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Episode 2

Comedy adventure in the style of Charles Dickens. Stricken with grief at the apparent death of his wife, Jedrington begins to question the morality of his business empire.

Stricken with grief at the apparent death of his wife, Jedrington begins to question the morality of his business empire until on Easter Eve he is visited by three terrifying ghostly rabbits who drive him over the edge of despair.

Meanwhile, at the hands of Miss Primly Tightclench the governess and Mr Wackvile, headmaster of St Nasty's, the Secret-Past children suffer the worst extremes of Victorian education until Victor goes missing in a suspicious accident with an automatic caning machine. But who is the mysterious amnesiac woman wandering the East End?

30 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Jedrington Secret-Past Robert Webb
Conceptiva Secret-Past Katherine Parkinson
Victor Finlay Christie
Victoria Ambra Lily Keegan
Harmswell Grimstone Tim McInnerny
Jolliforth Jollington David Mitchell
Pusweasel Derek Griffiths
Primly Tightclench Sarah Hadland
Servegood Kevin Eldon
Mrs Grumblechoop Llewella Gideon
Smalcolm Blake Harrison
Poor Person Fergus Craig
Headmaster Wackville Adrian Edmondson
Moustache Woman Margaret Cabourn-Smith
Peasant 1 Mark Evans
Gentleman of a Cockney Tom Allen
Wretch Ed Coleman
Gob Calum MacPherson
Director Ben Gosling Fuller
Producer Gareth Edwards
Writer Mark Evans

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