March 16th, 2012
Episode 104 of 1341 episodes
Diarmaid MacCulloch talks to Anne McElvoy about why he believes that Christianity offers the best way to understand how and why the English are as they are. Anne discusses the new documentary, 'Four Horsemen' with its director, Ross Ashcroft and the financial analyst Louise Cooper. Richard Cork visits the Yorkshire Sculpture Park to review the first major exhibition of Joan Miro's works of sculpture. And Gabrielle Walker talks about her new book which maps the intricate histories of the world's most uninhabitable territory: Antarctica.
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