North & South is a British television series produced by the BBC and originally broadcast on BBC One in four episodes in November and December 2004 follows the story of Margaret Hale, a young woman in southern England, which is moving to the north after his father decided to leave the priesthood. The family is struggling to adapt to the mores of the industrial city, especially after meeting the Thorntons, a proud family of cotton mill owner who seems to despise their social superiors. The story explores the themes of class and gender, such as Margaret sympathy factory is in violation of the city, with its growing appeal of John Thornton.
The series is based on the Victorian novel 1855 North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell. E ‘was adapted for television by Sandy Welch and directed by Brian Percival.