What A Carve Up!

Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

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1/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Hortensia/Tabitha....Flaminia Cinque

Mortimer....Charlie Higson

Alice....Lucy Punch

Pyles....Jeff Rawle

Michael's Mum....Geraldine McNulty

Lawrence/Waiter....Gus Brown

Produced by Lucy Armitage.

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2/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Hilary....Rebecca Front

Henry/Peter Eaves....Jeff Rawle

Findlay/McGanny....Charlie Higson

Hortensia/Receptionist/Nanny....Flaminia Cinque

Alan Beamish/Taxi Driver....Gus Brown

Simon Pride Wetherby....Alan Davies

Michael's Mum....Geraldine McNulty

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Michael enlists the services of a private detective.

a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.

Robert Bathurst stars as the winshaw family's biographer, michael pearce, who this week enlists the services of a private detective

3/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Findlay....Charlie Higson

Henry....Jeff Rawle

Hortensia....Flaminia Cinque

Alan Beamish....Gus Brown

Michael's Mum....Geraldine McNulty

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Michael Pearce is writing the biography of the notorious Winshaw family.

He encounters Mortimer Winshaw's son, art guru Roddy.

a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.

michael pearce encounters mortimer winshaw's son, art guru roddy

michael pearce is writing the biography of the all-powerful, notorious winshaw family.

this week, he encounters mortimer winshaw's son; roddy - the art guru

3/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael Pearce is writing the biography of the all-powerful, notorious Winshaw family. This week, he encounters Mortimer Winshaw's son; Roddy - the art guru.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Roddy/ Farringdon....Gus Brown

Findlay....Charlie Higson

Hilary....Rebecca Front

Pyles/Phoebe's Dad....Jeff Rawle

Conrad/Mortimer....Charlie Higson

Phoebe....Lucy Punch

Tabitha....Flaminia Cinque

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Farmer Dorothy squeezes every last pound from her livestock.

a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.

say hello to dorothy, the farmer who squeezes every last pound from her livestock

5/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs, is a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Dorothy....Geraldine McNulty

Findlay/Mortimer....Charlie Higson

George Brunwin/Electrician....Gus Brown

Henry/Farmer....Jeff Rawle

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Biographer Michael Pearce turns his attention to Thomas Winshaw, financier and lifelong voyeur.

a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.

michael pearce turns his attention to thomas winshaw, financier and lifelong voyeur

6/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs - a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Findlay....Charlie Higson

Thomas Winshaw....Geoffrey Palmer

James Gilroy....Gus Brown

Hortensia....Flaminia Cinque

Michael's Mum....Geraldine McNulty

Alice....Lucy Punch

Henry/Hanrahan....Jeff Rawle

Sid James....Arthur Smith

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The spotlight falls on arms dealer Mark Winshaw.

a tiger aspect production for bbc radio 4.

7/8. Jonathan Coe's cult novel, adapted by David Nobbs - a black comedy inspired by the immorality, greed and ambition of 1980s Britain.

The spotlight is turned on Mark Winshaw, the arms dealer.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Fiona....Fiona Allen

Mark Winshaw....Alan Davies

Pemberton-Oates....Gus Brown

Joan/Fiona's Nurse....Flaminia Cinque

Hilary Winshaw....Rebecca Front

Michael's Mum/Doctor Gillam....Geraldine McNulty

Thomas Winshaw/Elderly Swimmer....Geoffrey Palmer

Henry Winshaw/German Industrialist....Jeff Rawle

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The final episode and a spectacular climax for this satirical tale of foul play in the british establishment

8/8

Set in 1991. The final episode and a spectacular climax for this satirical tale of foul play in the British Establishment.

Michael....Robert Bathurst

Roddy Winshaw....Gus Brown

Hortensia/Tabitha....Flaminia Cinque

Mark Winshaw....Alan Davies

Hilary Winshaw....Rebecca Front

Mortimer Winshaw....Charlie Higson

Michael's mum/Dorothy....Geraldine McNulty

Thomas Winshaw....Geoffrey Palmer

Phoebe....Lucy Punch

Henry Winshaw/Pyles....Jeff Rawle

Adapted by David Nobbs from the original novel 'What A Carve Up!' by Jonathan Coe.