Robert Graves: A Story Worth the Telling, 1980-1998
Scope and Contents
Two scripts (one 'Not checked as recorded', the other 'Checked as recorded') of the BBC Radio 3 programme 'Robert Graves: A Story Worth the Telling', written and presented by Mole. Duplicated typescript. Also present is a quantity of other material relating to the programme and to Graves, including autograph and typescript notes by Mole; 'Discovering Robert Graves' (test by Mole, corrected typescript); letters to Mole from John Cotton, Patric Dickinson (with a poem, 'A bit from an old prayer'), William Graves, Richard Luckett, Blake Morrison, Paul O'Prey, Michael Schmidt, Martin Seymour-Smith, Fraser Steel and Ronnie Wathen; lists of recordings by Graves; transcripts of statements and interviews relating to Graves, some relating to 'The Achievement of Robert Graves', by or with David Constantine, Richard Luckett, John Montague, Paul O'Prey and Martin Seymour-Smith; lists of questions put by Mole to Luckett and Seymour-Smith; cuttings and photocopies of printed texts; and poems, 'Fully Interlocking Pieces' and 'Great Uncle Will'.
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All items except the 'Checked as corrected' script of 'Robert Graves: A Story Worth the Telling' formed the contents of a file labelled 'Robert Graves' by Mole, and were part of the 2009 accession. The 'Checked as corrected' script was part of the 2023 accession.
- From the Fonds: Mole, John Douglas, 1941- (poet) (Person)
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