William Hope reads the dark comic novel by Charles Webb, abridged in ten parts by Brian McCabe.
First published in 1963, the story of disaffected college boy Benjamin Braddock inspired the classic film starring Dustin Hoffman, as well the new stage version currently wowing West End audiences.
|02||Mrs Robinson, You Are Trying To Seduce Me, Aren't You?||20000606|
|03||Now I Have Wasted 21 Years Of My Life. And That Is A Hell Of A Lot To Waste.||20000607|
|04||Mrs Robinson - I Think You're The Most Attractive Woman Of All My Parents' Friends. I Mean That.||20000608|
|05||I Don't Want To Interrupt Your Thoughts, Mrs Robinson, But Do You Think We Might Do A Little Talking?'||20000609|
Mrs Robinson warns Benjamin to steer clear of her daughter Elaine.
But he faces growing pressure from his family, and from Mr Robinson, to ask Elaine out on a date.
|07||Dear Elaine, I Love You And I Can't Help Myself And I Am Begging You To Forgive Me For What I Did...||20000613|
|08||You Tell Me To Leave One Minute, Then Tell Me To Stay The Next - You're A Phoney, Elaine.'||20000614|
|09||Mr Robinson - The Point Is I Don't Love Your Wife. I Love Your Daughter, Sir.||20000615|
Elaine and Carl Smith are getting married at 11 o'clock on Saturday morning.
Benjamin is not on the guest list, but he is already on his way to the church.