Here is Ocean reading at the T.S. Eliot Prize Shortlist Readings. Ocean does not talk until about the 2nd minute. The person introducing him is Ian McMillan
I could not find an interview from 1968, the year the book was published, with McCullough talking about the book. Nor have I found anything of him recently talking about the book. Instead, here’s a video from The Kalb Report interviewing McCullough.
Hello! Happy Holidays. Just a quick bit of news: I’ve updated the list of books we have read previously. I have also put in the entire list of books we are going to read in 2018 (with links to the catalog). February’s book The Johnstown Flood should be available by February 1st at the Circulation Desk.
Here’s a great video that summarizes WWI from Ferdinand’s assassination all the way to the end.
For more on the Bosnian Mine Fields, check out these links:
Deutche Welle: Former enemies clear mines together in Bosnia
Al Jazeera: Bosnia Mines Still Kill 20 Years Later
University of Essex: Landmines in Bosnia and Herzegovina
On page 4 Butcher describes a stained glass window memorial at St. John the Baptist in Hellidon. I emailed that church and they kindly responded with pictures!