Aldous Huxley's Brave New Worlds

Aldous Huxley's Brave New Worlds is a national radio series bringing to life the rich world of the first novelist to write about human cloning. The hour-long broadcast features Huxley's family and friends (including Christopher Isherwood) speaking of his American years. We hear Huxley lecturing on psychedelics, the art of seeing, and the famous experiment with mescaline documented in Doors of Perception. Also included are rare recordings of Huxley's lectures, set against historic voices and music: An entertaining and enlightening look at the author Paris Review called "one of the most intelligent novelists of all time."