Audio
The New York C.S. Lewis Society
"The books or the music in which we thought the beauty was located will betray us if we trust to them; it was not in them, it only came through them, and what came through them was longing. . . For they are not the thing itself; they are only the scent of a flower we have not found, the echo of a tune we have not heard, news from a country we have never yet visited.”          ​                                              C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory
Regent College has seventeen audio lectures
about ​C.S. Lewis available for download.
​Most downloads cost $5.00 each:

Talks include the following:
C.S. LEWIS AND THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA
by J. I. Packer

C.S. LEWIS, A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE
​by Douglas Gresham

​​​​CONTEMPORARY PRAYER LIFE: ITS WEAKNESSES AND CHALLENGES AS ILLUSTRATED IN THE LIVES OF C.S. LEWIS AND HANS URS VON BALTHASAR
by James Houston​

Speakers at our monthly meetings are recorded and many will be 
​available to download for a donation of 99 cents

Stay tuned for this future feature in the months ahead.


Meanwhile, you can hear a talk recorded at the
​June 14, 2014 meeting, "George MacDonald:
​Scholar ​and Educational Reformer" (38 minutes)
​by Robert Trexler.
Click the play button below to hear the talk.​
Jack Haynes recorded the talks at our meetings for nearly 30 years. This page is in honor of Jack and his tireless dedication lugging old audio equipment to Manhattan month after month after month.

Thanks, Jack !​   (RIP August 11, 2006)



Link to Lectureson C.S. Lewis ​from the Marion E.Wade Center
Link to Lectures on C.S. Lewis from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05nxn00

​In this BBC Radio broadcast from March 2015, Helen Mark discovers a
​real life Narnia in the form of a tranquil Oxfordshire woodland that once belonged to CS Lewis.The reserve - now owned and managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust - was Lewis's back garden.  Lewis and his brother 'Warnie' planted trees amongst the woodland.
Lewis's red brick home 'The Kilns', still nestles to the edge of the reserve. Today it is cared for by The CS Lewis Foundation.  CS Lewis was laid to rest in the grounds of the church where he worshiped, just a short walk away, at Holy Trinity Church Headington Quarry. This 25 minute program includes interviews with Reserve Warden Mark Bradfield, local historian Mike Stranks, Rev. David Beckmann and Walter Hooper.