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A Very British Coup


"A Very British Coup" is a 1982 novel by British politician Chris Mullin. The novel has twice been adapted for television. The first version, also titled A Very British Coup, was adapted in 1988 by screenwriter Alan Plater and director Mick Jackson. Starring Ray McAnally, the series was first screened on Channel 4 and won Bafta and Emmy awards, and was syndicated to more than 30 countries.

  • also known as "Very British Coup", Very British Coup, [email protected] British Coup
  • language: English Language
  • subject: Election


A Very British Coup is a TV program.

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Google previewHistorical Dictionary of British Spy Fiction (2016)

by Alan Burton

A Very British Coup is about something darker, the theft of good intentions.” The drama attracted generally good reviews in the press, not least for the acting of Ray McAnally as Harry Perkins. Some critics, however, seemed offended by the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of British Film (2016)

Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane

A Very British Coup (1988) and The Last of the Blonde Bombshells (2000), a charming valentine to a bevy of actresses of a certain ...

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