Disgrace

Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee.

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20050617

2/8. Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee. David Lurie has an affair with a student - but hasn't bargained on the consequences.

20050624

3/8. Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee. David Lurie has been forced to resign his university post after an affair with a student.

20050701

As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post apartheid South Africa.

20050708

5/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post apartheid South Africa.

20050715

6/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa.

20050722

7/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa.

20050729

8/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa.

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University lecturer David meets one of his young female students while walking home.

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David Lurie has an affair with a student - but hasn't bargained on the consequences.

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David Lurie has been forced to resign his university post after an affair with a student.

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