Conversation On 3 - Belief

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20030414

New series of programmes in which Joan Bakewell talks to artists and thinkers about what they believe and why.

In a society where the arena of belief has become increasingly personal and subjective, she explores in conversation with her guests the influences that have shaped them, the ideas they have about life's big questions and how what they believe affects both their personal and professional lives.

Tonight, she talks to writer Blake Morrison.

20030414

New series of programmes in which Joan Bakewell talks to artists and thinkers about what they believe and why.

In a society where the arena of belief has become increasingly personal and subjective, she explores in conversation with her guests the influences that have shaped them, the ideas they have about life's big questions and how what they believe affects both their personal and professional lives.

Tonight, she talks to writer Blake Morrison.

20030416

A series of programmes in which Joan Bakewell talks to artists and thinkers about what they believe and why.

In a society where the arena of belief has become increasingly personal and subjective, she explores in conversation with artist Ahmed Moustafa the influences that have shaped him, the ideas he has about life's big questions and how what he believes affects both his personal and professional life.

20030416

A series of programmes in which Joan Bakewell talks to artists and thinkers about what they believe and why.

In a society where the arena of belief has become increasingly personal and subjective, she explores in conversation with artist Ahmed Moustafa the influences that have shaped him, the ideas he has about life's big questions and how what he believes affects both his personal and professional life.

20030417

Joan Bakewell talks to management guru Charles Handy about his beliefs and the reasons behind them.

20030417

Joan Bakewell talks to management guru Charles Handy about his beliefs and the reasons behind them.