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0620181126

A novel for Brexit Britain.

Beginning eight years ago on the outskirts of Birmingham and London, Jonathan Coe's new novel follows a Britain through a time of mind-boggling change. It paints a portrait of modern England up to Brexit: a country of nostalgia and delusion, of bewilderment and barely-suppressed rage.

Today: Cameron rolls the dice on the EU Referendum.

Writer: Jonathan Coe
Producer: Justine Willett
Reader: Jeff Rawle
Abridger: Richard Hamilton

Jeff Rawle reads Jonathan Coe's novel for Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Coe's new novel for our strange new times, read by Jeff Rawle.

0720181127

A novel for Brexit Britain.

Beginning eight years ago on the outskirts of Birmingham and London, Jonathan Coe's new novel follows a Britain through a time of mind-boggling change. It paints a portrait of modern England up to Brexit: a country of nostalgia and delusion, of bewilderment and barely-suppressed rage.

Today: standing on either side of the Referendum divide.

Writer: Jonathan Coe
Producer: Justine Willett
Reader: Jeff Rawle
Abridger: Richard Hamilton

Jeff Rawle reads Jonathan Coe's new satire on Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Coe's new novel for our strange new times, read by Jeff Rawle.

0820181128

A novel for Brexit Britain.

Beginning eight years ago on the outskirts of Birmingham and London, Jonathan Coe's new novel follows a Britain through a time of mind-boggling change. It paints a portrait in particular of modern England up to Brexit: a country of nostalgia and delusion, of bewilderment and barely-suppressed rage.

Today: Brexit divides the generations.

Writer: Jonathan Coe
Producer: Justine Willett
Reader: Jeff Rawle
Abridger: Richard Hamilton

Jeff Rawle reads Jonathan Coe's biting new satire on Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Coe's new novel for our strange new times, read by Jeff Rawle.

0920181129

A novel for Brexit Britain.

Beginning eight years ago, Jonathan Coe's new novel paints a portrait of Britain up to Brexit, from the riots to the Olympics to the Referendum and beyond. It's a portrait of nostalgia and delusion, of mind-boggling change, of bewilderment and barely-suppressed rage.

Today: Brexit chaos.

Writer: Jonathan Coe
Producer: Justine Willett
Reader: Jeff Rawle
Abridger: Richard Hamilton

Jeff Rawle continues Jonathan Coe's novel that tries to make sense of Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Coe's new novel for our strange new times, read by Jeff Rawle.

1020181130

A novel for Brexit Britain.

Beginning eight years ago, Jonathan Coe's new novel paints a portrait of Britain up to Brexit, from the riots to the Olympics to the Referendum and beyond. It's a portrait of nostalgia and delusion, of mind-boggling change, of bewilderment and barely-suppressed rage.

Today: adieu to Old England.

Writer: Jonathan Coe
Producer: Justine Willett
Reader: Jeff Rawle
Abridger: Richard Hamilton

Jeff Rawle concludes Jonathan Coe's biting satire of Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Coe's new novel for our strange new times, read by Jeff Rawle.