Aristocrats (1999– )
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Episode #1.4 

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William Ogilvie arrives in Ireland to act as teacher for Emily's children. Sarah has developed a reputation while staying in Paris and both scandal and gossip ensue. Lady Caroline does her ... See full summary »

Director:

David Caffrey

Writers:

Harriet O'Carroll, Stella Tillyard (biography)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
George Anton George Anton ... William Ogilvie
Alun Armstrong ... Henry Fox
Michael Bates Michael Bates ... Reporter 2
Tom Beard ... Charles 3rd Duke of Richmond
Gary Cady Gary Cady ... Lord William Gordon
Ben Daniels ... Lord Kildare
Anne-Marie Duff ... Lady Louisa
Serena Gordon Serena Gordon ... Lady Caroline
Luke Hayden Luke Hayden ... Reporter 1
Andrew Fitzsimons Andrew Fitzsimons ... Young Edward Fitzgerald
Andrew Havill ... Charles Bunbury
Toby Jones ... Ste Fox
Frank Kelly ... George Selwyn
Jodhi May ... Lady Sarah
Tom Mullion Tom Mullion ... Thomas Conolly
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William Ogilvie arrives in Ireland to act as teacher for Emily's children. Sarah has developed a reputation while staying in Paris and both scandal and gossip ensue. Lady Caroline does her best to ensure that Emily hears nothing of it. Sarah is unhappy however and feels guilty over her behavior but it doesn't prevent her from having an affair with William Gordon with whom she has fallen deeply in love. She becomes pregnant by him and confides in Caroline whose advice is that she tell no one. Sarah's husband is willing to put her indiscretion in the past provided she gives up her lover. She doesn't do so and runs off with Gordon. The youngest of the Lennox sisters, Cecelia, goes to England to help Sarah with her child but she is not well. Sarah's indiscretions lead to a wedge being driven through the family, thereby tainting Cecelia's reputation and whose health takes a turn for the worse. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | History

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Release Date:

11 July 1999 (UK) See more »

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Irish Screen, WGBH See more »
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