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BBC One London

Wives and Daughters

The first in a four-part period drama, based on Elizabeth Gaskell 's final novel and dramatised by Andrew Davies ,
I about two young girls' rites of passage in 1820s England and the events that shape their lives.
Producer Sue Birtwistle Director Nicholas Renton
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S) (W) A new wives' tale: page 19; Programme of the week: page 85
BBC One London

Omnibus: Who the Dickens is Mrs Gaskell?

Was Elizabeth Gaskell Britain's most passionate Victorian novelist? Eclipsed by Charles Dickens, George Eliot and the Brontes her work including Wives and Daughters, serialisation of which began last night on BBC1, is currently undergoing a reappraisal mainly due to the Gaskell Society's efforts. See Choice.
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BBC Two England

Wives and Daughters

First in a four-part period drama. Molly Gibson 's life is turned upside down when her father remarries.
Shown last Sunday BBC1 For cast and credits see Sunday 9pm BBC1
BBC Choice

Pick of the Week

Including Wives and Daughters.
BBC One London

Wives and Daughters

Second in a four-part period drama, based on Elizabeth Gaskell 's final novel and dramatised by Andrew Davies.
- Cynthia arrives from France. See Choice. Producer Sue Birtwistle ; Director Nicholas Renton
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Deja View with Mark Lewisohn : page 15; Anthony Howell and Tom Hollander : page 24
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BBC Two England

Wives and Daughters

In the second part of the period drama, Molly Gibson 's enigmatic stepsister arrives from France.
Shown last Sunday BBCl (S) (W) For cast and credits see Sunday 9pm BBC1
BBC Choice

Wild and Dangerous

Wives and Daughters: Cynthia, Molly Gibson's beautiful and mysterious stepsister, arrives from France.
BBC One London

Wives and Daughters

Third in a four-part period drama, based on Elizabeth Gaskell 's final novel and dramatised by Andrew Davies.
Cynthia has a dangerous secret, and when Molly is drawn into this mystery she too is put at risk. See Choice.
Producer Sue Birtwistle; Director Nicholas Renton
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S) (W) Andrew Duncan interviews Michael Gambon : page 8 Polly Toynbee on Mrs Gaskell : page 18
BBC Two England

Wives and Daughters

In the penultimate part of the period drama, Cynthia has a dangerous secret that places Molly in danger.
Shown last Sunday on BBCl (S) (W) For final part and cast see tomorrow at 9pm on BBC1
BBC One London

Wives and Daughters

Conclusion of the period drama, based on Elizabeth Gaskell 's final novel and dramatised by Andrew Davies.
Molly gets more entangled in Cynthia's secret. See Choice.
Producer Sue Birtwistle; Director Nicholas Renton
Repeated at 1.25pm on Christmas Day on BBC2 (S) (W) BBC VIDEO: the series will be available on video from February, price £19.99
BBC Two England

Wives and Daughters

Shown Sunday 19 at 9pm on BBC1
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