David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of the novel by Charles Dickens.

Episodes

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20051205

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

1/20. Young David meets an admirer of his widowed mother and goes to stay by the sea with the family of their beloved housekeeper, Peggotty.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

Young David ...... Steven Williams

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Clara ...... Colleen Prendergast

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Murdstone ...... Wayne Foskett

Little Emily ...... Lulu Popplewell

Barkis/Doctor ...... Harry Myers

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Creakle ...... Paul Ritter

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mick Walker/Inn Keeper ...... Richard Firth

Mrs Micawber ...... Alison Pettit

Boy ...... Daniel Anthony

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051206

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Mike Walker.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

2/20. David gets a nasty shock when he returns from Yarmouth. Family life will never be the same again.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

Young David ...... Steven Williams

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Clara ...... Colleen Prendergast

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Murdstone ...... Wayne Foskett

Little Emily ...... Lulu Popplewell

Barkis/Doctor ...... Harry Myers

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Creakle ...... Paul Ritter

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mick Walker/Inn Keeper ...... Richard Firth

Mrs Micawber ...... Alison Pettit

Boy ...... Daniel Anthony

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051207

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Mike Walker.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

3/20. David is sent away to Salem House School by his stepfather, and makes a friend for life.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

Young David ...... Steven Williams

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Clara ...... Colleen Prendergast

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Murdstone ...... Wayne Foskett

Little Emily ...... Lulu Popplewell

Barkis/Doctor ...... Harry Myers

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Creakle ...... Paul Ritter

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mick Walker/Inn Keeper ...... Richard Firth

Mrs Micawber ...... Alison Pettit

Boy ...... Daniel Anthony

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051208

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Mike Walker.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

4/20. David is sent away to work at Murdstone's bottling factory in London. He lodges with a man named Mr Micawber.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

Young David ...... Steven Williams

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Clara ...... Colleen Prendergast

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Murdstone ...... Wayne Foskett

Little Emily ...... Lulu Popplewell

Barkis/Doctor ...... Harry Myers

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Creakle ...... Paul Ritter

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mick Walker/Inn Keeper ...... Richard Firth

Mrs Micawber ...... Alison Pettit

Boy ...... Daniel Anthony

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051209

By Charles Dickens, adapted by Mike Walker.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

5/20. David visits Mr Micawber in the debtors' prison and makes up his mind to run away from the bottling factory.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

Young David ...... Steven Williams

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Clara ...... Colleen Prendergast

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Murdstone ...... Wayne Foskett

Little Emily ...... Lulu Popplewell

Barkis/Doctor ...... Harry Myers

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Creakle ...... Paul Ritter

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mick Walker/Inn Keeper ...... Richard Firth

Mrs Micawber ...... Alison Pettit

Boy ...... Daniel Anthony

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051212

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

6/20. David, now known as Trotwood Copperfield, is at school in Canterbury, but spends much time with Agnes Wickfield, where he first makes the acquaintance of her father's clerk, Uriah Heep.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Grainger ...... Harry Myers

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051213

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

7/20. David arrives in London and a chance meeting with Steerforth, his old school friend, leads to an encounter with the mysterious Rosa Dartle.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Grainger ...... Harry Myers

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051214

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

8/20. David and Steerforth set out for Yarmouth, where they are witness to a mysterious meeting between Emily and an unknown girl.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Grainger ...... Harry Myers

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051215

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

9/20. David is apprenticed at Doctors Commons, and takes a small suite of rooms, where he entertains - in style.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Grainger ...... Harry Myers

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051216

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

10/20. David has a strange meeting with Steerforth, before being called back to Yarmouth, where Peggotty has some terrible news.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Peggotty ...... Susan Jameson

Grainger ...... Harry Myers

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051219

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

11/20. Steerforth has run away with David's childhood sweetheart, Little Emily.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Julia Mills ...... Colleen Prendergast

Mrs Gummidge ...... Susan Jameson

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Ham ...... Harry Myers

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Waiter ...... Richard Firth

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051220

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

12/20. Mr Spenlow invites David to his house for the weekend, where David meets Spenlow's lovely daughter, Dora.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Julia Mills ...... Colleen Prendergast

Mrs Gummidge ...... Susan Jameson

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Ham ...... Harry Myers

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Waiter ...... Richard Firth

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051221

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

13/20. Betsey and Mr Dick visit David unexpectedly. They have bad news.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Julia Mills ...... Colleen Prendergast

Mrs Gummidge ...... Susan Jameson

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Ham ...... Harry Myers

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Waiter ...... Richard Firth

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051222

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

14/20. David continues to visit Spenlow's daughter Dora in secret. He takes on two extra jobs to support Betsey and Mr Dick.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Julia Mills ...... Colleen Prendergast

Mrs Gummidge ...... Susan Jameson

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Ham ...... Harry Myers

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Waiter ...... Richard Firth

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051223

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

15/20. David visits Agnes and finds that Uriah Heap has taken over her life and her father's business.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Julia Mills ...... Colleen Prendergast

Mrs Gummidge ...... Susan Jameson

Jane Murdstone ...... Amy Marston

Ham ...... Harry Myers

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Waiter ...... Richard Firth

Mr Wickfield ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Mr Dick ...... Adrian Scarborough

Uriah Heap ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mrs Steerforth ...... Diana Quick

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Miss Mowcher ...... Flaminia Cinque

Mr Spenlow ...... Nicholas Le Provost

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Mary Peate.

