|02||Stones, Twenty Pounds||20001030||William Boot, accidental war correspondent of the Daily Beast, encounters the corrupt world of Ishmaelia in the heart of Africa, the even more corrupt British press corps, and a beautiful girl.|
|03||Lush Places||20001106||Love comes to William in the capital of Ishmaelia when he is left behind by the rest of the press corps.|
With the prospect of war looming, he wrestles with telegrams to the Daily Beast.
Directed by Dave Batchelor
|DRAMA||01||20001023||By Evelyn Waugh, adapted by Giles Havergal in four parts.|
`We at the Daily Beast think it a very promising little war', says Lord Copper, but who should cover it? A biting satire of class, prewar politics and the appalling cynicism of the newspaper industry.
With Giles Havergal, Matthew Whittle, Stephen MacDonald and Crawford Logan.
Directed by Dave Batchelor.
|SNT||19760529||By: Evelyn Waugh|
Starring: John Rowe/Rosalind Knight/Ronald Herdman.