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Chapter Seven: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

59min - Strange and Norrell join forces to summon the Raven King and defeat the Gentleman. But nothing goes as planned. The prophecy of the Raven King means Jonathan and Arabella may never be reunited.

Chapter Six: The Black Tower

58min - Strange drives himself insane and learns that Arabella is alive, held captive by the Gentleman. When the Gentleman places him under a powerful curse, Strange returns magic to England.

Chapter Five: Arabella

58min - Strange returns from Waterloo expecting a peaceful life, but the Gentleman steals Arabella away. Thinking her dead, Strange confronts Norrell about the magic used to resurrect Lady Pole.

Chapter Four: All the Mirrors of the World

59min - Norrell's refusal to let Strange study disrespectable magic causes a split between them, while, unbeknown to them, the Gentleman has a plan to enchant Arabella. Returned from war, Jonathan Strange joins Mr Norrell and the duo try to help the famously mad George III, but Strange is frustrated at Norrell's refusal to discuss the legends of the Raven King. Strange narrowly manages to save the King from being stolen away and killed by the Gentleman, who swears revenge against the magician. When Strange finds that Norrell's aide Drawlight has been selling magical secrets, he also discovers magical roads behind all mirrors that prove the existence of the Raven King, but his determination to explore these new lands distresses his wife Arabella. Strange sees that Norrell will always obstruct his investigation of ancient magic, and decides to break with him and retire to the countryside with Arabella to write a book of his own. With Stephen's help, he Gentleman creates a ghoulish magical replacement for Arabella.

Chapter Three: The Education of a Magician

59min - Jonathan Strange accesses ancient and troubling magic as he fights the Napoleonic armies, while Mr Norrell battles to keep his secrets hidden. Arabella Strange discovers that the recently resurrected Lady Pole has become dangerously unhinged, but her letters to her husband about this are being intercepted by Mr Norrell. Jonathan Strange arrives in Spain, and finds that Lord Wellington has no interest in making use of him, until he proves able to conjure up magical roads for Wellington's armies. The mysterious Gentleman with thistledown hair enrols Sir Walter's servant Stephen to help him bewitch Arabella. Norrell reveals to Lady Pole that he has bargained away half of her life and there is nothing to be done for her. As the war goes on, Jonathan accesses dark and dangerous magic. The Gentleman tells Stephen of a prophecy that says Stephen will be a King. Lady Pole escapes her confinement and tries to kill Mr Norrell, shooting instead his servant Childermass.

Chapter Two: How Is Lady Pole?

58min - Mr Norrell’s magical illusions baffle the French Navy and win him the loyalty of Sir Walter Pole, but the magic he performed to revive Lady Pole has released something unnatural into Sir Walter’s home — a mysterious unseen Gentleman with thistledown hair. Jonathan Strange’s magical ability grows, and he comes to London take up an apprenticeship with Mr Norrell. But Norrell is reluctant to share his knowledge and refuses to teach Strange the ancient magic of the legendary Raven King. Later the two magicians are called to rescue a stricken ship. Meanwhile the Gentlemen has appeared to and enchanted Sir Walter’s impressive butler. Each night Stephen Black is drawn to an attic door that leads him to the mansion of Lost-hope, where he discovers Lady Pole trapped in an endless waltz.

Chapter One: The Friends of English Magic

59min - 1806. Magic once existed in England but it has long faded — that is until the reclusive Mr Norrell is discovered in Yorkshire. He comes to London to offer the government his services as a magician, but rising politician Sir Walter Pole refuses to align himself with such a disrespectable art. Disconsolate at his lack of success, Mr Norrell is set to return home, until news comes of the death of Sir Walter’s sickly, and wealthy, fiancée. Mr Norrell makes a dangerous pact with a mysterious Gentleman to restore her to life, proving magic respectable and establishing himself as the greatest magician in the land. Meanwhile, the charming and dissolute Jonathan Strange, more interested in drinking wine and winning the hand of the beautiful Arabella than reading dusty magical books, discovers he too has magical powers.