Articles tagged John Goodwin

Page 100 of April 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 100, April 2002

Books

In the 1920s, Professor A. M. Low DSc, who wrote articles simplifying obscure scientific facts, told us that one day the human race would lose its legs, because it would never need to go out, as it would watch continual TV, and eat food in tablet form. Aldous Huxley forecast `smellies', cinemas in which appropriate scents would waft to the audience in company with the films. The latter has yet to...

Page 104 of July 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 104, July 1984

Cars in Books

Perhaps one should not have expected to find much for this feature in the much-read, controversial "Peter Hall's Diaries — The Story of a Dramatic Battle" (Hamish Hamilton, 1983, edited by John Goodwin), which is a rather sad book of modern strife and strikes in the world of the theatre, where fun and happiness used to prevail. But these revelations of Sir Peter Hall's must be as enthralling to...

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