Tim Pigott-Smith on Orwell's "futuristic" Nineteen Eighty-Four
Tim Pigott-Smith explains why he thinks George Orwell's "futuristic" Nineteen Eighty-Four will always be relevant.
Tim plays O'Brien in Radio 4's dramatisation of Orwell's dystopian novel which was originally published in 1949.
Available since: Fri 18 Jan 2013
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