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  1. Wired for Books: Anthony Burgess (1985)

    Subject
    English language and literature

    Best known for his novel, A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess talks about being told by his doctor in 1959 that he had a fatal brain tumor and only had a year to live. That was when Burgess became a...

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  2. Wired for Books: Dotson Raider (About Tennessee Williams) (1985)

    Subject
    Drama; Literature

    Dotson Raider talks with Don Swaim in this 1985 interview about Raider’s relationship with the late playwright, Tennessee Williams. Dotson Raider was a close personal friend of Williams and is able to...

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  3. Wired for Books: Graham Swift (1985)

    Subject
    English language and literature

    Graham Swift, author of The Light of Day, Waterland, and Ever After, journeys from London, England to visit New York for the first time. He is a fortunate writer in that he is a full time writer and does...

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  4. Wired for Books: Joseph Heller (1984)

    Subject
    Literature

    Joseph Heller saw the title of his classic novel, Catch-22, become an accepted phrase of the English language. Join Don Swaim in this 1984 conversation with Joseph Heller as they talk about writing, growing...

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  5. Wired for Books: Raymond Carver (1983)

    Subject
    Literature

    In this 1983 interview with Don Swaim, the short story writer and poet, Raymond Carver, talks about growing up in the Pacific Northwest, his writing life, and his struggle with alcoholism.

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  6. Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble (1943 Radio)

    Director
    John Deitz
    Subject
    Drama
    Distribution
    Online

    Radio mystery drama series. A mystery story taking place during a Drury Lane production of Macbeth.

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  7. Orson Welles’s Almanac [15/03/1944] (Radio)

    Director
    Orson Welles
    Subject
    Drama

    Radio variety show broadcast only in California, not nationally. This episode includes an enactment of the quarrel scene from Julius Caesar with Welles as Brutus and Charles Laughton as Cassius.

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  8. Henry IV (Radio)

    Producer
    Brewster Morgan
    Subject
    Drama

    US radio version of Henry IV, the adaptation includes both parts but heavily favours Part 1 and the comic scenes. Produced by Brewster Morgan and narrated by Conway Tearle. Walter Huston as Henry and...

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  9. Much Ado About Nothing (Radio)

    Director
    Brewster Morgan
    Subject
    Drama

    Radio production, directed and adapted by Brewster Morgan, of Much Ado About Nothing with Leslie Howard as Benedick and Rosalind Russell as Beatrice. Narrated by Conway Tearle.

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  10. Julius Caesar (Radio)

    Director
    Brewster Morgan
    Subject
    Drama

    Radio broadcast of the play directed and adapted by Brewster Morgan with Reginald Denny as Julius Caesar and Morris Ankrum as Mark Antony. Conway Tearle is narrator.

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