Tag Archives: Literature

New Global Lab – Pinning it Down

I have produced the May 2016 episode of The Global Lab.

It features a second interview with Sophie Coulombeau (after this one), this time on her academic specialism of eighteenth century literature, specifically the influence of binary classification (e.g. the genus species biological naming convention) on the work of novelist Frances Burney, and why botany was once considered a dangerously racy subject for young ladies. Continue reading

Little Written Podcast: Dan Rebellato, Playwright

“I’m told it’s the largest adaptation the BBC have ever done…”

Episode Three of the Little Written Podcast is an exclusive interview with playwright and audio dramatist Dan Rebellato on the upcoming BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Emile Zola’s twenty-volume Rougon-Macquart novels, Blood, Sex and Money, on which he is a lead writer:

Episode 3: Dan Rebellato, Blood, Sex and Money

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