Charles Dickens - The BBC Radio Drama Collection Volume Three : David Copperfield, Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - The BBC Radio Drama Collection Volume Three : David Copperfield, Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit

Description

Epic full-cast radio dramatisations of four of Charles Dickens' classic novels

Charles Dickens is one of the most renowned novelists of all time, and this third volume of the dramatised canon of his work includes some of his most famous stories.

David Copperfield
Described by Dickens as his `favourite child', this is the story of a boy growing to maturity in the affairs of the world and of the heart.

Bleak House
The tangled case of Jarndyce and Jarndyce ensnares all who come near it, from from young innocents Richard Carstone and Ada Clare to the regal Lady Deadlock and humble orphan Esther Summerson.

Hard Times
Hard facts are all that provincial businessmen Mr Gradgrind and Mr Bounderby feel are necessary in life. But the arrival of Sleary's circus in Coketown shows another way...

Little Dorrit
Centred around the Marshalsea Debtor's Prison, this much-loved tale follows the fortunes of young seamstress Amy Dorrit and Arthur Clennam, a man with a family secret to uncover.

With a star cast including Robert Glenister, Michael Kitchen, Honeysuckle Weeks, Kenneth Cranham, Eleanor Bron and Sir Ian McKellen, these BBC radio adaptations of Dickens' four great masterpieces are full of surprise, suspense and memorable characters.

Duration: 19 hours approx.


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Details

Author(s)
Charles Dickens, Full Cast, Ian McKellen, Kenneth Cranham, Michael Kitchen
Format
CD-Audio | 1 pages
Dimensions
138 x 140 x 35mm | 385g
Publication date
01 Mar 2018
Publisher
BBC Worldwide Ltd
Imprint
BBC Physical Audio
Publication City/Country
London, United Kingdom
Language
English
Edition
Unabridged
Edition Statement
Unabridged edition
ISBN10
1787530620
ISBN13
9781787530621
Bestsellers rank
1,130,473