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If you are among the 464 million people worldwide who listen to podcasts — and you love Virginia Woolf — this podcast is for you. It’s “The Virginia Woolf Podcast,” featuring Dr. Karina Jakubowicz and made in association with Literature Cambridge.

In the dozen episodes currently available online and on the podcast app, “The Virginia Woolf Podcast,” features talks with writer, artists, and academics whose work has been influence by Woolf.

The latest episode, “Bloomsbury in Bronze: A Statue is Unveiled,” features the Nov. 16, 2022, unveiling of the life-size bronze statue of Woolf along the riverside in Richmond. In it, you will hear the voices of sculptress Laury Dizengremel, Woolf’s great niece Emma Woolf, along with Sophie Partridge, great, great niece of Virginia Woolf. You will also see a photo of Jakubowicz sitting charmingly alongside Woolf on her park bench.

That episode pairs well with one that aired in the spring of 2022 where Jakubowicz interviews author Peter Fullager and Dizengremel about the Aurora Metro campaign to bring the Woolf statue to Richmond.

Other episodes on the Literature Cambridge website, as well as the app, include:

  • Jacob’s Room Centenary
  • Caroline Zoob on Virginia Woolf’s Garden
  • Maggie Humm on Talland House
  • Emma Sutton on Virginia Woolf and Classical Music
  • Susan Sellers on Firebird and Vanessa and Virginia
  • and more

Please note that the podcasts are the same on the Literature Cambridge as they are on the app, but the titles differ.

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