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Scripts

  • Boxes 8-23: Arranged alphabetically by title. The Italia Prize scripts are arranged chronologically by entry date and are filed at the end of this section. All scripts were produced by Douglas Cleverdon, unless otherwise indicated. An "*" denotes that there is additional material with the script, such as audience research reports and interoffice memos. The date given is the date of first transmission, unless otherwise indicated.
Box 8
  • African Rhythms, 1. Singing and Hand-clapping, by Rev. A.M. Jones. Produced by Nesta Pain. Mar. 16, 1953; Aug. 24, 1955*
  • African Rhythms, 2. Drumming and Dancing, by the Rev. A.M. Jones. Produced by Nesta Pain for D. C. Mar. 22, 1953; Aug. 29, 1955*
  • The Alberts: in conversation with Jonathan Miller. July 18, 1962
  • Alcestis: Euripides, translated by Daryl Hine. Oct. 28, 1966 and Nov. 13, 1966
  • Alexandre Benois: conversations with his great nephew Peter Ustinov. Jan. 8, 1958 and Jan. 11, 1958 *
  • Alexandre Benois: recorded extracts of conversations between Alexandre Benois, Peter Ustinov and Edward Ward n.d.
  • Alf's Dream, by W.W. Jacobs, adapted by D.C. Sept 2, 1954
  • Alfie Elkins and His Little Life, by Bill Naughton. Jan. 7, 1962*
  • All Bells in Paradise: A programme of English traditional carols, compiled and introduced by A.L. Lloyd. Dec. 25, 1958 (no script)
  • American Students in Europe, compiled and introduced by Jacques Brunius. Oct. 10, 1963
  • Anathema, words by Philip O'Conner, electronic music by Marc Wilkinson. Pre-recorded Feb. 26, 1962
  • The Anathemata, by David Jones. Adapted and produced by D.C. May 5, 1953 * (5 folders)
  • Andre Breton. June 29, 1967.
  • Anna Kraus. Words by Christopher Hassall, music by Franz Reizenstein. July 25, 1952
  • Another Year, by Francis Watson. Dec. 29, 1965
  • Anthem for Doomed Youth: the Making of Wilfred Owen's Sonnet, by Robert Gittings. Rehearsed/recorded Aug. 10, 1970
  • Ariel and Ferdinand: Two Scenes from "The Tempest": or "The Enchanted Island", with music by Elizabeth Poston. Pre-recorded Oct. 2,3, 1961
  • Army in the Jungle. Sept. 28, 1944
  • Arrows of Vision: A Biographical Portrait of William Blake. Aug. 10, 12, 1977
  • The Art Trade Runner. Feb. 21, 1963
  • Artists at Work, Tristram Cary. Compiled and narrated by Rene Cutworth. July 20, 1960
  • Artists in Orbit. Words by Donald Cotton, music by Humphrey Searle. Pre-recorded Oct. 5, n.y.
  • Aspects of Schizophrenic Thought, by Jonathan Miller and Enid Mills. 1963
  • The Aspern Papers, by Henry James, adapted by Mary Hope Allen. Nov. 4, 1968
  • Aucassin and Nicolette, translated and adapted by Rene Hague, music by Denis Stevens. Aug. 11, 1954, Feb. 17, 1963
  • The Auction Sale: A New Poem, by Henry Reed. Sept. 20, 1958, Oct. 1, 1958 *
  • Babel, written by Alan Burns, music by David Lumsdaine. Pre-recorded Nov. 15, 1968
  • Balkan Caravan: A family jaunt through Eastern Europe in and out the Iron Curtain, written by Iain Crawford and Andrew Faulds. Nov. 25, 1962
  • The Ballad of the Mari Llwyd, by Vernon Watkins. July 31, 1958 *
  • The Ballad of the Outer Dark, by Vernon Watkins. Jan. 1, 1967 *
  • Ballads of Britain, No. 1-5, compiled and introduced by Peter Kennedy. Barrack Room Ballads, July 6, 1961; Lovin' and Leavin', n.d.; Ballads of Sport and Pleasure, July 20, 1961; Ballads of Work and Why Bother, July 27, 1961; Ballads of Fate and Fortune, Aug. 3, 1961
Box 9
  • Bartok as Folklorist, compiled and introduced by A. L. LLoyd: Part 1, the Years of Exploration, June 15, 1964; Part 2, June 23, 1964
  • The Battle of Aughrim, by Richard Murphy. Aug. 25, 1968, Sept. 18, 1968 *
  • The Battle of the Masks, by Virginia Puecher, translated and adapted by Henry Reed. Sept. 6, 1954
  • Belief in God (see: Imaginary Dialogues on the Existence of God)
  • Beowulf (parts 1-3), translated and adapted by David Wright. Part 1. May 27, 1957; Part 2. June 3, 1957; Part 3. June 11, 1957*
  • La Bonne Lorraine, an account of the rehabilitation of Jeanne d'Arc, written by Rene Hague, produced by R.D. Smith. Aug. 15, 1965*
  • The Book of the Dead. Mar. 26, 1960
  • The Brains Trust File, producer Alan Haydock, compiled and written by Barry Carmen. May 17, 1978 *
  • Broadcasting in the Seventies, a discussion of the BBC's plans for the future. July 15, 1969. Audience research report only
  • Burma Patrol. Aug. 29, 1945.
