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Barnaby Rudge [1841]

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S01E01 Barnaby Rudge Captain Midnight [1841] Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s.  When young Ned Chester is set upon by a highwaymen no-one thinks that his assailant might be connected to the violent murder of his beloved Emma's father, Reuben Haredale.  The murderer that night, five years ago, was assumed to be William Rudge, who has disappeared without trace, leaving his wife and son Barnaby to fend for themselves. Credits Charles Dickens        Iain Glen Barnaby Rudge         Daniel Laurie Grip                           Joanna Horton Miggs                       Joanna Horton Mary Rudge          Heather Craney Captain Midnight  Tony Bell Simon Tappertit  Bryan Dick Gabriel Varden  Ron Cook Dolly Varden         Amaka Okafor Geoffrey Haredale David Cann Solomon Daisy David Cann Emma Haredale Jaimi Barbakoff John Chester       John MacKay Ned Chester         Hubert Burton John Willet         David Schofield Joe Wille                Matthew Watson Hugh                 Ashley Kumar Director                 Jeremy Mortimer Adaptor                 Mike Walker Author                Charles Dickens S01E02 Barnaby Rudge The Maypole Falls [1841] Charles Dickens's story set against the background of the Gordon Riots of the 1780s Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Five years have passed, and Lord Gordon calls at the Maypole Inn before making his way to Westminster at the head of a riotous mob. Barnaby is recruited to the ranks of the Protestant Association, and Geoffrey Haredale, known to be a prominent catholic, finds his life in danger. Credits Charles Dickens Iain Glen Barnaby Rudge Daniel Laurie Grip                         Joanna Horton Miggs                  Joanna Horton Mary Rudge         Heather Craney Simon Tappertit Bryan Dick Gabriel Varden Ron Cook Dolly Varden         Amaka Okafor Geoffrey Haredale David Cann Solomon Daisy David Cann Emma Haredale Jaimi Barbakoff John Chester      John MacKay Gashford          Tony Bell Lord Gordon          Clive Hayward John Willet          David Schofield Hugh                  Ashley Kumar Director                   Jeremy Mortimer Adaptor                   Mike Walker Author                  Charles Dickens S01E03 Barnaby Rudge A City in Flames [1841] Dramatised by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel set against the background of the anti-catholic riots of the 1780s. Gordon has lost control of the mob, which is now intent on freeing all the prisoners at Newgate. Simon Tappertit, who has taken Dolly Varden and Emma Haredale under his 'protection', tries to persuade Gabriel Varden to unlock the prison gates. Credits Charles Dickens Iain Glen Barnaby Rudge Daniel Laurie Grip                         Joanna Horton Miggs                    Joanna Horton Mary Rudge          Heather Craney Simon Tappertit Bryan Dick Gabriel Varden Ron Cook Dolly Varden    Amaka Okafor Geoffrey Haredale David Cann Emma Haredale Jaimi Barbakoff John Chester         John MacKay William Rudge Tony Bell Gashford          Tony Bell John Willet         David Schofield Joe Wille                Matthew Watson Hugh                  Ashley Kumar Director              Jeremy Mortimer Adaptor                   Mike Walker Author                   Charles Dickens

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

Chapters

S01E01 Barnaby Rudge Captain Midnight [1840–1841]

56:26

S01E02 Barnaby Rudge The Maypole Falls [1840–1841]

56:35

S01E03 Barnaby Rudge A City in Flames [1840–1841]

56:43