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Robin of Sherwood

Robin of Sherwood
Opening title
Created by Richard Carpenter
Starring Michael Praed
Judi Trott
Nickolas Grace
Robert Addie
Jason Connery
Opening theme "Robin (The Hooded Man)" by Clannad
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 26 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Paul Knight
Esta Charkham
Patrick Dromgoole
Running time 1-hour
Original channel ITV
Original release 28 April 1984 – 28 June 1986

Robin of Sherwood (retitled Robin Hood in the United States) is a British television series, based on the legend of Robin Hood. Created by Richard Carpenter, it was produced by HTV in association with Goldcrest, and ran from 1984 to 1986 on the ITV network. In America it was retitled Robin Hood and shown on the premium cable TV channel Showtime and, later, on PBS. The show starred Michael Praed and Jason Connery as two different incarnations of the title character. Unlike previous adaptations of the Robin Hood legend, Robin of Sherwood combined a gritty, authentic production design with elements of real-life history, 20th century fiction, and pagan myth. The series is also notable for its musical score by Clannad, which won a BAFTA award.


  • Overview 1
  • Cast and characters 2
    • The Merry Men 2.1
    • Main antagonists 2.2
    • Other notable characters 2.3
  • Episodes 3
    • Series 1 3.1
    • Series 2 3.2
    • Series 3 3.3
  • Places of action 4
    • Villages 4.1
      • Castles and cities 4.1.1
      • Abbeys 4.1.2
  • Music 5
  • Crew 6
  • Reception 7
  • DVD and Blu-ray Disc releases 8
    • Bonus features 8.1
  • Audio play: The Knights of the Apocalypse 9
  • References 10
    • Bibliography 10.1
  • External links 11


There were three seasons, composed of a two-hour opening episode and 24 one-hour long episodes, although the pilot is sometimes screened as two one-hour episodes. The episodes comprising "The Swords of Wayland" were transmitted as one episode in the UK on their original screening, on a bank holiday weekend in 1985. The show was shot on film and almost entirely on location, mostly in the northeast and southwest of England; HTV West in Bristol was the base of operations, and most of the filming was done in and around Bristol and its surrounding counties. Primary locations were the Blaise Castle Estate in North Bristol and Vassals Park to the south.

Together with Richard Lester's 1976 film Robin and Marian, Robin of Sherwood is one of the most influential treatments of the core Robin Hood legend since The Adventures of Robin Hood, featuring a realistic period setting and introducing the character of a Saracen outlaw.

Michael Praed played Robin of Loxley in the first two seasons. His 'Merry Men' consisted of Will Scarlet (Ray Winstone), Little John (Clive Mantle), Friar Tuck (Phil Rose), Much (Peter Llewellyn Williams), the Saracen Nasir (Mark Ryan) and Lady Marian (Judi Trott). He is also assisted by Herne the Hunter (John Abineri). As in the legend, Robin is opposed by the Sheriff of Nottingham (Nickolas Grace) and Guy of Gisburne (Robert Addie), as well as the Sheriff's brother Abbot Hugo (Philip Jackson) (representing all the greedy abbots in the legends).

At the end of the second season, Robin of Loxley is killed, and Robert of Huntingdon (played by Jason Connery) replaces him as Robin Hood. During the course of the third season, the new Robin discovers that he is the half-brother of his nemesis Guy of Gisburne (an idea suggested to Carpenter by the fact that both actors had blond hair). This particular story arc was never resolved, as the show's intended fourth (and final) season was never made. The sudden cancellation also broke off Robin and Marion's intended marriage and left Marion at Halstead Abbey as a novice.

At the conclusion of Season Three, Goldcrest was forced to pull out of the venture, due to a downturn in the fortunes of their film arm. Goldcrest had been responsible for critical and commercial hits such as Chariots of Fire (1981) and Gandhi (1982) earlier in the 1980s, but had hit a lean period with such films as Revolution (1985) and Absolute Beginners (1986). The series was expensive to produce; HTV could not afford to finance it alone, and so Robin of Sherwood came to an unexpected end.

