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Rev. Septimus Harding is much-loved in Barchester, perhaps the most beloved citizen in the county. In addition to the work at his church, which includes a superb choir, he is also Warden of... See full summary »

Director:

David Giles

Writers:

Anthony Trollope (novel), Alan Plater (dramatised by)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Donald Pleasence ... Rev. Septimus Harding
David Gwillim ... John Bold
John Ringham ... Mr. Finney
Joseph O'Conor ... Mr. Bunce
Clifford Parrish Clifford Parrish ... Abel Handy
Wally Thomas ... Mr. Moody
Kenneth Keeling Kenneth Keeling ... Mr. Gazy
Janet Maw Janet Maw ... Eleanor Harding
Nigel Hawthorne ... Archdeacon Theophilus Grantly
Cyril Luckham ... Bishop Grantly
Barbara Flynn ... Mary Bold
Angela Pleasence ... Susan Grantly
Denis Carey Denis Carey ... Job Skulpit
George Costigan ... Tom Towers
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Rev. Septimus Harding is much-loved in Barchester, perhaps the most beloved citizen in the county. In addition to the work at his church, which includes a superb choir, he is also Warden of a local hospital where a group of elderly gentlemen reside and receive a small stipend from the will of a benefactor who died some 400 years ago. Dr. John Bold has been tasked to look into this will to determine if its wishes are being correctly applied. He is particularly concerned the Rev. Harding is in receipt of an annual stipend of £800 per year - a considerable increase in the original amount owing to a vast increase in the value of the property - while its residents receive only 1s6d per day. The results of Bold's investigations figure prominently in a newspaper article denouncing the practices of the Church of England. Rev. Harding takes all of the criticism in his stride, even beginning to wonder if his remuneration might in fact be excessive. His daughter Eleanor however does not and any ... Written by garykmcd

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10 November 1982 (UK) See more »

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