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Vanity Fair

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Third in a six-part dramatisation of Thackeray's famous satire.
Now married to Rawdon Crawley, Becky renews her friendship with Jos Sedley.
See today's choices.
Adapted by Andrew Davies
(Subtitled)
BBC CD: £13.99 from retailers.
See PollyToynbee: page 10;
Andrew Duncan interviews Miriam Margolyes: page 18

Contributors

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
Adapted by: Andrew Davies
Producer: Gillian McNeill
Director: Marc Munden
Becky Sharp: Natasha Little
Rawdon Crawley: Nathaniel Parker
Miss Crawley: Miriam Margolyes
Mrs Bute Crawley: Janine Duvitski
Dr Clump: John Bett
Dr Squills: Peter Kelly
MissBriggs: Janet Dale
Amelia Sedley: Frances Grey
George Osborne: Tom Ward
Mrs Sedley: Michele Dotrice
William Dobbin: Philip Glenister
Miss Swartz: Sara Powell
Jane Osborne: Abigail Thaw
Mr John Osborne: Tim Woodward
Mr Sedley: David Ross
Jos Sedley: Jeremy Swift
Priest: John Leeson
Mr Chopper: Bill Thomas
Isidor: Paul Bigley
Mrs O'Dowd: Frances Tomelty
Major O'Dowd: Mark Lambert
Captain Magenis: Mark Lewis
Mrs Magenis: Jane Bertish
Ensign Spooney: Martin Hodgson
Ensign Stubble: Daniel Hart
Lady Bareacres: Eleanor Bron
Lady Blanche: Sarah Crowden
Lord Bareacres: Graham Crowden
General Tufto: Windsor Davies






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