Cast and characters

The Merry Men

  • Robin of Loxley (Michael Praed)
    Born the son of Anglo-Saxon nobleman Ailric of Loxley, Robin was raised by his uncle, the local miller, after Ailric was murdered. As an adult, Robin accepts the charge of Herne the Hunter and becomes the prophesied "Hooded Man," champion of the oppressed. Hiding in Sherwood Forest, he assembles a number of friends and fights for freedom and justice. He is killed at the end of Season Two by Norman crossbowmen, on the orders of the Sheriff of Nottingham - the same manner in which his father died.
  • Much (Peter Llewellyn Williams)
    Son of the miller who raised Robin, he admires Robin as his big brother. He is dubbed "the half-wit" by Guy of Gisburne, but he is more uneducated and naive than mentally handicapped. He matures more after the first Robin's death.
  • Will Scarlet (Ray Winstone)
    Originally called Will Scathlock. When his wife, Elena, is raped and trampled to death with horses by mercenaries, he changes his name after slaying several of her killers. Hot-headed and filled with hatred of all things Norman, he is contrasted with the more collected Robin, which frequently leads to conflicts. He has a brother who owns an inn in Lichfield.
  • Little John (Clive Mantle)
    Originally John Little from Hathersage, this giant of a man is placed under a spell by the Baron de Belleme. When Robin defeats the Baron and frees John from the spell, John becomes a loyal friend to Robin (and later, to Robert of Huntington). His hulking figure and immense strength is contrasted by his soft heart.
  • Lady Marion of Leaford (Judi Trott)
    Daughter of a Saxon nobleman believed to be killed in battle, Marion lives as a ward of Abbot Hugo, who is keen on gaining her inheritance. She first enters a nunnery, but when Simon de Belleme desires her as his bride (actually intending to sacrifice her), she escapes into Sherwood Forest, where she falls in love with and marries Robin Hood. She is later rescued from another unwanted marriage, by Robert of Huntingdon.
  • Friar Tuck (Phil Rose)
    The Sheriff of Nottingham's chaplain, he helps Lady Marion escape into Sherwood and joins the Merry Men, forming a fast friendship with Little John.
  • Nasir (Mark Ryan)
    A Saracen assassin, he was captured in Palestine by the Baron de Belleme and brought back to England to work as his henchman. After the Baron is killed by Robin, Nasir - having found respect for Robin during a crucial sword fight - decides to join the Merry Men. Throughout the series, he speaks very little.
  • Robert of Huntingdon (Jason Connery)
    Chosen as Robin's successor by Herne, Robert frees the Merry Men, but thinks himself inadequate to take up the mantle of the Hooded Man, despite his sympathies towards the downtrodden. He changes his mind after Lady Marion is taken by Lord Owen of Clun, and sets out to rescue her, reassembling the scattered Merry Men in the process. Though slightly insecure about taking over, in light of his predecessor, Robert proves to be an excellent leader. He later discovers that he is the half-brother of Guy of Gisburne. Connery's father Sean Connery previously played Robin Hood in Robin and Marian and later played King Richard in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
  • Herne the Hunter (John Abineri)
    A shamanic figure who often incarnates a forest spirit representing the powers of light and goodness, inspiring and protecting the Hooded Man.

