Brideshead Revisited [Evelyn Waugh]

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Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and he recalls his friend Sebastian.

Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and he recalls his friend Sebastian.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

Midway through the war, a disillusioned Captain Charles Ryder finds himself posted to a remote country retreat. It's Brideshead Castle, scene of the happiest years of his young, impressionable life and the beginnings of his friendship with Sebastian Flyte - whose presence will forever haunt him.

Evelyn Waugh's most famous novel of life, love and a forgotten era.

Starring Ben Miles as Charles Ryder, Jamie Bamber as Sebastian Flyte, Benjamin Whitrow as Mr Ryder, Anne-Marie Duff as Julia and Toby Jones as Brideshead.

Adapted by Jeremy Front.

Music by Neil Brand

Director: Marion Nancarrow

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2003.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

During the Second World War, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and he recalls his friend Sebastian. Stars Ben Miles.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

During the Second World War, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and he recalls his friend Sebastian. Stars Ben Miles.

During the Second World War, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and he recalls his friend Sebastian. Stars Ben Miles.

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Evelyn Waugh's most famous novel of life, love and a forgotten era.

Dramatisation of Evelyn Waugh's tale of faith, love and war, starring Ben Miles

During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.

Midway through the war, a disillusioned Captain Charles Ryder finds himself posted to a remote country retreat. It's Brideshead Castle, scene of the happiest years of his young, impressionable life and the beginnings of his friendship with Sebastian Flyte - whose presence will forever haunt him.

Starring Ben Miles as Charles Ryder, Jamie Bamber as Sebastian Flyte, Anne-Marie Duff as Julia, Abby Ford as Cordelia, Toby Jones as Brideshead, Tom Smith as Boy Mulcaster, Ann Beach as Nanny Hawkins, Martin Hyder as Jasper, Geoffrey Streatfeild as Anthony Blanche, Andrew Wincott as Hooper, Scott Brooksbank as Collins.
Dramatised in four parts by Jeremy Front.

Music by Neil Brand

Director: Marion Nancarrow

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2003.

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Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

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Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.

Dramatisation of Evelyn Waugh's tale of faith, love and war, starring Ben Miles

Friendship with the ebullient Sebastian Flyte continues to open up new vistas for Charles. But for Sebastian, the family is closing in.

Evelyn Waugh's most famous novel of life, love and a forgotten era.

Starring Ben Miles as Charles Ryder, Jamie Bamber as Sebastian Flyte, Anne-Marie Duff as Julia, Eleanor Bron as Lady Marchmain, William Hope as Rex Mottram, Abby Ford as Cordelia, Edward Petherbridge as Lord Marchmain, Liza Sadovy as Cara, Benjamin Whitrow as Mr Ryder, Thomas Arnold as Mr Samgrass, Toby Jones as Brideshead, Tom Smith as Boy Mulcaster, Ann Beach as Nanny, Emma Woolliams as Death's Head, Laura Doddington as the Sickly Child and Martin Hyder as the Sergeant.

Dramatised in four parts by Jeremy Front.

Music by Neil Brand

Director: Marion Nancarrow

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2003.

Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

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Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles - who's lured by Paris and Art.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles - who's lured by Paris and Art. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles - who's lured by Paris and Art.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles - who's lured by Paris and Art. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles - who's lured by Paris and Art. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris. Stars Ben Miles and Jamie Bamber.

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Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

Dramatisation of Evelyn Waugh's tale of faith, love and war, starring Ben Miles

With their friendship strained, Sebastian continues his drinking and Charles is lured by Paris and art.

Evelyn Waugh's most famous novel of life, love and a forgotten era.

Starring Ben Miles as Charles Ryder, Jamie Bamber as Sebastian Flyte, Benjamin Whitrow as Mr Ryder, Eleanor Bron as Lady Marchmain, William Hope as Rex Mottram, Anne-Marie Duff as Julia, Abby Ford as Cordelia, Thomas Arnold as Mr Samgrass, Toby Jones as Brideshead, Eve Best as Celia, Geoffrey Streatfeild as Anthony Blanche, Tom Smith as Boy Mulcaster, Carl Prekopp as Kurt, Jemma Churchill as the Nurse, Andrew Wincott as Wilcox and Martin Hyder as the Monk.

Dramatised in four parts by Jeremy Front.

Music composed by Neil Brand

Director: Marion Nancarrow

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2003.

Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris

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Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

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Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Dramatisation of Evelyn Waugh's tale of faith, love and war, starring Ben Miles

Charles is overwhelmed by meeting Julia again on board ship, but will his relationship with the Marchmain family still prove to be jinxed?

Conclusion of Evelyn Waugh's most famous novel of life, love and a forgotten era.

Starring Ben Miles as Charles Ryder, Jamie Bamber as Sebastian Flyte, Benjamin Whitrow as Mr Ryder, Eleanor Bron as Lady Marchmain, William Hope as Rex Mottram, Anne-Marie Duff as Julia, Abby Ford as Cordelia, Thomas Arnold as Mr Samgrass, Toby Jones as Brideshead, Eve Best as Celia, Geoffrey Streatfeild as Anthony Blanche, Tom Smith as Boy Mulcaster, Andrew Wincoot as Wilcox, Liza Sadovy as Cara, Ann Beach as Nanny Hawkins, Edward Petherbridge as Lord Marchmain, Sean Baker as the Doctor and Jonathan Keeble as Father MacKay.

Dramatised in four parts by Jeremy Front.

Music composed by Neil Brand

Director: Marion Nancarrow

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2003.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

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Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.

Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but his relationship with the Marchmains faces stormy waters. Stars Jamie Bamber.