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Podcast – Anne O’Neill and Julian Henry

Our latest podcast features Anne O’Neill and Julian Henry.

Anne and Julian are newer members of the Philip Larkin Society team and many people will have already been feeling the benefit of their fantastic work on the PL Instagram page. Julian is also a trustee and is now supporting the society committee and its planning and events work. Anne is based in County Kerry and Julian in Oxford. We got together to talk about Larkin in the media, Twitter, Instagram, radio and television and Anne and Julian talk about their route into Larkin, their favourite poems, cancel culture, Hull University, Beatrix Potter, Larkin’s legacy and much more.

For a full details and a link to the podcast click here.



Watch out for February’s Tiny In All That Air featuring Greg Morse. Greg is the writer of John Betjeman: Reading the Victorians (Sussex Academic Press) and John Betjeman (Shire Library) as well as a range of books about railway history. He joins Lyn to discuss Betjeman’s particular brand of Englishness and his life and poetry, as well as his many links to Philip Larkin. Available to stream or download for free from Apple Podcasts. Spotify, Anchor or wherever you get your podcasts on February 19th 2021.


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