To mark the death of cultural historian Stuart Hall, BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting his extended conversation with Philip Dodd which was first broadcast in December 2004.
Obituaries for Stuart Hall last week called him the "god-father of multi-culturalism" and some credited him with coining the term "Thatcherism" in the critiques he wrote.
In the interview he discusses the influence of his upbringing in Jamaica, his view of progress and capitalism and the relationship between past and present. We also hear from literary theorist Professor Terry Eagleton, Barbadian novelist George Lamming, Professor Michael Rustin - who edited Soundings Magazine with Stuart Hall.
You can download this programme by searching in the Arts and Ideas podcasts for the broadcast date.
|Interviewed Guest||Stuart Hall|
|Interviewed Guest||Terry Eagleton|
|Interviewed Guest||George Lamming|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Rustin|