  • Cafe Royale, arranged by Guy Deghy and edited by Sasha Moorsom, produced by D.G. Bridson. Dec. 28, 1955. [filed in Authors File. Beerbohm, Max]
  • Candide. Rehearsals Feb.-Mar. [1949]
  • Caprice, by Ronald Firbank. Pre-recorded Jan. 25, 1957*
  • Carmen, adapted by V. S. Pritchett. Dec. 29, 1943
  • Carried by the Storm, by Giles Cooper. Nov. 21, 1966
  • A Case of Identity: an autobiographical excursion, by Patrick Anderson. Apr.1, 1957*
  • Castle Rackrent, by Mary Edgeworth. Dec. 14, 1967
  • Changing Scenes: the Radio Autobiography of Lord Bull of Bushe, by John Wells. May 14, 1969
  • The Chatelaine of Vergy, by Rene Hague. Aug. 27, 1957 *
  • The Children of Lir, written by H.A.L. Craig, sound by Tristram Cary. Sept. 21, 1959 *
  • The Cicadas, by Ingeborg Bachmann, translated by Christopher Holme. July 30, 1957 *
  • The Claybury Comedies, by W. W. Jacobs, adapted for broadcasting by D.C. Ep. 1: In the Family; Mar. 2, [1940]; Ep. 2: Watchdogs, Apr. 6, 1940; Ep. 3: Odd Charges, May 8, 1940; Ep. 4: A Tiger's Skin, June 2, 1940; Ep. 5: A Garden Plot, July 26, 1940
  • The Cleggan Disaster off the West Coast of Ireland in 1927, by Richard Murphy. Nov. 19, 1962 *
  • The Club of Queer Trades, by G.K. Chesterton, Ep. 1: the Tremendous Adventure of Major Brown. Jan 27, 1939 (2 folders)
  • The Complete Lessons of the War, A Sequence of Poems by Henry Reed. Feb. 14, 1966 *
  • Comus. (Notes only). n.d.
  • Concerto des Ambiguites, musique concrete by Pierre Henry. Feb. 7, 1958 *
  • Concerto for Voice, by Colm Golden. Mar. 26, 1969
  • The Congo Touch, written by John Storm Roberts. Apr. 28, 1968
  • Conservatories and Other Edwardiana, An exercise in nostalgia between Osbert Lancaster and John Betjeman. Dec. 27, 1964 *
  • The Coster Girl (see: London Labour and London Poor)
  • A Country Doctor, the story by Franz Kafka set as a radio opera by Hans Werner Henze. Mar. 26, 1953 *
  • The Creation of the Animals, by Andre Almuro. Aug. 22, 1958 *
  • The Cries of London, compiled and introduced by Denis Stevens. June 28, 1962
  • Crossing the Water, poem by Sylvia Plath with commentary by Ted Hughes. July 5, 1971 *
Box 10
  • Crow: From the Life and Times of the Crow, by Ted Hughes. Oct. 9, 1970 *
  • Dan Leno, by Colin MacInnes. Mar. 6, 1953 * (2 folders)
  • David Gascoyne: A selection from his poetry. May 29, 1949 *
  • David Gascoyne as a Translator. Rehearsed/recorded May 3, 1968
  • David Gascoyne in Retrospect, compiled and introduced by D.C. Oct. 11, 1978 (2 folders)
  • A Day In London Mews. n.d.
  • Death in the Hand, written and produced by D.C. Sept. 4, 1942 *
  • The Death of Hector, by Rene Hague. Oct. 16, 1958 *
  • The Death of Patroclus (Royalty statement only). Aug. 22, 1964
  • The Death of Vivien, words by Rene Hague, music by Racine Fricker. May 6, 1956 *
  • Departure and Return: poems by W.S. Merwin. Oct. 25, 1963 *
  • Desdemona, by Robert Phillips. April 26, 1957 *
  • A Dialogue on Anarchy, by Maurice Cranston. Oct. 3, 1962
  • A Dialogue on Democracy, by Maurice Cranston. Feb. 24, 1961 *
  • A Dialogue on Justice. n.d.* (see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 15)
  • A Dialogue on Liberty, by Maurice Cranston. Sept. 6, 1959 *
  • A Dialogue on Morality between Voltaire and David Hume, by Maurice Cranston. Rehearsed/recorded July 13, 14, 1967
  • A Dialogue on Pacifism, by Maurice Cranston. Jan. 2, 1964
  • A Dialogue on Politics between Savenarola and Machiavelli, by Maurice Cranston. May 19, 1957 (no script) *
  • A Dialogue on Progress between Diderot and Rousseau, by Maurice Cranston. Mar. 30, 1966
  • A Dialogue on Revolution, by Maurice Cranston. Jan. 3, 1962
  • A Dialogue on Socialism, by Maurice Cranston. [July?] 1968
  • A Dialogue on the American Constitution, by Maurice Cranston. Nov. 29, 1976
  • A Dialogue on the French Revolution, by Maurice Cranston. n.d.
  • A Dialogue on Toleration between John Locke and Anthony Ashley Cooper, Third Earl of Shaftsbury, by Maurice Cranston. Oct. 19, 1953
  • Difficulties of a Bridegroom, by Ted Hughes. Jan. 21, 1963 *
  • Dr. Livingstone's Monogram, I Presume, by Quentin Keynes. Pre-
  • recorded Feb. 15, 1960
  • Dogs, by Ted Hughes. Feb. 12, 1964 *
  • Don Juan in Love, A Comedy for Radio, by Samy Fayad. Nov. 5, 1956 *
  • Don Quixote, by Cervantes Saavedra, translated by Charles Jarvis, adapted by Paul Ferris. Part 1: Feb. 15, 1954; Part 2: Feb. 22, 1954; Part 3, Mar. 1, 1954; Part 4: Mar. 8, 1954; Part 6: Mar. 22, 1954 * (5 folders)
Box 11
  • The Duenna, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Pre-recorded Dec. 11, 12, 1961
  • Dylan Thomas, by Wynford Vaughn Thomas. Nov. 9, 1963 (2 folders)
  • Dylan Thomas, by Wynford Vaughn Thomas (revised version). Dec. 5, 1963
  • Dylan Thomas, compiled and produced by Robert Popcock and D.C. (Italia Prize Script) Nov. 9, 1963
  • Dylan Thomas (Poetry programme). Sept. 25, 1950
  • Dylan Thomas, written by Paul Ferris, produced by Richard Lewis (TV Script) Spring 1978
  • The Earl and the Thief: an excursion into nineteenth century bibliophily, written by A.N.L. Munby. Sept. 9, 1964 *
  • The Early Days of the Royal Society, by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. July 16, 1960
  • East-Side Taxi Driver. Oct. 22, 1963
  • Echo and Narcissus, by Donald Cotton. Aug. 15, 1959
  • Echos of My Life, by Herbert Reed. Aug. 9, 1967 *
  • An Editor Looks Back: recollections of Kingsley Martin's twenty-five year's editorship of the New Statesman and Nation, compiled by Kingsley Martin and Jenifer Wayne. Dec. 18, 1956 *
  • Emily Butter, An Occasion Recalled. Nov. 14, 1954; Feb. 25, 1958; Nov. 15, 1960; Mar. 30, 1962; May 28, 1969 * (2 folders)
  • Endgame, by Samuel Beckett. May 22, 1962
  • Enemy of Cant. n.d.
