Dear BBC, I'm sure somewhere in your sound archives you still have the recording of the two broadcasts of Behind the Screen and The Scoop. Could you please, please, pretty please make that available again to mystery lovers? (And could the estates of the participating authors please, pretty please consent to the publication?) Sayers and Christie reading their contributions to these two round robins -- man, I'd give (almost) anything to be able to hear that, even if Christie hurried through hers like the proverbial horse on the run.
Hmmm, that whole eugenics thing does make me look a bit differently at R. Austin Freeman and J.J. Connington, however -- hooray for Sayers, Ngaio Marsh and (it has to be said -- of course) G.K. Chesterton for upholding basic humanity there. I hope future generations won't have cause to look back at our time and view the whole cloning debate in similarly stark tones. And I do have a feeling Christie's literary legacy is better off without that little unpublished play, too ... (Interesting tidbit about Bletchley and N or M?, OTOH -- I bet even though the interview can't have been pleasant, in hindsight she felt mighty validated).