Main antagonists

  • Robert de Rainault, Sheriff of Nottingham (Nickolas Grace)
    The king's chief representative in Nottingham and Sherwood, he is mainly interested in increasing his own power and wealth, competing with his younger brother, the Abbot. He considers his serfs mere chattels and hates women. He frequently relies on the brawn of Guy of Gisburne, whom he nonetheless disrespects and ridicules for his failures. His ambition results in strained relations with fellow noblemen (who consider him a "dreadful little man"), and with a succession of kings.
  • Hugo de Rainault, Abbot of St. Mary's (Philip Jackson)
    The sheriff's younger brother and highest-ranking church man in Nottingham, his main interest lies in acquiring land, especially that of his temporary ward, Lady Marion, and her father.
  • Sir Guy of Gisburne (Robert Addie)
    Steward over the abbot's lands and "gamekeeper" of Sherwood, he is the chief military commander in the area. Self-identifying "a warrior and not a courtier", he is prone to disregard diplomacy and tact in favour of brute force but he is sometimes also able to use cunning. He resents the Sheriff for frequently taunting him and Robin for being the cause of these taunts. After a rocky start he gained the (limited) respect of Prince John. Later, it is revealed that he is the Earl of Huntingdon's illegitimate son and thus the second Robin's half-brother.
  • Baron Simon de Belleme (Anthony Valentine)
    A nobleman and also a devil worshipper. As master of the black arts, he controlled both Little John and Nasir, having captured the latter during the Crusades. He desires Lady Marion to sacrifice her to his demons. He is killed by Robin in Season One but his remaining disciples still work towards and actually succeed in his resurrection in Season Two. However he is not heard of or seen in Season Three.
  • Prince John, later King of England (Phil Davis)
  • Gulnar (Richard O'Brien)
    A pagan sorcerer in the entourage of Lord Owen of Clun, he bewitches Lady Marion. After Owen is killed, he sets out to avenge Owen's death - and his own disgrace - on Robin and the Merry Men.

Other notable characters

  • Richard the Lionheart, King of England (John Rhys-Davies)
    First encountered by Robin's band in Sherwood while returning to Nottingham from the Crusades in disguise. He initially appears to be an ally, removing de Rainault from the Sheriff's office and pardoning the outlaws. A warrior by nature and not inclined to remain in and properly govern England, Richard tries to get Robin to join his army, but when Robin, realising what sort of man Richard really is, publicly refuses, he orders Robin killed (unsuccessfully). He subsequently returns to Normandy and is killed by an enemy arrow; the news of his death reaches Nottingham while Prince John is visiting, and Gisburne is the first to declare John the new king.
  • The Old Prisoner (Stuart Linden)
    The mainstay of the Nottingham dungeon, he repeatedly refuses to flee, as he will not part with his pet rat Arthur, and advises all prisoners that the only way out is "feet first".
  • Edward of Wickham (Jeremy Bulloch)
    The headman of the village of Wickham, he and all of the villagers are sympathetic to Robin Hood's band and assist them occasionally.
  • Richard of Leaford (George Baker)
    The father of Lady Marion, important Anglo-Saxon landowner and loyal follower of King Richard, he was captured during the Crusades and presumed dead. Later released by Saladin, he is captured and secretly brought to Nottingham by Prince John, but freed by Robin. Later, he is reconciled to King John (by paying a large sum of money, which also bought a pardon for Marion) and returns to his estates, which are still coveted by the de Rainault brothers.
