Click here to find Charles Adrian on Twitter

(Background noise might make this episode a challenging listen.)

Season 1 Episodes

Episode image is a detail from the cover of Ring Of Bright Water by Gavin Maxwell, published in 1961 by Longmans; cover photograph is ‘A bay near Camusfeàrna’ by Gavin Maxwell.

Episode image is a detail from the cover of Ring Of Bright Water by Gavin Maxwell, published in 1961 by Longmans; cover photograph is ‘A bay near Camusfeàrna’ by Gavin Maxwell.

This is a second attempt to record the third edition of Page One. The first version included a hilarious interview with the talented Phil Burgers (aka Dr Brown). Alas, no more.

As it stands, this third edition has something from a wonderful new anthology of Hackney-related poems and stories, something from New Yoik, a story about an otter and THE ABORTION. Plus some great music. As ever.

Incidentally, there is a lot of popping of plosives in this recording, which is because of technical things like microphone volume. Charles Adrian writes: “I did go through the whole thing and fix it, but then something went wrong and all the pops came back. I didn’t have time to do it all again. I can only apologise.”

You can buy Acquired For Development By… at the Influx Press website here.

You can find the first of Dr Brown’s Comedy Blaps (made for Channel 4) on YouTube here.

The Vera Chok who is mentioned is a very good friend of Page One. Her first appearance on the podcast, Page One 6, can be found here.

More information about the wonderful Dinefwr Literature Festival can be found here.

Another novel by Richard Brautigan, In Watermelon Sugar, is discussed in Page One 6.

This episode was recorded at the Wilton Way Café for London Fields Radio, which you can find out more about here.

You can listen to this episode on Mixcloud here.

Episode released: June, 2012.

Book listing:

A Dream Life Of Hackney Marshes by Gareth Rees (from Acquired For Development By… ed. Kit Caless & Gary Budden)

The Equalizer by David Deutsch

Ring Of Bright Water by Gavin Maxwell

The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966 by Richard Brautigan

Links:

Acquired For Development By… at Influx Press

Dr Brown’s Comedy Blaps on YouTube

Vera Chok

Dinefwr Literature Festival

Page One 6

Page One 3 on Mixcloud

London Fields Radio

Charles Adrian