  • The English Garden. Aug. 4, [n.y.]
  • An English Thistle: A Dialogue of Verse Letters. Aug. 18, 1957
  • Enoch Soames, by Sir Max Beerbohm. Sept. 4, 1955 *
  • Epic Survivals, by Albert B. Lord. The Homeric Epic (1/5), Apr. 27, 1963; Ancient Themes in Eastern Europe (2/5), May 11, 1963; The Asiatic Epic (4/5), June 8, 1963; 5. Historical and Modern Themes in Eastern Europe, June 22, 1963
  • Epicentre Lisbon, by Francis Watson. Nov. 1, 1955 *
  • Eric Gill Programme. May 4, 1961 - July 11, 1961 * (4 folders)
Box 12
  • Evening Primrose, by John Collier. Jan. 3, 1946
  • Exercises in Style, by Raymond Queneau. Dec. 25, 1959
  • The Eye of the Apollo, by G. K. Chesterton. May 15, 1940
  • The Face of Violence. Mar. 28, 1950
  • The Fall of Troy, by Rene Hague. Jan 11, 1956 *
  • Family Poetry. Apr. 22, 1962 *
  • Farewell, Companions. Aug. 9, 1955 *
  • Fata Morgana, by Andre Breton. [Oct. 3, 1949]
  • Father Brown series, by G.K. Chesterton. 2. The Mirror of the Magistrate, Feb. 27, 1949; 3. The Eye of Apollo, Mar. 6, 1949
  • The Fatigue, by David Jones. Apr. 16, 1965 *
  • Favor Island, by W. S. Merwin. May 6, 1958 *
  • Five Generations, by Jeremy Seabrook. Part 1: The Changing Environment, Dec. 20, 1967; Part 2: The Response to the Environment, Jan. 3, 1968 *
  • The Flight of the Earls, by H.A.L. Craig. June 28, 1961
  • Folk Music of Albania, by A. L. Lloyd. Dec. 27, 1966 *
  • The Folk Music of Bulgaria, compiled by A.L. Lloyd. Jan 30, 1956 *
  • Folk Music of Czechoslovakia, by A.L. Lloyd. Sept. 10, 1967
  • Folk Music of Donegal, compiled by Peter Kennedy. Nov. 2, 1968
  • The Folk Music of Rumania, compiled by A.L. Lloyd. Pre-recorded Nov. 19, 1956 *
  • Folk Music of Venezuela, introduced by A.L. Lloyd. Pre-recorded Apr. 10, 1962
  • The Folk Music Virtuoso, by A.L. Lloyd. July 9, 1966
  • Folk Songs and Music of the Southern States, compiled and narrated by Alan Lomax. 1. Mountain Music, pre-recorded July 12, 1960; 2. Negro Spirituals, pre-recorded July 13, 1960; [3]. The Pioneer Strain, Oct. 15, 1960; 4. The Roots of the Blues, pre-recorded July 15, 1960 (4 folders)
  • Folk Songs From Texas, by Alan Lomax. Pre-recorded Apr. 11, 1958 *
  • For Ever England. Dec. 27, 1965 *
  • Foreign Correspondent, by Honor Tracy. Apr. 4, 1951
  • The Forger and the Baronet: An episode in the career of Sir Thomas Phillipps, by A.L. Munby. Dec. 25, 1955 *
  • The Fourth Nail, the Gypsies. May 21, 1969 Audience research report only
  • From the Villino Chiaro, production by Niouta Kallin. Dec. 10, 1960
  • From the West Country. Mar. 9, 1941
  • The Full Moon Festival at the Temple o the Tooth, Kandy, Ceylon. Dec. 28, 1944
  • The Game of Robin and Marion, by Rene Hague. Sept. 15, 1958
  • The Gardens of Altering Eros, A theological eclogue on Gerard Manly Hopkins. Apr. 9, 1956 *
  • Gaudier-Brzeska. Nov. 22, 1964 - Mar. 12, 1965
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, by Anita Loos. Dec. 31, 1963 *
  • Gertrude Stein's Gertrude Stein, by Nancy Cole. June 28, 1969. Audience research report only
  • Ghost Story, words by Donald Cotton, music by James Stevens. Dec. 24, 1960
  • Ghosts on the Riviera, by Francis Watson. Oct. 18, 1957
  • Gilfillan's Heyday, script by Eric Ewens. Apr. 20, 1958 *
  • The Glacier Trail (synopsis of screenplay). n.d.
