Middlemarch

Middlemarch (1994)


  • Genre: Drama
  • First Air Date: 1994-04-10
  • Last Air Date: 1994-05-15
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 6
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 60 min.
  • Production Company: BBC
  • Networks: BBC Two
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Summary

19th century Great Britain. The Industrial Revolution brings both the promise and fear of change. In the provincial town of Middlemarch, the progressive Dorothea Brooke desperately seeks intellectual fulfillment in a male-dominated society and is driven into an unhappy marriage to the elderly scholar Casaubon. No sooner do they embark on their honeymoon than she meets and develops an instant connection with Casaubon's young cousin, Will Ladislaw. When idealistic Doctor Lydgate arrives, his new methods of medicine sweep him into the battle between conservatives and liberals in town. He quickly becomes enamored of the beautiful, privileged Rosamond Vincy, a woman whose troubles seem bound to destroy him.

  • Keywords: journalist, based on novel or book, industrial revolution, priest, miniseries, hospital, doctor, period drama, 19th century
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    Middlemarch Seasons

    Season 0

    First Air Date:
    2 Episodes

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1994-04-10
    6 Episodes

    Middlemarch Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 160 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 260 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 360 min
    Season 1Episode 4Episode 460 min
    Season 1Episode 5Episode 560 min
    Season 1Episode 6Episode 660 min
    • Rufus Sewell

      as Will Ladislaw
    • Juliet Aubrey

      as Dorothea Brooke
    • Peter Jeffrey

      as Bulstrode
    • Trevyn McDowell

      as Rosamond Vincy
    • Douglas Hodge

      as Dr. Tertius Lydgate
    • Robert Hardy

      as Arthur Brooke
    • Patrick Malahide

      as Rev. Edward Casaubon
    • Michael Hordern

      as
    • Jonathan Firth

      as Fred Vincy
    • Julian Wadham

      as Sir James Chettam
    • Colum Convey

      as Mr. Hawley
    • Simon Chandler

      as Rev. Farebrother
    • Rosemary Martin

      as Mrs. Bulstrode
    • Stephen Moore

      as Mayor Vincy
    • Caroline Harker

      as Celia Brooke
    • Clive Russell

      as Caleb Garth
    • Ronald Hines

      as Mr. Standish
    • Rachel Power

      as Mary Garth
    • Mary Hanefey

      as Lady Chettam
    • Elizabeth Spriggs

      as Mrs. Cadwallader
    • Jacqueline Tong

      as Mrs. Vincy
    • James Garbutt

      as Dr. Wrench
    • Patti Love

      as Mrs. Plymdale
    • Cheryl Fergison

      as Pritchard
    • Roger Milner

      as Pratt
    • Gabrielle Lloyd

      as Mrs. Garth
    • Fred Pearson

      as Mr. Bambridge
    • Ken Campbell

      as Mr Mawmsey
    Writing George Eliot Novel
    Camera Brian Tufano Director of Photography
    Production Louis Marks Producer

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