5/5 Leading psychotherapist Adam Phillips discusses excessive religious belief. (R)
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4/5 Leading psychotherapist Adam Phillips looks at self-destructive behaviour. (R)
3/5 Psychotherapist Adam Phillips discusses how sexual desire can be considered excessive. (R)
2/5 Psychotherapist Adam Phillips focuses on the problem of addiction. (R)
1/5 Adam Phillips asks if our appetite is by nature excessive. (R)
5/5 Annabel Patterson considers the influence of Milton's writings on America.
4/5 Tom Paulin responds to Milton's Second Defence of the English People.
3/5 Andreas Whittam Smith responds to Milton's Areopagitica, a defence of a free press.
2/5 Sharon Achinstein responds to Milton's controversial tracts on divorce.
1/5 Poet and teacher Martin Crucefix responds to Milton's treatise Of Education.
5/5 Fred D'Aguiar talks about Wilson Harris, a Guyanese-born poet, essayist and novelist.
4/5 Menna Elfyn discusses T Gwynn Jones, who wrote in the strict metres of Welsh poetry.
3/5 WN Herbert explores the work of Edwin Morgan, regarded as Scotland's national 'makar'.
2/5 Alison Brackenbury explores the impact the poet John Clare has had on her writing.
1/5 Author Michael Symmons Roberts describes the influence of poet David Jones on his work.