  • Earl of Huntingdon (Michael Craig)
    An important nobleman and a careful politician, he is father to the second Robin Hood and (unknown to him) also to Guy of Gisburne. When Robert becomes the new Robin Hood, the Earl disinherits him; the two later reconcile emotionally.
  • Lord Owen of Clun (Oliver Cotton)
    A half-Welsh nobleman holding strategically important lands on the Welsh border, he is courted by the Earl of Huntingdon on behalf of King John. Desiring Lady Marion as his wife, he has her kidnapped and bewitched, but he is outsmarted by the Merry Men and killed during their escape.
  • Meg of Wickham (Claire Toeman)
    Little John's girlfriend who lives in the outlaw-friendly village of Wickham.
  • Alan-a-Dale (Peter Hutchinson)
    The former minstrel (and not a very good one!) to the Baron de Bracy, he is in love with the Baron's daughter Mildred.
  • Mildred de Bracy (Stephanie Tague)
    The object of an arranged marriage to the Sheriff of Nottingham (who is after her dowry money), but in love with Alan-a-Dale.
  • Morgwyn of Ravenscar (Rula Lenska)
    Outwardly the Abbess in charge of Ravenscar Abbey near the village of Uffcombe-on-the-Rock, she is secretly an evil witch and the leader of the Cauldron of Lucifer, a powerful coven dedicated to the raising of Lucifer. She seeks the Seven Swords of Wayland to use their power, but one of them (Albion) is in Robin Hood's possession. She succeeds in bewitching the Merry Men and turning them against Robin and Marion for a time, but Robin foils her plans, and she is ultimately destroyed by her own demon riders.
  • Bertrand de Nivelles (Oliver Tobias)
    The leader of a band of mercenaries called in by Guy of Gisburne to destroy Robin Hood and his men.
  • Ralph of Huntingdon (Trevor Clarke)
    A young captain who briefly becomes the Sheriff's new favourite. He is killed by Guy of Gisburne at Castle Belleme.
  • Isadora (Cathryn Harrison)
    The daughter of Lord Agravaine and privy to the secret of Caerleon.
  • Lord Agravaine (Cyril Cusack)
    Robert of Huntington's godfather and guardian of a secret treasure in the castle of Caerleon.
  • Philip Mark (Lewis Collins)
    The brutal former Head Forester of Lincolnshire who is appointed by King John to take Robert de Rainault's place as Sheriff of Nottingham; his tenure as Sheriff is extremely brief.
  • Sarak (Valentine Pelka)
    A Saracen with a scarred face hidden by a mask, he is the right-hand man of Philip Mark and a former hashashin who betrayed the brotherhood's secrets for money. He bears a grudge against Nasir, who was sent after him to kill him, but only scarred him.
  • Roger de Carnac (Matt Frewer)
    On King John's orders, he and his men impersonate the second Robin and the Merry Men in a plan to discredit them with the people.
  • Queen Hadwisa (Patricia Hodge)
    King John's first wife who is unceremoniously cast aside when King John chooses the 11-year-old Isabella as his new wife and who hatches a complex plot to depose John.
  • Adam Bell (Bryan Marshall)
    A famous outlaw who returns to Nottingham from the North after many years.
  • Edgar of Huntingdon (Ian Ogilvy)
    The second Robin's uncle, who has a hidden agenda against his brother, the Earl.
  • Mad Mab (Annabelle Lee)
    A madwoman accused of witchcraft, and defended by the Merry Men. Ultimately it is revealed that she is indeed a witch.
  • Grendel (James Coombes)
    Gulnar's right-hand man under Owen of Clun, he later becomes the fanatical leader of the Sons of Fenris.


