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Classic Serial: The Pickwick Papers


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4/4. "In which the Pickwick Club is finally dissolved." Charles Dickens's comic and profoundly daft tale of innocence abroad. Dramatised by Michael Eaton.
Producer Nicholas Newton Director Jane Morgan Repeated on New Year's Day at 9pm


Author: Charles Dickens
Dramatised by: Michael Eaton.
Producer: Nicholas Newton
Director: Jane Morgan
Mr Pickwick: Timothy Spall
Mrs Bardell: Sue Johnstone
Jingle: Jasper Britton
Sam Weller: Burn Gorman
Tony: Michael Jayston
Emily: Katte Foster-Barnes
Mary: Rhiannon Oliver
Mr Winkle Sr: Patrick Godfrey
Squire Wardle: Gawn Grainger
The fat boy: Aaron Johnson
Mother-in-law: Lynne Farleigh
Stiggins: Jack Shepherd
Perker: Philip Voss
Winkle: John McAndrew
Snodgrass: Robert Portal
Tupman: Toby Jones
Arabella: Lucy Davenport
Ben: Jonathan Keeme
Bob: Guy Lankester
Job: John Tams
Smangle: Philip Fox
Mrs Raddle: Angela Pleasence
Mrs Cluppins: Lynne Miller
Tommy: Joseph Gritt

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Classic Serial: The Pickwick Papers

BBC Radio 4 FM, 26 December 2004 15.00

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