Wim Wenders on Peace, Richard King on Taking Offence
Presented by Philip Dodd. Film director Wim Wenders and philosopher Mary Zournazi discuss the need for a new language of peace. Richard King debates the politics of taking offence.
Film director Wim Wenders and Australian philosopher Mary Zournazi explain why they believe we need a new visual and moral language for peace. Their new book called Inventing Peace explore a series of literary and cinematic examples of artworks which address war and peace.
Richard King outlines why he believes taking offence has become a political tactic and is on the rise around the world. His new book is called On Offence: The Politics of Indignation.
Presenter: Philip Dodd
Producer: Laura Thomas.
Richard King on taking offence
Is taking offence on the rise; has it become a political tactic?
German film maker Wim Wenders and Australian philosopher Mary Zournazi on peace
Why they believe we need a new visual and moral language for peace.
Wim Wenders and Mary Zournazi on Peace
Richard King on Offence
|Interviewed Guest||Wim Wenders|
|Interviewed Guest||Mary Zournazi|
|Interviewed Guest||Richard King|
|Interviewed Guest||Philip Dodd|