Daniel Deronda [George Eliot]

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01Attraction1999053020181205 (BBC7)
20181206 (BBC7)

From the moment their eyes meet across a packed gaming room, Daniel Deronda is as drawn to Gwendolen Harleth as she is to him.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Sarah Collier as Baroness Langen, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo, Katherine Igoe as Catherine, Noreen Leighton as Lydia,Simon Tait as Lush and Gregor Powrie as Rex.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

From the moment their eyes meet across a packed gaming room, Daniel Deronda is as drawn to Gwendolen Harleth as she is to him.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Sarah Collier as Baroness Langen, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo, Katherine Igoe as Catherine, Noreen Leighton as Lydia,Simon Tait as Lush and Gregor Powrie as Rex.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

From the moment their eyes meet across a packed gaming room, Daniel Deronda is as drawn to Gwendolen Harleth as she is to him.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism, dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Sarah Collier as Baroness Langen, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo, Katherine Igoe as Catherine, Noreen Leighton as Lydia,Simon Tait as Lush and Gregor Powrie as Rex.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

02Marriage1999060620181206 (BBC7)
20181207 (BBC7)

Gwendolen is now trapped in a cruel and loveless marriage with the philandering Grandcourt.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Mark McDonnell as Mordecai, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Gerda Stevenson as Mrs Meyrick, Sarah Collier as Mrs Arrowpoint, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo and Steven McNicoll as Ezra Cohen.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

Gwendolen is married to Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

Gwendolen is now trapped in a cruel and loveless marriage with the philandering Grandcourt.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Mark McDonnell as Mordecai, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Gerda Stevenson as Mrs Meyrick, Sarah Collier as Mrs Arrowpoint, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo and Steven McNicoll as Ezra Cohen.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

Gwendolen is married to Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

Gwendolen is now trapped in a cruel and loveless marriage with the philandering Grandcourt.

George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Mark McDonnell as Mordecai, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Gerda Stevenson as Mrs Meyrick, Sarah Collier as Mrs Arrowpoint, Sandy Neilson as Sir Hugo and Steven McNicoll as Ezra Cohen.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

Gwendolen is married to Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

03Tensions1999061320181207 (BBC7)
20181208 (BBC7)

In the sun-drenched port of Genoa, Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become eternally and tragically entwined.

Conclusion of George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Noreen Leighton as Lydia, Simon Tait as Lush, Vivienne Dixon as Leonara and Mark McDonnell as Mordecai.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

A heady mix of death, revelation, politics and marriage make up the climax to this classic

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

In the sun-drenched port of Genoa, Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become eternally and tragically entwined.

Conclusion of George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Noreen Leighton as Lydia, Simon Tait as Lush, Vivienne Dixon as Leonara and Mark McDonnell as Mordecai.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

A heady mix of death, revelation, politics and marriage make up the climax to this classic

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel

In the sun-drenched port of Genoa, Gwendolen and Daniel's fates become eternally and tragically entwined.

Conclusion of George Eliot's 1876 classic novel of love and idealism - dramatised in three parts by Robert Forrest.

Stars Anna Chancellor as Gwendolen Harleth, James Bryce as Grandcourt, Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Deronda, Joanna Tope as Mrs Davilow, Finlay Welsh as Klesmer, Lucy Patterson as Mirah, Noreen Leighton as Lydia, Simon Tait as Lush, Vivienne Dixon as Leonara and Mark McDonnell as Mordecai.

Director: Patrick Rayner

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1999.

A heady mix of death, revelation, politics and marriage make up the climax to this classic

Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel