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A BBC Radio 4 'Afternoon Play' starring Bill Nighy as widower Christopher, originally broadcast on 20 April 2011.

When his wife died three years ago, Christopher fled London for a simpler existence in Cornwall, where he has settled on bat protection as his mission. Colette and her noisy daughters rent the holiday cottage next door and disturb the peace - both his and that of his beloved bats.

The Bat Man stars Bill Nighy, Katherine Parkinson, Jenny Agutter, Sean Baker, Lauren Mote and Georgia Groome.

©2011 Amelia Bullmore (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd

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  • T. Dalton
  • 03-16-21

Mesmerising

This is a magical 45 minutes. Enchanting, entertaining, poetic, perfect. A truly transporting listen. Enjoy!

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  • 01-15-21

Short but sweet

Very enjoyable listen. Bill Nighy is always good to hear, as are Katherine Parkinson and Jenny Agutter. Compact storyline with delightful description of countryside/holiday setting. Wish it has been a slightly longer play.