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The International Anthony Burgess Foundation Podcast Channel hosts two podcasts: The International Anthony Burgess Foundation Podcast is dedicated to exploring the life and work of Anthony Burgess and his contemporaries, and the cultural environment in which Burgess was working. A combination of scripted episodes, interviews and lectures, this series is a resource for students, readers and anyone else interested in twentieth century literature, film and music. The International Anthony Burge ...
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In this episode, Andrew Biswell exploring the making of the new documentary film, A Clockwork Orange: The Prophecy, with the directors Elisa Mantin and Benoit Felici. A Clockwork Orange: The Prophecy, is the first new documentary to focus on Burgess for 25 years. Drawing on archive footage, startling new animations, and interviews with major cultur…
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In this episode, we hand the microphone over to Anthony Burgess himself, as he gives a special festive reading of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our listeners! We'll be back in 2024 with more podcasts. For more information about Anthony Burgess and to find out how you can support the work of the…
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In this episode, we’re exploring a parallel universe Glasgow as we talk about Alasdair Gray’s Lanark with writer and biographer Rodge Glass. Lanark is a strange, experimental book that immediately thrusts the reader into a weird world with glimmers of familiarity. It’s a novel with two stories, that weave around each other but don’t quite come toge…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In this episode, Graham Foster talks to one of the 2023 Liana Burgess Fellows, Dr Mária Palla, who has spent three weeks researching in the archives at the Burgess Foundation. In its capacity as an educational charity, the Burgess Foundation offers grants to researchers and scholars with an interest in the life and work of Anthony Burgess and other…
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In this episode, Graham Foster to one of the 2023 Liana Burgess Fellows, Dr Ákos Farkas, who has spent three weeks researching in the archives at the Burgess Foundation. In its capacity as an educational charity, the Burgess Foundation offers grants to researchers and scholars with an interest in the life and work of Anthony Burgess and other conne…
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In this episode, Andrew Biswell explores Anthony Burgess’s adventures in America with the help of Christopher W. Thurley. Burgess first visited America in 1966, when he was 49, but over the course of his career he gained extensive experience of both living and working in the United States. These experiences influenced some of his most important wor…
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In this episode, Andrew Biswell, Director of the Burgess Foundation, investigates Anthony Burgess's Chatsky, to celebrate the very first publication of the play by Salamander Street. Chatsky is translated from Alexander Griboyedov's nineteenth century play Gore ot uma, or Woe Out of Wit. Chatsky tells the story of a young Russian diplomat who retur…
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Andrew Biswell speaks to writer and journalist Andy Spinoza about his new book, Manchester Unspun, a post-industrial cultural history of Anthony Burgess's hometown. Andy Spinoza moved from London to Manchester at the age of eighteen and has remained in the city ever since. He wrote about the city’s music scene for the NME and The Face and he founde…
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Anthony Burgess was one of the most important and prolific British writers of the twentieth century. Most famous for his dystopian vision A Clockwork Orange, he wrote 33 novels, 25 books of non-fiction and over 250 musical compositions. This podcast aims to illuminate Burgess’s life and work, and his connections to other twentieth century literatur…
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In this episode, Will Carr celebrates the release of the Irwell Edition of Anthony Burgess's Mozart and the Wolf Gang with Christine Lee Gengaro, Professor of Music at Los Angeles City College. The Irwell Edition of the Works of Anthony Burgess is one of the central projects of the Burgess Foundation, and aims to publish each of Burgess’s novels an…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In this episode, Andrew Biswell of the Burgess Foundation explores fictional representations of Jesus Christ with writer Nicholas Graham, author of The Judas Case. We begin with Anthony Burgess’s 1979 novel, Man of Nazareth, an ambitious account of Jesus’s life from the point of view of a fictional Greek merchant. The novel was written at the same …
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Ninety-Nine Novels, Series 2, releases weekly from the 7 September 2022. This series, we’ll be travelling to alternate universes and dystopian futures, exploring history and legend, and setting sail for exotic locations such as Miami, Cuba and Jerusalem. Along the way, we’ll meet a second world war flight crew, a terrifying dictator, a variety of p…
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In this episode we’re looking at the state of Literary London during the Second World War with writer Will Loxley. Will’s book Writing in the Dark: Bloomsbury, the Blitz and Horizon Magazine, brings to life the cultural and intellectual environment that influenced some of Anthony Burgess’s most defining thoughts about writing and literature. Many o…
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It’s June 2022 and we’re celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses with a series of podcasts exploring Anthony Burgess’s love of the novel. In this episode, Andrew Biswell of the Burgess Foundation talks to David Collard about his book Multiple Joyce, a study of Joyce’s cultural legacy over one hundred essays…
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It’s June 2022 and we’re celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses with a series of podcasts exploring Anthony Burgess’s love of the novel. In this episode, the Burgess Foundation's Will Carr tells the story of Blooms of Dublin, Burgess's musical adaptation of Ulysses which was first performed in Dublin in 19…
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It’s June 2022 and we’re celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses with a series of podcasts exploring Anthony Burgess’s love of the novel. In this episode, Andrew Biswell of the Burgess Foundation looks at Burgess’s formative visits to Dublin, and how his passion for Joyce’s work led to his television docume…
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In this episode, we explore the art of translation. Andrew Biswell from the Burgess Foundation talks to Burgess's German translator, Ludger Tolksdorf, who has recently completed his translation of Anthony Burgess's The Malayan Trilogy. Ludger is based in Bonn, Germany, and works as a translator and literary editor. The first volume of his translati…
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In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
  continue reading
 
In 1984, Anthony Burgess published Ninety-Nine Novels, a selection of his favourite novels in English since 1939. The list is typically idiosyncratic, and shows the breadth of Burgess's interest in fiction. This podcast, by the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, explores the novels on Burgess's list with the help of writers, critics and othe…
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In this episode, we are exploring Anthony Burgess’s interest in film, both as a consumer and a screenwriter. We follow Burgess’s life from his early years as a cinema-goer in Manchester through to his first trips to Hollywood, where he wrote screenplays on subjects as varied as Mary Queen of Scots, the end of the Earth, William Shakespeare and the …
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To mark the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of A Clockwork Orange we’re examining Burgess’s relationship with the director.In part four of our series, Andrew Biswell of the Burgess Foundation speaks to David Mikics, a Moores Distinguished Professor in the English Department of the University of Houston, about Kubrick's working prac…
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Laura Tunbridge gave the tenth annual Anthony Burgess Lecture at the Engine House on 14 October, exploring Beethoven's life and work and discussing Anthony Burgess's lifelong engagement with both.Laura is Professor of Music at the University of Oxford and author of the award-winning biography, Beethoven: A Life in Nine Pieces. Beethoven's life is s…
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This episode focuses on the dystopian world-building of Anthony Burgess and Stanley Kubrick. The Burgess Foundation's Andrew Biswell talks to Matt Melia, Senior Lecturer in Film, Literature and Media at Kingston University. Matt's research centres around Kubrick and Ken Russell, and he is co-editor of a forthcoming collection on Stanley Kubrick and…
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In this episode, the Burgess Foundation's Graham Foster has a conversation with Georgina Orgill, the Stanley Kubrick Archivist at the University of the Arts, London. Georgina manages, preserves and promotes the Stanley Kubrick Archive and is currently co-editing two volumes on Kubrick. She is also the series editor for Liverpool University Press's …
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We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange with a series of podcasts exploring Kubrick’s work and his relationship with Burgess.In this episode, writer, lecturer and Italy's leading expert on Kubrick, Filippo Ulivieri talks to the Burgess Foundation's Graham Foster about Burgess's collaborations w…
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