C.S. Lewis’s Surviving BBC Radio Talks

One of C.S. Lewis’s most popular and influential books is Mere Christianity. Mere Christianity was published in 1952, but what many people do not know is that the book is based on a number of talks that Lewis gave on the BBC during World War Two. Unfortunately, most of those recordings have been destroyed.

Thankfully, some has survived and can be found in the following two videos. Please ignore the bad spelling in the introduction to the video and enjoy the voice of C.S. Lewis. If you want to hear more C.S. Lewis, you can hear him read the text of his book, The Four Loves.


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