First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2000, starring Ciaran Hinds, Peter's adaptation of Machiavelli's hitherto unperformable classic was produced by Cherry Cookson, and was Critics' Choice in The Guardian, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Express, Daily Mail, Time Out and Radio Times.
"An intriguing idea this, to dramatise Machiavelli's manual of 16th-century cynical Realpolitik, but Peter Wolf has managed it, with Ciaran Hinds in the leading role." - THE EXPRESS
"Machiavelli's treatise on political cunning is as pertinent today as it was 500 years ago." - THE SUNDAY TIMES
"Niccolo Machiavelli instructs Caesare Borgia on how the end - stable rule - justifies the means - corrupt despotism - in Peter Wolf's version of The Prince." - DAILY MAIL