DAN ATKINSON finds sex, plagiarism and libel in a 1959 novel by Winston Graham.
Nigel Williams’s 1984 thriller involving trade unions, nationalised car manufacturers, far left politics – it’s a classic of its era, concludes DAN ATKINSON.
It’s 1968 and England is in a state of civil war. DAN ATKINSON investigates.
DAN ATKINSON revisits Len Deighton’s first novel from 1962.
DAN ATKINSON revisits ‘the most brilliant spy novel of our time’.
Melvyn Bragg meets Max Hastings in a 1980 novel, as DAN ATKINSON looks on.
DAN ATKINSON on a novel haunted by memories of the war.
DAN ATKINSON on Clare Francis’s fictionalized version of the Angry Brigade.
DAN ATKINSON revisits the James Bond of the mid-1950s.
Some coppers are bent – but they still investigate burglaries. It can only be the 1970s, says DAN ATKINSON.
DAN ATKINSON reads John Braine’s vision of a future Britain, written 50 years ago.
Arthur Hopcraft’s fictionalized version of T Dan Smith, read by DAN ATKINSON.