Then News.

20051226

By Charles Dickens.

We present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

16/20. On a frozen winter night, David meets Mr Peggotty, who is still searching for any news of lost Emily.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Uriah Heep ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Martha ...... Helen Longworth

The Misses Spenlow ...... Selina Griffiths

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051227

By Charles Dickens.

We present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

17/20. David has an appointment to meet Dora's maiden aunts, and quite expects them to put a swift end to his engagement.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Uriah Heep ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Martha ...... Helen Longworth

The Misses Spenlow ...... Selina Griffiths

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051228

By Charles Dickens.

Radio 4 presents a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

18/20. David is sent away to Salem House School by his stepfather, and makes a friend for life.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Uriah Heep ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Martha ...... Helen Longworth

The Misses Spenlow ...... Selina Griffiths

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051229

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

19/20. David is sent away to work at Murdstone's bottling factory in London. He lodges with a man named Mr Micawber.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Uriah Heep ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Martha ...... Helen Longworth

The Misses Spenlow ...... Selina Griffiths

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

20051230

By Charles Dickens.

Leading up to Christmas, we present a new dramatisation by Mike Walker of the semi-autobiographical novel which Dickens called 'his favourite child'.

20/20. All David's happiness, and everything he has strived for, comes to nothing as he faces his greatest loss. Then he is visited in a dream, and comes to understand himself for the first time.

Charles Dickens ...... Robert Glenister

David ...... Michael Legge

Dora ...... Alex Tregear

Agnes Wickfield ...... Emily Wachter

Betsey Trotwood ...... Deborah Findlay

Rosa Dartle ...... Eve Best

Steerforth ...... Geoffrey Streatfield

Uriah Heep ...... Shaun Dingwall

Mr Micawber ...... Paul Bradley

Mr Peggotty ...... Gerard McDermott

Emily ...... Joanne Froggatt

Martha ...... Helen Longworth

The Misses Spenlow ...... Selina Griffiths

Traddles ...... Carl Prekopp

Director Jeremy Mortimer.

Then News.

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The idyllic childhood of a young boy is shattered when his widowed mother remarries.

The idyllic childhood of a young boy is shattered when his widowed mother remarries. Stars Miriam Margolyes and John MoffatT.

The idyllic childhood of a young boy shattered when his widowed mother remarries.

Stars Miriam Margolyes and John Moffatt.

An idyllic childhood is shattered.

With Miriam Margolyes, John Moffatt and Timothy Spall.

Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, John Moffatt and Timothy Spall.

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The boy's new life at boarding school brings both friendship and hardship.

The boy's new life at boarding school brings both friendship and hardship. Stars Sheila Hancock, Timothy Spall and Gary Cady.

Stars Sheila Hancock, Timothy Spall and Gary Cady.

Boarding school brings both friendship and hardship.

With Sheila Hancock and Timothy Spall

Dickens dramatisation with Sheila Hancock, Timothy Spall and Gary Cady.

Young David has had reason to regret his mother's second marriage - his stepfather, Mr Murdstone, is cold and cruel.

Young David is sent away in disgrace to a boarding school in London.

Young David has reason to regret his mother's second marriage.

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The boy flees London in search of his only living relative.

The boy flees London in search of his only living relative. Stars Miriam Margolyes, David Bamber and Gary Cady.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, David Bamber and Gary Cady.

David runs away in search of his only living relative.

With Miriam Margolyes and Gary Cady

Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, David Bamber and Gary Cady.

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Following his mother's death, David is sent to work for Murdstone and Grinby.

He runs away to Dover to seek his aunt.

David's mother has died and he is despatched to London to work for Murdstone and Grinby.

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David and Steerforth's trip to Yarmouth has unforeseen consequences.

David and Steerforth's trip to Yarmouth has unforeseen consequences. Stars Miriam Margolyes, Gary Cady and Timothy Spall.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, Gary Cady and Timothy Spall.

A trip to Yarmouth has unforeseen consequences.

With Miriam Margolyes and Timothy Spall.

Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, Gary Cady and Timothy Spall.

David has found his Aunt Betsey and has been adopted by her and her protégé, Mr Dick.

David has found his Aunt Betsy and has been adopted by her and her protégé, Mr Dick.

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David falls in love, and questions his friendship with Steerforth.

