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By Tom Nuttall  

This week we feature a couple of puffs for dramas that may interest Prospect readers.

Edinburgh, writes Mark Cousins, has hardly been neglected by novelists and filmmakers, who have explored almost every facet of the city’s identity. But the new film Hallam Foe is the first to eroticise Edinburgh.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Myerson previews his radio drama series Number 10, which begins on Radio 4 later this week, and explains how it differs from most British political drama in taking politics seriously.

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