Matthew Sweet presents more highlights from the 2008 Free Thinking festival of ideas.
BBC Radio 3
Philip Dodd and guests debate the state of global capitalism.
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss why operas are finding their way onto the big screen.
Tony Benn gives a talk on the value of experience at Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival 2008
Anne McElvoy talks to Gilles Kepel about his vision for the future of Islam and the West.
Philip Dodd asks what Milton's classic text Samson Agonistes tells us about terrorism.
Rana Mitter talks to India's greatest living artist MF Husain, known as India's Picasso.
Matthew Sweet with Free Thinking 2008 highlights, including Paul Preston and Mark Haddon.
Philip Dodd talks to one of France's best-known intellectuals, Bernard-Henri Levy.
Isabel Hilton finds out what ingredients are necessary to make a good Eyptyian gallery.
Matthew Sweet discusses the first production of Dylan Thomas's newly discovered radio play