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March 09, 2016

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When I saw this headline, I shouted, "YES!" in the midst of the quiet office where I am employed - and it was not until several pairs of understandably concerned (my politically correct way of saying, overtly nosey) eyes and ears had retreated back to their own cubicles - that I read the depressing fine print.

FYI: A couple weeks ago I tweeted PBS and asked if they had any plans to broadcast the series in the near future.

They replied, "Thank you, Jerry. We'll look into it and get back to you."

Haven't heard anything yet.

The old brushoff, I'm thinking.

I'm so sorry to have gotten your hopes up, Jerry!

You did! But fear not. I'm reasonably sure I'll live. And I'll keep looking for further updates, because I have no doubt that you'll be among the first to spread the good news.

I would like to ask if DICKENSIAN (which I saw on
Simply June) will be available in the USA in NTSC format that will play on American DVD players. I
know that the BBC is no longer doing DVDs, but I
hoep so much that this series will be it into NTSC
format.

As I implied in the post, Thomas, I don't know. I hope so, but I just don't know. I'm sorry I can't be of more help.

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