David falls in love, and questions his friendship with Steerforth. Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

Is Steerforth a true friend? Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes.

Is Steerforth a true friend? Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

David has met Steerforth in London, and taken him to Yarmouth, where he introduces him to little Emily.

David meets Steerforth in London and takes him to Yarmouth, where he introduces him to little Emily.

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Emily runs away with Steerforth - and David makes a proposal.

Emily runs away with Steerforth - and David makes a proposal. Stars Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

Stars Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

Emily runs away with the unreliable Steerforth.

With Timothy Spall and Phil Daniels.

Dickens dramatisation with Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

David has fallen in love with Dora Spenlow.

Uriah Heep confides in him that he loves Agnes Wickfield and hopes to marry her.

David has fallen in love with Dora Spenlow, and Uriah Heep confides in him that he hopes to marry Agnes Wickfield.

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Emily runs away with Steerforth - and David makes a proposal.

Emily runs away with Steerforth - and David makes a proposal. Stars Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

Stars Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

Emily runs away with the unreliable Steerforth.

With Timothy Spall and Phil Daniels.

Dickens dramatisation with Timothy Spall, Joanna Myers and Phil Daniels.

David has fallen in love with Dora Spenlow.

Uriah Heep confides in him that he loves Agnes Wickfield and hopes to marry her.

David has fallen in love with Dora Spenlow, and Uriah Heep confides in him that he hopes to marry Agnes Wickfield.

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David takes a job with his old headmaster - and Dora's feeling worried.

David takes a job with his old headmaster - and Dora's feeling worried. Stars Phil Daniels, Gary Cady and Joanna Myers.

Stars Phil Daniels, Gary Cady and Joanna Myers.

David takes a job with his old headmaster, Dr Strong.

Dickens dramatisation with Phil Daniels, Gary Cady and Joanna Myers.

With Phil Daniels and Gary Cady.

Emily has run away with Steerforth, David has become secretly engaged to Dora and Aunt Betsy has lost her fortune.

Emily's run away with Steerforth, David has become secretly engaged to Dora and Aunt Betsey's lost her fortune through ill-advised investment.

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As Dora continues to struggle, David receives news about Emily.

As Dora continues to struggle, David receives news about Emily. Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

Is Dora capable of being a poor man's wife? With Miriam Margolyes and Phil Daniels.

Is Dora capable of being a poor man's wife? Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Phil Daniels.

Uriah is a partner in Wickfield and Heep.

Dora now lives with two aunts who allow David to visit her.

Uriah is now a partner in Wickfield and Heep and has taken on a new clerk, Mr Micawber.

Dora now lives with two spinster aunts.

Uriah is now a partner in Wickfield and Heep.

Dora's father has died and she now lives with two spinster aunts.

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Mr Micawber confides in David about Uriah Heep - and Dora's health causes concern.

Mr Micawber confides in David about Uriah Heep - and Dora's health causes concern. Stars Phil Daniels and Sheila Hancock.

Stars Phil Daniels and Sheila Hancock.

David and Dora have married, Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty still searches for her.

David and Dora have married, Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty is searching for her.

David and Dora have married.

Emily has left Steerforth.

Uriah Heep's villainy is finally uncovered.

With Phil Daniels.

Dickens dramatisation with Phil Daniels, Sheila Hancock and Miriam Margolyes.

09My Beloved Dora2006030320041009 (BBC7)
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Mr Micawber confides in David about Uriah Heep - and Dora's health causes concern.

Mr Micawber confides in David about Uriah Heep - and Dora's health causes concern. Stars Phil Daniels and Sheila Hancock.

Stars Phil Daniels and Sheila Hancock.

David and Dora have married, Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty still searches for her.

David and Dora have married, Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty is searching for her.

David and Dora have married.

Emily has left Steerforth.

Uriah Heep's villainy is finally uncovered.

With Phil Daniels.

Dickens dramatisation with Phil Daniels, Sheila Hancock and Miriam Margolyes.

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As tragedy strikes, David is forced to contemplate his future.

As tragedy strikes, David is forced to contemplate his future. Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Dora has died and David contemplates his future.

With Miriam Margolyes and Gary Cady.

Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Dora has died, Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty and Uriah's double-dealing has been discovered.

Dora has died and Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty.

Uriah's double dealing has been discovered.

10 LASTI Have Loved You All My Life2006031020041016 (BBC7)
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20061105 (BBC7)
20090116 (BBC7)
20090117 (BBC7)
20100730 (BBC7)
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As tragedy strikes, David is forced to contemplate his future.

As tragedy strikes, David is forced to contemplate his future. Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Stars Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Dora has died and David contemplates his future.

With Miriam Margolyes and Gary Cady.

Dickens dramatisation with Miriam Margolyes, Sheila Hancock and Gary Cady.

Dora has died, Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty and Uriah's double-dealing has been discovered.

Dora has died and Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty.

Uriah's double dealing has been discovered.