September 26th, 2012
Episode 199 of 1341 episodes
Matthew Sweet examines the newly opened Islamic art wing at the Paris Louvre with Karl Sharro. There's a review, also from Paris of the global hit comedy about disability, race and class; Untouchable. Matthew talks to Tarun J Tejpal, a novelist and journalist who founded Tehelka a leading weekly political magazine in India. And Pamela Cox and Emma Griffin, a Radio3 New Generation Thinker, take Night Waves downstairs to discuss the history of servants.
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