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Andy Hamilton's fiendishly funny BBC Radio 4 sitcom set in Hell returns for a two-part festive special. Satan embarks on an epic quest and encounters Queen Victoria, Harpo Marx, a highly intelligent bluebottle, Death, Davina McCall, and St Peter and his rottweilers.
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  • Susan
  • 14-12-2010

Not my favorite of the series

This really isn't a Christmas tale. It may have been aired around Christmas, hence the title ...
Has an interesting storyline but not one of the better ones.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-07-2016

Brilliant as always

I love Andy Hamilton and all of his works but Old Harry's Game is the best thing he has ever written and this is no exception!! From puns to peculiar punishments it excels at delivering Hamilton's genius and the skill of the performers

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 02-10-2015

Brilliant

Brilliant as always the bluebottle is absolute genius. Have listened to a lot of the series and enjoyed everyone of them

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  • P. Tinker
  • 16-01-2017

hell ain't a bad place to be

no laughing in heaven as Ian Gillan once sang but plenty of laughs in hell hope its as much fun when i get there ☺