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Noel Coward Interviews 1960-1972

Synopsis
The BBC Archive Voices series features radio and television interviews with some of the key figures from the fields of entertainment, sport, politics and literature - many of which haven’t been heard since their original transmission. In interviews ranging from 1960 to 1972, Noël Coward talks about being a legend, whether he is a cynical writer, his early days in acting, and his early reputation for upsetting fellow actors on stage. He also discusses acting with Laurence Olivier, his affection for the Navy, his film-making, his knighthood, and writing ‘Private Lives’ for his friend Gertrude Lawrence.

Due to the age and nature of this archive material, the sound quality may vary.
Series
BBC Archive Voices, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Audio
Year of release
2011
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
film

Online availability

URI
http://www.audiogo.co.uk/bbc-archive-voices

Credits

Contributor
Noel Coward

Distribution Formats

Type
Audio
Format
Download
Price
£5.49
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
90 minutes approx.
Year
2011

Production Company

Name

BBC

Notes
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Distributor

Name

AudioGO

Email
info@audiobookcollection.com
Web
http://www.bbcaudiobooks.com/ External site opens in new window
Phone
01225 878 000
Address
St James House
The Square
Lower Bristol Road
Bath
BA2 3BH
Notes
AudioGO, the UK’s leading audio publisher, was formerly known as BBC Audiobooks and was part of BBC Worldwide. The Chivers range encompasses more than 3,500 dramatisations and readings of unabridged fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children. AudioGO also publishes the Radio Collection, incorporating radio dramatisations and non-fiction derived from BBC Radio programming. BBC Archive Voices is a new series presenting interviews with key figures in the fields of entertainment, sport, politics and literature (download only), otherwise sale on CD or MP3-CD via the BBC Shop or other retail outlets, or downloadable in digital format via the BBC AudioZone http://www.audible.co.uk/

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