One to One - Bridget Kendall with Archbishop Rowan Williams EXTENDED VERSION
Bridget Kendall takes over the One to One chair and talks to those who are well known in one field but have another compelling area of expertise. Before becoming the BBC's diplomatic correspondent, like her first interviewee, Bridget too was a Russian scholar. She talks to Archbishop Rowan Williams about his fascination with Dostoyevsky and why he finds the author's work so helpful in his own.
Producer: Lucy Lunt.
Available since: Tue 27 Dec 2011
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Bridget Kendall talks to Archbishop Rowan Williams about his fascination with Dostoyevsky.
First broadcast: 27 Dec 2011
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