Bernard Rose, Public Inquiries, Tuberculosis, Mughal India
Philip Dodd meets director Bernard Rose whose new film Boxing Day is a modern reworking of Leo Tolstoy's mysterious tale Master and Man.
In a year when inquiries and public outrage have been especially resonant Night Waves considers public inquiries. What do we mean by the public and does it have a right to justice?
The historian Helen Bynum talks about the history of tuberculosis, how there's a shift happening in the way historians are mapping disease and discusses how the illness, which evolved with man, has been romanticised in culture.
Nandini Das, historian and a Radio 3 New Generation Thinker, spots an unexpectedly seasonal image in the British Library's new exhibition about Mughal India.