BBC 100 Voices: Literary India at the BBC

Lodhi, A. 2018. BBC 100 Voices: Literary India at the BBC. BBC.

TitleBBC 100 Voices: Literary India at the BBC
AuthorsLodhi, A.
Abstract

Decades before the ‘Raj revival’ captured the attention of viewers and listeners – with Radio 4’s Plain Tales from the Raj, ITV’s The Jewel in the Crown and David Lean’s big-screen adaptation of A Passage to India - the BBC embarked on a very literary relationship with India, one rooted in World War Two.

KeywordsBBC, India, MacNeice, Raj
Year2018
Web address (URL)https://www.bbc.co.uk/historyofthebbc/people-nation-empire/literary-india
PublisherBBC
Publication dates
Published2018

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