The Only Known WWII Recording of C.S. Lewis (Audio)

C.S. Lewis traveled back and forth between Oxford and London during the WWII years, recording radio talks with the BBC that were broadcast to the whole of England. His talks became the book Mere Christianity, and they were a timely encouragement to a nation weary with war and death. The talks made him a household name in Britain. There is only one surviving recording from those talks. Click below to listen to the only known recording of C.S. Lewis speaking during that period in World War II: