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20000122

Joan Bakewell chairs the first programme in a new series.

Joining her to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners are historian Theodore Zeldin, philosopher Jonathan Glover, mathematician Ian Stewart and theologian Angela Tilby.

20000122

Joan Bakewell chairs the first programme in a new series.

Joining her to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners are historian Theodore Zeldin, philosopher Jonathan Glover, mathematician Ian Stewart and theologian Angela Tilby.

20000129

Joan Bakewell and guests author Louis De Bernieres, scientist Steven Rose and theologian Eamon Duffy discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000129

Joan Bakewell and guests author Louis De Bernieres, scientist Steven Rose and theologian Eamon Duffy discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000205

Joan Bakewell and guests historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian Angela Tilby, poet Christopher Logue and mathematician Ian Stewart discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000205

Joan Bakewell and guests historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian Angela Tilby, poet Christopher Logue and mathematician Ian Stewart discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000212

Joan Bakewell and guests neuroscientist Susan Greenfield, historian Theodore Zeldin and science writer Simon Singh discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000212

Joan Bakewell and guests neuroscientist Susan Greenfield, historian Theodore Zeldin and science writer Simon Singh discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000219

Historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian Angela Tilby, physiologist Francis Ashcroft and philosopher Roger Scruton join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000219

Historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian Angela Tilby, physiologist Francis Ashcroft and philosopher Roger Scruton join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000226

Historian Theodore Zeldin, scientist Lord Winston and theologian Tom Wright join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000226

Historian Theodore Zeldin, scientist Lord Winston and theologian Tom Wright join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000304

Scientist Richard Dawkins, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Andrew Roberts join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000304

Scientist Richard Dawkins, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Andrew Roberts join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000311

Historian Theodore Zeldin and Merton Professor of ENGLISH John Carey join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000311

Historian Theodore Zeldin and Merton Professor of ENGLISH John Carey join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000318

Author and playwright Frederick Raphael and cultural anthropologist Marilyn Strathern join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000318

Author and playwright Frederick Raphael and cultural anthropologist Marilyn Strathern join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000325

Physiologist FRANCEs Ashcroft and historian Theodore Zeldin are among Joan Bakewell's guests answering challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000325

Physiologist FRANCEs Ashcroft and historian Theodore Zeldin are among Joan Bakewell's guests answering challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000729

Joan Bakewell chairs the first programme in a new series in which guests scientist Steven Rose, philosopher Jonathan Glover, theologian Tom Wright and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000729

Joan Bakewell chairs the first programme in a new series in which guests scientist Steven Rose, philosopher Jonathan Glover, theologian Tom Wright and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000805

Lord Robert Skidelski, professor Catherine Belsey, Reverend Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000805

Lord Robert Skidelski, professor Catherine Belsey, Reverend Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000812

Joan Bakewell is joined by the Reverend Angela Tilbury, physiologist Francis Ashcroft, professor of ENGLISH John Carey and historian Theodore Zeldin to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000812

Joan Bakewell is joined by the Reverend Angela Tilbury, physiologist Francis Ashcroft, professor of ENGLISH John Carey and historian Theodore Zeldin to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000819

Joan Bakewell hosts a special edition from the Edinburgh International Festival, in which the panel address questions posed by an invited audience.

20000819

Joan Bakewell hosts a special edition from the Edinburgh International Festival, in which the panel address questions posed by an invited audience.

20000826

Scientist Steven Rose, theologian Dana Zohar, professor of ENGLISH John Carey and Andrew Wilson join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000826

Scientist Steven Rose, theologian Dana Zohar, professor of ENGLISH John Carey and Andrew Wilson join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000902

Novelist Ben Okri, professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova, theologian Tom Wright and professor of ENGLISH John Carey join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000902

Novelist Ben Okri, professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova, theologian Tom Wright and professor of ENGLISH John Carey join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000909

Professor Catherine Belsey, theologian Angela Tilby, historian Theodore Zeldin and Will Hutton join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000909

Professor Catherine Belsey, theologian Angela Tilby, historian Theodore Zeldin and Will Hutton join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000916

Scientist Steven Rose, philosopher Jonathan Glover, theologian Tom Wright and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanove join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000916

Scientist Steven Rose, philosopher Jonathan Glover, theologian Tom Wright and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanove join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000923

Physiologist FRANCEs Ashcroft, Professor of ENGLISH John Carey, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000923

Physiologist FRANCEs Ashcroft, Professor of ENGLISH John Carey, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin join Joan Bakewell this week to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000930

Professor Ludmilla Jordanove, Professor John Carey, theologian Tom Wright and novelist Ben Okri join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20000930

Professor Ludmilla Jordanove, Professor John Carey, theologian Tom Wright and novelist Ben Okri join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20010825

Joan Bakewell chairs the first in a new series, recorded at the Edinburgh Festival.

This week's panellists are former Bishop of Edinburgh Richard Holloway; Ludmilla Jordanova, professor of visual arts at the University of East Anglia; arts critic and journalist Joyce McMillan; and Ian Wilmut of the Roslin Institute.

20010825

Joan Bakewell chairs the first in a new series, recorded at the Edinburgh Festival.

This week's panellists are former Bishop of Edinburgh Richard Holloway; Ludmilla Jordanova, professor of visual arts at the University of East Anglia; arts critic and journalist Joyce McMillan; and Ian Wilmut of the Roslin Institute.

20010901

Professor Susan Greenfield, author Alain De Botton, theologian Angela Tilby and Professor John Carey join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20010901

Professor Susan Greenfield, author Alain De Botton, theologian Angela Tilby and Professor John Carey join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

20010915

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are John Carey, Ludmilla Jordanova, Jane Shaw and Robert Winston.

