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Radio: Political Animals
Political Animals is a four-part series by Tony Bagley, broadcast by BBC Radio 4 in August/September 2012. Each episode is a fifteen-minute monologue from the perspective of a Downing Street cat: Wilberforce (1973-87), Humphrey (1989-97), Sybil (2007-08), and Larry (2011-present).

NB: Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office is a real-life official title, and all the cats in the series have really held the position. There has always been a mouser at 10 Downing Street (the British Prime Minister's office and home) since the 16th Century.


Political Animals contains examples of:

The Phil Benfield ShowRadioA Prairie Home Companion

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