Douglas Rogers - The Last Resort

Episodes

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0120100412 (BBC7)
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When he hears of the death of the first white farmer, Rogers is concerned for his parents.

1/5

The Last Resort by Douglas Rogers read by Jack Klaff. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall Productions. The author tells the story of his parents fight to stay on their backpacker lodge in Zimbabwe despite the political upheaval of the last decade. When he hears the news of the death of the first white farmer, Rogers is concerned for his parents safety but when he returns home to visit them, nothing has prepared him for what he finds.

0220100413 (BBC7)
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Douglas discovers that 'Drifters' has acquired a new set of customers.

2/5

The Last Resort by Douglas Rogers read by Jack Klaff. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall Productions. The author tells the story of his parents fight to stay on their backpacker lodge in Zimbabwe despite the political upheaval of the last decade.

Returning home for a visit, Douglas discovers that though the tourists have long gone, 'Drifters' has acquired a new set of customers.

0320100414 (BBC7)
20150325 (BBC7)
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Douglas's father now needs to see the senior government minister badly.

3/5

The Last Resort by Douglas Rogers read by Jack Klaff. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall Productions. The author tells the story of his parents fight to stay on their backpacker lodge in Zimbabwe despite the political upheaval of the last decade.

Despite having tried to avoid the senior government minister in his area for years, Douglas's father now needs to see him badly and is introduced to a soldier who, he is told, can help.

0420100415 (BBC7)
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A new manager arrives at Drifters, and to the owners' surprise the clientele changes again

4/5

The Last Resort by Douglas Rogers, read by Jack Klaff. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall Productions. The author tells the story of his parents fight to stay on their backpacker lodge in Zimbabwe despite the political upheaval of the last decade.

A new manager has taken over at 'Drifters,' and to the owners' amazement the clientele changes once more.

0520100416 (BBC7)
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The day the Rogers have been dreading arrives - angry war veterans march to their property

5/5

The Last Resort by Douglas Rogers, read by Jack Klaff. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall Productions. The author tells the story of his parents fight to stay on their backpacker lodge in Zimbabwe despite the political upheaval of the last decade.

The day that Douglas's parents have been dreading finally arrives.