Bleak House

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.


30703. Bleak House. 1936. Program #28. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Esther accepts John's proposal, and then finds out that her beloved Dr. Woodcock is alive after all! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30702. Bleak House. 1936. Program #27. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Esther now knows her mother's identity, Ada tries to convince her to marry John, a family friend. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30701. Bleak House. 1936. Program #26. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Lady Deadlock tells Esther the rest of her story and how she must now atone for her sins. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30700. Bleak House. 1936. Program #25. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Lady Deadlock reveals to Esther that she is her Mother, and why she never married Capt. Riordan, her father. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30699. Bleak House. 1936. Program #24. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Tarkington is almost ready for his revenge on Lady Deadlock. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30698. Bleak House. 1936. Program #23. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Lawyer Tarkington forces George to give him the letter, making the evidence against Lady Deadlock more certain. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30697. Bleak House. 1936. Program #22. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Guppy confesses to Lady Deadlock that he hasn't recovered the letters, but wants to marry Esther anyway. She orders him to leave. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30696. Bleak House. 1936. Program #21. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Guppy and George are en route to visit Mr. Crook, but they smell a foul odor and discover Crook's dead body. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30695. Bleak House. 1936. Program #20. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Esther is really Lady Deadlock's illegitimate daughter, the secret of the letters. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30694. Bleak House. 1936. Program #19. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Further attempts to obtain the letters before Mr. Cook, who cannot read, finds out their true worth. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30693. Bleak House. 1936. Program #18. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Tarkington tries to get some incriminating letters owned by George Roundswell, who won't part with them. George visits Mr. Crook about the money he owes. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12 1/2 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30692. Bleak House. 1936. Program #17. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Tarkington the lawyer, tells Lady Deadlock of his love, but she is repelled. Swearing revenge, he teams up with Hortense to bring about the downfall of Lady Deadlock. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30691. Bleak House. 1936. Program #16. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Rosa and her lover Watt hear the steps of a ghost that has long cursed the Deadlock family. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30690. Bleak House. 1936. Program #15. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Little Joe is ill with Smallpox, and Esther has caught it. She then learns that Dr. Woodcock's ship has sunk and he is lost! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30689. Bleak House. 1936. Program #14. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Richard visits and reveals he won't become a doctor, Dr. Woodcock proposes to Esther before leaving for China, and a little boy is taken sick behind the barn. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

30688. Bleak House. 1936. Program #13. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. A serialization of the novel by Charles Dickens. As Ester and Ada are preparing to return to Bleak House, Hortense (a French maid) asks for a job. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 13 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23949. Bleak House. 1936. Program #7. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Guppy, the cockney, pays Mr. Crook, the former landlord of Mr. Nemo, a visit. Lady Deadlock visits the grave of Mr. Nemo, her old lover. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23944. Bleak House. 1936. Program #8. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Guppy calls on Bleak House to confess his love to Esther. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23943. Bleak House. 1936. Program #6. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Internal dissension at Bleak House, a cockney notices a resemblance between Lady Deadlock and some-one else. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23941. Bleak House. 1936. Program #2. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Esther's god-mother dies, Esther learns she is to be cared for by John Jondice, involved as he is in a 17 year old lawsuit! Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23942. Bleak House. 1936. Program #5. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Mr. Nemo has been found dead, the inquest rules accidental death. Who was the poor man, and was he killed by an overdose of opium? Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

23940. Bleak House. March 9, 1936. Program #1. Australian Columbia transcription, syndicated. Commercials added locally. Why is Lady Deadlock so concerned about a legal copyist, as to faint upon seeing his handwriting? The first episode of the series was first broadcast in Australia on March 9, 1936. The series was released in 52 episodes. Charles Dickens (author), The George Edwards Players. 12:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 22 programs.