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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.

06Episode 620181126

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.

07Episode 720181127

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.

08Episode 820181128

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.

09Episode 920181129

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.

10Episode 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.