Ed Reardon's Week: The Complete Third Series

Ed Reardon's Week: The Complete Third Series

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Ed Reardon (Christopher Douglas) - author, pipe smoker, fare-dodger and master of the abusive email - returns for a third series. In these six episodes, Ed finds his literary juices are flowing after a new commission, and a visit by his father brings thoughts of inheritance to the misanthropic writer's mind. As well as venting his spleen writing corporate scripts, Ed also uses his skills to update obituaries - and produces a savage profile of an old friend. Written by Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds, Ed Reardon's Week includes guest appearances by Sean Lock, Laura Solon, Mark Watson, Morwenna Banks and David Warner. Ed Reardon's Week was voted Best Radio Programme by the Broadcasting Press Guild. 3 CDs. 2 hrs 48 mins.

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  • CD-Audio
  • 118 x 140 x 24mm | 158.76g
  • Random House Audiobooks
  • BBC Audiobooks Ltd
  • Bath, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged
  • 1408467437
  • 9781408467435
  • 481,019

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About Andrew Nickolds

Christopher Douglas is the author of Jardine, the biography of England test cricketer Andrew Jardine. With Andrew Nickolds, he is the co-creator of Ed Reardon, and stars in Ed Reardon's Week. He also teamed up with Nigel Planer to create the character of 'Nicholas Craig', a classical actor who starred in the BBC Four series How to be Old with Nicholas Craig and whose autobiography I, An Actor, was published by Methuen in 2001. Andrew Nickolds' radio credits include Loose Ends, Dave Podmore's Cricket Night and (with Christopher Douglas) ten series of Ed Reardon's Week. He is the author of numerous books, including Arthur Daley's Back to Basics, The Word of Pod and Cabinet Pudding. He writes a column as Ed Reardon for The Oldie, and one as Dave Podmore for the website Cricinfo.

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