  • The Golden Afternoon. July 8, 1965
  • The Golden Fleece, words by Donald Cotton, music by Humphrey Searle. May 2, 1962
  • Gorilla Gorilla Beringei. Pre-recorded Nov. 6, 1961
  • The Great Desire I Had, by Henry Reed. Oct. 26, 1952 *
  • The Great Divorce: a Dream, by C.S. Lewis. May 9, 1948
  • Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. Part 11 - Down the River. Nov. 28, 1948
Box 13
  • The Guy Fawkes Man and the Guy Fawkes Boy. Nov. 5, 1953 *
  • Gypsies. Nov. 21, 1968
  • The Gypsy in Britain, producer H. Tennyson. Dec. 5, 1968
  • The Gypsy Minstrel, compiled and introduced by A.L. Lloyd. Jan. 12, 1961
  • H.B. Irving, by Sir Max Beerbohm (see: Sir Max Beerbohm on H.B. Irving
  • Hadrian VII, by Friar Rolfe (Baron Corvo). Dec. 4, 1959
  • Hadrian's Wall, An Historical Survey, by W.A. Auden, produced by John Pudney. Nov. 25, 1937
  • Hamlet, or the consequences of Filial Piety: A moral legend, by Jules Laforge, translated and adapted by Henry Reed. June 20, 1954 *
  • The Hammer of God, by G.K. Chesterton. Dec. 16, 1939
  • The Happy Hypocrite, by Max Beerbohm. Oct. 9, 1955 *
  • He Who Refrains, A Morality, by Philip O'Connor. May 31, 1939 *
  • A Hedge Backwards. Feb. 29, 1956 *
  • Henry James in Cambridge, by Geoffrey Keynes. Dec. 25, 1958
  • Henry James Programme (insert). July 7, 1956 *
  • The Hero. June 24, 1965
  • Hethway Speaking, Recollections of some conversations with Mr. Sylvester Hethway, recorded by Sir Max Beerbohm. Dec. 25, 1955 *
  • The Highland Jaunt, by Moray McLaren. Apr. 15, [1955?] *
  • Hilary Maltby and Steven Braxton. Jan 10, 1950.
  • Hold My Hand, Soldier, by Clive Exton, produced by Charles Lefeaux. Mar. 7, 1968
  • Holy Week on the Island of Patmos. Apr. 3, 1953 *
  • The Hound of Heaven, by Francis Thompson (no script). 1959
  • House and Home, by Jürgen Becker, translation and production script by Christopher Holme. n.d.
  • How Now to Listen, by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell. Pre-recorded Sept. 18, 1962
  • The Hunting of the Snark, a musical interpretation by Max Saunders of the poem by Lewis Carroll. Aug. 31, 1957
  • Hyperion to...Hyperion?, a study of Keats' efforts to write an epic poem, by Robert Gittings, producer Joe Burroughs. Mar. 3, 1966 *
  • Idanre, by Wole Soyinka. Dec. 23, 1966 *
  • Imaginary Dialogues on the Existence of God, by Maurice Cranston.
  • n.d. (5 folders; see also: Scrapbooks 16 and 17)
  • Impromptu Satirical Review (notes only). Jan. 22, 1963 *
  • In Country Heaven: an unfinished poem-to-be, by Dylan Thomas. Dec. 18, 1966 *
  • In Parenthesis, by David Jones. Jan. 30, 1955 (3 folders)
Box 14
  • In Parenthesis, by David Jones (cont.) (3 folders)
  • The Incomparable Max: Max Recollected. July 31, 1972
  • Indian Summer, by Miss Maisie Murray. May, 24, 1961
  • Interview by Mervyn Levy with Horace Brodzky. Sept. 4, 1964
  • The Island, words by Adrian Mitchell, music by William Russo. July 13, 1963 *
  • Ivan the Fool, by Leo Tolstoy, adapted and produced by D.C., music by Alexander Tcherepnin. Sept. 1968 (2 folders)
  • Jack Black Rat Catcher. Pre-recorded Oct. 17, 1962
  • Jacky Crowe: A Small Time Gambler, by Bill Naughton. Oct. 19, 1962 * (2 folders)
  • Job, radiophonic oratorio by Ton de Leeuw. Feb. 18, 1957 *
  • Joseph Conrad. Mar. 26, 1957
  • The Jumblies and the Dong: A musical entertainment, verses by Edwin Lear, music by Max Saunders. Dec. 25, 1963
  • June Evening, by Bill Naughton. Jan. 27, 1959 * (4 folders)
  • Kama Sutra, A dramatic feature with music, by Francis Watson. Pre-recorded Aug. 1, 1968 (2 folders)
  • Kittens are Brave, by Giles Cooper. Jan. 30, 1969. Audience Research Report only
Box 15
  • Lambert Orme. [May], 1950
  • Lectures to a Shaving Mirror, by H.V.S. Page. Sept. 3, 1961
  • The Legend of Good Women, by Geoffery Chaucer. Jan. 28, 1953
  • Lewis Carroll Remembered, Talk by Miss Ethel Hatch. Pre-recorded July 14, 1966
  • The Life and Death of John Donne. June 14, 1967 (see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 7)
  • A Link Between the Worlds, A Sketch of Andre Breton, compiled by Barbara Bray. Mar. 20, 1968 *
  • The Lion and the Jewel, by Wole Soyinka. May 19, 1966 * (2 folders)
  • The Little French Clock, by Antonia Ridge (no script). Apr. 22, 1969
  • The Living Poet: Thom Gunn. Dec. 19, 1968 *
  • Londinium, by Colin McInnes. Oct. 22, 1971 *
  • London Labour and the London Poor, by Henry Mayhew
  • Boy and Girl Vagrants, adapted and produced by Colin Thomas.
  • May 23, 1964
  • The Coster Girl. Sept. 11, 1953
  • Life among the London Poor, adapted by D.C. and Laurence Kitchin. n.d.
  • The London Nomads, adapted by D.C. and Laurence Kitchin. Apr. 23, 1951
  • London Street Markets, adapted and produced by D.C. Pre-recorded July 1, 1961
  • The Microscope Exhibitor, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. July 16, 1955 *
  • The Old Street Showman, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. Sept. 5, 1953
  • The Omnibus Driver and the Omnibus Conductor, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. July 11, 1955 *
  • The Photographic Man, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. Sept. 16, 1954 *
  • The Purefinder, an interview by Henry Mayhew. n.d.
