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Name:Afternoon Play: Dickens Confidential Series Two (2008) BBC Radio (MP3 192kbps) dearleuk

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Dickens Confidential - Series Two 09-06-2008 - 14-07-2008

Series of plays looking at how Charles Dickens, as the head of a daily paper, would have tackled bringing the news to the masses.

From The Times

Last year Dickens Confidential imagined what might have happened during the days when Charles Dickens was a working journalist and, indeed, the Editor of The Daily News. Cunningly, Dickens's editorship was switched from the political Daily News to the tabloid Herald, which meant that he was at the sharp end of anything going - horrible murder, steamy scandal, ladies of the night, blackmailed bluebloods ... Now he's back - played this time by Dan Stevens - in another six tales of derring-do. In the first episode, Joseph Paxton, the newspaper's part-owner, is badly beaten. Could this have anything to do with the emergence of a new bank headed by the bombastic Iron Billy? Gangster bankers. Love it.



1/6. Gangs of London

By Mike Walker.

New criminal gangs are active on the streets of London. A mugging of their financier Joseph Paxton points Dickens and his investigative team to a connection between the gangs and a plot to rock the very heart of the financial world.

Charles Dickens ......................................... Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton ......................................... Eleanor Howell
Jack Marshall .......................................... Freddy White
Daniel Parker ......................................... Andrew Buchan
Joseph Paxton .......................................... John Dougall
Mickey's Jim .......................................... Gerard Murphy
Iron Billy ................................................ John Rowe
Gasman .................................................... Ben Crowe
Harry ............................................. Stephen Critchlow
Thug .................................................... Chris Pavlo
Woman ................................................ Liz Sutherland

Directed by David Hunter.


2/6 The Man Who Robbed the Bank of England

Mourning the loss of Jack Marshall, Dickens and his investigative team are determined to find the connection between financier Iron Billy and a cunning plot aimed at the heart of the country's financial system.

Charles Dickens ........................................ Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton ........................................ Eleanor Howell
Daniel Parker ........................................ Andrew Buchan
Joseph Paxton ......................................... John Dougall
Mickey's Jim ......................................... Gerard Murphy
Iron Billy ............................................... John Rowe
Bank manager ..................................... Stephen Critchlow
Vicar .................................................. Chris Pavlo
Butler .............................................. Nyasha Hatendi
Commissionaire ......................................... Dan Starkey

Directed by David Hunter.

3/6 Dickens And The Dandy

In the weeks leading up to Queen Victoria's coronation, Dickens meets Benjamin Disraeli, a journalist and ambitious young politician. There is an instant rivalry and unease between the two men, which only increases when the team believe they have uncovered a secret that Disraeli wants to keep hidden.

Charles Dickens ........................................ Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton ........................................ Eleanor Howell
Daniel Parker ........................................ Andrew Buchan
Benjamin Disraeli ................................ Julian Rhind-Tutt
William Percy ........................................ Bertie Carvel
Mary Anne Wyndham Lewis ............................. Liz Sutherland
Lady Londonderry ....................................... Joan Walker
Rachel ............................................... Lydia Leonard
Official ................................................. Ben Crowe
Footman ............................................. Nyasha Hatendi
Archbishop ............................................. Dan Starkey
Speaker .......................................... Stephen Critchlow
Rabbi ..................................................... Alan Lee

Directed by Tracey Neale.


4/6 The Deal

When a timid doctor is accused of murdering his wealthy lover, Dickens alone is convinced of his innocence. His journalistic team's investigations descend into the harsh territory of the debtors' prison.

Charles Dickens ......................................... Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton ......................................... Eleanor Howell
Daniel Parker ......................................... Andrew Buchan
Brickman ........................................... Gerard McDermott
Harper ............................................ Stephen Critchlow
Blind Bill ................................................ John Rowe
Maria ................................................ Liz Sutherland
Dr Widdershins ......................................... Simon Treves
Prosecutor ........................................... Nyasha Hatendi
Turnkey ................................................. Dan Starkey
Judge ................................................... Chris Pavlo

Directed by David Hunter.


5/6 Murder in the Red Barn

When the body of a young baby is found floating on the river Thames, the Herald's chief correspondent Daniel Parker is given the task of finding out why. While his investigations take him and Charles Dickens into the poverty stricken areas of the City, Agnes is in the thick of philanthropy and theatricals in Belgravia.

Charles Dickens .......................................... Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton .......................................... Eleanor Howell
Daniel Parker .......................................... Andrew Buchan
Mr Dudman .............................................. Henry Goodman
Mrs Dudman ............................................... Joan Walker
Sarah ................................................. Liz Sutherland
Mrs Kindly ........................................... Helen Longworth
The Boatman ................................................ John Rowe
Equerry/Stallholder/PC ................................... Chris Pavlo

Directed by Tracey Neale.


6/6 Why Are We In Afghanistan?

Dickens and his team find themselves caught up in a web of espionage, intrigue and dark deeds at the Russian Embassy, culminating in a heroic balloon chase across the London skyline.

Charles Dickens .......................................... Dan Stevens
Agnes Paxton .......................................... Eleanor Howell
Daniel Parker .......................................... Andrew Buchan
Nadia Durova ........................................... Rachel Atkins
Alex Burns ............................................... Dan Starkey
Joseph Paxton ........................................... John Dougall
Bishop ..................................................... John Rowe
Ivan Vitkovich .......................................... Chris Pavlo

Directed by Tracey Neale.


Type : mpeg 1 layer III
Bitrate : 192
Mode : stereo
Frequency : 48000 Hz
Length : 04:22:21
Encoder : Lame 3.97
Source : Freeview

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