To protect his treasured Cornwall, Ross must risk all he loves most to challenge George in new circles of power on a journey to the nation’s capital.
Aidan Turner on Ross
"Ross realises that an opportunity to get to London represents the only way he can make change happen.
Ross is well educated but he understands the plight of the workingman.Aidan Turner
"Cornwall is too far away from where the decisions are made and although Ross has a lot of influence there and people listen to him, change doesn’t happen fast enough.
"He is starting to realise that people are attracted to his energy and they listen to him because he is this bridge between the working class and the gentry; he is well educated but he understands the plight of the workingman."