The Queen's Nose is a 1995 BBC children's television series. It was adapted by Steve Attridge from the novel The Queen's Nose written by Dick King-Smith. It ran for seven series.  Contents 1 The television series 1.1 Cast 1.2 Owners of The Queen's Nose 1.3 Series overview 2 VHS 3 Radio dramatisation 3.1 Radio dramatisation cast
The Queen's Nose TV Series 1995–2003 25 m IMDb RATING 7.1 /10 707 YOUR RATING Rate Comedy Drama Family Children's series about a magic coin that can grant wishes. Stars Heather-Jay Jones Victoria Shalet Paula Wilcox See production, box office & company info Add to Watchlist 10 User reviews Episodes 44 Top-rated Wed, Dec 11, 1996 S2.E5 Episode #2.5
- Comedy, Drama, Family
- Tom Eames
- Victoria Shalet (Harmony) Victoria left the series in 2000, but she did return for a cameo the following year. The former child actress continued to act for a number of years, appearing in episodes of The Bill, Doctors, Midsomer Murders, Jonathan Creek and various stage productions.
- Heather-Jay Jones (Melody) Heather played Harmony's older sister Melody in the first six series of the show. She holds the bizarre claim to fame of performing on Top of the Pops without actually having a record deal, as it was part of her role as Melody having a number one hit in the series.
- Donald Sumpter (Uncle Ginger) Veteran actor Donald appeared in the first three series as Harmony and Melody's uncle Ginger. Appearing on stage and screen since the 1960s, he arguably found his most famous role in 2011, as kindly Maester Luwin for the first two seasons of Game of Thrones.
- Ella Jones (Sam) Sam became the next owner of the Queen's Nose after Harmony's departure, and remained so until the end of series six. Ella continued acting for several years, appearing in episodes of Doctors and Silent Witness among other shows.
Episode 3. Children's drama. Jordan puts on Sam's coat - with the Queen's Nose in its pocket.
Mar 24, 2021 · THE Queen's Nose was a popular children's television series in the 90s which aired on the BBC. It was adapted from the novel of the same name by Dick King-Smith and followed the adventures...
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The Queen's Nose is a children's novel by Dick King-Smith, first published by Gollancz in 1983 with illustrations by Jill Bennett. Set in England, where King-Smith lived, it features a girl who can use a fifty pence coin to make wishes.