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British baritone Ian Wallace discusses the Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Recorded while Studs was in England.
British baritone Ian Wallace discusses Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Recorded while Studs was in England.
Interviewing Richard Hoggart : Studs in England.
Interviewing a London cab driver and Karel Reisz while Studs was in England. Recorded in the cab and in Karel Reisz's London home.
Studs interviews patrons in a the pub of the Falcon Hotel, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, while in Stratford-upon-Avon (Midlands) in England. A variety of questions were asked about favorite memories, jobs, and daily life.
Discussing the book on American hobos "Hard Travellin' : the Hobo and His History" and interviewing the author Kenneth Allsop while Studs was in London.
Interviewing British journalist James Cameron.
Discussing bicentennial time and interviewing Otto Friedrich. Otto Friedrich discusses his "Time" magazine piece, his writing, and American history. Includes songs "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "Free America" by Joseph Warren, a German song, an 18th century Boston Tea Party song, and a 18th century British soldier song.
Interviewing a London cabby on the way to visit the Tate Gallery's Lichtenstein Exhibition while Studs was in London.
Interviewing film director Richard Lester while Studs was in London.
Studs discusses books with Sir Allen Lane and labor with his driver, Clifford Bosley, while Studs was visiting the UK in 1962. The main topic of conversation with Sir Allen Lane is the history of paperback books in both the UK and the US. Lane, along with his brothers Richard and John Lane, founded Penguin Books in 1935. This made both fiction and nonfiction literature widely available to the general public. Literacy amongst the masses is discussed, as is censorship. Studs' interview with Clifford Bosley begins at 32:33.
Studs discusses labor with Sir Allen Lane's driver, Clifford Bosley, while Studs was visiting the UK in 1962. Studs and Bosley discusses life in Wales for coal mining families. Topics include literacy, camaraderie, singing, health concerns, and culture amongst colliers and their families.
Reading "Report from an English Village" and interviewing the author Ronald Blythe while Studs was in London.