|01||01||Disco Shoes||20030116||20160418 (BBC7)|
Literary spoof series by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell, featuring chapters of imaginary best-selling novels.
A selection of chapters culled from books that bear a striking resemblance to something you might've read before, Paperback Hell returns; determined to destroy the good name of literature.
Choice chapters culled from classic novels you've read before.
The first of four chapters by four authors from the bestseller charts and none very good.
4 Extra Debut. The first of four chapters by four authors from the bestseller charts and none of them very good. Disco Shoes with Rebecca Front.
|01||02||Paddy Murphy's Ghost||20030123||20160425 (BBC7)|
A tale of a miserable Irish childhood in another spoof chapter of a bestseller.
A tale of a miserable Irish childhood in another spoof chapter of a bestseller. Starring Michael Fenton Stevens. From January 2003.
|01||03||Shopping For Mr Wrong||20030130||20160503 (BBC7)|
Tale of a singleton who wants to be swept off her feet. Another spoof chapter of a bestseller. Starring Mel Hudson. From January 2003.
|01||04 LAST||Ensign Mandalay's Hat||20030206||20160509 (BBC7)|
Can male pattern baldness be cured? Another spoof chapter of a bestseller.
Can male pattern baldness be cured? Another spoof chapter of a bestseller. With Dan Tetsell and Alex Lowe. From June 2003.
Inspired by Britain's bestselling humorous travel writers.
|02||02||The Body Bag||20040714||20050420|
This week, Paperback Hell brings you coolly beautiful maverick female forensic pathologist Katie Devlin in Chapter 15 of the gripping crime procedural novel The Body Bag.
Produced by Lucy Armitage.
Inspired by The Sharpe novels by Bernard Cornwell.
Narrated by popular bestselling historical author, Alexander Cromwell.
|02||04||Stop The Dodgems, I Want To Throw Up||20040728||20050504|
Jack Sunglasses Ramsey reads from his personal account of life in the 1960s criminal underworld.
Written by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell.
Produced by Lucy Armitage.
|02||05||How Not To Live||20040804||20050511|
Celebrity lifestyle gurus Gilly Haberdasher and Dr Graham Golden read from their tie-in book to the strangely popular TV programme, How Not To Live.
|02||06 LAST||Black Teeth Lane||20040811||20050518|
The series concludes the warm-hearted autobiography of a rebellious woman growing up in LONDON's Welsh community - Black Teeth Lane.
|03||01||Chapter 1 Of You Suck Bush||20051005||20070822|
An autobiographical account of radical campaigning film-maker Chuck Morris's trip to the Hay on Wye literary festival.
Written by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell
|03||02||Chapters 1 To 10 Of The De Niro Code||20051012||20070808|
We enter a shadowy world of papal conspiracies and numerological secrets...
|03||03||The Tu'penny Ha'penny Heiress||20051019||20070815|
A romantic, North-East based family saga.
|03||04||Deadline Colon News||20051026||20070905|
The exciting world of the BBC foreign correspondent, as John Thomas reads from his autobiography.
|03||05||A Posset Full Of Death||20051102||20070829|
Medieval monastic murder mysteries, as Edith Plunger reads from her historical thriller,
|03||06 LAST||Forbidden Fire||20051109||20070912|
A young woman's sexual awakening, as the bestselling author Anonymous reads from a specially adapted version of Forbidden Fire.