# Title Director Writer Original Air Date
Guest cast

Series 1

1.1 Robin Hood and the Sorcerer (Part 1) Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 28 April 1984
Anthony Valentine as Baron Simon de Belleme, Mark Audley as Dickon, Paul Duggan as Tom
1.2 Robin Hood and the Sorcerer (Part 2) Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 28 April 1984
Anthony Valentine as Baron Simon de Belleme, Mark Audley as Dickon, Paul Duggan as Tom
1.3 The Witch of Elsdon Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 5 May 1984
Angharad Rees as Jennet of Elsdon, Cornelius Garrett as Thomas of Elsdon
1.4 Seven Poor Knights From Acre Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 12 May 1984
Yves Beneyton as Reynald de Villaret, Duncan Preston as Heinrich von Erlichshausen, Simon Rouse as Siward
1.5 Alan A Dale Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 19 May 1984
Peter Hutchinson as Alan a Dale, Stephanie Tague as Mildred
1.6 The King's Fool Ian Sharp Richard Carpenter 26 May 1984
John Rhys-Davies as King Richard the Lionheart, Gary Waldhorn as Hubert Walter

Series 2

2.1 The Prophecy Robert Young Richard Carpenter 9 March 1985
Simon Dutton as Mark
2.2 The Children of Israel Alex Kirby Richard Carpenter 16 March 1985
David de Keyser as Joshua de Talmont, Katharine Levy as Sarah de Talmont, Amy Rosenthal as Esther de Talmont, Adam Rosenthal as Samuel de Talmont
2.3 Lord of the Trees James Allen Richard Carpenter 23 March 1985
Oliver Tobias as Bertrand de Nivelle
2.4 The Enchantment James Allen Richard Carpenter 30 March 1985
Gemma Craven as Lilith, Jeremy Bulloch as Edward of Wickham
2.5 The Swords of Wayland (Part 1) Robert Young Richard Carpenter 6 April 1985
Dallas Adams as Peter Verdelet, Norman Bowler as Adam the Miller, Anthony Steel as Earl Godwin, Nick Brimble as Earl Godwin's captain, Marcus Gilbert as Lucifer, Glen Murphy as Sir William Marshall
2.6 The Swords of Wayland (Part 2) Robert Young Richard Carpenter 6 April 1985
Dallas Adams as Peter Verdelet, Norman Bowler as Adam the Miller, Anthony Steel as Earl Godwin
2.7 The Greatest Enemy Robert Young Richard Carpenter 13 April 1985
Robert Daws as Hubert de Giscard, Jeremy Bulloch as Edward of Wickham, Robbie Bulloch as Matthew, Steve Dent and Mark Lewis as Arabs, Graeme Crowther as Robin Hood (uncredited)

Series 3

3.1 Herne's Son (Part 1) Robert Young Richard Carpenter 5 April 1986
Michael Craig as Earl of Huntingdon, Oliver Cotton as Lord Owen of Clun, Richard O'Brien as Gulnar, Daniel Peacock as Sergeant Sparrow, James Coombes as Grendel, Wayne Michaels as Man Guarding Signal Fire
3.2 Herne's Son (Part 2) Robert Young Richard Carpenter 12 April 1986
Michael Craig as Earl of Huntingdon, Oliver Cotton as Lord Owen of Clun, Richard O'Brien as Gulnar, Daniel Peacock as Sergeant Sparrow, Wayne Michaels as Man Guarding Signal Fire
3.3 The Power of Albion Gerry Mill Richard Carpenter 19 April 1986
Max Faulkner as Oliver
3.4 The Inheritance Ben Bolt Anthony Horowitz 26 April 1986
Cathryn Harrison as Isadora, Cyril Cusack as Agrivaine, Jeremy Sinden as Mortimer, Derrick O'Connor as Raven, James Woodard as King Arthur, Hywel Bennett as voice of King Arthur
3.5 The Cross of St. Ciricus Dennis Abbey Richard Carpenter 3 May 1986
Dorothy Tutin as Lady Margaret, Brendan Price as Abbot Martin
3.6 The Sheriff of Nottingham Christopher King Anthony Horowitz 10 May 1986
Lewis Collins as Philip Mark, Valentine Pelka as Sarak, Robert Daws as Hubert de Giscard, Maureen Bennett as Alison
3.7 Cromm Cruac Gerry Mill Anthony Horowitz 17 May 1986
John Horsley as Abbot, Richard O'Brien as Gulnar, Claire Parker as Elena, Ian Redford as Tom the Miller, Graham Weston as William the Blacksmith, Caroline Holdaway as Mary the Miller's wife
3.8 The Betrayal James Allen Andrew McCulloch & John Flanagan 24 May 1986
Matt Frewer as Roger de Carnac, Ian Redford as Tom the Villager
3.9 Adam Bell Gerry Mill Anthony Horowitz 31 May 1986
Bryan Marshall as Adam Bell, Patrick Travis as Matthew, Amanda Hillwood as Lady Isabel, Charlie Condou as Martin, Leo Dolan as Moth, Alan Roberts and Chris Chivers as Outlaws
3.10 The Pretender Robert Young Anthony Horowitz 7 June 1986
Reece Dinsdale as Arthur, Patricia Hodge as Queen Hadwisa, William Russell as The Duke of Gloucester, Cory Pulman as Queen Isabella
3.11 Rutterkin Gerry Mill Richard Carpenter 14 June 1986
Michael Craig as Earl of Huntingdon, Ian Ogilvy as Lord Edgar, Annabel Lee as Mad Mab
3.12 The Time of the Wolf (Part 1) Sid Roberson Richard Carpenter 21 June 1986
Richard O'Brien as Gulnar, John Harding as William Brewer, James Coombes as Grendel, Maureen Bennett as Alison, Iain Armstrong as Villager
3.13 The Time of the Wolf (Part 2) Sid Roberson Richard Carpenter 28 June 1986
Richard O'Brien as Gulnar, John Harding as William Brewer, Maureen Bennett as Alison, Iain Armstrong as Villager

