Benjamin Zephaniah interviews Richard Price about the late medieval poem "The Flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy". The programme
is primarily about the American insult-form, The Dirty Dozens. Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 11.30pm on 23rd December 2008.
Broadcast on 30th Mar 2008 and then, in an extended version, on 5th April 2008, this BBC Radio 4 programme is presented by Joan Bakewell. It's about Fred Hunter's archive of poetry recorded by Stream Records in the 1960s. Richard Price is featured as Head of Modern British Collections at the British Library,
describing the little magazine and small press scene of the 1960s, including the world of the independent bookshops in the UK.
Night Waves, BBC Radio 3, 01/12/04
Price was consulted for the making of the Scottish
element of this programme, a discussion of the literary relationship
between France and Scotland. With Robert Crawford in St Andrews
and Price in London. Includes Price reading his translation of Guillaume
Apollinaire's "1909". A
copy is held by the British Library Sound Archive.
Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio 4, Neil M. Gunn special edition, 1991
Price was consulted for the making of this programme and discusses
Gunn's achievement on it.