  • The Running Patterer, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. Nov. 21, 1960
  • Salamander or the Street Fire King, adapted by Colin Thomas. Pre-recorded Mar. 5, 1964
  • The Street Seller of Rings and Sovereigns, an interview by Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. Pre-recorded July 8, 1955
  • The Urban Nomads adapted by D.C. and Laurence Kitchin. Apr. 23, 1951
  • The Watercress Girl, two interviews by Henry Mayhew, adapted and produced by D.C. Dec. 5, 1952
  • Whistling Billy. Pre-recorded Oct. 17, 1962
  • The London Scavenger, an interview with Henry Mayhew, adapted by D.C. Sept. 8, 1954 *
  • The Long Carry, by Bill Naughton. May 5, 1959
  • The Long, Hot Summer, by Francis Watson. July 28, 1965
  • Looking Back on Norman Douglas, compiled by Tom Driberg. Dec. 8, 1968
  • The Looking Glass World, An Essay in Literary Detection, by Joanna Richardson. Feb. 11, 1966
  • Lord Keynes. Nov. 21 - Dec. 6, 1964
  • The Love Songs of Donald Swann. Mar. 23, 1962
  • The Lovely That are Not Beloved, by Francis Meynell. July 10, 1960
  • The Lunacy of Ink, an Impression of Thomas Chatterton, by H.A.L. Craig. Jan. 12, 1953 *
Box 16
  • Madam, Said Dr. Johnson, by Bill Dufton and Tony Robertson. Pre-recorded Feb. 23, 1968
  • A Man Apart, by John Wells and Richard Ingrams. Aug. 8, 1968 *
  • The Man Who Collected Sounds, by Leonard Smith. Mar 13, 1966
  • A Man Without a Mask, by J. Bronowski. Dec. 4, 1957 *
  • Mandalay. June 11, 1945
  • Many Islands, Many Voices: The Making of Poetry in the Caribbean, by John Figueroa. Nov. 30, 1964
  • Marie Lloyd, compiled by Colin McInnes. Jan. 8, 1952
  • Marriage of True Minds, by R.C. Churchill. Sept. 12, 1946
  • Mary O'Farrell: A Recollection of Henry Reed. Jan. 4, 1969
  • The Mass-Observed. Dec. 22, 1965 *
  • Max on the Air. July 27, 1972
  • Maynard Keynes. Aug. 26, 1964 and Sept. 23, 1964
  • Memories of Queen Alexandra. Feb. 13, 1958
  • Milkwood Blues, by Brian Abbot. [1986]
  • Misanthropos: A Poem in Four Parts, by Thomas Gunn. Mar. 8, 1965*
  • Miserable Dumbledores. Dec. 28, 1957 *
  • Miss Plimsoll, from Harold Nicolson's sketch in "Some People." Dec. 11, 1950
  • Mrs. Wilcox and the Message of Hope, by Naomi Lewis. Mar. 13, 1956 *
  • Mr. and Mrs. Abbey's Difficulties. July 28, n.y.
  • Moby Dick, adapted by Henry Reed. Sept. 8, 1947
  • The Monument, by Henry Reed. Apr. 13, 1966 *
  • A Moral Alphabet, by Hilaire Belloc. Oct. 20, 1968
  • The Mouth of God, by H.A.L. Craig. Feb. 11, 1958 *
  • Murder in the Cathedral, by T.S. Eliot. Pre-recorded June 4, 1965
  • Music in Ulysses, by Sean O'Faolain. June 16, 1954
  • Music into Memory, by John Seymour. Aug. 30, 1967
  • Musick's Duell: A Study of Richard Crashaw's Poetic Style, by T. O. Beachcroft. Nov. 30, 1953 *
  • Musique Discréte, by Henry Reed and Donald Swann. Oct. 27, 1959 *
  • A Mutual Flame, by Daryl Hine. July 11, 1961
  • My Brother Died, by J. Bronowski. Apr. 26, 1954 *
  • Nadja Etoilée, by Andre Breton. [1956] *
  • A New Dialogue on Two World Systems, by J. Bronowski. Nov. 16, 1962 * (2 folders)
  • New Judgement: Ralph Wightman on William Cobbett. July 21, n.y.
Box 17
  • New Poems by Francis Cornford. Feb. 1, 1960
  • New Poems by Kathleen Raine. Pre-recorded May 25, 1961
  • New Poems by Thom Gunn *
  • New Poems by W.S. Merwin. Pre-recorded Dec. 20, 1961
  • Night Thoughts, by David Gascoyne. Dec. 7, 1955 * (3 folders)
  • 1952 Ceilidh, edited by Shamus Innes. Oct. 8, 1953
  • Norman Douglas Programme. July 7, 1956 - Oct. 31, 1957 (8 folders)
  • Not a Drum was Heard, by Henry Reed. May 6, 1959 *
  • Not That I Would Boast, by Max Beerbohm, adapted by Christopher Sykes. Nov. 1, 1948
  • Novels of the Twenties, by V.S. Pritchett. Mar. 3, 1951
  • November Day, by Bill Naughton. July 19, 1963 *
  • Now Read On: Stevie Smith, by D.C. May 8, 1971 *
  • An Ode til New Jerusalem, by Tom Scott. June 3, 1957
  • Oliver Cromwell: A Conversation, written by Maurice Cranston. Sept. 1, 1958
  • Opium: An Essay in Musique Concréte, adapted, devised and produced by André Almuro, English production supervised by D.C. Mar. 18, 1957 *
  • The Oracle of the Dog, by G.K. Chesterton, adapted by D.C., production by W. Farquharson Small. Jan. 22, 1940
  • Orestes, a radiophonic opera devised and composed by Henk Badings (no script). June 28, 1955
  • Oriel O'Hanlon or In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree, by George Barker. July 7, 1957 *
  • The Origins of Polyphony, written and produced by A.L. Lloyd. Feb. 5, 1958
  • The Other Expo, by Joanna Richardson. Nov. 16, 1967
  • Ovid's Art of Love, paraphrased and adapted by Henry Fielding. Oct. 12, 1954 *
  • A Page from Blake's Notebook. July 4, 1968 *
  • Panaccousticon. n.d.
