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Little Dorrit

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7/14. Rigaud introduces himself to the Clennams. Mr Dorrit receives momentous news, and Arthur is best man at Pet's marriage. More tomorrow 8pm.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies ; Producer Lisa Osborne
Director Adam Smith
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Behind scenes: p12; Alison Graham : p47; Inside Story: p88

Contributors

Dramatised By: Andrew Davies
Producer: Lisa Osborne
Director: Adam Smith
Unknown: Alison Graham
Arthur Clennam: Matthew MacFadyen
Amy Dorrit: Claire Foy
Mr Dorrit: Tom Courtenay
Pancks: Eddie Marsan
Affery: Sue Johnston
Rigaud: Andy Serkis
Flintwinch: Alun Armstrong
Mrs Clennam: Judy Parfitt
Landlord: Peter Huqo-Daly
Frederick Dorrit: James Fleet
Tip Dorrit: Arthur Darvlll
Rugg: Geoff McGivern
Mrs Gowan: Harriet Walter
Scary butler: Nicholas Jones
Mrs Merdle: Amanda Redman
Henry Gowan: Alex Wyndham
Mr Merdle: Anton Lesser
Sparkler: Sebastian Armesto
Pet Meagles: Georgia King
Mr Meagles: Bill Paterson
Mrs Meagles: Janine Duvltskl
Tite Barnacle: Robert Hardy
Tite Barnacle Jr: Darren Boyd
Flora Finching: Ruth James
Chivery: Ron Cook
John Chivery: Russell Tovey
Fanny Dorrit: Emma Pierson
Maggy: Eve Myles
Miss Wade: Maxine Peake
Tattycoram: Freema Agyeman
Mrs General: Pam Ferris
Mr Plornish: Jason Watkins
Mrs Plornish: Rosie Cavallero
Mr Casby: John Alderton
Father Laurent: Philip Desmeules

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