In repeats, episodes have frequently been broadcast out of order, and alternative orders have been suggested. The original running order creates a number of continuity errors, the most notable being Marian's father being referred to as being dead in "The Swords of Wayland" even though he was discovered to be alive in "The Prophecy" and appears in later episodes.

Places of action


  • Loxley – burned village, childhood home of the first Robin.
  • Wickham – village where Meg, lover of Little John lived. An important setting in the series.
  • Cromm Cruac – village-phantom, created by Gulnar. (Named after the Irish deity Cromm Cruac and seen only in the episode of the same name)
  • Elsdon – mentioned in the episode The Witch of Elsdon
  • Uffcombe – village attacked by Hounds of Lucifer

Castles and cities



The music for Robin of Sherwood was composed and performed by Clannad, the Irish folk group. The show's original soundtrack, Legend, was released in 1984 and won the BAFTA award for Best Original Television Music.[1]

Three singles and one EP were released from the album: the theme-tune Robin (The Hooded Man); Now is Here; Scarlet Inside; and the remix of Robin (The Hooded Man) as featured in the third series.

While not all of the show's music is found on the Legend album, some additional pieces can be found on Clannad's albums Macalla (released 1986) and Clannad: Live in Concert, 1996 (released 2005). In November 2003, Clannad revealed on their official web site that "there were several other pieces of music recorded for the third series of Robin of Sherwood that were not included on the Legend album. Unfortunately no-one has been able to locate the master tapes of this music. The search is continuing and hopefully one day these recordings will be able to be released."[2]

Such is the longevity of the series that in 2011 the Pagan Metal band Herne released an album called 'Face of the Hunter' inspired by the series,[3] with the album intro describing the famous falling whole tone motif that occurs in each episode.



A review at, written in 2003, opines:

Richard Marcus, writing on, writes in 2008:

DVD and Blu-ray Disc releases

  • "Series 1 – Part 1 – Episodes 1 To 3 DVD."
  • "Series 1 – Part 2 – Episodes 4 To 6 DVD."
  • "Series 2 – Part 1 – Episodes 1 To 4 DVD."
  • "Series 2 – Part 2 – Episodes 5 To 7 DVD."
  • "Series 3 – Part 1 – Episodes 1 To 6 DVD." ASIN B00006L9YS
  • "Series 3 – Part 2 – Episodes 7 To 13 DVD." ASIN B00006SKVF
  • "The Complete Series 1 DVD" ASIN B00005Q3VG, ASIN B000L21290
  • "The Complete Series 2 DVD" ASIN B000066NSI
  • "Complete DVD"
  • "The Complete Series (NTSC)"

In the US and Canada, the first and second series have been released by Acorn Media in a five DVD set. A second set, containing the complete third season was released on 9 October 2007

In October 2010 Network DVD announced[7] the forthcoming release of Series 1 and 2 in a single Region B Blu-ray set, entitled Robin of Sherwood: Michael Praed (the 3-Disc Blu-ray and DVD bonus disc). This was released on 15 November 2010. In the US and Canada, the first and second series were released on 7 June 2011 by Acorn Media as Robin of Sherwood: Set 1.[8]

Network DVD released[9] Blu-ray set, entitled Robin of Sherwood: Jason Connery, on 31 October 2011.