  • A Parsonage in the Hesperides. Sept. 20, 1944
  • Passages from the Tain Bo Cuailnge (see: Scenes from the Tain Bo Cuailnge)
  • Pastoral Dialogues, by Henry Lawes, William Lawes and Nicholas Lanier. Aug. 6, 1960
  • The Peasants Revolt, words by H.A.L. Craig. n.d.
  • People Today: Tyrone Guthrie, interviewed by Larry Morrow. Nov. 12, 1959
  • Permutated Poems, devised by Brion Gysin (no script). Aug. 15, 1961
  • Personal Choice, by J. Bronowski. June 26, 1958
  • Persons from Porlock, written and produced by Louis Macneice. Aug. 30, 1963
  • Peter Ustinov. Nov. 28, 1957
Box 18
  • The Photo of the Colonel, by Humphrey Searle. Mar. 8, 1964 *
  • Piazza Di Spagna, or the English Traveller in Rome circa 1820, by Joanna Richardson. Sept. 28, 1953
  • The Play of Robin and Marion, by Adam de la Halle, a version by Rene Hague. Sept. 15, 1958 *
  • Poems by Kathleen Raine. Jan. 29, 1956
  • Poems by Pablo Neruda. Apr. 19, 1962
  • Poems by Siegfried Sassoon, read by the author. Nov. 14, 1956
  • Poems by Stevie Smith. Nov. 29, 1968
  • Poems from Italy, by Kathleen Raine. Jan. 31, 1964
  • Poems of Francis Thompson. Dec. 18, 1959
  • Poems of George Barker. Jan. 10, 1959 *
  • Poems, with a conversation by Stevie Smith. Sept. 3, 1968 * (2 folders)
  • The Poet and His Critic--The Poet: Edith Sitwell, The Critic: Henry Reed. Nov. 9, 1946
  • Poets in Paradise, by Desmond Chute. Dec. 24, 1955
  • Poets of the Sixteenth Century: 10 - Poems and Songs of Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke, compiled by Thom Gunn and D.C. June 2, 1968 *
  • Pop songs of East Africa, by John Storm Roberts. I. Styles, June 22, 1967; II. Subjects, June 30, 1967
  • Population, by Piers Stephens. Recorded Apr. 28, 1963
  • Portrait of a Nonentity (see: A Man Apart)
  • Portrait of an Actor: Recollections of Robert Farquharson. Jan. 11, 1967 *
  • Portrait of an Actor: Macready, by Tom Rothfield, produced by Dorothy Baker. Pre-recorded Jan. 17, 1969
  • Portrait of Byron: I. The Rise to Fame. Apr. 16, 1974; II. The Years of Exile. Apr. 23, 1974 * (5 folders; see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 10)
  • Portrait of Dylan Thomas. n.d. (2 folders)
  • Portrait of Eric Gill. Feb. 27, 1969 (2 folders)
  • Portrait of Henry James, compiled by Michael Swann. Oct. 25, 1954 (2 folders)
  • Portrait of Lord Keynes. Feb. 26, 1965
  • The Potent Ash, by Leonard Kibera. Dec. 28, 1967
  • The Primal Scene, As It Were..., by Henry Reed. (Original typescript) n.d.
  • The Primal Scene, As It Were...: Nine Studies in Disloyalty, by Henry Reed. Mar. 11, 1958
  • Primitive Survivals in European Music. Feb. 11, 1960 *
Box 19
  • The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, by Henry Reed. May 24, 1954
  • Promenade in Frysthaven, by Honor Tracy. July 28, 1953
  • The Quest for Corbett, by Harold Lang and Kenneth Tynan. July 15, 1956 *
  • The Quest of the Holy Grail, by Sir Malory, Knight. June 3, 1953
  • Quia Imperfectum, by Max Beerbohm. Sept. 16, 1949
  • Recollections of Eric Gill. Apr. 9, 1961
  • Recollections of Harley Granville-Barker, by Sybil Thorndike and Lewis Casson. Mar. 27, 1967
  • Recollections of Henry James. Feb. 7, 8, 1955 *
  • Recollections of Henry James in His Later Years, compiled by Michael Swan. June 14, 1956 *
  • Recollections of Joseph Conrad, compiled by Vincent Brome. Dec. 3, 1957 *
  • Recollections of Lewis Carroll. Jan. 15, 1958 *
  • Recollections of Max Beerbohm. July 4, 1972 *
  • Recollections of Mrs. A. Stirling. Feb. 25, 1960
  • Recollections of Queen Alexandra, by the Hon. Mrs. Mary Bell. July 20, 1958 *
  • Recollections of Robert Farquharson. June 24, 1966 *
  • Reminiscences of Henry James, Interview with Ruth Draper. Aug. 18, 1954
  • Reminiscences of Joseph Conrad. March 16, 1957
  • Report to the People - Persian oil. Apr. 17, 1951 (extract)
  • The Rescuers, written and produced by Alan Burgess. Jan. 21, 1957. 1958 entry, UNESCO Human Right Prize
  • Return Journey, by Dylan Thomas, production by P.H. Burton. Pre-recorded Apr. 2, 1947
  • Return Journey, Stevie Smith to Syler's Green, production by R.D. Smith. Aug. 5, 1947
  • Return to Naples, by Henry Reed (no script). Aug. 4, 1953 (2 folders)
  • The Rise and Fall of Sammy Posnett by Gerard McLarnon. July 15, 1964
  • Rousseau in England, by Maurice Cranston. Sept. 19, 1955 *
