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Name Stephen Games
User Name Stephen
Specialism Various
Location London
Interests Architecture, religion, politics and culture
Profile Best-selling editor of John Betjeman`s writings, Stephen has completed three Betjeman anthologies for Hodder Headline in the last year and edited the writings of Nikolaus Pevsner for Methuen. He began writing for The Guardian in 1979, winning a British Press Award, and became The Independent`s first Arts Correspondent in 1986. He has written for the Los Angeles Times, made documentaries and hosted a weekly arts programme for BBC Radio 3 and taught media studies for Boston University and AIU.

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  Stephen's (a.k.a. John Betjeman; edited and introduced by Stephen Games)   "Trains and Buttered Toast": John Betjeman's BBC radio talks is published . (Available Now)
  • Eccentric, sentimental and homespun, John Betjeman's passions were mostly self-taught. He saw his country being devastated by war and progress and he waged a private war to save it. His only weapons were words - the poetry for which he is best known a

  •   Stephen's (a.k.a. John Betjeman; edited and introduced by Stephen Games)   "Tennis Whites and Teacakes": the prose and poetry of John Betjeman is published . (Available Now)
  • For fifty years, Betjeman celebrated the glories of Englishness and what it meant to be English. Against a tide of rapid change, he unearthed forgotten heroes, bygone haunts and old-fashioned modes of thought, immersing himself in the glories of English c

  •   Stephen's (a.k.a. John Betjeman; edited and introduced by Stephen Games)   is published . (Available Now)
  • This unique collection brings together for the first time a series of religious talks John Betjeman gave towards the end of his life. Previously unpublished, and edited by the editor of the bestselling "Trains and Buttered Toast", Stephen Games, these tal

  •   Stephen's (a.k.a. Nikolaus Pevsner; edited and introduced by Stephen Games)   "Pevsner on Art and Architecture": the BBC radio talks of Nikolaus Pevsner is published . (Available Now)

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