Father Brown's Elaine Paige pays tribute to 'welcoming' co-star
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Ahead of her latest TV role airing on BBC this week, Elaine Paige, 74, appeared on Good Morning Britain to chat with Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway about it. She'll be appearing in Father Brown on Friday, and paid a sweet tribute to the star of the show Mark Williams, describing him as "kind and welcoming".
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Elaine plays celebrity florist Octavia Eden, who is newly returned from a successful spell in London to her Cotswolds roots.
Talking about the role, she explained: "There you are, you're plonked in the middle of the Costwolds, all that beautiful scenery and it was just a very happy experience."
Paying tribute to Mark, she continued: "[It's] a fantastic cast, Mark Williams, of course, leading the cast as the sleuth catholic priest.
"[He's a] lovely man and [was] kind and welcoming.