Iben and Anne Lise have become close, while Malene is increasingly isolated after the mysterious death of her boyfriend Rasmus.
Office politics become deadly serious in this tense Danish thriller. Set in a fictitious genocide research centre, the story focuses on Iben, Malene and Anne-Lise, three co-workers in a small office. When Iben and Malene receive death threats, suspicion turns to a Serbian war criminal who they are investigating. Or could it be someone closer to home?
Recorded on location in Copenhagen, The Exception includes some of Denmark's leading actors such as Lisbeth Wulff, a regular character in Borgen; award winning television and stage actress Stine Stengade; Charlotte Munck, a regular in Follow the Money; and Jakob Oftebro, rising star of Nordic cinema and and television with lead roles in The Bridge and the hit Danish television series, 1864.
In this Danish/English collaboration for BBC Radio 4's Reading Europe series, radio drama producers Anders Lundorph and Polly Thomas co-dramatise the book as well as co-producing it. Anders and Polly have worked together before for BBC Radio 4, on The Unexpected European in 2006 and Borgen: Outside the Castle in 2013.
The original music is by Halfdan E, the award winning film and television composer in Denmark, whose work includes Borgen.
Episode 3: The Reality
Iben and Anne Lise have become close, while Malene is increasingly isolated after the mysterious death of her boyfriend Rasmus. The police close their investigation into the threatening emails and the office goes back to normal - until Mirko Zigic, Serbian war criminal, gets in touch.
Original music: Halfdan E
Sound design: Eloise Whitmore
Script editor: John Dryden
Thanks to Helga Prip for additional location sound
Written by Christian Jungerssen
Dramatised and produced by Anders Lundorph and Polly Thomas
Executive Producer: Robert Abel
A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.
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