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The Third Programme, Transcripts, 1955-1968.

Author: Douglas Cleverdon; Geoffrey Keynes; Siegfried Sassoon; Leonard Woolf; British Broadcasting Corporation.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Mimeographed transcripts from the Third Programme, a series of radio programs produced by Douglas Cleverdon for the British Broadcasting Corporation that aired between 1955-1968. Precursor to Radio 3. Literary, biographical and historical features include: Henry James in Cambridge, by Geoffrey Keynes / The Aspern Papers, by Henry James / Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot / Poems; Poems, with a Conversation; Too  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Max Beerbohm, Sir; Norman Douglas; Eric Gill; Henry James; Geoffrey Keynes; Max Beerbohm, Sir; Norman Douglas; Eric Gill; Henry James; Geoffrey Keynes
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Cleverdon; Geoffrey Keynes; Siegfried Sassoon; Leonard Woolf; British Broadcasting Corporation.
OCLC Number: 35031999
Description: 45 items ; 20.5 x 33 cm.
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Mimeographed transcripts from the Third Programme, a series of radio programs produced by Douglas Cleverdon for the British Broadcasting Corporation that aired between 1955-1968. Precursor to Radio 3. Literary, biographical and historical features include: Henry James in Cambridge, by Geoffrey Keynes / The Aspern Papers, by Henry James / Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot / Poems; Poems, with a Conversation; Too Tired for Words, by Stevie Smith / Lord Keynes, by Leonard Woolf / Poems of Francis Thompson / The Slade School in the Nineties, by Ethel Hatch / A Tribute to Max Beerbohm, by Siegfried Sassoon / The Lovely That Are Not Beloved, by Sir Francis Meynell / Meynell Family Poetry / The Truth About Pyecraft, by H.G. Wells (BBC television rehearsal script).

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