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Bibliographical details - from lapis's home page!

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    Bibliographical details - from lapis's home page!

    # Moorcock Taped Interviews

    BBC Third Program, New Science Fiction #3--30 March 1967
    [with Merril and MacBeth on the future of speculation]
    Line Up BBC TV--5 June 1969
    [about Behold the Man]
    George Hay BBC Radio--May or June 1971
    [about New Worlds Quarterly ]
    Late Night Line Up-- 15 August 1971
    Tom Gately BBC Radio--1971
    [with M. John Harrison; about The Nature of the Catastrophe]
    BBC Time Out of Mind--1 October 1979
    BBC Time Out of Mind--29 June 1980
    [brief clip about Hawkwind]
    Warhound & World's Pain--May 1981 (on Capitol Radio, London)
    Radio West Midlands--22 December 1981
    [excerpts of Behold the Man Himself]
    Dragon Con--10 March 1987
    [question and answer session]
    Michael Moorcock with Colin Greenland--ICA London 1989
    Mark Asquith Prisoners of Gravity Ontario TV--6 September 1991
    Mark Asquith Prisoners of Gravity Ontario TV--18 October 1992
    BBC Kalaidoscope--1 February 1994
    BBC Radio Nottingham--25 January 1995
    [about Blood]
    Mary Small BBC Radio Oxford--2 February 1995
    [about Blood]
    Peter Curran BBC Greater London Radio--January or February 1995
    [about Blood]
    Tricia Ingrams London Newstalk--early 1995
    [about Blood]
    Jim Freund Hour of the Wolf WBAI New York--24 August 1996
    [recorded 22 August 1996]
    Interview on KUT (Austin, Texas) 91.5 FM
    [recorded 18 December 1996]
    Interview on KUT (Austin, Texas) 91.5 FM
    Interview with John Ailli on KUT (Austin, TX) on the Eklektikos Radio Show
    [12th April 2001]

    # Moorcock Taped Readings

    Winter Admiral--Daily Telegraph Short Stories tape (date?)
    Elric Live at the BBC--11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21 April 1994
    [8 readings, excerpts from Elric stories, released as Nomads tape]
    Blood--19 August 1996
    [recorded at New York Public Library Epiphany Branch; broadcast
    24 August 1996 on Jim Freund's Hour of the Wolf WBAI Radio Show]
    Mother London--1998
    [on "Voices", compiled by Kensington and Chelsea Talking Newspaper,
    Distributed and marketed in the U.K. by PolyGram Record Operations,
    The Dreamthief's Daughter--Readercon (Burlington, MA) 23 July 2000
    King of the City--Readercon (Burlington, MA) 23 July 2000
    Through the Shaving Mirror, or How We Abolished the Future
    --Readercon (Burlington, MA) 23 July 2000

    Furniture (written by Moorcock, read by Maggie Steed)--24 March 1999
    [BBC Radio 4, Book at Bedtime]

    Elric of Melnibone (Audio Book, details to follow) 2003

    # Moorcock Live with Hawkwind and Deep Fix

    London, Nightingale--22 June 1971
    [Sonic Attack (no known tape)]
    Southampton, Top Rank--25 July 1973
    [Eternal Champion, Standing at the Edge]
    Harlow, Park Festival--10 August 1974
    [Standing at the Edge, Warriors, We Need You]
    London, Roundhouse--18 June 1978 (with Deep Fix)
    [at Nik Turner's Bohemian Love Fest; no known tape]
    Preston, Guildhall--20 October 1980
    [Standing at the Edge]
    Lancaster, Uni--16 December 1980
    [no known tape]
    London, Rainbow--18 December 1981
    [My Armour's Killing Me, Coded Languages, Joker of the Universe,
    The Timeship Will Not Sail, Psychosonia, Sonic Attack]
    London, Hammersmith Odeon--12 November 1982
    [Warrior at the End of Time, Coded Languages]
    London, Hammersmith Odeon--13 March 1984
    [Earth Ritual, Note from a Cold Planet, Curse of Man,
    Warrior at the End of Time]
    London, Hammersmith Odeon--14 March 1984
    [Earth Ritual, Coded Languages, Curse of Man]
    Oxford, Apollo--17 March 1984
    [Earth Ritual, Note from a Cold Planet, Curse of Man,
    Warrior at the End of Time]
    Leicester, Mr. Kiesas--20 November 1984
    [Curse of Man]
    London, Hammersmith Odeon--3 December 1985
    [Chronicle of the Black Sword, Dead God's Homecoming,
    Dragon Song, Final Fight]
    London, Hammersmith Odeon--4 December 1985
    [Chronicle of the Black Sword, Dead God's Homecoming,
    Dragon Song, Final Fight]

    Dragon Con--1990 (video, with Eric Bloom)
    [Sonic Attack, Veteran of a Thousand Psychic Wars
    (not MM vocals), Black Blade]

    Austin, Emo's--5 July 1995 (with Nikwind, ie Nik Turner's Space Ritual)
    [Warriors on the Edge of Time]
    The cat spread its wings and flew high into the air, hovering to keep pace with them as they moved cautiously toward the city. Then, as they climbed over the rubble of what had once been a gateway and began to make their way through piles of weed-grown masonry, the cat flew to the squat building with the yellow dome upon its roof. It flew twice around the dome and then came back to settle on Jhary's shoulder. - The King of the Swords