What A Carve Up!

Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

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012005022220090406Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.
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032005030820090408Michael enlists the services of a private detective.|a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.|Robert Bathurst stars as the winshaw family's biographer, michael pearce, who this week enlists the services of a private detective
042005031520090409Michael Pearce is writing the biography of the notorious Winshaw family.|He encounters Mortimer Winshaw's son, art guru Roddy.|a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.|michael pearce encounters mortimer winshaw's son, art guru roddy|michael pearce is writing the biography of the all-powerful, notorious winshaw family.|this week, he encounters mortimer winshaw's son; roddy - the art guru
052005032220090413Farmer Dorothy squeezes every last pound from her livestock.|a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.|say hello to dorothy, the farmer who squeezes every last pound from her livestock
062005032920090414Biographer Michael Pearce turns his attention to Thomas Winshaw, financier and lifelong voyeur.|a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.|michael pearce turns his attention to thomas winshaw, financier and lifelong voyeur
072005040520090415The spotlight falls on arms dealer Mark Winshaw.|a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.
08 LAST2005041220090416The final episode and a spectacular climax for this satirical tale of foul play in the british establishment