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Posts tagged ‘Franz Kafka’

MN: Kafka ruling

last sunday morning (21st april), 12.23-12.25am, on bbc radio 4 

midnight news includes …

A collection of unpublished writings by Franz Kafka is set to be released after a Swiss court ruled that the papers could be removed from a bank in Zurich and sent to Israel’s National Library.”

including report from …

• bbc reporter richard hamilton

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SR: Kafka’s Last Trial

saturday 26th january, 7.34-7.43pm, on bbc radio 4 

saturday review (presented by tom sutcliffe) includes …

“When Franz Kafka died in 1924, he left instructions that any remaining manuscripts should be burnt. These instructions were not followed and a legal battle ensued to decide to whom they should belong: to the country of his language – Germany, of his birth – Czechoslovakia or his cultural affinities -Israel?. Benjamin Balint‘s book Kafka’s Last Trial follows the machinations of alleged ownership.”

including contributions from …

• writer lynn shepherd

• writer and performer inua ellams

katie puckrik

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OB: Kafka’s Last Trial

sunday 13th january, 4.14-4.23pm (repeated 3.43pm, thursday 17th), on bbc radio 4 

open book (presented by mariella frostrup) includes …

“The question of who has the right to claim Franz Kafka’s literary legacy has been the subject of a fierce and lengthy legal battle which in turn is now the subject of a book. Kafka’s Last Trial by Benjamin Balint combines biography with an account of the legal struggles, and he joins Mariella Frostrup to elaborate.”

including interview with …

benjamin balint, author of kafka’s last trial

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IOT: Kafka’s The Trial

thursday 27th november 2014, 9.00-9.45am, on bbc radio 4

kafka’s the trial (in the in our time series) (presented by melvyn bragg, with • professor elizabeth boa, university of nottingham, • professor steve connor, university of cambridge, • professor ritchie robertson, university of oxford)

“Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Franz Kafka‘s novel of power and alienation ‘The Trial’, in which readers follow the protagonist Joseph K into a bizarre, nightmarish world in which he stands accused of an unknown crime; courts of interrogation convene in obscure tenement buildings; and there seems to be no escape from a crushing, oppressive bureaucracy.

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Newsday: unpublished Kafka

last wednesday (10th august), on bbc world service radio
newsday includes …

“The Israeli national library has won the legal battle for Max Brod’s unseen collection of Franz Kafka’s work.”

including contribution from …
kathi diamant, president of the kafka project (more…)

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