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Byron: The Summer of a Dormouse


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Jonny Lee Miller heads the cast in a two-part account of the rise and fall of an irresistible and handsome genius.

Following the success of his poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Byron becomes the toast of London society.
Concludes tomorrow at 10pm. Contains strong language and adult material. Essential Byron follows. Further cast tomorrow (S) (W)
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Lord Byron: Jonny Lee Miller
William Fletcher: Philip Glenister
John: Cam Hobhouse
Stephen: Campbell Moore
Augusta Leigh: Natasha Little
Lady Melbourne: Vanessa Redgrave
Annabelia Milbanke: Julie Cox
Lady Caroline Lamb: Camilla Power
Bysshe Shelley: Oliver Dimsdale
John Murray: Michael Elwyn
Lady Judith Milbanke: Penny Downie
Sir Ralph Milbanke: David Ryall
Ann Rood: Mali Harries
Scrope Davis: Oliver Milbum

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Byron: The Summer of a Dormouse

BBC Two England, 27 September 2003 22.05

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