A Gentleman's Relish
It is 1992 and the outrageous satirical cartoonist George Geraghty, enfant terrible of the 1940s and 1950s, has escaped from his redoubtable ex-wife Jane, to the wilds of North Cumbria, where he contemplates the career of another eccentric failure, his father Bill, who could speak 55 languages and had at least 55 mistresses.
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