Charles Dickens and the enduring appeal of A Christmas Carol


An exhibition at the Museum of London focusing on the life and work of Charles Dickens launches a year of celebrations marking 200 years since the novelist's birth.

The BBC's Matthew Morris talks to Alex Werner of the Museum of London and actor Simon Callow to explore the contemporary relevance of his seasonal tale, A Christmas Carol.

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