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Little Dorrit (Episodes Guide)

Episode #1.1
aired on March 29, 2009
Directed by: Dearbhla Walsh | Written by: Andrew Davies

Arthur Clennam seeks to learn more about young seamstress Amy Dorrit.

Episode #1.2
aired on March 29, 2009
Directed by: Dearbhla Walsh | Written by: Andrew Davies

Arthur befriends Amy Dorrit and involves himself in her family’s affairs, hoping to pay off her brother’s debt and give him the chance to start again.

Episode #1.3
aired on March 29, 2009
Directed by: Dearbhla Walsh | Written by: Andrew Davies

Flintwinch taunts Arthur’s mother about the mystery at the heart of the House of Clennam, while Amy discovers that ‘a gentleman’ has paid off her brother’s debts, and Arthur is invited to Twickenham to renew his acquaintance with the lovely Pet Meagles.

Episode #1.4
aired on April 5, 2009
Directed by: Dearbhla Walsh | Written by: Andrew Davies

Amy receives a proposal of marriage which throws her into confusion, Arthur is taken on as a partner in Daniel Doyce’s engineering works, and the French villain Rigaud arrives in London.

Episode #1.5
aired on April 5, 2009
Directed by: Dearbhla Walsh | Written by: Andrew Davies

Amy accompanies her sister Fanny to meet Mrs Merdle, queen bee of London society. Meanwhile, Rigaud comes into possession of the Clennam papers, and Chivery the turnkey asks Arthur to put in a word for young John with Amy.

Episode #1.6
aired on April 5, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Pancks recruits John Chivery to help him solve the mystery that connects the Dorrit family with the House of Clennam, while Arthur proposes to Pet Meagles. Elsewhere, Tattycoram runs away from Twickenham, and Amy resigns herself to a life without the man she loves.

Episode #1.7
aired on April 12, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Rigaud introduces himself to the House of Clennam, while Arthur is best man at Pet’s marriage to Henry Gowan. Pancks concludes his investigation into the Dorrit family’s long incarceration in the Marshalsea Debtors’ Prison, and Arthur and Amy break momentous news to Mr Dorrit.

Episode #1.8
aired on April 12, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Costume drama based on the Dickens novel. Mr Dorrit is released from prison after more than twenty years, and takes his family abroad to reinvent themselves as members of society.

Episode #1.9
aired on April 12, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Costume drama based on the Dickens novel. The Dorrits arrive in Venice, and Fanny renews an old acquaintance with Edmund Sparkler and his redoubtable mother Mrs Merdle.

Episode #1.10
aired on April 19, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Fanny has stolen the heart of Edmund Sparkler, whose mother, Mrs Merdle, is determined to separate them once and for all. Meanwhile, Merdle’s Bank is besieged by investors, and Arthur is worried when he sees a suspicious French stranger – the villainous Rigaud – at his mother’s house.

Episode #1.11
aired on April 19, 2009
Directed by: Adam Smith | Written by: Andrew Davies

Romance is in the air as Mrs General starts her campaign to woo Mr Dorrit, and Fanny turns the full beam of her attention on Sparkler.
Meanwhile, an unwelcome reminder of the old days comes to haunt Mr Dorrit in Venice.

Episode #1.12
aired on April 19, 2009
Directed by: Diarmuid Lawrence | Written by: Andrew Davies

Mr Dorrit leaves Amy behind in Venice as he returns to London with newlyweds Fanny and Sparkler, but the high life is not all he had hoped it would be.
Meanwhile, Arthur invests Doyce and Clennam’s capital in Merdle’s Bank, and Flora investigates the disappearance of Rigaud.

Episode #1.13
aired on April 26, 2009
Directed by: Diarmuid Lawrence | Written by: Andrew Davies

Mr Dorrit returns to Venice, a broken man, after a visit to London revives unwelcome memories. Arthur warns his mother that she may be in danger from Rigaud. And Amy and Arthur meet again.

Episode #1.14
aired on April 26, 2009
Directed by: Diarmuid Lawrence | Written by: Andrew Davies

Mr Merdle’s death and the collapse of Merdle’s Bank send shockwaves through London as thousands face financial ruin. Arthur returns to the Marshalsea a prisoner.