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Hilary Cooper watches her husband's story get chewed up and spat out by an unscrupulous media and a divided public. The whole nation competes to be the quickest to comment in this thrilling portrayal of the sound and fury of modern British politics.

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2016100520170130 (R4)Everybody hates Alistair Cooper and they're not afraid of saying it.

Starring Rachael Stirling (Detectorists, Capital) and Tobias Menzies (Games of Thrones, Outlander) alongside a cast of hundreds, Hilary Cooper watches her husband's story get chewed up and spat out by an unscrupulous media and a divided public. The whole nation competes to be the quickest to comment in this thrilling portrayal of the sound and fury of modern British politics.

Written by James Fritz. Produced and directed by Becky Ripley.

A national storm is raging. It is getting ugly. With Rachael Stirling and Tobias Menzies.

Drama from BBC Radio 4

20161005A national storm is raging. It is getting ugly. With Rachael Stirling and Tobias Menzies.

Drama from BBC Radio 4

  • produced and directed by Becky Ripley
  • Rachael Stirling (detectorists, capital)
  • Tobias Menzies (games of thrones, outlander)
  • and a cast of hundreds
  • written by James Fritz
  • 2016100520170130 (R4)Everybody hates Alistair Cooper and they're not afraid of saying it.

    Starring Rachael Stirling (Detectorists, Capital) and Tobias Menzies (Games of Thrones, Outlander) alongside a cast of hundreds, Hilary Cooper watches her husband's story get chewed up and spat out by an unscrupulous media and a divided public. The whole nation competes to be the quickest to comment in this thrilling portrayal of the sound and fury of modern British politics.

    Written by James Fritz. Produced and directed by Becky Ripley.

    Hilary Cooper watches her husband's story get chewed up and spat out by an unscrupulous media and a divided public. The whole nation competes to be the quickest to comment in this thrilling portrayal of the sound and fury of modern British politics."Everybody hates Alistair Cooper and they're not afraid of saying it.