20010915

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are John Carey, Ludmilla Jordanova, Jane Shaw and Robert Winston.

20010922

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are Martin Kemp, Steven Rose, Angela Tilby and Theodore Zeldin.

20010922

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are Martin Kemp, Steven Rose, Angela Tilby and Theodore Zeldin.

20010929

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are pharmacologist Susan Greenfield, theologian Eamon Duffy and Prof John Carey

20010929

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

Around the table are pharmacologist Susan Greenfield, theologian Eamon Duffy and Prof John Carey

20011006

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With Prof Edna Longley, scientist Steven Rose, theologian Tom Wright and historian Theodore Zeldin.

20011006

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With Prof Edna Longley, scientist Steven Rose, theologian Tom Wright and historian Theodore Zeldin.

20011013

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

20011013

Joan Bakewell invites a panel to discuss questions sent in by listeners.

20011020

Joan Bakewell and guests discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With author A S Byatt, historian Simon Schama, professor of neurobiology Semir Zeki and theologian Angela Tilby.

20011020

Joan Bakewell and guests discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With author A S Byatt, historian Simon Schama, professor of neurobiology Semir Zeki and theologian Angela Tilby.

20011027

Joan Bakewell and guests discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With Prof John Carey, theologian Angela Tilby, historian Theodore Zeldin and Prof Brian Butterworth.

20011027

Joan Bakewell and guests discuss questions sent in by listeners.

With Prof John Carey, theologian Angela Tilby, historian Theodore Zeldin and Prof Brian Butterworth.

198B0119980620

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With panellists Dr Theodore Zeldin, Professor Steven Rose, Angela Tilby and Ben Okri.

198B0119980620

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With panellists Dr Theodore Zeldin, Professor Steven Rose, Angela Tilby and Ben Okri.

198B0219980627

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With panellists Dr Theodore Zeldin, Professor John Durant, Angela Tilby and Professor Ted Honderich.

198B0219980627

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With panellists Dr Theodore Zeldin, Professor John Durant, Angela Tilby and Professor Ted Honderich.

198B0319980704

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important issues.

With panellists author Ben Okri, the Rev Angela Tilby, mathematician Ian Stewart, and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova.

198B0319980704

Joan Bakewell chairs the revival of the postwar discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important issues.

With panellists author Ben Okri, the Rev Angela Tilby, mathematician Ian Stewart, and professor of visual arts Ludmilla Jordanova.

198B0419980711

Joan Bakewell is joined by award-winning Australian poet Les Murray, scientist Professor John Durrant, theologian the Rev Angela Tilby, and historian Theodore Zeldin to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

198B0419980711

Joan Bakewell is joined by award-winning Australian poet Les Murray, scientist Professor John Durrant, theologian the Rev Angela Tilby, and historian Theodore Zeldin to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners.

198B0519980718

Joan Bakewell is joined by physicist Professor Paul Davies; Sarah Coakley, professor of divinity at Harvard; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet John Ashbery and the historian Theodore Zeldin.

198B0519980718

Joan Bakewell is joined by physicist Professor Paul Davies; Sarah Coakley, professor of divinity at Harvard; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet John Ashbery and the historian Theodore Zeldin.

198B0619980725

Joan Bakewell is joined by American poet and critic John Ashbery; physicist Professor Paul Davies; the Rt Rev Rowan Williams, Bishop of Monmouth; and historian Theodore Zeldin.

198B0619980725

Joan Bakewell is joined by American poet and critic John Ashbery; physicist Professor Paul Davies; the Rt Rev Rowan Williams, Bishop of Monmouth; and historian Theodore Zeldin.

199A0119990102

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With novelist As Byatt, historian Theodore Zeldin, mathematician Prof Ian Stewart, and theologian the Very Rev Tom Wright.

199A0119990102

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

With novelist As Byatt, historian Theodore Zeldin, mathematician Prof Ian Stewart, and theologian the Very Rev Tom Wright.

199A0219990109

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian the Rev Angela Tilby, mathematician Prof Ian Stewart, and visual arts professor Ludmilla Jordinova.

199A0219990109

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are historian Theodore Zeldin, theologian the Rev Angela Tilby, mathematician Prof Ian Stewart, and visual arts professor Ludmilla Jordinova.

199A0319990116

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are A S Byatt, Richard Dawkins, Niall Ferguson and Lord Quinton.

199A0319990116

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are A S Byatt, Richard Dawkins, Niall Ferguson and Lord Quinton.

199A0419990123

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are novelist Ben Okri, biologist Prof Steven Rose, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin.

199A0419990123

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are novelist Ben Okri, biologist Prof Steven Rose, theologian Angela Tilby and historian Theodore Zeldin.

199A0519990130

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are historian Theodore Zeldin, philosopher Prof Roger Scruton, scientist Prof Steven Rose and organist Gillian Weir.

199A0519990130

Joan Bakewell chairs the discussion programme, originally launched in 1941 on BBC Radio's Home Service, in which leading minds in the fields of art, science, religion and philosophy debate important intellectual issues.

Guests in this programme are historian Theodore Zeldin, philosopher Prof Roger Scruton, scientist Prof Steven Rose and organist Gillian Weir.

199A0619990206

Leading thinkers tackle challenging questions sent in by listeners.

Joining Joan Bakewell are scientist Paul Davies, historian Orlando Figes, theologian Angela Tilby and professor of political theory David McLellan.

199A0619990206

Leading thinkers tackle challenging questions sent in by listeners.

Joining Joan Bakewell are scientist Paul Davies, historian Orlando Figes, theologian Angela Tilby and professor of political theory David McLellan.