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Lark Rise to Candleford


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2/10. Mrs Macey hears that her husband has escaped from prison. She fears that the damage to her reputation will force her to leave Candleford. Caroline, meanwhile, is summoned to court for failing to pay her debts to the brewery.
Dramatised by Bill Gallagher ; Producer Grainne Marmion ; Director Charles Palmer Signed at 1.25am (HD) www.radiotimes.com/lark-rise-to-canclleford


Unknown: Mrs MacEy
Dramatised By: Bill Gallagher
Producer: Grainne Marmion
Director: Charles Palmer
Laura Timmins: Olivia Hallinan
Dorcas Lane: Julia Sawalha
Caroline Arless: Dawn French
Robert Timmins: Brendan Coyle
Freddy Macey: Beans Balawi
Oueenie Turrill: Linda Bassett
Emma Timmins: Claudle Blakley
Adult Laura: Sarah Lancashire
Alf Arless: John Daqlelsh
Lizzie Ariess: Hope Yeomans
Zillah: Liz Smith
Frank Timmins: Fergus Drysdale
Edmund Timmins: Thomas Jones
Lady Adelaide Midwinter: Olivia Grant
Sir Timothy Midwinter: Ben Miles
Ruby Pratt: Victoria Hamilton
Pearl Pratt: Matilda Zlegler
Thomas Brown: Mark Heap
Phillip: Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Twister Turrill: Karl Johnson
Paxton: Gerard Horan
Matthew Welby: Stephen Marcus
Mrs Macey: Claire Skinner
Dan Macey: Danny Webb
Caroline's daughter: Sophie Miles
Caroline's son: Harry Miles
Ethel Timmins: Martha Murdoch
Brewery salesman: Paul Reynolds
Jerry the fishmonger: Julian Rivett
Bailiff: Murray McArthur
Young footman: Joseph Kloska

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Lark Rise to Candleford

BBC One London, 20 January 2008 20.00

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