OS Voice: The Podcast Service

OS Voice is named in tribute to George Orwell’s celebrated World War Two broadcast magazine on the Eastern Service of the BBC.

OS Voice is the home of the Orwell Society Podcast service, a series of informative and educational talks about Orwell and the things that interested him.

March 1st, KPFA Radio USA

Tim Crook (Orwell Society) and Jean Seaton (Orwell Prize) discuss Nineteen Eighty-Four.

February 14th, The Aidan Project

Richard Lance Keeble, chair of the Orwell Society, discusses ‘alternative facts’ with the Aidan Project.

George Orwell Versus Alternative Facts

January 25th, BBC Radio 2, available until February 24th, 2017

Quentin Kopp and Leslie Hurst of the Orwell Society are interviewed about ‘alternative facts’. (Starts at approx 32 minutes).

BBC Radio 2 January 25th 2017

December 24th 2017 The Nineteen-Orwell

A discussion between Kyra Howell in the USA and Professor Tim Crook of Goldsmiths, University of London.

A wide-ranging conversation, covering everything from George Orwell’s schooldays, through the creation of ‘Big Brother’, to questions about privacy in the twenty-first century.

A transcription of their conversation.

Tom Kelly recites his poem ‘You, You, You’

Read the poem here.

Read about our meeting with Tom and with Gary Wilkinson on Tyneside, as we followed the life of Eileen Blair.

© Tom Kelly.

Uploaded: 28 October 2016