Barnaby Rudge

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


30771. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #52. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The conclusion of story. Barnaby is pardoned at the last second, Edward plans to wed Emma, Joe and Dolly are to be married, Barnaby is reunited with his mother. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30770. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #51. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Jacob Rudge is exhausted, as are the blind man and Hugh, and Barnaby is next! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30769. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #46. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Varden is knocked out when he refuses to help, the mob enters the prison and frees Barnaby and Mr. Rudge. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 14 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30768. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #45. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Rudge plans his revenge upon his wife and son, Varden the locksmith is forced to join the rioters. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30766. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #43. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Barnaby is jailed at Newgate, where his father, the murderer, visits him! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30767. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #44. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge finds her husband in the cell with Barnaby. The blind man has an evil plan to free Barnaby from jail! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30765. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #42. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Emma and Dolly are rescued, but Barnaby is seized by the soldiers as a rioter! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30764. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #41. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Joe and Edward try to rescue Dolly and Emma From the rioters. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30763. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #40. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The mob approaches Mr. Chester's home, Edward Chester accuses his father and shoots him! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30762. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #39. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Joe and Edward capture the man in the tower, it's Jacob Rudge, Barnaby's father!, Emma and Dolly are being held prisoner by the evil Mr. Chester. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30761. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #38. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Two soldiers approach the ruins of the Maypole...Joe and Edward returned from the wars! Who is the figure in the tower? Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30760. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #37. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Emma and Dolly are kidnaped back to London. The Warren is burned. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30759. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #36. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The mob enters the Warren and plunders it. Emma and Dolly guess that Mr. Chester is behind it. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30758. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #35. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The Maypole Inn is plundered, Miss Emma and Dolly are alone at the Warren as the mob attacks! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30757. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #34. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Barnaby is trapped amid the rioters, Hugh plans to sack the Maypole and the Warren. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30756. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #33. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. London is in the grip of the "Gordon Riots." Hugh tries to protect the Varden house. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30755. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #32. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Barnaby is separated from Mrs. Rudge during a riot started by evil Mr. Chester, she goes to locksmith Varden for help. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30754. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #31. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge and Barnaby return to London, where Barnaby meets Hugh, who plans to take Barnaby from her! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/4 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30753. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #30. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge decides that she and Barnaby must flee once again, and do so. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30752. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #29. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The blind man takes all of Mrs. Rudge's money and has a plan to ruin Barnaby. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30751. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #28. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The robber escapes, and after many months of waiting for his return, the cottage is closed up. Meanwhile the robber's blind accomplice has found the hiding place of Mrs. Rudge and Barnaby! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30750. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #27. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Haredale and the robber grapple. The same robber killed Mr. Haredale's brother 27 years ago! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30748. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #25. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. A visit to the London cottage, and the discovery of many thefts. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30749. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #26. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge's house is being used as a hideout. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30747. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #24. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The ghost of Mr. Rudge walks, then Emma is heard screaming! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30746. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #23. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. On the 27th anniversary of the murders, Solomon arrives to re-tell the story, but is stricken dumb with fright when he arrives at the Inn. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30742. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #17. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. The stranger forces Mrs. Rudge to give him food and shelter. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30743. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #18. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge fears the stranger will kill simple minded Barnaby, what blackmail does he know over Mrs. Rudge? Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30744. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #21. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mrs. Rudge confesses her sins to Emma and her uncle. Barnaby and Mrs. Rudge have disappeared! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30745. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #22. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. How is Mrs. Rudge connected with two old murderers? Dolly goes to live with Emma, Joe and Edward have left with the Army and are not heard from for five years! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30741. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #16. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Joe leaves for the Army, Barnaby's mother is frightened. A stranger arrives. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30740. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #15. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Dolly is in tears, Joe is broken-hearted and joins the Army. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30739. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #14. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Joe runs off to London and almost joins the Army, he visits Dolly who is cool to him. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30738. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #13. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Barnaby tells Emma about Edward, Joe decides to leave the tavern. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30736. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #11. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Dolly tells Mr. Chester about Hugh. Mr. Chester not only tells Hugh, but lies to Emma about Edward. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30737. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #12. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Chester makes Edward appear to Emma as a wastrel and liar. Edward leaves to make his fortune. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

30735. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #10. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Hugh threatens Dolly into silence and later gives John Chester the letter. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30734. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #9. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Joe chases Hugh away from Dolly and returns her to her parents. Just as she's about to reveal who tried to kiss her, Hugh enters the room! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/4 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30733. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #8. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Edward's father hires a gypsy to keep him from Emma, a letter is intercepted. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

30732. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #7. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Edward is ordered from Emma's house. Meeting Barnaby, they discuss the murder of Emma's father. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23939. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #6. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Chester engages Hugh to spy on the young lovers. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23938. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #5. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Chester and Haredale, bitter enemies for twenty-five years, meet and make a pact to break up the romance between Chester's son and Haredale's niece. Episode #1 of this program was heard in Australia on December 11, 1944. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23936. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #3. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Barnaby eavesdrops on a conversation and acts strangely. Does Mrs. Rudge know that the mysterious ruffian is the same one who attacked Mr. Chester? Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23937. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #4. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Young Joe pays a visit to Miss Dolly, and reveals that the elder Mr. Chester is stopping at the inn. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23935. Barnaby Rudge. 1944. Program #2. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. A wounded Mr. Chester, and a strange visitor at Mrs. Rudge's door. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23934. Barnaby Rudge. December 11, 1944. Program #1. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. A strange tale of murder, told in an inn. The date of the first broadcast of episode #1 in Australia was December 11, 1944. The story was released in 52 episodes. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

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