October 11th, 2011
Episode 57 of 1314 episodes
Juiet Gardner talks to Woody Allen about his latest comedy Midnight in Paris. Philip Dodd reviews a new biography of the writer Charles Dickens. Anne McElvoy looks at how the line between humanity and technology is becoming increasingly blurred and historian Joanna Bourke tells Matthew Sweet What it Means to be Human.
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