Amsterdam

The plot of Ian Mcewan's Booker Prize-winning novel centres on newspaper revelations about the private life of the Foreign Secretary. Read by Michael Kitchen, abridged by Penny Leicester.

Episodes

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Vernon is served with an injunction to stop him publishing photographs of the Foreign Secretary.

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Clive and Vernon make a euthanasia pact, agreeing to help the other die in the event of losing their minds.

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Clive and Vernon argue about the morality of publishing photographs of the Foreign Secretary dressed in women's clothes.

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Walking in the Lake District in an attempt to find inspiration for his Millennium Symphony, Clive witnesses an argument between two hikers.

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Photographers gather outside Julian Garmony's house.

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Vernon urges Clive to go to the police about the Lakeland rapist, but Clive is in the middle of finishing his Millennium Symphony.

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Vernon is sacked as editor of the Judge.

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Clive travels to Amsterdam for the performance of his Millennium Symphony, determined to exact revenge on Vernon.

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Clive and Vernon exact revenge on each other.