Inside The Wardrobe

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19990809

Narrated by Denys Hawthorne.

An exploration of C S Lewis's early years and family influences, in a programme to mark the centenary of his birth.

With David Blakely, Professor Alastair Minnis, Dr John Gillespie, Professor James McEvoy and Neal Cussak.

19990809

Narrated by Denys Hawthorne.

An exploration of C S Lewis's early years and family influences, in a programme to mark the centenary of his birth.

With David Blakely, Professor Alastair Minnis, Dr John Gillespie, Professor James McEvoy and Neal Cussak.

19981129

An exploration of C S Lewis's early years and family influence in a programme to mark the centenary of his birth.

Denys Hawthorne examines Lewis's relationships with his parents, his brother Warnie - who remained close to him all his life - and with the brilliantly eccentric Mr Kirkpatrick, his private tutor.

The programme also considers the historical background against which Lewis grew up in Belfast - an uncertain time of growing support for Irish independence coupled with an increasing unionist opposition.

19981129

An exploration of C S Lewis's early years and family influence in a programme to mark the centenary of his birth.

Denys Hawthorne examines Lewis's relationships with his parents, his brother Warnie - who remained close to him all his life - and with the brilliantly eccentric Mr Kirkpatrick, his private tutor.

The programme also considers the historical background against which Lewis grew up in Belfast - an uncertain time of growing support for Irish independence coupled with an increasing unionist opposition.