Charles Dickens - Journalist

Five pieces of journalism by the master of Victorian literature.

Read by Martin Jarvis, abridged by Paul Kent.

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01A Flight1998120719990712

Five pieces of journalism by the master of Victorian literature.

Read by Martin Jarvis, abridged by Paul Kent.A humorous account of a journey by train from LONDON to PARIS.

01A Flight1998120719990712

Five pieces of journalism by the master of Victorian literature.

Read by Martin Jarvis, abridged by Paul Kent.A humorous account of a journey by train from LONDON to PARIS.

02Night Walks1998120819990713

Suffering from insomnia, Dickens encounters the strangest of people as he walks the streets of LONDON.

02Night Walks1998120819990713

Suffering from insomnia, Dickens encounters the strangest of people as he walks the streets of LONDON.

03Wapping Workhouse1998120919990714

Dickens decides to investigate the disturbing reports of conditions in LONDON's workhouses.

03Wapping Workhouse1998120919990714

Dickens decides to investigate the disturbing reports of conditions in LONDON's workhouses.

04Railway Strikes1998121019990715

Dickens criticises striking railway workers for putting the nation's safety at risk.

04Railway Strikes1998121019990715

Dickens criticises striking railway workers for putting the nation's safety at risk.

05 LASTRed Tape1998121119990716

The farce that lies behind the red tape of parliamentary procedure is exposed in this satirical account.

05 LASTRed Tape1998121119990716

The farce that lies behind the red tape of parliamentary procedure is exposed in this satirical account.