A Room of His Own sheds light on the mysterious ways of male associational culture as it examines such topics as fraternity, sophistication, nostalgia, social capital, celebrity, gossip, and male professionalism. The story of clubland (and the literature it generated) begins with Britain's military heroes home from the Napoleonic campaign and quickly turns to Dickens's and Thackeray's acrimonious Garrick Club Affair.
In the depths of the Sixties and The Days Of Rage, a young newsman, accompanied by his pregnant wife and orphaned teenage brother, creates a paradise of sorts in a sprawling Venice Beach community of apartments, populated by students, artists, budding scientists and engineers, lifeguards, poets, and bikers with a few junkies thrown in for good measure. The inhabitants come to call the place "Pepperland", after the Beatles movie, Yellow Submarine.
A collection of 16 short audio features created for public radio by veteran Award-Winning producer Joe Bevilacqua (AKA Joe Bev). 1."A Guy Named Joe Bevilacqua" - Joe Bevilacqua goes on a search for other people with his name and discovers some uncanny coincidences. 2. "Father's Day" - Joe Bevilacqua recounts how a volatile father's gift led him to another father figure and an eventual career.3. "Losing a Best Friend" - Joe Bevilacqua chronicles the rise and fall of a longtime friendship. And many more!