Barnaby Rudge

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud

Music composed by Malcolm McKee

Directed by Sue Wilson

Richard Pasco (Geoffrey Haredale)

Norman Rodway (Sir John Chester)

Ian Hogg (Gabriel Varden)

Richard Derrington (Barnaby Rudge)

Cathy Sara (Dolly Varden)

Carolyn Backhouse (Emma Haredale)

Janet Dale (Mary Rudge)

Kim Durham (Hugh)

John Hollis (Joe Willett)

Terry Malloy (Dennis the Hangman, Peak)

Brian Miller (Stag, Gruby, Ackerman)

Richard Pearce (Joe Willett)

Elizabeth Proud (Martha Varden)

Christopher Scott (Reuben Hardale, Gashford, Landale, Parks)

Michael Siberry (the stranger, Rudge)

Rob Swinton (Cobb, Simon Tappertit, Lord Mayor)

Gareth Tudor Price (Edward Chester)

John Webb (Solomon Daisy, Lord George Gordon)

Sue Wilson (Grip the raven)

Episodes

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01The 19th Of March20051026 (BBC7)
20051027 (BBC7)

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud

Music composed by Malcolm McKee

Directed by Sue Wilson

Richard Pasco (Geoffrey Haredale)

Norman Rodway (Sir John Chester)

Ian Hogg (Gabriel Varden)

Richard Derrington (Barnaby Rudge)

Cathy Sara (Dolly Varden)

Carolyn Backhouse (Emma Haredale)

Janet Dale (Mary Rudge)

Kim Durham (Hugh)

John Hollis (Joe Willett)

Terry Malloy (Dennis the Hangman, Peak)

Brian Miller (Stag, Gruby, Ackerman)

Richard Pearce (Joe Willett)

Elizabeth Proud (Martha Varden)

Christopher Scott (Reuben Hardale, Gashford, Landale, Parks)

Michael Siberry (the stranger, Rudge)

Rob Swinton (Cobb, Simon Tappertit, Lord Mayor)

Gareth Tudor Price (Edward Chester)

John Webb (Solomon Daisy, Lord George Gordon)

Sue Wilson (Grip the raven) March 19 brings memories of murder for the Haredales. Then a stranger arrives.

01The 19th Of March20051026 (BBC7)
20051027 (BBC7)

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud

Music composed by Malcolm McKee

Directed by Sue Wilson

Richard Pasco (Geoffrey Haredale)

Norman Rodway (Sir John Chester)

Ian Hogg (Gabriel Varden)

Richard Derrington (Barnaby Rudge)

Cathy Sara (Dolly Varden)

Carolyn Backhouse (Emma Haredale)

Janet Dale (Mary Rudge)

Kim Durham (Hugh)

John Hollis (Joe Willett)

Terry Malloy (Dennis the Hangman, Peak)

Brian Miller (Stag, Gruby, Ackerman)

Richard Pearce (Joe Willett)

Elizabeth Proud (Martha Varden)

Christopher Scott (Reuben Hardale, Gashford, Landale, Parks)

Michael Siberry (the stranger, Rudge)

Rob Swinton (Cobb, Simon Tappertit, Lord Mayor)

Gareth Tudor Price (Edward Chester)

John Webb (Solomon Daisy, Lord George Gordon)

Sue Wilson (Grip the raven) March 19 brings memories of murder for the Haredales. Then a stranger arrives.

01The Nineteenth Of March20120125 (BBC7)
20120126 (BBC7)

A stranger arrives on the anniversary of a gruesome unsolved murder. Dickens adaptation.

A stranger arrives on the anniversary of a gruesome unsolved murder. And as two lovers contend with their religiously divided families, an intimate letter between them is stolen.

01The Nineteenth Of March20120125 (BBC7)
20120126 (BBC7)

A stranger arrives on the anniversary of a gruesome unsolved murder. Dickens adaptation.

A stranger arrives on the anniversary of a gruesome unsolved murder. And as two lovers contend with their religiously divided families, an intimate letter between them is stolen.

