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Number 10 is a drama series for BBC Radio 4 about a fictional British Prime Minister and his staff. The series was created by Jonathan Myerson, and produced by Clive Brill of Pacificus Productions, with Peter Hyman as Political Advisor. It has had five series to date, in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012. The first three series starred Antony Sher as Adam Armstrong, the Labour Prime Minister. The fourth series replaced him with Damian Lewis as a Tory prime minister in a minority government, in response to the United Kingdom coalition government which took office in 2010. "Myerson's radio play was Shakespearean in its intrigue, its moments of tragedy and comedy and in its multi-layered action....Sixty action-packed minutes led to a gripping denouement. Number 10 possesses the fast pace that is found in the best of TV drama, which radio has been crying out for.
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List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/Number10Series1/Number 10 101.mp3: Number 10 101 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series1/Number 10 102.mp3: Number 10 102 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series1/Number 10 103.mp3: Number 10 103 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series1/Number 10 104.mp3: Number 10 104 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series1/Number 10 105.mp3: Number 10 105 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series2/Number 10 201.mp3: Number 10 201 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series2/Number 10 202.mp3: Number 10 202 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series2/Number 10 203.mp3: Number 10 203 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series2/Number 10 204.mp3: Number 10 204 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series2/Number 10 205.mp3: Number 10 205 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series3/Number 10 301.mp3: Number 10 301 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series3/Number 10 302.mp3: Number 10 302 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series3/Number 10 303.mp3: Number 10 303 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series3/Number 10 304.mp3: Number 10 304 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series3/Number 10 305.mp3: Number 10 305 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series4/Number 10 401.mp3: Number 10 401 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series4/Number 10 402.mp3: Number 10 402 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series4/Number 10 403.mp3: Number 10 403 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series4/Number 10 404.mp3: Number 10 404 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series4/Number 10 405.mp3: Number 10 405 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series5/Number 10 501.mp3: Number 10 501 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series5/Number 10 502.mp3: Number 10 502 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series5/Number 10 503.mp3: Number 10 503 http://archive.org/download/Number10Series5/Number 10 504.mp3: Number 10 504
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