How The Stories Took Over

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19981204]

Russell Davies looks at the squeezing of "reality" into standard narrative form. Repeated from Sunday 4pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19981204]

Unknown: Russell Davies

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19981204]

Russell Davies looks at the squeezing of "reality" into standard narrative form. Repeated from Sunday 4pm

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19981204]

Unknown: Russell Davies

Reality1998112919981204

Everyone loves a good story.

Lawyers are taught storytelling because it works better on juries than argument.

And the squeezing of `reality' into standard narrative form is now distorting television, non-fiction and even history.

With Russell Davies.

Lawyers are even taught storytelling because it works better on juries than arguments.

Reality1998112919981204

Everyone loves a good story.

Lawyers are taught storytelling because it works better on juries than argument.

And the squeezing of `reality' into standard narrative form is now distorting television, non-fiction and even history.

With Russell Davies.

Lawyers are even taught storytelling because it works better on juries than arguments.