Vali Nasr, Alfred Russel Wallace, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Mount Fuji
Rana Mitter talks to Washington insider Vali Nasr about his new book 'The Dispensable Nation - American Foreign Policy in Retreat.'
The reputation of Alfred Russel Wallace, co-founder with Darwin of the Theory of Natural Selection, has now regained its former lustre; science historian, Jim Endersby, botanist, Sandy Knapp and biographer, Peter Raby discuss why one of Victorian Britain's greatest scientists and celebrities fell into a long 20th century obscurity.
Ibrahim El-Salahi has a major retrospective at Tate Modern and exhibition curator, Salah Hassan explains the Sudanese artist's crucial role in the evolution of the reputation of African Art.
Mount Fuji has finally gained World Heritage Status - Martin Dusinberre, cultural critic, explains its central role in Japanese culture.
|Interviewed Guest||Vali Nasr|
|Interviewed Guest||Jim Endersby|
|Interviewed Guest||Sandra Knapp|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Raby|