By Laurence Sterne.
New adaptation of this groundbreaking comic novel.
Tristram attempts to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas, but he continually finds he has to digress.
|02||20050201||Tristram tries to recount the tale of his birth, but keeps getting distracted.|
|03||20050202||Still intent on recounting the story of his birth, Tristram introduces us to the odious Dr Slop.|
|04||20050203||In telling his life story, Tristram still hasn't managed to get beyond being born.|
|05||20050204||After the disaster of Tristram's birth, his Father thinks up a scheme to help his unfortunate son.|
|06||20050207||Having recovered from the disastrous incident with Tristram's nose, his Father is dealt another blow.|
|07||20050208||Tristram's Father receives awful news, and yet another misfortune befalls the boy Tristram.|
|08||20050209||Uncle Toby performs a typical act of kindness and falls in love.|
|09||20050210||Widow Wadman bustles her way into Toby's sentry box and then into his heart.|
|10 LAST||20050211||Events build to a climax for Bridget and Trim in the kitchen, whilst Mrs Wadman is shocked to discover the location of Toby's injury.|