Comedian and writer Tony Hawks chooses the creator of nonviolent communication, Marshall Rosenberg. With Matthew Parris. From 2016.
Marshall Rosenberg was the stern-faced creator of nonviolent communication, a man who spent his life finding ways to eradicate hate.
Often armed only with his trademark giraffe and jackal puppets, Rosenberg toured the world teaching a new way of speaking. Language was key, but to discover the meaning of the puppets you'll have to tune in.
Championing Marshall Rosenberg is comedian and author, Tony Hawks.
A sceptical Matthew Parris presents while David Baker of the London School of Life fills in the biographical gaps.
Produced at BBC Bristol by Miles Warde
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2016.
|Interviewed Guest||Tony Hawks|
|Interviewed Guest||David Baker|
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