Kipling And France

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2005111020051114

1/2. Rather a Motorious Letter

At Rudyard Kipling's former home in Sussex the garage still houses one of his last Rolls-Royces. The writers Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate the way motoring shaped Kipling's view of England and France in his stories, poems and his detailed motoring journals.

Rudyard Kipling's words are read by David Haig.

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2005111020051114

1/2. Rather a Motorious Letter

At Rudyard Kipling's former home in Sussex the garage still houses one of his last Rolls-Royces. The writers Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate the way motoring shaped Kipling's view of England and France in his stories, poems and his detailed motoring journals.

Rudyard Kipling's words are read by David Haig.

20051117

2/2. Their Name Liveth For Evermore. Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee visit the battlefields of France in Kipling's footsteps. [Rptd Mon 12.15am]

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2005111720051121

2/2. Their Name Liveth For Evermore

After the First World War, the poet and writer Rudyard Kipling became an inspector of war cemeteries in France, but he also had a deep personal interest: his son John died there.

Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee visit the battlefields in Kipling's footsteps.

Rudyard Kipling's words are read by David Haig.

01Rather A Motorious Letter2005111020051114

At Rudyard Kipling's former home in Sussex the garage still houses one of his last Rolls-Royces.

The writers Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate the way motoring shaped Kipling's view of England and France in his stories, poems and his detailed motoring journals.

Rudyard Kipling's words are read by David Haig.

01Rather A Motorious Letter2005111020051114
20160107 (BBC7)
20160108 (BBC7)

How motoring influenced Rudyard Kipling's view of England and France.

4 Extra Debut. Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate how motoring influenced Rudyard Kipling's view of England and France. From November 2005.

At Rudyard Kipling's former home in Sussex the garage still houses one of his last Rolls-Royces.

The writers Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate the way motoring shaped Kipling's view of England and France in his stories, poems and his detailed motoring journals.

Rudyard Kipling's words are read by David Haig

02 LASTTheir Name Liveth For Evermore.2005111720051121
20160108 (BBC7)
20160109 (BBC7)

Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee visit the battlefields of France in Kipling's footsteps.

Why Rudyard Kipling became an inspector of war cemeteries in France.

Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate why Rudyard Kipling became an inspector of war cemeteries in France. From November 2005.

02 LASTTheir Name Liveth For Evermore.2005111720051121

Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee visit the battlefields of France in Kipling's footsteps.