Our BookTalk discussion of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange is now available online. It joins our burgeoning archive of material, which includes talks on Graham Greene, Shirley Jackson, Jane Austen and many others. Huge thanks go out to this month’s guests. Bill Bell guides us … Continue reading A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess – watch online
We’re delighted to share the news that our friends at Penarth Pier’s Snowcat Cinema will be showing Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange on 17 February as a tie-in with our discussion of Anthony Burgess’ novel this week. Since its release in 1971, the film has … Continue reading A Clockwork Orange at Snowcat Cinema
A report from Caitlin Coxon upon our April event on the 2015 BBC series, Dickensian, featuring Ruth McElroy and Holly Furneaux in discussion.
An extract from The Sunday Times reveals some of the plans for the cancelled second series of Dickensian.
Tony Jordan speaks to TV Drama in March 2016 about how he went about reimagining the world of Dickens and the characters that inhabit it.
You can find tickets for our Dickensian event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cardiff-booktalk-dickensian-tickets-32872743260?aff=eac2
Join us for a special BookTalk event focused on Tony Jordan’s television series Dickensian, a mashup based on Charles Dickens’s immortal Victorian novels. Prof. Holly Furneaux, the academic adviser to the series, will be in discussion with Dr Ruth McElroy, a specialist in broadcast media and adaptation.
A report by Caleb Sivyer on our final event for the 2015/16 series of Cardiff BookTalk, to mark the bicentennial of the composition of Frankenstein.
A number of excellent resources related to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein can be found at Biblion: The Boundless Library, which gives users access to The New York Public Library’s impressive collection. Click on the link below to view images relating to Frankenstein on the silver screen: … Continue reading Frankenstein Resources at Biblion: The Boundless Library