New Article: Walter Greenwood: ‘The Old Habits Die Hard’ Interview (George Rosie, Radio Times, 1971)

As promised, here is the fourth in my series of accounts of what Greenwood said about his life and self to a number of interviewers. Here George Rosie is especially interested in habits which Greenwood adopted in his early impoverished life, many of which have stayed with him. See: https://waltergreenwoodnotjustloveonthedole.com/walter-greenwood-old-habits-die-hard-interview-george-rosie-the-radio-times-1971/ Best Chris.

New Article: ‘Dole Cue’ Interview with Catherine Stott in the Guardian, 1971

Greenwood gave more interviews in 1971, when the dramatised version of his memoirs, There was was a Time, had its London premiere at Bernard Miles' Mermaid Theatre, than in any previous year. When Greenwood came to the rehearsals in London from his home in the Isle of Man, BBC Radio 4, the Guardian and the… Continue reading New Article: ‘Dole Cue’ Interview with Catherine Stott in the Guardian, 1971

New Article: ‘Those Turbulent Years’ – Walter Greenwood interviewed by John Tusa (BBC Radio 4, 1971)

The British Library has a magnetic tape-reel recording of this interview listed on its catalogue. When I enquired about coming to listen to it in 2020, they said that it was in a very fragile condition, but soon after kindly made a digital recording so that I (and others) could hear this rare recording. Unfortunately,… Continue reading New Article: ‘Those Turbulent Years’ – Walter Greenwood interviewed by John Tusa (BBC Radio 4, 1971)