Now is the winter of their discontent.
It is Christmas, 1898, and Prescott House on Beacon Hill is ready to receive the visitors from England, which includes their son Andrew and his wife Jessica, Lord and Lady Burden, and their son, Trevor. Aurora Prescott leaves for New York, recovering from a recent tragedy, and Robert has a final confrontation with Miss Logan. Charles Prescott is now the President of a new Railroad company - however he soon discovers that while his financial empire is building at an extraordinary rate, his family is falling apart. This audio drama contains four episodes from the series by Colonial Radio Theatre.
BEACON HILL contains adult subject matter and language. Parental discretion is advised.
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The story line creates constant frustration. The listener isn't given any time to recuperate from one character's self imposed disaster before being hurled into the next.
I enjoy the Colonial Playhouse Radio productions, but I will definitely pay more attention to ratings.
I'm very sorry I wasted my credits on Series2, 3 and 4.
Keep it clean like "Jerry and the Pirates".
Not this one particular story line. My children love his "jerry and the Pirates" series. That's why I was surprised with this story.
I'm ordering anymore of these.
Leave out the cursing, homosexuality and drunks.
Beacon Hill 4 was my Christmas treat saved for the long car rides over the rivers and through woods to relatives' homes. Darker and intricate plot twists made the travel enjoyable. Hope this isn't the end! I want to know what happens to Aurora, Brandon and Marietta plus Williams, Logan and Lucille.
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