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Nineteen Ninety-Four is a BBC Radio 4 comedy series and a book written by William Osborne and Richard Turner. The six-part radio series was first broadcast in March 1985, and the book published in 1986. The title is a reference to the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.
BBC Radio 4 Extra rebroadcast Nineteen Ninety-Four between 17 August 2011 and 21 September 2011.
Work is Freedom - Edward Wilson is hired by the Ministry of the Environment and gets embroiled in mysterious government machinations.
Freedom Is Choice - Sub-Officer Edward probes a mysterious incident in Cumbria and ends up leading a revolution.
Choice is Progress - After an eventful night with Sophie, Edward can't find his office but finds his job title changing with alarming alacrity.
Progress is Power - Edward's knack for blunt honesty gets him noticed in a bad way.
Power is Happiness - Edward could be up for promotion - but will it go to his head?
Happiness is Work - Edward is now in charge of the Environment - but for how long?
Robert Lindsay as Edward Wilson
Paul Shearer as Charles
Siobhan Redmond as Sophie