Little Dorrit [Charles Dickens]

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20191231 (BBC7)
Arthur Clennam returns from China, fearful of a wrong committed by his parents. Curious and feeling protective when he meets young seamstress, Amy Dorrit - he follows her home, to the Marshalsea Debtor's Prison, where he's introduced to her extraordinary family.

Charles Dickens's masterpiece of social satire and imprisonment dramatised in five episodes by Doug Lucie.

Recorded on location in London.

Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Charles Dickens, Julian Wadham as Arthur Clennam, Margaret Tyzack as Mrs Clennam, John Wood as William Dorrit, Jasmine Hyde as Little Dorrit, Sophie Thompson as Flora Finching, Indira Varma as Fanny Dorrit, Peter Tuddenham as Frederick Dorrit, Jennie Stoller as Affery, Kenny Blyth as Barnacle Junior, Helen Ayres as Maggy, Philip Joseph as Pancks, Ioan Meredith as Flintwinch, Gordon Reid as Tite Barnacle and Jonathan Keeble as Plornish,

Music by Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2001.

Arthur Clennam befriends seamstress Amy Dorrit and meets her extraordinary family.

Radio adaptations of Dicken's classic English literature.

Charles Dickens's masterpiece of social satire and imprisonment dramatised in five episodes by Doug Lucie.

Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Charles Dickens, Julian Wadham as Arthur Clennam, Margaret Tyzack as Mrs Clennam, John Wood as William Dorrit, Jasmine Hyde as Little Dorrit, Sophie Thompson as Flora Finching, Indira Varma as Fanny Dorrit, Peter Tuddenham as Frederick Dorrit, Jennie Stoller as Affery, Kenny Blyth as Barnacle Junior, Helen Ayres as Maggy, Philip Joseph as Pancks, Ioan Meredith as Flintwinch, Gordon Reid as Tite Barnacle and Jonathan Keeble as Plornish,

Music by Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker

022001042920191231 (BBC7)
20200101 (BBC7)
Arthur Clennam worries about his parents, but thinks he has found a new love.

Radio adaptations of Dicken's classic English literature.

032001050620200101 (BBC7)
20200102 (BBC7)
Mr Pancks has made discoveries about the Dorrit family, but Arthur still hasn’t solved his family's secret...

Charles Dickens's masterpiece of social satire and imprisonment dramatised by Doug Lucie.

Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Charles Dickens.

Recorded on location in London.

Charles Dickens.... Ian McKellen
Arthur Clennam.... Julian Wadham
Mrs Clennam.... Margaret Tyzack
William Dorrit.... John Wood
Little Dorrit.... Jasmine Hyde
Mrs Merdle.... Jennie Stoller
Mr Pancks.... Philp Joseph
Fanny Dorrit.... Indira Varma
Mr Merdle.... Kenneth Cranham
Flora Finching.... Sophie Thompson
Frederick Dorrit.... Peter Tuddenham
Pet Meagles.... Clare Corbett
John Chivery.... Ben Crowe
Tip Dorritt.... Kenny Blyth
Maggy.... Helen Ayres
Flintwinch.... Ioan Meredith
Mr Meagles.... Gordon Reid
Mr Doyce.... Jonathan Keeble

Other parts played by members of the cast.

Music by Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2001.

Discoveries about the Dorrits are revealed, but Arthur is yet to solve his family's secret

Radio adaptations of Dicken's classic English literature.

042001051320200102 (BBC7)
20200103 (BBC7)
The newly wealthy Dorrits set off on a tour of Europe but Little Dorrit is homesick.

Fanny finds a suitor and William is gratified by the attentions of the banker, Mr Merdle.

Charles Dickens's masterpiece of social satire and imprisonment dramatised by Doug Lucie.

Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Charles Dickens.

Recorded on location in London.

Charles Dickens.... Ian McKellen
Arthur Clennam.... Julian Wadham
Mrs Clennam.... Margaret Tyzack
William Dorrit.... John Wood
Little Dorrit.... Jasmine Hyde
Mr Merdle.... Kenneth Cranham
Mrs Merdle.... Jennie Stoller
Fanny Dorrit.... Indira Varma
Flora Finching.... Sophie Thompson
Frederick Dorrit.... Peter Tuddenham
John Chivery.... Ben Crowe
Tip Dorritt.... Kenny Blyth
Flintwinch.... Ioan Meredith
Mr Pancks.... Philip Joseph
Mr Doyce.... Jonathan Keeble

Other parts played by members of the cast.

Music by Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2001.

The newly wealthy Dorrits set off on a tour of Europe, but Amy is feeling homesick.

Radio adaptations of Dicken's classic English literature.

052001052020200103 (BBC7)
20200104 (BBC7)
After her father's death Little Dorrit is still in Italy when the newly-married Fanny has a strange visit from Mr Merdle.

Arthur is struck by disaster and Mrs Clennam is forced to reveal the family secret at last.

Conclusion of Charles Dickens's masterpiece of social satire and imprisonment.

Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Charles Dickens.

Recorded on location in London.

Charles Dickens.... Ian McKellen
Arthur Clennam.... Julian Wadham
Mrs Clennam.... Margaret Tyzack
Little Dorrit.... Jasmine Hyde
Fanny Dorrit.... Indira Varma
John Chivery.... Ben Crowe
Flintwinch.... Ioan Meredith
Mr Pancks.... Philip Joseph
Mr Doyce.... Jonathan Keeble
Mr Merdle.... Kenneth Cranham
Chivery.... Gordon Reid

Dramatised by Doug Lucie.

Music by Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2001.

Arthur is struck by disaster, and Mrs Clennam is finally forced into revealing the secret.

Radio adaptations of Dicken's classic English literature.