Waugh On Five More Fronts
|01||Blondy And Pollen||20060522 (BBC7)|
|The Lygon sisters were the recipients of some of Waugh's racier letters, written during his adventures abroad as a young man.|
|02||Waugh In Abyssinia||20060523 (BBC7)|
|1935 - Waugh covered the Abyssinian war for the Daily Mail.|
He was a hopeless journalist, but from the experience came Scoop.
In 1935 Waugh covered the Abyssinian war for the Daily Mail.
|03||Letters Home||20060524 (BBC7)|
|Evelyn Waugh was a great traveller, but on a journey to Ceylon in 1954 he fell prey to mysterious and malevolent voices.|
Evelyn Waugh was a great traveller, but on a journey to Ceylon in 1954 he became a prey to mysterious and malevolent voices.
|04||Letters To Graham Greene||20060525 (BBC7)|
|"God forbid I should pry into the secrets of your soul.|
It is simply your public performance which grieves me".
|05 LAST||Letters To Ann Fleming||20060526 (BBC7)|
|'I am too deaf for social life but perfectly sound tete a tete'.|
Waugh kept both his interest in the outside world and his wit.
'I am too deaf for social life but perfectly sound tête á tête'.
Waugh kept his interest in the outside world, and his wit.