Postscripts By J B Priestley

Patrick Stewart reads a selection of Priestley's 1940 Postscripts, originally delivered on the BBC by Priestley himself as postscripts to the nine o'clock evening news.

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20091110 (BBC7)

Patrick Stewart reads a selection of Priestley's Postscripts.

The humanity and passion of Priestley's wartime observations fired the imagination of millions when they were first broadcast.

Reflecting on the evacuation of Dunkirk, the broadcaster's 1940 wartime observations.

Reflecting on the evacuation of Dunkirk, the broadcaster's 1940 wartime observations are read by Patrick Stewart.

AR022003111820041128
20091110 (BBC7)
20091111 (BBC7)

2/5.

Postscripts: By JB Priestley.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Patrick Stewart reads a selection of JB Priestley's 'Postscripts'.

The humanity and passion of Priestley's wartime observations fired the imagination of millions when they were originally broadcast in 1940.

Today, he describes a wartime outing to Margate.

Recalling a wartime outing to Margate.

Read by Patrick Stewart.

Describing a wartime outing to Margate, the broadcaster's 1940 wartime observations are read by Patrick Stewart.

AR032003111920041205
20091111 (BBC7)
20091112 (BBC7)

3/3.

Patrick Stewart reads a selection of J B Priestley's Postscripts, originally broadcast in 1940.

Today, he compares the current war with his experiences of the previous world war.

The broadcaster compares his current and previous wartime experiences.

Comparing his current and previous wartime experiences, the broadcaster's 1940 observations are read by Patrick Stewart.

AR042003112020041212
20091112 (BBC7)
20091113 (BBC7)

4/5.

Patrick Stewart reads a selection of JB Priestley's Postscripts, originally broadcast in 1940.

Today, he looks back to the very first day of the war.

The broadcaster looks back to the very first day of the war.

Read by Patrick Stewart.

Looking back to the very first day of the war, the broadcaster's 1940 observations are read by Patrick Stewart.

AR05 LAST2003112120041219
20091113 (BBC7)
20091114 (BBC7)

Today, he describes a trip to his native city of Bradford.

Describing recent air-raids in his native city of Bradford, the broadcaster's 1940 observations are read by Patrick Stewart.

The broadcaster describes recent air-raids in his native city of Bradford.