"All I knew was that it was a really steamy, racy read and my grandparents had always said that the copy was well thumbed in libraries, and one particular middle central page! But as a modern reader, post-Fifty Shades Of Grey, I was like, 'Oh, I don't see what all the fuss is about!"
And Richard Madden talked about his tv!dad Ned Stark playing the same role in 1993: "I blocked it out of my mind, just to prevent myself being influenced."
James Norton mentioned changes from the book: "The idea was to tell it as a love story, a love triangle, and focus on the emotions of the characters."
Do you think Lady Chatterley's Lover is going to be 'the new Poldark' as the press says, ONTD?