Lewis was also interviewed for the replacement episode, called ‘The Oxford Octopus’, which concerned the role of the universities in the British arts scene. Lewis is not otherwise known to have been recorded on film, and unfortunately, no footage of these occasions seems now to exist; and there is no known text of the second interview. The essay also describes Lewis’s relationship with Tynan, the Tempo series, and the other content – so far as it can be discovered – of both episodes.
Kenneth McLure (review essay), ‘Owen Barfield and the Poetics of Salvation: A Review of Two Barfield Novellas’, pp. 69-82
P.H. Brazier (review essay), ‘Truth and Fantasy, Reality and Fiction’, pp. 83-91
Milton Walsh, Second Friends: C.S. Lewis and Ronald Knox in Conversation. Review by Cole Matson, pp. 93-96