Posted by: Billy Marsh | August 8, 2009

C. S. Lewis Recordings

Justin Taylor over at his blog, Between Two Worlds, posted a great resource for those of us who love C. S. Lewis. He has linked to a page on the BBC’s website where you can download and listen to portions of Lewis’ radio broadcasts. The first of the radio talks titled ” Beyond Personality: The New Men” served as part of the transcript material for what made up his classic work Mere Christianity. The second download is Lewis introducing his book The Great Divorce.

In addition, Taylor links to several other websites where you can purchase other recordings of Lewis such as his talks on The Four Loves, which I have been able to listen to parts of elsewhere. In addition, he gives a list (with links) to various audiobooks for the individual volumes of The Chronicles of Narnia. Some of the names such as Patrick Stewart (Star Trek, X-Men) reveal that the readings of his works have been given a sophisticated treatment.

  • Click here to visit the BBC website where the first two recordings are found.

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