SeriesEpisodeTitleRepeatedDescription
 01Blondy And Pollen20060522 (BBC7)
20060523 (BBC7)
20070625 (BBC7)
20080728 (BBC7)
The Lygon sisters were the recipients of some of Waugh's racier letters, written during his adventures abroad as a young man.
 02Waugh In Abyssinia20060523 (BBC7)
20060524 (BBC7)
20070626 (BBC7)
20080729 (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.
 03Letters Home20060524 (BBC7)
20060525 (BBC7)
20070627 (BBC7)
20080730 (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.
 04Letters To Graham Greene20060525 (BBC7)
20060526 (BBC7)
20070628 (BBC7)
20080731 (BBC7)
"God forbid I should pry into the secrets of your soul.
It is simply your public performance which grieves me".
 05 LASTLetters To Ann Fleming20060526 (BBC7)
20060527 (BBC7)
20070629 (BBC7)
20080801 (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.
Waugh on Five More Fronts Genome: [r4 Bd=19940404] Simon Cadell reads a selection of Evelyn Waugh 's letters to his
Tamily and friends on such diverse subjects as the war in Abyssinia; the Pope; Perry Mason ; drink; and an attack of insanity. 1: Blondy and Pollen
Compiled by Michael Bakewell. Producer Jane Morgan
Waugh on Five More Fronts Genome: [r4 Bd=19940405] 2: Waugh in Abyssinia. In 1935, Evelyn Waugh covered the Abyssinian war for the Daily Mail. He was a hopeless journalist but from the experience came Scoop.
Waugh on Five More Fronts Genome: [r4 Bd=19940406] 3: Letters Home. Evelyn Waugh was a great traveller, but on a journey to Ceylon in 1954, he became prey to mysterious and malevolent voices.
Waugh on Five More Fronts Genome: [r4 Bd=19940407] 4: Letters to Graham Greene. "God forbid I should pry into the secrets of your soul. It is simply your public performance which grieves me."
Waugh on Five More Fronts Genome: [r4 Bd=19940408] 5: Letters to Ann Fleming. "I am too deaf for social life but perfectly sound tete-a-tete. Evelyn Waugh didn't lose his interest in the outside world, nor his acerbic wit.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940404] contributors

  • Unknown: Simon Cadell
  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
  • Unknown: Perry Mason
  • Unknown: Michael Bakewell.
  • Producer: Jane Morgan

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940404] contributors

  • Unknown: Simon Cadell
  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
  • Unknown: Perry Mason
  • Unknown: Michael Bakewell.
  • Producer: Jane Morgan

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940405] contributors

  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940405] contributors

  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940406] contributors

  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940406] contributors

  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940407] contributors

  • Unknown: Graham Greene.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940407] contributors

  • Unknown: Graham Greene.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940408] contributors

  • Unknown: Ann Fleming.
  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Genome:
[r4 bd=19940408] contributors

  • Unknown: Ann Fleming.
  • Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

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