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Middlemarch, Episode 1
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
Dr Tertius Lydgate is put in charge of the fever hospital in Middlemarch. Dorothea Brooke marries ageing scholar Edward Casaubon and they honeymoon in Rome.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 2
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 52 mins
Dorothea is having an uneasy honeymoon in Rome, when Casaubon's restless young cousin Will Ladislaw calls on them. Dr Lydgate discovers he has enemies.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 52 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 3
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 54 mins
Fred Vincy is anxious to know to whom Featherstone will leave his fortune. Casaubon is furious when Ladislaw visits Dorothea. Lydgate and Rosamond's wedding goes ahead.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 54 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 5
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 53 mins
Ladislaw vows to quit Middlemarch for good once he learns the terms of Casaubon's will. Lydgate's financial problems worsen. Fred declares his love for Mary Garth.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 53 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 4
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 58 mins
Dorothea is now a widow, but she vows never to finish Casaubon's book because of the vindictive codicil to his will. Will Ladislaw is out of a job.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 58 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 6
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 50 mins
The Lydgates' marriage grows increasingly bitter with the prospect of bankruptcy. The return of Raffles sets off a train of events which change the lives of everyone.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 50 mins
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Middlemarch, Episode 7
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directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
This 1994 syndicated series, is a television adaptation of George Elliot's 1871 novel, Middlemarch, A Study of Provincial Life. Episode 7 of 7 of worldwide release.
directed by Anthony Page, 1935-; produced by Louis Marks, 1928-2010, British Broadcasting Corporation and WGBH Boston; performed by Juliet Aubrey, 1966-, Robert Hardy, 1925-2017, Douglas Hodge, 1960-, Rachel Power, 1968- and Patrick Malahide, 1945-, in Middlemarch (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1994, originally published 1871), 55 mins
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