September 21st, 2012
Episode 197 of 1329 episodes
As a new biography of Ryszard Kapuscinski is released, the author Artur Domoslawski and Channel 4 International editor Lindsey Hilsum join Anne McElvoy to discuss the greatness and failings of the iconic Polish writer. New Generation Thinker Jonathan Healey discusses the history of the concept of the ‘undeserving poor’. Susannah Clapp reviews Mademoiselle Julie at the Barbican, starring Juliette Binoche. And Artistic Director Tom Morris shows Anne around the magnificently restored Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
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