PAULIN, TOM, 1949-
Tom Paulin papers
> Photographs and audiovisual material

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Series 6
Photographs and audiovisual material
Boxes 61-66

Scope and Content Note

This series includes photographs, videotapes, and audiocassettes. All of the videotapes are of Paulin's appearances on the "Late Review" BBC 2 program; most of the audiocassettes involve critical commentary by Tom Paulin.

Photographs
Box Folder Content
61 1 Photographs of Tom Paulin
61 2 Other photographs
Late Review materials
61 3 Itineraries and correspondence
61 4 Notes by Tom Paulin
61 5 Notebooks [4]
61 6 Printed materials
Late Review Videotapes
62 1 18 September 1997
62 2 25 September 1997
62 3 2 October 1997
62 4 9 October 1997
62 5 16 October 1997
62 6 30 October 1997 [damaged]
62 7 6 November 1997
62 8 13 November 1997
62 9 11 December 1997
62 10 22 January 1998
62 11 29 January 1998
62 12 26 February 1998
62 13 5 March 1998
62 14 12 March 1998
62 15 19 March 1998
63 1 27 March 1998
63 2 9 April 1998
63 3 7 May 1998
63 4 14 May 1998
63 5 21 May 1998
63 6 28 May 1998
63 7 17 September 1998
63 8 24 September 1998
63 9 8 October 1998
63 10 15 October 1998 [2 tapes]
63 11 5 November 1998
63 12 12 November 1998
63 13 10 December 1998
64 1 14 January 1999
64 2 21 January 1999
64 3 28 January 1999
64 4 4 February 1999
64 5 17 February 1999
64 6 4 March 1999
64 7 18 March 1999
64 8 6 May 1999
64 9 12 May 1999
64 10 16 September 1999
64 11 23 September 1999 [2 copies]
64 12 30 September 1999
64 13 7 October 1999
64 14 n.d. ["Welcome to Sarajevo" reviewed]
Audiocassettes involving Tom Paulin
65 1 "Before History" [Music composed by Martin Read, based on poem by Tom Paulin; Sylvia Harper, solo oboe]
65 2 "Best Words" [BBC Radio 3 program; Tom Paulin discusses the poetry of Arthur Hugh Clough]
65 3 "Centurions: 'In Memory of W. B. Yeats' by W.H. Auden" [BBC Radio 3 program involving Tom Paulin]
65 4 "Conversation" [radio program; by Tom Paulin] [See also Series 2.5: Scripts]
65 5 "Englands of the Mind" [Open University Production; Tom Paulin and others respond to Seamus Heaney's essay on Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes and Geoffrey Hill]
65 6 "Fine Lines: Episode 5" [BBC Radio 4; presented by Christopher Cook with Tom Paulin and Piotr Sommer; 19 July 1998]
65 7 "John Clare" [Artworks production; Tom Paulin contributes]
65 8 "The Loyalist Response to the Anglo-Irish Agreement" [1986 lecture at Oxford "Irony and Carnival" conference; Terry Eagleton introduces; Paulin followed by Edna Longley lecture on poetry and politics in Northern Ireland]
65 9 "Men of Letters" [BBC Radio 4 series on poetry and letters; Tom Paulin on Side B]
65 10 "National Poetry Day: A Book of Hours" [BBC Radio 4; Tom Paulin reads "Folly Bridge"]
65 11 "Oscar Wilde" [radio program; Tom Paulin contributes]
65 12 "Poetry and the End of Empire: Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes" [Open University Production; Tom Paulin and Donald Davie discuss Philip Larkin's poetry]
65 13 "Poets of the Month: Tom Paulin" [BBC Radio 3, February 1992; parts 1 and 2]
65 14 "Poets of the Month: Tom Paulin" [BBC Radio 3, February 1992; parts 1-4]
65 15 "Postscript: A Poem for Ireland" [Tom Paulin reads a selection of his poetry: 20 March 1998]
65 16 "Prometheus Bound" [radio program; Tom Paulin discusses his Seize the Fire]
65 17 "The Protestant Mind" [BBC Radio 4 Program; Tom Paulin contributes]
65 18 Seize The Fire by Tom Paulin [BBC Radio 3 Production] [2 copies]
65 19 "Sound and Poetry" [Radio program, 4 August 1992; Tom Paulin contributes]
65 20 Untitled [on Creative Writing Programs in U.S.A; includes interviews with Tom Paulin, Seamus Heaney and Thomas Flanagan]
65 21 Untitled [radio program; Tom Paulin discusses his Faber Book of Vernacular Verse]
65 22 Untitled [Radio Oxford program; Tom Paulin discusses Seamus Heaney's work]
65 23 Untitled [Radio Oxford program; Bernard O'Donoghue discusses Tom Paulin's Minotaur]
65 24 Untitled [Side 1: Tom Paulin reviews William Trevor's Family Sins and Other Stories, 25 January 1990; Side 2: Tom Paulin reviews Brian Friel's Translations, 13 May 1981] Translations, 13 May 1981]
Other audiocassettes
65 25 "Bailegangaire" by Tom Murphy [Radio play]
65 26 "United Irishmen" [Radio program on Tone Wolfe; 14 November 1998]
65 27 "Varieties of Irishness" [Seamus Heaney talk for The Ireland Fund, n.d.]
65 28 "The White, The Gold and the Gangrene" by Terry Eagleton [Radio play, broadcast on Radio 3]
65 29 Untitled [Elizabeth Bishop reads her poetry]
65 30 Untitled [Seamus Heaney interviewed re. North]
66 1 Various sermons [most by Ian Paisley; 8 cassettes, mostly "Martyrs Memorial Recordings"]
66 2 Miscellaneous and unidentified cassettes [11 cassettes; includes 1 empty cassette case entitled "Poetry and Revolution"]
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