John Aubrey, antiquarian, was born in 1626 in Wiltshire. He lived through the Civil War while an undergraduate at Oxford. At the Restoration of Charles II he was still a young man. He died in 1697, during the reign of William and Mary. Patrick Garland’s adaptation for the theatre was drawn (...)
Gregor Dallas is interviewed on ’Face Off’, France 24, 27 October 2008 on the European economy at the moment of crisis.
For two more recent appearances on France 24, see the following links:
’Face Off’ — On the Labour leadership crisis, 8 June 2009.
’The Debate’ — On the police and race relations (...)
This lively interview was made by Rhiannon Brown, for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC’s) programme Artworks, of Gregor Dallas, author of Metrostop Paris. It was broadcast on ABC on 10 August 2008.
The programme concentrates on two Metrostops in the book. Metrostop Châtelet-Les (...)
This is a slightly revised text of a talk delivered in front of the famous English-speaking bookstore in Paris, Shakespeare and Company, on 10 August 2009 to celebrate the publication of the paperback, Metrostop Paris: History from the City’s Heart (London: John Murray, 2009).
The talk (...)