October 12th, 2012
Episode 208 of 1202 episodes
Sculptor Anish Kapoor joins Samira Ahmed to discuss his new exhibition at London's Lisson Gallery. As the Nobel Prize for literature is awarded to the Chinese author Mo Yan, Rana Mitter tells us about the writerâs work and what the prize will mean to China. Susannah Clapp offers a first night review of Samuel Beckettâs play, All That Fall. We explore disputes in the early Church about the role of women in Christianity, starting with the claim that Jesus was married. And we review a new exhibition on Frontline Medicine at the Imperial War Museum North.
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