Geoffrey Bridson and his wife Joyce, discuss his book "Prospero and Ariel: The rise and fall of radio a personal recollection.", as well as his life and career as a producer/broadcaster for BBC radio.
The interview is interspersed with several excerpts from recordings:
Excerpt of conversation at the home of Bridsons in England 1962. He talks about the play "Aarons field" and the sequel "Aarons Fallout shelter".
Excerpt from Joyce Bridson backstage after the play "Oh what a lovely war" in New York. They discus playwrights.
Excerpt of Studs talking with Louis MacNeice at the BBC Club talking with Studs about the radio plays "Dark Tower" and "The Bomb"
The interview closes with a couple of paragraphs from his book "Prospero and Ariel: The rise and fall of radio a personal recollection."