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Summary

A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation of Anthony Burgess' novel which became a controversial film in the 1970s. In a nightmare world of the near future, packs of teenagers run wild, beyond the control of their families or the police. Alex is a gang leader, addicted to drug-fuelled assault, torture, and rape.

©1997 Anthony Burgess (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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  • eshai
  • 15-02-18

not good

there is annoying music in the background and it is the us version so it's missing a lot

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  • 16-07-17

Much different from the Stanley Kubrick film

Normally when one hears the title "A Clockwork Orange", one thinks of the Stanley Kubrick film starring Malcolm McDowell. I had since discovered that the novel from which the film was adapted had an original final chapter in which Alex decides to start a new life. This original ending is presented here in the BBC Radio 4 dramatization interspersed with appropriate musical numbers.

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