Amy Chua, Versailles by Peter Gill, Spitting Image
Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld talk about the impact of education and religion on success and Anne McElvoy has a first night review of Peter Gill's new play Versailles.
Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld talk to Anne McElvoy about the impact of education, culture and religion on success. Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother was a parenting memoir which brought Amy Chua criticism and even death threats from people objecting to her disciplinarian attitude to motherhood.
Her new book, written with her husband, is called The Triple Package: What Really Determines Success.
Versailles, Peter Gill's new play at the Donmar Theatre in London takes its inspiration from the peace negotiations at the end of the First World War. We have a first night review.
Producer: Neil Trevithick.
John Lloyd, Alan Johnson and Tim Telling on Spitting Image 30 years on.
Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld
Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld talk about their book The Triple Package.
Historian David Reynolds gives his verdict of Versailles, Peter Gill's new play.
What Really Determines Success
Versailles is on at the Donmar Warehouse in London until 5 April 2014.
The Long Shadow: The Great War and the Twentieth Century by David Reynolds is available now in hardback, paperback and e-book.
Image: Tom Hughes as Gerald Chater and Gwilym Lee as Leonard Rawlinson in Versailles at the Donmar, 2014. Photo by Johan Persson.
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Amy Chua Interviewed Guest Jed Rubenfeld Presenter Anne McElvoy Producer Neil Trevithick