An engaging story of family, love and life and people's ever-changing fortunes in rural England. Set against the rugged landscape of Yorkshire, this popular programme follows the busy public and private lives of District Nurses, as they bring nursing and emotional care to the needy – young and old alike. Made initially by Anglia Television and later by Meridian Televison for the ITV Network.

Where the Heart Is - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 1997-04-06

Where the Heart Is - Where the Heart Is (2000 film) - Netflix

Where the Heart Is is a 2000 American romantic drama film directed by Matt Williams in his film directing debut. The film stars Natalie Portman, Stockard Channing, Ashley Judd, and Joan Cusack with supporting roles performed by James Frain, Dylan Bruno, Keith David, and Sally Field. The screenplay, written by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, is based on the best-selling novel by Billie Letts. The film follows five years in the life of Novalee Nation, a pregnant 17-year-old, who is abandoned by her boyfriend at a Walmart in a small Oklahoma town. She secretly moves into the store, where she eventually gives birth to her baby, which attracts media attention. With the help of friends, she makes a new life for herself in the town.

Where the Heart Is - Cast - Netflix

Natalie Portman as Novalee Nation Ashley Judd as Lexie Coop Stockard Channing as Thelma “Sister” Husband Joan Cusack as Ruth Meyers James Frain as Forney Hull Dylan Bruno as Willy Jack Pickens Keith David as Moses Whitecotton Richard Andrew Jones as Mr. Sprock Sally Field as Mama Lil Angee Hughes as Religious woman Margaret Hoard as Mary Elizabeth Hull Mackenzie Fitzgerald as Americus Nation David Alvarado as Tommy Reynolds Richard Nance as Johnny DeSotto Bob Coonrod as Ernie Cody Linley as Brownie Coop Heather Kafka as Delphia Adrian Garza as Young Brownie (uncredited)

Where the Heart Is - References - Netflix