  • The Salvation of Faust, words by Donald Cotton, music by James Stevens. July 6, 1960 (2 folders)
Box 20
  • Scenes from the Tain Bo Cualinge, translated by Thomas Kinsella, adapted by Thomas Kinsella and Liam Miller. Sept. 25, 1970 (2 folders)
  • The School of Night, By H.A.L. Craig. Oct. 26, 1960
  • Scottish Life and Letters: contribution by Dylan Thomas. June 23, 1949
  • The Seeds of Love, A programme of English amatory folk songs, compiled by A.L. Lloyd (no script). Sept. 28, 1957
  • Seelkie, a lyric drama for radio, written by James Forsyth for music by Brian Easdale. Apr. 4, 1954
  • A Sequelula to the Dynasts, by Max Beerbohm. June 11, 1951
  • The Seraphina, or Round the Heart in Any Year: A Morality, by George Baker, music by Lennox Berkeley. Oct. 4, 1956 *
  • Shakespeare and His Musicians. Dec. 16, 1948
  • The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, A programme on the development of. Pre-recorded Dec. 8, 1959
  • The Shepherds' Play (the Wakefield Second Shepherds' Play), adapted by Terence Tiller. Dec. 26, 1947
  • Showground Organs. Pre-recorded Feb. 11, 1960
  • A Silence Filled with Greek, by Michael Ayrton. Jan. 17, 1967
  • Since Last I Read, poems by Robert Graves. Jan. 12, 1966
  • Sir Max Beerbohm on H.B. Irving. Jan 2. 1955 *
  • Sir Max Beerbohm on Henry James. Dec. 1, 1954
  • Sir Max Beerbohm on W.B. Yeats. Dec. 28, 1957 *
  • The Slade School in the Nineties, by Miss Ethel Hatch. Nov. 17, 1967 *
  • Some Commonwealth Poets, chosen by Patric Dickinson from the poetry programmes of the Commonwealth Arts Festival, 1965. Feb. 23, 1956 (see also: Commonwealth Arts Festival, 1965)
  • Some Poems of Vernon Watkins, selected by Kathleen Raine. Oct. 11, 1968
  • Something from the Sea, by Giles Cooper. Mar. 18, 1966
  • Songs of Lawino, a Lament by Okot p'Bitek. Aug. 23, 1968
  • Songs of the Durham Miners: I. The Older Stratum, II. The Newer Seam. Pre-recorded Sept. 18, 1963
  • The Sorrows of Ireland, by Honor Tracy. May 26, 1967 *
  • Sovereignty: a conversation in May, 1660, written by Maurice Cranston. May 11, 1960
  • Speaking of Poetry 1/2, by Patric Dickinson. Aug 6, 1965
  • Spoon River Anthology, by Edgar Lee Masters, selected by Dylan Thomas, produced by Lawrence Gillian. Jan. 23, 1955 *
  • Stanley Morrison, l889-l967, a Radio Portrait, compiled by Nicholas Barker and D.C. Feb. 2, 1969 *
  • Stereologue, by Donald Cotton, music by Alan Owen. Nov. 17, 1962
  • The Street Game, a ballad of London, by Bernard Kops. July 21, 1959
  • The Streets of Pompeii, by Henry Reed. Apr.22, 1955 *
  • Success. June 5, 1967
  • Summoned by Bells, by John Betjeman: Chapters I-IV, Nov. 22, 1960; Chapters V-VII, Nov. 26, 1960; Chapters VIII-IX, Nov. 28, 1960 (4 folders)
  • T.S. Eliot, the sequence of poems used at the Memorial Service in Westminster Abbey on Thursday, Feb. 4, 1965. Apr. 9, 1965
  • Temple to Redcliffe, No. 2 in the series Streets of Bristol, devised by D.C., produced by Patrick Beech. Dec. 21, 1938
  • The Terrible Wild Beast, an Exploration of the Times and Troubles of Benvenuto Cellini, by H.A.L. Craig. July 24, 1955 *
  • The Third: The first ten years of the Third Programme. Produced with the assistance of John Reeves. Sept. 30, 1956 *
Box 21
  • '30-'60: a barbershop on an evening in 1930 and the same place in 1960. Nov. 8, 1960
  • The Thirties in Britain, The Mass-Observed (see: The Mass-Observed)
  • The Thirties in Britain: The Novel, a reconsideration by Walter Allen. Nov. 30, 1965 *
  • Three Cat Poems, by Edward Lear and T.S. Eliot (no script). June 3, 1954 *
  • Three New Zealand Poets: James Baxter, Allen Curnow and Denis Glover. Mar. 8, 1967
  • Three Women: a poem for three voices, by Sylvia Plath. Aug. 19, 1962 *
  • Titty, by Harold Nicolson, adapted by D.C. Apr. 28, 1952
  • Too Tired for Words, by Stevie Smith. Mar. 4, 1957 *
  • Town and Country Cries, complied by Denis Stevens. June 28, 1962 (see also: The Cries of London)
  • A Tragedie called Oedipus. n.d.
  • The Tragedy of Phaethon, a comedy by Donald Cotton. Feb. 10, 1965
  • A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith, abridged by Josephine Plummer. Episode 2, Katie and Johnny. Feb. 29, 1972
  • The Tree Has Arms, a programme on the Peasants Revolt of 1381, words by H.A.L. Craig, music by William Wordsworth. Sept. 8, 1957 *
  • Trial By Water, adapted by D.C., from "The Test" by W.W. Jacobs. n.d.
