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Jeffrey Archer chooses Ecce Homo by Antonio Ciseri

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Author and former Politician
Books include Kane and Abel, First Among Equals, Not a Penny More Not a Penny Less, and The Clifton Chronicles.

Ecce Homo by Antonio Ciseri

Jeffrey Archer chooses the painting Ecce Homo by the Italian artist Antonio Ciseri (1821- 1891), which depicts the moment Pontius Pilate presented Jesus to a hostile crowd shortly before the crucifixion. On show at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Florence. Image courtesy of the Bridgeman Art Library.

From the Archive

Pilate in Art

Fiona Shaw reads from Ann Wroe's biography exploring representations of Pilate in art.

From Pilate read by Fiona Shaw 29 Mar 1999 on Radio 4

Pilate and Politics

A look at Tony Blair's comparison between Pilate's political dilemma and contemporary politics.

From Pilate read by Fiona Shaw 29 Mar 1999 on Radio 4

Last Days of Pontius Pilate

Joss Ackland as Pilate in a radio play exploring the life of Pontius Pilate.

From The Last Hours of Pontius Pilate by Ian Taylor 14 Apr 1992 on Radio 4

Jeffrey Archer

Jeffrey Archer talks to Jenni Murray about the art of storytelling.

From Woman's Hour 18 May 2011 on Radio 4