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20080203 (BBC7)An out of work advertising copywriter is escorted around the Underworld by the poet Milton. A 1994 play written by Don Taylor.
20090329 (BBC7)An out-of-work ad man is escorted on a special journey by the poet Milton.
20041019Karl and Rick from Underworld stand in for John Peel, playing all sorts of tunes by all sorts of people.
Genome: [r1 Bd=20000206]The dance outfit sits in for

Annie Nightingale.

Genome: [r1 Bd=20000206] Unknown: Annie Nightingale.
LB19981015Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel (3/5).
LB0219981013Hailed by some critics as the latest Great American Novel, Don DeLillo's 800-page work spans 50 years of American history.

Angus Macinnes reads a selection of key scenes.

Abridged by James Robertson (1/10).

LB0319981014Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel.

3 October 1951.

At a baseball game in New York, FBI director J Edgar Hoover learns that the Soviet Union has exploded an atomic bomb (3/10).

LB0419981016Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel, abridged by James Robertson (4/10).
LB0519981017Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel, abridged by James Robertson (5/10).
LB0619981020Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel, abridged by James Robertson (6/10).
LB07Bomb Your Lawn19981021Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel.

On 19 December 1961, advertising copywriters on a fertiliser account dream up a campaign to ``Bomb Your Lawn'' (7/10).

LB08We19981022Angus Macinnes reads key scenes from Don DeLillo's novel.

`We're All Gonna Die'.

Comedian Lenny Bruce picks up on the paranoia generated by the Cuban Missile Crisis (8/10).

LB09The Mask19981023By Don DeLillo.

`The Mask'.

28 November 1966.

J Edgar Hoover prepares for a fancy-dress ball.

Read by Angus Macinnes, abridged by James Robertson (9/10).

LB1019981024By Don DeLillo.

29 November 1966.

Anti-Vietnam protestors invade Truman Capote's masked ball in New York.

Read by Angus Macinnes, abridged by James Robertson (final part).