BBC Radio Cumbria documentary A 60-minute documentary, Norman Nicholson: Something to Tell, was broadcast on BBC Radio Cumbria on August 25th 2014 and repeated on December 30th 2015. As of early 2020 the programme was still available on the BBC iplayer
Norman on the Net
Antoinette Fawcett, editor of Comet, has updated this list of online links to include material inspired by the NN Centenary, January 2014.
Max Long, an NN Society member and an MPhil student at Cambridge University, has written a fascinating article(February 2018) for the website of the John Rylands Library, where Nicholson's archive is stored. Max visited the Library to research Nicholson's original notes and discovered a 'small blue notebook which is labelled ‘Topographical Notes: Morecambe Bay etc.’
'At the Dying Atlantic's edge': Norman Nicholson and the Cumbrian Coast. A lecture by Professor Andrew Gibson of Royal Holloway, University of London, can be heard on a podcast from University College Dublin. A transcript is also available to download. http://www.ucd.ie/scholarcast/scholarcast37.html
Added January 2019: 'Saunterings', by retired lecturer and runner and walker John Self, is a blog which references Nicholson in two entries. No 23, The Kentmere Diatomite, draws on Nicholson's knowledge of the mineral diatomite and its production in the Lake District in his 1977 book The Lakes (Robert Hale), previously published in 1963 as Portrait of the Lakes. And No 32, Russet Rusland Valley, references Nicholson's own take on the Rusland valley expressed in Greater Lakeland (Robert Hale 1969).
Added October 2020: 'Homage to Cumbria', an introduction to the Lake District by Norman Nicholson, published in the New York Times December 2 1984.
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