Eye of the Storm was a children’s fantasy thriller serial made in the early 1990’s but with a classic 70’s vibe. Down on England’s South Coast conservationist Tom Frewen and his daughter Nell get caught up in the sinister plans of a figure from the 17th century who is hoping to bring about some kind of ecological crisis.
UK / ITV-Meridian-Childsplay / 6×25 minute episodes / Broadcast 1992
Writer: Richard Cooper / Music: Henry Marsh / Executive Producer: Janie Grace / Producer and Director: Peter Tabern
BILL NIGHY as Tom Frewen
CORDELIA BUGEJA as Nell Frewen
KRISTOPHER MILNES as Luke Montliskeard
JUDY PARFITT as Martha Tabbert
JOHN McGLYNN as Runceford/Erlington
TONY BLUTO as Howie
MICHAEL FEAST as Tiarks
FELIPE IZQUIERDO as Rob Appleton
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