Author Julian Barnes discusses why and how he alters his views, focusing on whether he now sees time differently.
"It sounds such a simple business.. 'I changed my mind.' Subject, verb, object - a clear, clean action..."
In five essays, the acclaimed author asks whether his point of view has changed through the years. Referring to historical characters and scenes from his own life, he now thinks about the vagaries of time, beginning with a visit to the barbers on the eve of his 70th birthday.
Producer Duncan Minshull.
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