June 26th, 2012
Episode 162 of 1202 episodes
Matthew Sweet talks to Jenny Saville about her work on display at The Museum of Modern Art in Oxford. Diarmaid MacCulloch and Nick Spencer discuss whether the disestablishment of the Church of England would be good or bad for the church and for society as a whole. New Generation Thinker, Matthew Smith looks at the cultural history of the diagnosis and medical treatment of ADHD. And Dr Ellen Adams explains about the importance of the language known as Linear B.
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