Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Sarvananda and Vishvapani on the radio - drama, and Tibet...

Sarvananda’s next radio play is on Radio 4 shortly, on Thursday 27th March at 2.15pm to be precise. It’s titled ‘The death of Magnus Sweet’ and is advertised there as being by Alastair Jessiman, Sarvananda’s non-Buddhist name.

He says, “If you've a chance to publicise it on the News site, that would be great...”

Check the details on the BBC website – it sounds intriguing: At a remote Scottish public school in the late 1960s, two boys invent a fictitious fellow classmate. But they face a dilemma when everyone, even the headmaster, starts to believe that Magnus Sweet exists…

Vishvapani continues to be a regular guest on Radio 4’s ‘Thought for the Day’, most recently speaking about the situation in Tibet. You can find audio and text versions of his pieces on the BBC website here.

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