Andrew Marr talks money with former World Bank economist Joseph Stiglitz and Enron playwright Lucy Prebble, and religion with director Peter Brook and theologian Robert Beckford.
Andrew Marr discusses the need for radical reform of the markets with former World Bank economist Joseph Stiglitz, and finds out why the financial crisis has been a boon for artists with Enron playwright Lucy Prebble. Peter Brook explores the question of violence and tolerance in his latest play, 11 and 12, and the theologian Robert Beckford takes a new look at the Book of Revelation.
Andrew Marr discusses the need for radical reform of the markets with former World Bank economist Joseph Stiglitz.
Lucy Prebble talks about why the world of big business and the drama of the financial crisis make great material for playwrights.
The director talks about his new work 11 and 12, which explores tolerance and integrity against prejudice and colonial interference.
Theologian Robert Beckford explores how some believers have used the Book of Revelation.
- Mon 8 Feb 2010 09:00
- Mon 8 Feb 2010 21:30