Thursday, 9 November 2017

Cinema Scent On BBC Radio 4 Film Programme: The Graduate (dir. Mike Nichols; 1967)


Regular readers will know that in recent weeks, I've started writing about the relatively unexplored space where the worlds of scent and cinema meet. Well, I am thrilled to announce that my little project has made its way onto my favourite weekly dose of movie musings: Francine Stock's Film Programme on BBC Radio 4. So, put on a wetsuit, jump into a red sports car and tune in today at 4 pm (UK time) to hear me talking about one of the most beloved films of the 60s: The Graduate.

To listen online as the programme is being broadcast, please click here.

As soon as the podcast of the episode is available, I'll post a link to it here. Here we go... You should be able to listen to the episode by clicking on this link; on the same page, you'll also find a 'Podcast' link with various options for Apple, Android et al. I hope you'll listen to the entire episode, but if you're interested only in my bit, fast forward to the 24 minute mark.

To read all the Cinema Scent pieces I've written so far, please click here.

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