Staff from the DH Lawrence Heritage Centre were interviewed on Dickinson’s Real Deal this week.
Lawrence artifacts owned by the writer himself were up for grabs on the antiques show and the heritage centre’s museum and collections officer Elizabeth Moran was there to provide expert knowledge.
She also discussed Lawrence’s family and the scandal surrounding the writer and his work.
Items being auctioned included an original Lawrence coal carving and painting, a first edition of his Lady Chatterley’s Lover novel, photographs and pocket watches belonging to the writer.
It was aired on Monday, December 10.