A. You can't. Without searching the entire file SQL has no way of knowing how much space each backup takes. To delete one part it would have to read the current backup file and write out all the un-expired dumps to a new file and then delete/rename. And only then could it write the new one to the end. All this would take far too long and too much disk space.

The expiry date is JUST there to prevent accidental overwrites and nothing else.

If you want to keep a rolling number of dumps then write them out with different names each day using the DISK=option of the dump command. Then have a regular task check these dumps and delete old ones.