Spies

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's wartime novel of memory and confusion.

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Stephen thinks that Keith's mother is a German spy.

Michael Frayn's wartime novel is read by Martin Jarvis.

Episode 6 of 10.

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Stephen tries cigarettes for the first time.

Michael Frayn's novel is read by Martin Jarvis.

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Unable to get away from her controlling husband, Keith's mother persuades Stephen to deliver a basket of food to the stranger.

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Stephen decides to go to the underground hideout to find the identity of the coughing German stranger.

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Stephen finally resolves the mystery of the German spy.

Based on Michael Frayn's novel.

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Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's wartime novel of memory and confusion.

Is Keith's mum all she seems?

In Part 1, is Keith's Mum all she seems?

Is Keith's Mum all she seems?

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (1/10).

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Keith is convinced his mother is a German spy.

Stephen and Keith start to investigate.

In Michael Frayn's novel, Keith is convinced his mother is a German spy.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (2/10).

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Keith's mother keeps disappearing.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's wartime story of memory and confusion.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's WWII novel of two boys who find that the conflict has come closer to home.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home.

(3/10).

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Stephen and Keith make a discovery when they follow Keith's mother.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's WWII thriller.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (4/10).

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One night Stephen decides that he must go to the tunnel and explore the box alone.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's thriller.

Stephen decides that he must go to the tunnel and explore the box alone.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home.

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Stephen thinks that Keith's mother is a German spy.

Michael Frayn's wartime novel is read by Martin Jarvis.

Stephen tries to stop Keith getting in trouble with his dad.

Abridged from the novel by Michael Frayn.

Michael Frayn's wartime reminiscence novel is read by Martin Jarvis.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (6/10).

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Stephen tries cigarettes for the first time.

Michael Frayn's novel is read by Martin Jarvis.

Adaptation of the Michael Frayn novel.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (7/10).

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Unable to get away from her controlling husband, Keith's mother persuades Stephen to deliver a basket of food to the stranger.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (8/10).

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Stephen decides to go to the underground hideout to find the identity of the coughing German stranger.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (9/10).

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Stephen finally resolves the mystery of the German spy.

Based on Michael Frayn's novel.

Abridged from Michael Frayn's novel.

Janet McTeer reads Rose Macaulay's classic novel about a young girl growing up in post-war Britain and France.

Helen Deniston reveals the truth about her daughter

(10/10)

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's tale set during the Second World War.

In a quiet cul-de-sac, two boys discover that the conflict has come closer to home (10/10).