Clochemerle

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0619980717

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

6: Outrage finally erupts into violence and Clochemerle's urinal is the target of a dynamite attack.

0619980717

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

6: Outrage finally erupts into violence and Clochemerle's urinal is the target of a dynamite attack.

0719980724

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

7: The French army is summoned to break up the Clochemerle riots.

0719980724

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

7: The French army is summoned to break up the Clochemerle riots.

08 LAST19980731

Andrew Sachs concludes the serialisation of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece about small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

8: Clochemerle experiences a spot of divine retribution.

Abridged by John Hartley

08 LAST19980731

Andrew Sachs concludes the serialisation of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece about small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

8: Clochemerle experiences a spot of divine retribution.

Abridged by John Hartley

198B0119980605

Andrew Sachs begins an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

1: The mayor of Clochemerle decrees that the public urinal should be built directly in front of the church door.

198B0119980605

Andrew Sachs begins an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

1: The mayor of Clochemerle decrees that the public urinal should be built directly in front of the church door.

198B0219980612

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

2: Clochemerle's new urinal is officially declared open for business.

198B0219980612

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

2: Clochemerle's new urinal is officially declared open for business.

198B0319980619

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

3: Clochemerle is bitterly divided over the new urinal, and all-out war seems unavoidable.

198B0319980619

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

3: Clochemerle is bitterly divided over the new urinal, and all-out war seems unavoidable.

198B0419980626

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

4: The controversy generated by Clochemerle's new urinal reaches fever pitch, reigniting many of the village's long-standing feuds and rivalries.

198B0419980626

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

4: The controversy generated by Clochemerle's new urinal reaches fever pitch, reigniting many of the village's long-standing feuds and rivalries.

198B0519980703

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

5: Clochemerle's womenfolk become embroiled in the impending war over the gents' urinal.

198B0519980703

Andrew Sachs continues an eight-part reading of Gabriel Chevallier's comic masterpiece of small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.

5: Clochemerle's womenfolk become embroiled in the impending war over the gents' urinal.