|01||Tinker, Tailor, Splicer, Spy||20031126|
|02||A Bout De Splicer||20031203|
Wheeler's success at Cambridge leads to a trip to Paris and a meeting with Simone De Beauvoir
|03||Splicing Is The Mother Of Invention||20031210|
Undaunted by Splicers' Disease, in which letters, words and phrases are removed from speech as the sufferer is talking, Creighton pioneers some of the great inventions of the 20th Century.
The Romco Thatchmaster, Biro Stabiliser and Vegetable Atomiser.
But as in his speech, so in his creations: there's always something vital missing.
|04 LAST||The Daft Continent||20031217|
Wheeler played a key role in the independence of a far-flung British Colony.