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July 2nd, 2016
Episode 3406 of 3777 episodes
Pianist Roger Woodward discusses his long career in music and performs some of his favourites, artist Lola Greeno has revived the traditional Aboriginal practice of shell-stringing, the new play A Perfect Specimen explores the true story of freak-show act Julia Pastrana, and British writer Jeanette Winterson on Shakespeare's A Winter's Tale and the importance of the arts.
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