Dr Tom Shakespeare, prominent campaigner for the rights of the disabled, nominates left wing Italian revolutionary Antonio Gramsci as his Great Life. Matthew Parris finds out why.
Dr Tom Shakespeare, lecturer at the Medical School in the University of East Anglia and prominent campaigner for the rights of the disabled, explains to Matthew Parris why the life and work of the Italian left-wing revolutionary Antonio Gramsci means a great deal to him personally. They are joined in the studio by Professor Anne Sassoon.
Producer Christine Hall.