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Artist William Tillyer, Doctor Who, The Gettysburg Address

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 19 November 2013

50 years of Dr Who is celebrated this weekend by the BBC. Matthew Sweet discusses the TV series with historian Dominic Sandbrook, philosopher Ray Monk and New Generation Thinker and cultural historian Fern Riddell. A Free Thinking career interview with artist William Tillyer, whose work is being celebrated in a retrospective at the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art MIMA. Dr Adam Smith reflects on the political philosophy underlying the rhetoric of the Gettysburg address, given by Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago.
Producer: Luke Mulhall.

Chapters

3 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • Doctor Who

    50 years of Doctor Who discussed with Dominic Sandbrook, Ray Monk and Fern Riddell

  • The Gettysburg Address

    Adam Smith reflects on the political philosophy underlying the rhetoric of the address

  • William Tillyer

    A Free Thinking career interview with artist William Tillyer

Credits

Presenter
Matthew Sweet
Interviewed Guest
William Tillyer
Interviewed Guest
Adam Smith
Producer
Luke Mulhall

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