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One Thing and Another

Label
One Thing and Another
Title
One Thing and Another
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Over the course of seven decades, Jonathan Miller has been at the forefront of developments in theatre, opera, comedy, philosophy and scientific debate. This new collection brings together the very best of his acerbic writing. In keeping with Miller's grasshopper mind, this book leaps from discussions of human behavior, atheism, satire, cinema and television, to analyses of the work of M.R. James, Lewis Carroll, Charles Dickens and Truman Capote, by way of reflections on directing Shakespeare, Chekhov, Olivier and opera. A celebrated conversationalist, the book also features a selection of key interviews focusing on his working method
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Miller, Jonathan
Dewey number
828.92
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR6063.I3737
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Greaves, Ian
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  • Miller, Jonathan
  • Miller, Jonathan
Label
One Thing and Another
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; A Note on the Text; Acknowledgements; Chronology; Death and destruction Whistle and I'll Come to You, BBC1, 7 May 1968; My day Vogue, 1 October 1971; Communication without words Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, 17 February 1989; Evacuee The Evacuees, 1968; Views Listener, 19 December 1968; Dickens BBC Radio 3, 31 May 1970; A bit of a giggle Twentieth Century, July 1961; Intestinal ethics Spectator, 20 January 1961; Reflections California Institute of Technology, April 1999
  • Trailing clouds of glory? New Yorker, 31 August 1963Shadows of doubt Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief, BBC4, 11 October 2004; Views and reviews Vogue, August 1967; Aboard the Victory O Olivier: In Celebration, 1987; In cold print Listener, 17 March 1966; King Lear in rehearsal Squiggle Foundation, London, 11 March 1989; Foreword to Ivan May 1986; I won't pay for the trip: no chemical routes to paradise Vogue, 1 September 1967; The strongest influence in my life BBC Radio 4, 27 May 1975; The heat-death of the universe Beyond the Fringe, 1960; Foreword to On the Side of the Angels 2012
  • 3u{u031B} New York Review of Books, 20 February 1964Directing Shakespeare Interviewed by Ann Pasternak Slater, Quarto, September 1980 129; Man: the double animal Are Hierarchies Necessary?, BBC Radio 3, 3 July 1972; Beyond dispute Times Literary Supplement, 27 July 1967; West side stories New Statesman, 8 February 1963; Where is thy sting? Spectator, 3 March 1961; Mesmerism in nineteenth-century England BBC Radio 3, 24 October 1973; Valete Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 29 August 1983; Native medicine The Body in Question, BBC2, 15 January 1979
  • Producing opera Interviewed by Harold Rosenthal, Opera, October-November 1977Self-recognition On Reflection, 1998; A conversation with Susan Sontag Monitor, BBC1, 17 November 1964; Jokes and joking: a serious laughing matter Queens University, Belfast, August 1987; On Chekhov Subsequent Performances, 1986; The horror story Interviewed by Dr Christopher Evans, BBC Radio 3, 23 December 1971; Can English satire draw blood? Observer, 1 October 1961; A conversation with Richard Dawkins The Atheism Tapes, BBC4, 8 November 2004; Satire's brightest star: Peter Cook Guardian, 10 January 1995
  • The call of the wild New York Review of Books, 16 September 1976Alice in wonderland Vogue, December 1966; Breaking out of the box Interviewed by William F. Condee, Theatre Design and Technology, Winter 1991; Cambridge diary Varsity, 6 November 1954; Alternative worlds Royal Institution, London, 6 April 1971; On rehearsing Subsequent Performances, 1986; The uses of pain Conway Hall, London, 20 November 1973; Foreword to Voices of Victorian London 2011; Plays and players Non-Verbal Communication, 1972; Onwards and upwards? Vogue, 15 October 1966; Q & A Various dates and venues; Notes
Control code
978656196
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (363 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781783197460
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)978656196
Label
One Thing and Another
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; A Note on the Text; Acknowledgements; Chronology; Death and destruction Whistle and I'll Come to You, BBC1, 7 May 1968; My day Vogue, 1 October 1971; Communication without words Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, 17 February 1989; Evacuee The Evacuees, 1968; Views Listener, 19 December 1968; Dickens BBC Radio 3, 31 May 1970; A bit of a giggle Twentieth Century, July 1961; Intestinal ethics Spectator, 20 January 1961; Reflections California Institute of Technology, April 1999
  • Trailing clouds of glory? New Yorker, 31 August 1963Shadows of doubt Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief, BBC4, 11 October 2004; Views and reviews Vogue, August 1967; Aboard the Victory O Olivier: In Celebration, 1987; In cold print Listener, 17 March 1966; King Lear in rehearsal Squiggle Foundation, London, 11 March 1989; Foreword to Ivan May 1986; I won't pay for the trip: no chemical routes to paradise Vogue, 1 September 1967; The strongest influence in my life BBC Radio 4, 27 May 1975; The heat-death of the universe Beyond the Fringe, 1960; Foreword to On the Side of the Angels 2012
  • 3u{u031B} New York Review of Books, 20 February 1964Directing Shakespeare Interviewed by Ann Pasternak Slater, Quarto, September 1980 129; Man: the double animal Are Hierarchies Necessary?, BBC Radio 3, 3 July 1972; Beyond dispute Times Literary Supplement, 27 July 1967; West side stories New Statesman, 8 February 1963; Where is thy sting? Spectator, 3 March 1961; Mesmerism in nineteenth-century England BBC Radio 3, 24 October 1973; Valete Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 29 August 1983; Native medicine The Body in Question, BBC2, 15 January 1979
  • Producing opera Interviewed by Harold Rosenthal, Opera, October-November 1977Self-recognition On Reflection, 1998; A conversation with Susan Sontag Monitor, BBC1, 17 November 1964; Jokes and joking: a serious laughing matter Queens University, Belfast, August 1987; On Chekhov Subsequent Performances, 1986; The horror story Interviewed by Dr Christopher Evans, BBC Radio 3, 23 December 1971; Can English satire draw blood? Observer, 1 October 1961; A conversation with Richard Dawkins The Atheism Tapes, BBC4, 8 November 2004; Satire's brightest star: Peter Cook Guardian, 10 January 1995
  • The call of the wild New York Review of Books, 16 September 1976Alice in wonderland Vogue, December 1966; Breaking out of the box Interviewed by William F. Condee, Theatre Design and Technology, Winter 1991; Cambridge diary Varsity, 6 November 1954; Alternative worlds Royal Institution, London, 6 April 1971; On rehearsing Subsequent Performances, 1986; The uses of pain Conway Hall, London, 20 November 1973; Foreword to Voices of Victorian London 2011; Plays and players Non-Verbal Communication, 1972; Onwards and upwards? Vogue, 15 October 1966; Q & A Various dates and venues; Notes
Control code
978656196
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (363 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781783197460
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)978656196

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