Omnibus edition of Andrew Davies 's dramatisation of Dickens's novel, showing in four two-hour episodes over the next four weeks. A wealthy man tries to discover if there is a link between his father's dying words and his mother's servant.
Starring Claire Foy and Matthew Macfadyen.
See p60. First shown on BBC1
In the third of four omnibuses, Mr Dorrit takes his family abroad to reinvent themselves after he is released from Marshalsea prison. Rigaud follows them overseas to find out their connection with the House of Clennam. Starring Tom Courtenay ,
Claire Foy and Andy Serkis. See panel. First shown on BBC1
RT CHOICE the final omnibus, Mr Merdle offers I to help Mr Dorrit invest his fortune, but his new place in London society is overshadowed by his Marshalsea past. Starring Claire Foy , Tom Courtenay and Anton Lesser. See panel.
First shown on BBC1
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