Charles Dickens was, at his peak, more famous than the royal family. Yet his relationship with Nelly Ternan went unreported, surfacing only when Claire Tomalin, 'the Agatha Christie of literary detection', fully exposed it. Ralph Fiennes and Abi Morgan talk about adapting that story, while Joanna Scanlon and Tom Hollander provide an actors' perspective.
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