  • The Trial of Dr. Bowdler, by Laurence Kitchin. July 5, 1954 *
  • The Trial of Lord Byron: an Experiment in Biography, by Laurence Kitchin. Aug. 24, 1958 *
  • The Trial of Machiavelli, by Laurence Kitchen. Dec. 17, 1957 *
  • A Tribute to Queen Mary, edited and produced by D.C. and Michael Barsley. Mar. 29, 1953 *
  • A Tribute to Sir Max Beerbohm, by Siegfried Sassoon. Aug. 22, 1956
  • Trouble, by Honor Tracy. May 12, 1954 *
  • The True Tale of Guillaume de Machaut, translated and adapted by René Hague. July 19, 1969 *
  • Trumpets, Bugles and Drums. Feb. 24, 1971
  • The Truth about Pyecraft, adapted and produced by D.C. (Television) Oct. 3, 1958 *
  • A Turn Outside, by Stevie Smith. May 23, 1959
  • The Unblest, bu Henry Reed. Apr. 6, 1966
  • Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas (see: II. Writings. Under Milk Wood)
  • Unique, Flamboyant Lady, a Radio Portrait of Ouida, by Joanna Richardson. Oct. 26, 1967
  • Until Further Notice, by Guillaume Oyono-Mbia. Dec. 28, 1967
  • A Very Great Man Indeed, by Henry Reed. Feb. 25, 1956 *
  • Victorian Conservatories (see: Conservatories and Other Edwardiana)
  • Views and Recollections of a Sunday Poet, by Frances Cornford. Mar. 27, 1956 *
  • Vincenzo, a Tragi-Comedy, by Henry Reed. Mar. 29, 1955 *
  • The Vision of William, adapted by John Reeves from Piers Plowman by William Langland, music by John Reeves. Sept. 28, 1958 *
  • The Vision of William Blake, poems selected by Kathleen Raine. Feb. 13, 1961
  • The Voice of Carlton Hobbs. n.d. *
  • The Voice of Dylan Thomas. Dec. 17, 1971 * (see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 12)
  • The Voice of the Gods, by A.L. Lloyd. Mar.22, 1967
Box 22
  • Voices in the Air. May 26, 1960 (2 folders)
  • Vortex: Gaudier-Brzeska, compiled by Mervyn Levy. June 5, 1965 * (2 folders)
  • The Voyage of the Beagle, by H.A.L. Craig. July 22, 1958 *
  • W.S. Merwin, reads a selection of his new poems (no script). May 29, 1962
  • Walter James Programme (insert), by Sir Compton Mackenzie. July 7, 1956
  • Wedlock's the Devil, by D.C. Sept. 18, n.y. (see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 11)
  • Who Shall be Saved, by T.O. Beachcroft. May 8, 1956 *
  • Wigan to Rome: a Holiday Coach Tour, by Bill Naughton. Sept. 29, 1960 * (2 folders)
  • William Cornyshe, written and produced by D.C. Jan. 20, 1953 *
  • The Wound, by Ted Hughes. Feb. 1, 1962 *
  • The Writing of the Eve of St. Agnes, by Robert Gittings. Nov. 13, 1967 * (2 folders)
  • The Xylophone, by A.M. Jones. I. Africa and Indonesia, Apr. 13, 1967; II. Other Musical Evidence, Apr. 14, 1967
  • A Year I Remember - 1913, by Rose Macaulay. June 4, 1950
  • A Year I Remember - 1939, by Frances Watson. Dec. 30, 1964
  • The Year of My Life: Peter Ustinov recalls the year 1942. Dec. 27, 1965 *
  • Yeats at Work, the writing of "A Prayer for My Daughter," by Jon Stallworthy. Feb. 15, 1969
  • The Young Lord Byron, compiled by D.C., edited by Leslie A. Marchand. Sept. 13, 1973 * (2 folders; see also: Oversize. Scrapbook 13)
  • Zuleika Dobson an Edvardian Fantasy, by Max Beerbohm, adapted by D.C. Dec. 16, 1954 * (2 folders)
  • Unidentified Scripts
Box 23
  • Italia Prize, BBC entries. Arranged chronologically by year of entry:
  • 1954. Antigone, a radio opera. Music by John Joubert, libretto by Rachel Trickett, produced by David Harris. July 21, 1954 (2 copies)
  • 1954. My Brother Died, a melodrama for radio. Written by J. Bronowski, music by Peter Racine Fricker. Apr. 26, 1954 (2 copies)
  • 1955. The Death of a Town. Written by Kay Cicellis, music by Elisabeth Lutyens, produced by Peter Duval Smith. Jan. 18, 1954. (2 copies)
  • 1955. Farewell, Companions, a ballad-opera for broadcasting. Words by H. A. L. Craig, music by William Alwyn. Aug. 9, 1955.
  • 1956. The Death of Vivien. Words by René Hague, music by Peter Racine Fricker. May 6, 1956.
  • 1957. All That Fall, a play for radio. Written by Samuel Beckett, produced by Donald McWhinnie. Jan. 13, 1957
  • 1957. Night in the City. Devised, produced and directed by Denis Mitchell, music by Ewan MacColl. June 14, 1957
  • 1958. The Ballad of John Axon. Written by Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker, words and music by Ewan MacColl, produced by Charles Parker. July 2, 1958
  • 1959. June Evening. Written by Bill Naughton. July 29, 1958. (2 copies)
  • 1959. Embers. Written by Samuel Beckett, produced by Donald McWhinnie. June 24, 1959. (2 copies)
  • 1960. Singing the Fishing. Written Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker, produced by Charles Parker. Aug. 16, 1960 (2 copies)
  • 1961. A Night Out. Written by Harold Pinter. Produced by Donald McWhinnie. Mar. 1, 1960 (2 copies)
  • 1961. Wigan to Rome. Written by Bill Naughton. Sept. 29, 1960 (2 entries)
  • 1962. Alfie Elkins and his Little Life. Written by Bill Naughton. Jan. 7, 1962 (2 copies)
  • 1963. The Story of Sarah, a talk by Sylvia Whitehead. Produced by Janet Walters. May 11, 1962 (2 copies)
  • 1965. The Photo of the Colonel, a radio opera by Humphrey Searle. Adapted from the story of Eugène Ionesco. Produced by Cleverdon and Lionel Slater. Mar. 8, 1964 (2 copies)
  • 1967. And Now the Barley. Written by Colin Finbow. Produced by Charles Lefeaux. June 30, 1967 (2 copies)
  • 1967. There's No Point in Arguing the Toss. Written by Don Hayworth. Produced by Alan Ayckbourn. Sept. 4, 1966 (2 copies)

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