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Some scenes in the series are based on true events.
In one episode Celia and Alan are shown laughing at an argument between Caroline and her husband in the next room; Wainwright recalls discovering her mother and stepfather in the same situation after Wainwright had had an argument with her husband Austin.
Starring Sir Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid as Alan and Celia, former childhood sweethearts, who are now in their seventies.
Reunited via Facebook, they meet, fall in love, and plan to marry.
"Or they are in relationship, married, to men and just can't be brave enough [to leave].
"Or other women, who watched the show and say because of watching the show 'I came out to my mum'." She added: "And I didn't realise when I started to play Caroline that she would have this extraordinary impact. "There are very few pieces that I've done in my working life that I could say I'm proud of, but Caroline is certainly the one I'm most proud of. Here was the most glorious drama which Sally then did do absolutely brilliantly to demonstrate same sex relationships between women by normalising it, without sensationalising it or making it titilating.
It was broadcast on BBC One from 19 November 2013 to 24 December 2013.They were attracted to each other in the 1950s, but never expressed their feelings, and Celia moved away with her parents.In the present day, they are reunited after being persuaded to join Facebook by their respective grandchildren.Sarah Lancashire: ''ve never had a response quite like it to be honest.I still get letters now from people in this country and in America who are women who have come out later on in life and have very complicated and tragic stories in a sense.' Appearing in an event alongside writer Sally Wainwright, Lancashire said she had never had a response quite like that to her role of Caroline, whose lover was killed off at the end of the last series.