Bonus features

On The Complete Collection DVD set, there are "seventeen hours of special features", including: fourteen commentary tracks, a documentary on the folk group Clannad creating the score for the series, outtakes, bonus footage, a behind the scenes documentary, four documentaries that look back on the making of the show with former cast and crew, and other behind the scenes footage too.[10]

Audio play: The Knights of the Apocalypse

In July 2015, Bafflegab Productions, the producers of the audio play/comic book series The Scarifyers, announced that they were adapting a feature-length Robin of Sherwood script entitled The Knights of the Apocalypse, written by Richard Carpenter before his death in 2012. Jason Connery, Judi Trott, Ray Winstone, Clive Mantle, Mark Ryan, Phil Rose, Philip Jackson, and Nickolas Grace (Robert of Huntingdon, Lady Marion, Will Scarlet, Little John, Nasir, Friar Tuck, Abbot Hugo, and the Sheriff of Nottingham, respectively) have all agreed to reprise their roles for the project, with Daniel Abineri taking the role of Herne in place of his father, John Abineri, who died in 2000. The audio play is slated for an early 2016 release, with proceeds going to the Sherwood Forest Trust and the British Red Cross.[11][12] After beginning its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in September 2015, the production set a goal of £10,000 within 30 days to cover production costs; due to enthusiastic fan support, however, the goal was reached in just under 24 hours.[13]


  1. ^ Archived 6 November 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "". Retrieved 2013-06-28. 
  3. ^ "King Penda Productions England - Pagan, Doom and Black Metal". 2013-04-29. Retrieved 2013-06-28. 
  4. ^ Review of Robin of Sherwood, Retrieved 2009-09-21.
  5. ^ DVD Review: Robin Of Sherwood – The Complete Collection, Retrieved 2009-09-21.
  6. ^ DVD Review: Robin Of Sherwood – The Complete Collection,, Retrieved 2009-09-21.
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  10. ^ DVD Review: Robin Of Sherwood – The Complete Collection – Page 4, Retrieved 2009-09-21.
  11. ^ Robin of Sherwood to return with stars Jason Connery, Ray Winstone, Judi Trott and Clive Mantle - The Radio Times
  12. ^ Robin of Sherwood
  13. ^ Robin of Sherwood TV fans help audio project move a step closer | Nottingham Post


  • ) by series creator Richard Carpenter. The King's Fool and Alan-A-Dale, Seven Poor Knights from Acre, The Witch of Elsdon, Robin Hood and the Sorcerer Novelisation of the first series ( 
  • May, Robin (1985). Robin of Sherwood and the Hounds of Lucifer. Puffin Books. The Greatest Enemy., and The Enchantment, The Children of Israel, The Prophecy, Lord of the Trees two-parter which actually came towards the end of the second series, not the beginning; it was intended to be shown first, but deferred to show its feature-length episode on the British Bank Holiday weekend. Also novelises The Swords of Wayland Novelises the second series, but begins with  
  • from the beginning of Series Three, showing how Robert of Huntingdon became 'Robin.' The Power of Albion Parts 1 and 2 and Herne's Son Novelises  
  • Carpenter, Richard (1988). Robin of Sherwood: The Time of the Wolf. Puffin Books. Parts 1 & 2). The Time of the Wolf, and Rutterkin, The Cross of St Ciricus Novelises the final episodes of Series Three ( 

[episodes not novelised are The Inheritance, The Sheriff of Nottingham, Cromm Cruac, The Betrayal, Adam Bell, and The Pretender. All of these are the third season episodes that were not written by Richard Carpenter.]

  • Carpenter, Richard (1990). The Complete Adventures of Robin of Sherwood. Puffin Books. novelisations in one volume. Robin of Sherwood The four  
  • Robin of Sherwood Annual 1. Egmont Books Ltd. 1986.  

External links

  • Robin of Sherwood at the Internet Movie Database
  •, BBC Wiltshire's Robin of Sherwood Retrospective and, audio interviews from 2004 with Nickolas Grace, Phil Rose and Richard Carpenter.
  •, Episode guide at
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