have had if we’d done it later, when everyone had settled in. Their subsequent real-life romance is testimony to that.
The decision to use their godfather has outraged the godsons of the squire, who owned Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk and left it to the trust after his death in 1969.