Coda

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012008120820100712 (BBC7)
20110228 (BBC7)
20120227 (BBC7)
20141201 (BBC7)
20141202 (BBC7)

Toby Stephens reads from playwright Simon Gray's account of coming to terms with cancer.

Toby Stephens reads from the playwright and diarist Simon Gray's candid and darkly comic account of coming to terms with terminal cancer.

The playwright and diarist's frank, moving and often painfully funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer.

The playwright's moving and funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer.

The playwright and diarist's frank, moving and often painfully funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer. Read by Toby Stephens.

012008120820100712 (BBC7)
20110228 (BBC7)
20120227 (BBC7)

Toby Stephens reads from playwright Simon Gray's account of coming to terms with cancer.

Toby Stephens reads from the playwright and diarist Simon Gray's candid and darkly comic account of coming to terms with terminal cancer.

The playwright and diarist's frank, moving and often painfully funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer.

The playwright's moving and funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer.

0120081209
0220081209
022008120920100713 (BBC7)
20120228 (BBC7)
20141202 (BBC7)
20141203 (BBC7)

Gray's doctor delivers bad news.

Toby Stephens reads from the playwright and diarist Simon Gray's candid and darkly comic account of coming to terms with terminal cancer.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'. Read by Toby Stephens.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer. Read by Toby Stephens.

The playwright and diarist's 'last written words on the subject of myself'.

022008120920100713 (BBC7)
20120228 (BBC7)

Gray's doctor delivers bad news.

Toby Stephens reads from the playwright and diarist Simon Gray's candid and darkly comic account of coming to terms with terminal cancer.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'. Read by Toby Stephens.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer. Read by Toby Stephens.

0220081210

Gray's doctor delivers bad news.

032008121020100714 (BBC7)
20110301 (BBC7)
20110302 (BBC7)
20120229 (BBC7)
20141203 (BBC7)
20141204 (BBC7)

Facing terminal cancer, the playwright turns to newspaper obituaries and ends up wondering 'how many years did they manage?'.

The playwright turns to newspaper obituaries, wondering 'how many years did they manage?'.

Gray's doctor delivers bad news.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer.

Facing terminal cancer, the playwright turns to newspaper obituaries and ends up wondering 'how many years did they manage?'. Read by Toby Stephens.

032008121020100714 (BBC7)
20110301 (BBC7)
20110302 (BBC7)
20120229 (BBC7)

Facing terminal cancer, the playwright turns to newspaper obituaries and ends up wondering 'how many years did they manage?'.

The playwright turns to newspaper obituaries, wondering 'how many years did they manage?'.

Gray's doctor delivers bad news.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer in his 'last written words on the subject of myself'.

The doctor reveals the bad news about the playwright's cancer.

0320081211
0420081211
042008121120100715 (BBC7)
20110303 (BBC7)
20120301 (BBC7)
20141204 (BBC7)
20141205 (BBC7)

An overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

As the playwright comes to terms with terminal cancer, an overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

As the playwright faces terminal cancer, an overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

As the playwright faces terminal cancer, an overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau. Read by Toby Stephens.

042008121120100715 (BBC7)
20110303 (BBC7)
20120301 (BBC7)

An overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

As the playwright comes to terms with terminal cancer, an overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

As the playwright faces terminal cancer, an overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

0420081212

An overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.

05 LAST20081212
05 LAST2008121220100716 (BBC7)
20110304 (BBC7)
20120302 (BBC7)
20141205 (BBC7)
20141206 (BBC7)

Gray experiences the joy of a christening.

Coming to terms with his terminal cancer, the playwright experiences the joys of a christening - then goes to collect the results of his scan.

The playwright experiences the joys of a christening - then collects his scan results.

Coming to terms with his terminal cancer, the playwright experiences the joys of a christening.

The playwright experiences the joys of a christening.

Coming to terms with his terminal cancer, the playwright experiences the joys of a christening, then goes to collect the results of his scan. Read by Toby Stephens.

05 LAST2008121220100716 (BBC7)
20110304 (BBC7)
20120302 (BBC7)

Gray experiences the joy of a christening.

Coming to terms with his terminal cancer, the playwright experiences the joys of a christening - then goes to collect the results of his scan.

The playwright experiences the joys of a christening - then collects his scan results.

Coming to terms with his terminal cancer, the playwright experiences the joys of a christening.

The playwright experiences the joys of a christening.

05 LAST20081213

Gray experiences the joy of a christening.