With Dallas Bower (1907-1999), film director and BBC producer. Topics covered include: a planned BBC production of Alexander Nevsky [by Louis MacNeice] in which RD is involved in 1941; RD's situation with MGM in summer 1942 (Bower thinks it would be "quite catastrophic" for RD to make something on a third-rate scale after the outstanding success of The Young Mr. Pitt); the radio adaptation of The Young Mr. Pitt in 1942; RD's involvement with Sabotage Agent [The Adventures of Tartu] in the same year; the possibility of RD obtaining permission from MGM to make a film of Hamlet; and a proposed meeting in 1946 to discuss Tristan.
/1 is a sheet of copy typescript biographical notes about Dallas Bower.
Dated at: Thaxted, Essex; and London.
Manuscript and typescript.