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Matthew Sweet talks to documentary film maker Paul Watson about his new film, Rain in My Heart, which looks at the lives of four alcoholics whose lives are endangered by their addiction. And as The Royal Shakespeare Company's biggest ever festival The Complete Works, reaches its half way stage, Michael Billington and Carol Rutter discuss the season so far.

The philosopher Mark Vernon will also join Matthew in the studio to talk about his journey from priest to atheist and why he is now a 'committed agnostic'. He's joined by Giles Fraser to debate the risks involved in the current culture of certainty that exists in both science and religion.

And, as John Huston's film, 'The Dead' is re-issued, Fintan O'Toole will pay tribute to Huston's adaptation of the James Joyce story, a film which served as an epitaph to Huston himself, who died before the film was first released twenty years ago in 1987.




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