Planet Narnia and The Narnia Code in the news
Planet Narnia wins the 2011 award for Scholarship in Inklings Studies, given by the Mythopoeic Society. Details here.
Michael Ward is interviewed on Premier TV about ‘The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’.
“The Narnia Code” DVD is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Click here to read more.
“The Narnia Code” book is now available here on Amazon.
“The Narnia Code” book is to be launched in Oxford on Saturday 27th November 2010. More details.
Michael Ward to speak at Twynolm Baptist Church, Fulham, Friday 19th November 2010. Details.
An interesting article about ‘Planet Narnia’ by Daniel Hannan in ‘The Daily Telegraph’
A shorter, simpler version of Planet Narnia is to be published in November 2010 under the title The Narnia Code. More details.
The Oxford Times publish a feature article about Planet Narnia here.
Attend a talk and book-signing by Michael Ward at Waterstone’s bookshop, Gower Street, London, on Wednesday 2nd June at 6.30 p.m. More details.
Michael Ward to speak at the Cambridge Theological Society, Selwyn College, Cambridge, on Thursday 13th May, at 4.45 p.m. Further information.
Attend a workshop about Planet Narnia organised by readers in New Jersey. More here.
Read an article about Michael Ward’s visit to John Brown University, Arkansas, in the student newspaper, The Threefold Advocate.
The Narnia Code to be broadcast in New Zealand. Details here.
Planet Narnia makes the news in Oklahoma.
Planet Narnia cited in a good article in Christian History about Lewis, Williams, Sayers and their interest in Dante.
Michael Ward guests on the Battle-Taylor programme on Premier Christian Radio, Saturday 13th March 2010, at 8 p.m. (DAB/Sky0123 and medium-wave across London).
Michael Ward interviewed by Christianity Today for an interesting article about the upcoming Narnia film.
Click here to listen to an interview between Michael Ward and Mike Reeves of Theology Network.
Planet Narnia reviewed by Tom Wright in the Times Literary Supplement. Read the review here.
Read a report on Michael Ward’s talk at the International Christian College, Glasgow.
Michael Ward to give the St Paul’s Theological Centre Annual Lecture at Holy Trinity Brompton. Further details.
John Arkelian of the Anglican Journal writes about Planet Narnia here.
Justin Brierley of Premier Christian Radio interviews Michael Ward about Planet Narnia in an hour-long special.
Michael Ward to give a talk at the Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham, on Monday 31st August.
Michael Ward to speak at Science Oxford, Thursday 2nd July 2009 at 7.30 pm. More details.
Michael Ward discusses Narnia with Laura Miller, author of The Magician’s Book: A Skeptic’s Adventures in Narnia, on London’s Premier Christian Radio. Click here to listen to the conversation on Justin Brierley’s programme, ‘Unbelievable’.
Michael Ward gives an interview to Evangelicals Now. Click here to read it.
Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham, gives Planet Narnia a generous endorsement. More.
Planet Narnia enters the Sunday Times best-seller list at Number 5. More details.
The Narnia Code is to be repeated on BBC4 on Monday 18th May at 7.30 p.m.
Michael Ward to speak at the National Maritime Museum, London, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday 28th April: details here.
To view the BBC trailer for The Narnia Code, click here.
Michael Ward signs up to the BBC Religion & Ethics Message Board to answer your questions and participate in the discussion about The Narnia Code on Friday 17th April, the day after the documentary is broadcast. For details see the BBC site here.
Read ‘Ridley and the Narnia Code’ by Michael Ward on the website of Ridley Hall Theological College, Cambridge: here.
Here is the BBC’s press release about The Narnia Code documentary.
Read ‘Discovering the Narnia Code’ by Michael Ward on the blogsite of Oxford University Press: here.
The Irish Catholic carries an article by Paul Hannan about The Narnia Code
Click here to listen to Norman Stone, the director of The Narnia Code documentary, talk about it with Aled Jones on BBC Radio 2. The conversation starts at 1:26:30 and last about 15 minutes.
Michael Ward to teach a course this summer (July 2009) at Regent College, Vancouver, on Lewis’s theological imagination. If you’d like to sign up for this summer school, click here further details.
The New York Times publishes a letter from Michael Ward about why Lewis included Father Christmas in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Click here for more.
The BBC have commissioned a one-hour television documentary about Planet Narnia, to be made by the Emmy and Bafta Award-winning director, Norman Stone, who made the original BBC Shadowlands drama about C.S. Lewis’s marriage to Joy Gresham. For more, click here.
See The Catholic Digest for an interview with Michael Ward about his book and much more besides.
See The A-Team Blog for an online interview with Michael Ward about Planet Narnia.
Click here for a news article in The Christian Post.
To read Michael Ward’s article, “Prince Caspian Rides Out Against Tyranny”, in The San Francisco Chronicle, click here.
To listen to Michael Ward’s interview with John J. Miller at The National Review Online, click here.
To read Michael Ward’s article about Prince Caspian in The New York Post, click here.
Hugh Hewitt interviews Michael Ward on his radio show (Monday 5th May 2008). Click here for more.
Karl Johnson writes an interesting article about Planet Narnia at Chesterton House. Click here for more.
The New York Times columnist, David Brooks, writes about how he is ‘staring lovingly’ at Michael Ward’s article, “C.S. Lewis and the Star of Bethlehem”, as a respite from the narrow world of electioneering. Click here for more. And for another article along similar lines, click here.
Click here to read the review of Planet Narnia by Tom Shippey in Books & Culture
Click here to listen to an interview with Michael Ward on Radio Four’s ‘Sunday’ programme (Sunday 9th March), and here to listen to an interview on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Sally on Sunday’ programme (Sunday 30th March).
Click here to read a review of Planet Narnia by Murrough O’Brien in The Independent on Sunday
Click here to listen to Anne Atkins’s ‘Thought for the Day’ on BBC Radio Four’s ‘Today’ programme (Thursday 6th March).
Click here to read an article in Books & Culture.
Click here to read an article in The Boston Globe.
Click here to read an article in The Toledo Blade.
Click here to read an article in The Bowling Green News.