Monday, 22 December at 4.30. BBC Radio
4: ‘Beyond Belief’. A discussion about Eliot’s life
Thursday, 8 January 2015: 7 pm. Commemorative
talk 50 years after TS Eliot’s death: ‘Footfalls Echo
in the Memory: Eliot’s Expatriation’. Keats House,
Thursday, 22 January 2015. 7 pm. Blackwell’s
bookshop, Oxford. Representing Mary
Wollstonecraft in a balloon debate of ‘Blake and
His Contemporaries’, associated with the Blake
exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum.
Wednesday, 25 February, 2015. Jewish Book
Week. 1 pm. Q & A on Divided Lives at the Jewish
Museum, Camden, London.
Sunday, 8 March. Emily Dickinson.
Women of the World Festival. Southbank,
London. Poetry read by Juliet Stevenson.
Saturday, 14 March, London tea for the Association
of Senior Members, St Hilda’s College. Talk
on ‘Biography and Autobiography in Divided Lives:
Dreams of a Mother and Daughter’.
Tuesday, 24 March, 8 pm. Book group
discussion of Divided Lives in St John’s
Wood, London. Organiser: Valerie Reuben
Sat, 28 March 2015. 'The Stories of Our Lives' Oxford Festival. With Selena Todd,
author of The People.
Tuesday, 5 May 2015. 7 pm. ‘Footfalls Echo in the
Memory’. On the choice of stories in writing memoir
and on Eliot’s memories called up by his visit to Burnt
Norton. Inaugural talk for the Chipping Campden Festival.
Chipping Campden School Hall.
15-17 May 2015: Fransch Hoek Literary Festival, Cape Town.
Early 2016: Lecture on biographical
discovery (part of a Mellon series of
lectures by writers) for fine radio, South
Africa. Organiser: Fenuala Dowling.
Radio discussion on Henry James.
Talking Books, Newstalk, Ireland (Date TBC)
‘Echoes of Kinship: Writing Family Memoir’ at Wolfson
On Mary Wollstonecraft
On Emily Dickinson with Martha Nell Smith
DISCUSSION OF ELIOT’S ‘FOUR QUARTETS’ ON RADIO, WITH LORD HARRIES AND THE REVD JOHN VALENTINE: ‘FOCUS ON TS ELIOT’ www.premier.org.uk/poetry
Virginia Woolf’s Diaries
FRONTIER OF BIOGRAPHY
Talk on 'THE WORLD WITHIN': THE BRONTËS AND EMILY DICKINSON.