Stream Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, a BBC Production Featuring Derek Jacobi (Free for a Limited Time)

A nice tip from Metafil­ter: “BBC Radio 4 is air­ing Mar­cel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time in 10 episodes run­ning to about nine hours in total. With a star­ry cast head­ed by Derek Jaco­bi as the Nar­ra­tor, the adap­ta­tion is writ­ten by U.S.-born, UK-based play­wright Tim­ber­lake Werten­bak­er.”

The entire audio col­lec­tion will remain stream­able for the next 28 days. Here are the indi­vid­ual episodes:

Episodes 1 and 2

Episode 3

Episode 4

Episode 5

Episode 6

Episode 7

Episode 8

Episode 9

Episode 10

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Relat­ed Con­tent:

The First Known Footage of Mar­cel Proust Dis­cov­ered: Watch It Online

An Intro­duc­tion to the Lit­er­ary Phi­los­o­phy of Mar­cel Proust, Pre­sent­ed in a Mon­ty Python-Style Ani­ma­tion

When James Joyce & Mar­cel Proust Met in 1922, and Total­ly Bored Each Oth­er

16-Year-Old Mar­cel Proust Tells His Grand­fa­ther About His Mis­guid­ed Adven­tures at the Local Broth­el

Mar­cel Proust Fills Out a Ques­tion­naire in 1890: The Man­u­script of the ‘Proust Ques­tion­naire’


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