02The No Popery Men20051027 (BBC7)
20051028 (BBC7)
20120126 (BBC7)
20120127 (BBC7)

Joe and Edward are caught up in bitter feuds from the past. Stars Richard Derrington.

Joe and Edward are caught up in bitter feuds from the past, while Barnaby becomes entangled with the fanatical Lord Gordon. of Dickens adaptation stars Richard Derrington.

Lord George's campaign ensnares Barnaby and a bitter past feud catches up with Joe and Edward.

02The No Popery Men20051027 (BBC7)
20051028 (BBC7)
20120126 (BBC7)
20120127 (BBC7)

Joe and Edward are caught up in bitter feuds from the past. Stars Richard Derrington.

Joe and Edward are caught up in bitter feuds from the past, while Barnaby becomes entangled with the fanatical Lord Gordon. of Dickens adaptation stars Richard Derrington.

Lord George's campaign ensnares Barnaby and a bitter past feud catches up with Joe and Edward.

03 LASTThe Gordon Riots20051028 (BBC7)
20051029 (BBC7)
20120127 (BBC7)
20120128 (BBC7)

The burning of Newgate Prison, looting and a shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger

The burning of Newgate Prison, riots, looting and the shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger. Adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel stars Richard Derrington.

Riots and the burning of Newgate Prison, arson, looting and the shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger.

03 LASTThe Gordon Riots20051028 (BBC7)
20051029 (BBC7)
20120127 (BBC7)
20120128 (BBC7)

The burning of Newgate Prison, looting and a shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger

The burning of Newgate Prison, riots, looting and the shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger. Adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel stars Richard Derrington.

Riots and the burning of Newgate Prison, arson, looting and the shadow of murder put Barnaby's life in danger.

01Captain Midnight2014052520140531

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. When young Ned Chester is set upon by a highwaymen no-one thinks that his assailant might be connected to the violent murder of his beloved Emma's father, Reuben Haredale. The murderer that night, five years ago, was assumed to be William Rudge, who has disappeared without trace, leaving his wife and son Barnaby to fend for themselves.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

01Captain Midnight2014052520140531

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. When young Ned Chester is set upon by a highwaymen no-one thinks that his assailant might be connected to the violent murder of his beloved Emma's father, Reuben Haredale. The murderer that night, five years ago, was assumed to be William Rudge, who has disappeared without trace, leaving his wife and son Barnaby to fend for themselves.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

02The Maypole Falls2014060120140607

Lord Gordon makes his way to Westminster at the head of a riotous mob.

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Five years have passed, and Lord Gordon calls at the Maypole Inn before making his way to Westminster at the head of a riotous mob. Barnaby is recruited to the ranks of the Protestant Association, and Geoffrey Haredale, known to be a prominent catholic, finds his life in danger.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

02The Maypole Falls2014060120140607

Lord Gordon makes his way to Westminster at the head of a riotous mob.

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Five years have passed, and Lord Gordon calls at the Maypole Inn before making his way to Westminster at the head of a riotous mob. Barnaby is recruited to the ranks of the Protestant Association, and Geoffrey Haredale, known to be a prominent catholic, finds his life in danger.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

03 LASTA City In Flames2014060820140614

Gordon has lost control of the mob, which is intent on freeing the prisoners at Newgate.

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Gordon has lost control of the mob, which is now intent on freeing all the prisoners at Newgate. Simon Tappertit, who has taken Dolly Varden and Emma Haredale under his 'protection', tries to persuade Gabriel Varden to unlock the prison gates.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.

03 LASTA City In Flames2014060820140614

Gordon has lost control of the mob, which is intent on freeing the prisoners at Newgate.

Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Gordon has lost control of the mob, which is now intent on freeing all the prisoners at Newgate. Simon Tappertit, who has taken Dolly Varden and Emma Haredale under his 'protection', tries to persuade Gabriel Varden to unlock the prison gates.

Directed by Jeremy Mortimer.