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Disappearing Dad

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-08-29 02:25:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-08-29 01:25:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-07-03 23:30:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-07-03 00:20:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-06-30 03:30:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-06-30 02:30:00
9/9. Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film, and finds that they tend to be depicted as marginal, loopy or entirely absent.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-06-29 21:00:00
Part of the Fatherhood season. 9/9. Andrew Martin finds that fathers in films and literature reveal a great deal about the history of fatherhood in the past 200 years.

> Disappearing Dad on BBC Four at 2010-06-29 20:00:00
Part of the Fatherhood season. 9/9. Andrew Martin finds that fathers in films and literature reveal a great deal about the history of fatherhood in the past 200 years.

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