On The Train To Chemnitz

Aubrey and Dorinda live their lives in their own claustrophobic world, dominated by guilt.

Their verbal games are vivid, unbelievable and true.

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20080109 BT=1015 (BBC7)
20080109 BT=2115 (BBC7)
20080110 BT=0215 (BBC7)

Aubrey and Dorinda live in their own world dominated by guilt. Their games of storytelling are vivid, unbelievable and true.

2001011520060627 (BBC7)
20060628 (BBC7)
20070712 (BBC7)
20070713 (BBC7)
20080109 (BBC7)
20080110 (BBC7)
20110105 (BBC7)
20110106 (BBC7)

Aubrey and Dorinda live their lives in their own claustrophobic world, dominated by guilt.

Their verbal games are vivid, unbelievable and true.

Aubrey and Dorinda live in their own world dominated by guilt, with games of storytelling.

Storytellers Aubrey and Dorinda inhabit a claustrophobic world fuelled by guilt.

Peter Tinniswood's drama with Paul Scofield.

Aubrey and Dorinda live in their own world dominated by guilt.

Their games of storytelling are vivid, unbelievable and true.

2001011520060627 (BBC7)
20060628 (BBC7)
20070712 (BBC7)
20070713 (BBC7)
20080109 (BBC7)
20080110 (BBC7)
20110105 (BBC7)
20110106 (BBC7)

Aubrey and Dorinda live their lives in their own claustrophobic world, dominated by guilt.

Their verbal games are vivid, unbelievable and true.

Aubrey and Dorinda live in their own world dominated by guilt, with games of storytelling.

Storytellers Aubrey and Dorinda inhabit a claustrophobic world fuelled by guilt.

Peter Tinniswood's drama with Paul Scofield.

Aubrey and Dorinda live in their own world dominated by guilt.

Their games of storytelling are vivid, unbelievable and true.