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Classic Serial: Tom Brown's Schooldays


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Concluding Joe Dunlop 's dramatisation of Thomas Hughes 's classic novel, recorded on location at Rugby School. 2: Tom's career at Rugby could be coming to a premature end, but Dr Arnold has a plan.
With David Miller , James Fearn , and Rollo Hilbery Producer Jill Waters. Director Chris Wallis.


Unknown: Joe Dunlop
Unknown: Thomas Hughes
Unknown: David Miller
Unknown: James Fearn
Unknown: Rollo Hilbery
Producer: Jill Waters.
Director: Chris Wallis.
Tom: Robert Hardy
Young Tom: Tom Huntingford
East: Henry Peters
Flashman: Jordan Copeland
Older: Arthur Ben Crowe
Madman: Ed Southcott
Whales: Tom Cartlidge
Radford: Will Best
Arthur: Robert Marshall
Tadpole: Jack Howell
Dr Arnold: Peter Marlnker
Matron: Liz Bagley
Velveteen: Daniel Harcourt
Master: David Thorpe
Diggs: James Kerr
Williams: Robert Wilson
Jackson: Harry Myers
Rude boy: Matthew Hardcastle
Young boy: Alex Livingstone

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Classic Serial: Tom Brown's Schooldays

BBC Radio 4 FM, 23 December 2001 15.00

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