Disgrace

Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee.

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0120050610University lecturer David meets one of his young female students while walking home.
0220050617David Lurie has an affair with a student - but hasn't bargained on the consequences.

2/8. Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee. David Lurie has an affair with a student - but hasn't bargained on the consequences.

0320050624David Lurie has been forced to resign his university post after an affair with a student.

3/8. Derek Jacobi reads Disgrace by Nobel Prize-winning South African author J M Coetzee. David Lurie has been forced to resign his university post after an affair with a student.

0420050701As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post apartheid South Africa.

"As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post apartheid South Africa."

0520050708"5/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post apartheid South Africa."
0620050715"6/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa."
0720050722"7/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa."
08 LAST20050729"8/8. As part of the BBC's Africa season, Sir Derek Jacobi reads from JM Coetzee's Nobel Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa."