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Voices in Our Ears: Colin Grant, Josie Rourke, Charles Fernyhough, Clare Walker Gore

Colin Grant, author of a book about his brother's epilepsy, joins Matthew Sweet, New Generation Thinker Clare Walker Gore and Charles Fernyhough. Plus a new Joan of Arc on stage.

Colin Grant, author of a book exploring his brother's epilepsy, joins presenter Matthew Sweet, New Generation Thinker Clare Walker Gore who writes about Wilkie Collins and Charles Fernyhough - who studies hearing voices. Plus director Josie Rourke on Joan of Arc on stage at the Donmar Warehouse and theatre critic David Benedict.

St Joan by George Bernard Shaw starring Gemma Arterton is at the Donmar Warehouse in London from December 9th - January 18th. It will be broadcast
live in cinemas in partnership with National Theatre Live on Thursday 16 February 2017
Charles Fernyhough is a Professor of Psychology at Durham University who has published The Voices Within: The history and science of how we talk to ourselves.
Colin Grant's book exploring epilepsy is called A Smell of Burning.
Clare Walker Gore is a New Generation Thinker researching Victorian literature at the University of Cambridge. New Generation Thinker is a scheme run by BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council to find people who can turn research into radio programmes.

Producer: Torquil MacLeod.

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45 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Matthew Sweet
Interviewed Guest Colin Grant
Interviewed Guest Clare Walker Gore
Interviewed Guest Charles Fernyhough
Interviewed Guest Josie Rourke
Interviewed Guest David Benedict
Producer Torquil MacLeod

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