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5/5 Chinese writer and film-maker Xiaolu Guo reflects on her personal debt to Chekhov.
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4/5 Young short story writer Ruth Thomas explains how she came to love Chekhov's work.
3/5 Andrew Hilton reveals the lesson he learned while directing Chekhov's Uncle Vanya.
2/5 Timberlake Wertenbaker on what she has learned from Chekhov in terms of theatre craft.
1/5 Simon Russell Beale on how performing in Chekhov's The Seagull changed his entire career.
5/5 Caroline Warman and Kate Tunstall introduce Diderot's dialogue D'Alembert's Dream.
4/5 Caroline Warman on Diderot's interest in women - personally and as victims of intolerance.
3/5 Kate Tunstall introduces Diderot's Letter on the Blind.
2/5 Kate Tunstall and Caroline Warman introduce the vast scope of Diderot's Encyclopedie.
1/5 Justin Champion introduces French philosopher Denis Diderot's Encyclopedie project.
5/5 Justin Champion explores Spinoza's clandestine works which became undercover hits.
4/5 Prof Susan James sheds light on Spinoza's famous treatise defending religious pluralism.
3/5 Adam Sutcliffe explores Baruch Spinoza's part in the birth of the Enlightenment.
2/5 Susan James explores Spinoza's work on the role of democracy in 17th century Europe.
1/5 Professor Justin Champion profiles Baruch Spinoza's life and key works.
Poet and critic Andrew Motion explores the connection between walking and writing.