September 10th, 2013
Episode 384 of 1326 episodes
Actor Diana Quick, playwright Jessica Swale and critic Susannah Clapp join Matthew Sweet to discuss the changing role of women, as reflected in the theatre. The works of Henry Moore and Francis Bacon are brought together in the Ashmolean Museum's exhibition ‘Flesh and Bone’ - art critic Bill Feaver reviews. Andrew Lycett discusses the founding father of Victorian sensation-fiction, Wilkie Collins. Professor Nello Cristianini explores the shifts in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
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