"Facing life alone...they turned to crime together."Three armed robbers - Harry Rawlins, Terry Miller and Joe Pirelli - are killed during an armed robbery. They are survived by their widows, Dolly Rawlins (Ann Mitchell), Shirley Miller (Fiona Hendley) and Linda Pirelli (Maureen O'Farrell). With the police applying pressure, and a rival gang intending to take over Harry Rawlins' crime business, the widows turn to Dolly for leadership.
Three armed robbers, Harry Rawlins, Terry Miller and Joe Pirelli, die when the security van that they are robbing catches fire in the Kingsway Tunnel in London. Their widows, Dolly Rawlins,...
Widows was a British primetime television serial aired in 1983, produced by Euston Films for Thames Television and aired on the ITV network.
The six-part series revolved was written by crime writer Lynda La Plante. The executive producer was Verity Lambert.
The haunting music that was heard at intervals throughout series 1 and in the final credits of Widows 2, is "What Is Life to Me Without Thee" from the opera L'Orfeo, sung here by Kathleen Ferrier.