The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll...

Episodes

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20080812 BT=1845 (BBC7)

...and Mr Hyde. Hyde is wanted for murder and disappears. But what is his connection to the respectable Dr Jekyll? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 2 of 5.

20080813 BT=0045 (BBC7)

...and Mr Hyde. Hyde is wanted for murder and disappears. But what is his connection to the respectable Dr Jekyll? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 2 of 5.

20080811 BT=1845 (BBC7)

...and Mr Hyde. Tim Pigott-Smith reads Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of dual personality. The first on the scene is Mr Hyde. Episode 1 of 5.

20080812 BT=0045 (BBC7)

...and Mr Hyde. Tim Pigott-Smith reads Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of dual personality. The first on the scene is Mr Hyde. Episode 1 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080813 BT=1845 (BBC7)

Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll has disappeared. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 3 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080814 BT=0045 (BBC7)

Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll has disappeared. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 3 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080815 BT=1845 (BBC7)

The bizarre truth is finally revealed in the conclusion of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous tale. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 5 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080816 BT=0045 (BBC7)

The bizarre truth is finally revealed in the conclusion of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous tale. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith. Episode 5 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080814 BT=1845 (BBC7)

Utterson's persistence with investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded. Read by Tim Piggott-Smith. Episode 4 of 5.

...and Mr Hyde20080815 BT=0045 (BBC7)

Utterson's persistence with investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded. Read by Tim Piggott-Smith. Episode 4 of 5.