Suranne Jones once again leads the cast of Gentleman Jack as it returns for a second series on the BBC.

Created by Sally Wainwright, the series follows landowner and industrialist Anne Lister (played by Jones) in 1830s Yorkshire and is based off her collected diaries.

Largely written in secret code, they document a lifetime of lesbian relationships, one of which was seen in series one as Anne Lister and Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle) fell in love.

For a synopsis of series two the Radio Times wrote: "A month on from their private marriage ceremony, Anne and Ann consider moving in together at Shibden Hall - a prospect that horrifies Ann's protective family, even if they are not quite sure what it is they disapprove of.

Dorset Echo: Suranne Jones as Anne Lister (BBC/Lookout Point/HBO/Aimee Spinks)Suranne Jones as Anne Lister (BBC/Lookout Point/HBO/Aimee Spinks)

"The couple prepare for a honeymoon abroad, but the devastated Mariana Lawton's jealousy signals more trouble ahead."

When will Gentleman Jack series two be on TV?

The first episode of Gentleman Jack series two will air at 9pm on BBC One on Sunday, April 10.

After that the episodes will air weekly at the same time, with their being eight episodes in total for the series.

Who is in the full cast of Gentleman Jack series two?

Suranne Jones as Anne Lister

Sophie Rundle as Ann Walker

Jessica Baglow as Hemingway

Timothy West as Jeremy Lister

Gemma Whelan as Marian Lister

Gemma Jones as Aunt Anne Lister

Joanna Scanlan as Isabella ‘Tib’ Norcliffe

Dorset Echo: Joanna Scanlan as 'Tib' Norcliffe (BBC/Lookout Point/HBO/Sam Taylor)Joanna Scanlan as 'Tib' Norcliffe (BBC/Lookout Point/HBO/Sam Taylor)

Lydia Leonard as Marianna Lawton

Jodhi May as Lady Vere Hobart

Katherine Kelly as Elizabeth Sutherland

Derek Riddell as Captain George Sutherland

Rosie Cavaliero as Elizabeth Cordingley

Amelia Bullmore as Eliza Priestley

Peter Davison as William Priestley

Vincent Franklin as Christopher Rawson

Shaun Dooley as Jeremiah Rawson

Joe Armstrong as Samuel Washington

Anthony Flanagan as Ben Sowden

John Hollingworth as Mr Abbott

Michael D. Xavier as Dr Steph Belcombe