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Jonathan Sumption argues that the law is taking over the space once occupied by politics.
Series producer Jim Frank picks his personal favourites.
Historian Margaret MacMillan explores the tangled history of war and society.
A helpful steer from the series producer.
Four lectures recommended by the series producer.
Download talks on subjects such as: the limits of contemporary art or what freedom means.
Historian Margaret Macmillan says women have often been cheerleaders for war.
Prof Margaret Macmillan says we should be concerned about nuclear proliferation.
Hilary Mantel says history is never repeated. But, it can be lived again through art.
Hilary Mantel claims a piece of literature can have a damaging hold over it's author.
Professor Laurie Taylor marks the 60th anniversary of the Reith Lectures, charting their evolution, controversies and influence.
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