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Andrew Marr talks about war and the Chilcot Inquiry with Caroline Alexander and Andy Beckett, to Robert Winston about the downside of science, and Raymond Tallis about pointing.

Andrew Marr looks at how society is shaped by science and war. Caroline Alexander explores what we can learn about the nature of conflict from reading The Iliad, while the journalist Andy Beckett asks about the role of the Chilcot Inquiry. Professor Robert Winston discovers that not all scientific endeavour is a positive development, and Raymond Tallis explains that it all comes down to the fact that we can point.

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Mon 22 Feb 2010 21:30