Included here are audio recordings of radio broadcasts.
- “Arkham House: Home to Horror, Sci-Fi Writers” (31 October
- Wisconsin Public Radio’s Brian Bull speaks with Greg Bear, Ray Bradbury, April Derleth,
Gary Gygax, and S.T. Joshi. This segment aired on National Public Radio’s
Edition Sunday and focuses on Arkham House, though Lovecraft is frequently mentioned. 8
- “H.P. Lovecraft”
(17 October 2006)
- Liz Bulkley interviews Stephen Bissette about Lovecraft’s life and film adaptations of
his works. This episode of New Hampshire Public Radio’s
The Front Porch was
broadcast in anticipation of the Lovecraft in Vermont/Horror in the Hills festival. 30
Terror: H.P. Lovecraft’s Socialism” (22 September 2001)
- Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi is interviewed regarding Lovecraft’s life and political
views. This episode of Dr. J. Hughes’
Changesurfer Radio was
broadcast on the University of Connecticut’s radio station, WHUS. 29 minutes.
- “A New Lovecraft Anthology” (15 March 2005)
- In this segment of WBUR’s Here
& Now, Lovecraft detractor Bill Marx talks with Peter Straub about the Library of
America’s volume of Lovecraft. 8 minutes.
- “New Volume Collects Lovecraft Tales” (22 April 2005)
- A brief spot on National Public Radio’s
Considered in which Alan Cheuse reviews the Library of America’s volume of
Lovecraft. 3 minutes.
- “S.T. Joshi
on H.P. Lovecraft” (23 November 2008)
- This episode of To the Best of Our
Knowledge begins with a brief excerpt from Garrick Hagon’s reading of
Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”. Jim Fleming then speaks with S.T. Joshi
about Lovecraft’s philosophy of “cosmicism”. 14 minutes.
Tales: The Strange Life of H.P. Lovecraft” (3 December 2006)
- An excellent program about Lovecraft that aired on BBC Radio’s
Geoff Ward interviews Peter Cannon, Rosemary Cullen, Paul Di Filippo, Neil Gaiman, Derrick
Hussey, S.T. Joshi, Kelly Link, Robert Marten, Marc Michaud, China Mieville, and Peter
Straub. Although this program is no longer available on the BBC’s site, it can be listened
to on Leopoldo Gout’s blog,
Ghost Radio. 45 minutes.
- “The Young Man of Providence” (10 or 16 September 1983)
- This program alternates between biographical narration by Hugh Burden, quotes from
Lovecraft’s letters by David March (as if spoken by Lovecraft), and excerpts from
Lovecraft’s stories by Blayne Fairman and Garrard Green. Written for BBC Radio 4 by Mike
Walker and directed by Shaun McLaughlin. 43 minutes.