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Something Understood

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-09-05 23:30:00
Mark Tully talks to the Master of Wellington College, Anthony Seldon, about the loss of trust in public and private life. Are we really less trusting than previous generations?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-09-05 22:30:00
Mark Tully talks to the Master of Wellington College, Anthony Seldon, about the loss of trust in public and private life. Are we really less trusting than previous generations?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-09-05 06:05:00
Mark Tully talks to the Master of Wellington College, Anthony Seldon, about the loss of trust in public and private life. Are we really less trusting than previous generations?

> Something Understood on BBC World Service at 2010-09-05 05:30:00
Spiritual themes explored through music, prose and poetry.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-09-05 05:05:00
Mark Tully talks to the Master of Wellington College, Anthony Seldon, about the loss of trust in public and private life. Are we really less trusting than previous generations?

> Something Understood on BBC World Service at 2010-09-05 04:30:00
Spiritual themes explored through music, prose and poetry.

> Something Understood on BBC World Service at 2010-09-04 18:30:00
Spiritual themes explored through music, prose and poetry.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-29 23:30:00
Mark Tully reflects on the reasons behind the current raft of films with apocalyptic themes. Why has every age and every culture created myths of catastrophe and destruction?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-29 22:30:00
Mark Tully reflects on the reasons behind the current raft of films with apocalyptic themes. Why has every age and every culture created myths of catastrophe and destruction?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-29 06:05:00
Mark Tully reflects on the reasons behind the current raft of films with apocalyptic themes. Why has every age and every culture created myths of catastrophe and destruction?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-29 05:05:00
Mark Tully reflects on the reasons behind the current raft of films with apocalyptic themes. Why has every age and every culture created myths of catastrophe and destruction?

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-22 23:30:00
A Short Madness: Fergal Keane reflects on the value of anger, and asks whether is it a force for energy or the cause of destructive behaviour.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-22 22:30:00
A Short Madness: Fergal Keane reflects on the value of anger, and asks whether is it a force for energy or the cause of destructive behaviour.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-22 06:05:00
A Short Madness: Fergal Keane reflects on the value of anger, and asks whether is it a force for energy or the cause of destructive behaviour.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-22 05:05:00
A Short Madness: Fergal Keane reflects on the value of anger, and asks whether is it a force for energy or the cause of destructive behaviour.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-15 23:30:00
In conversation with the Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, Mike Wooldridge considers the difference between sacred art and religious art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-15 22:30:00
In conversation with the Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, Mike Wooldridge considers the difference between sacred art and religious art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-15 06:05:00
In conversation with the Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, Mike Wooldridge considers the difference between sacred art and religious art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-15 05:05:00
In conversation with the Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, Mike Wooldridge considers the difference between sacred art and religious art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-08 23:30:00
Mike Wooldridge explores the universal principles that underlie all sacred art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-08 22:30:00
Mike Wooldridge explores the universal principles that underlie all sacred art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-08 06:05:00
Mike Wooldridge explores the universal principles that underlie all sacred art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-08 05:05:00
Mike Wooldridge explores the universal principles that underlie all sacred art.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-01 23:30:00
Knights in Shining Armour: Sometimes the figure offering salvation from physical or spiritual peril isn't who we'd expect, as Tom Robinson reflects.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-01 22:30:00
Knights in Shining Armour: Sometimes the figure offering salvation from physical or spiritual peril isn't who we'd expect, as Tom Robinson reflects.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-01 06:05:00
Knights in Shining Armour: Sometimes the figure offering salvation from physical or spiritual peril isn't who we'd expect, as Tom Robinson reflects.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-01 05:05:00
Knights in Shining Armour: Sometimes the figure offering salvation from physical or spiritual peril isn't who we'd expect, as Tom Robinson reflects.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-25 23:30:00
Solitude: Melissa Viney draws upon her own experience of aloneness to reflect on different states of solitude.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-25 22:30:00
Solitude: Melissa Viney draws upon her own experience of aloneness to reflect on different states of solitude.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-25 06:05:00
Solitude: Melissa Viney draws upon her own experience of aloneness to reflect on different states of solitude.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-25 05:05:00
Solitude: Melissa Viney draws upon her own experience of aloneness to reflect on different states of solitude.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 23:30:00
The Best Words: Mark Tully talks to poet and novelist Louis de Bernieres about the difference between poetry and prose.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 22:30:00
The Best Words: Mark Tully talks to poet and novelist Louis de Bernieres about the difference between poetry and prose.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 06:05:00
The Best Words: Mark Tully talks to poet and novelist Louis de Bernieres about the difference between poetry and prose.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 05:05:00
The Best Words: Mark Tully talks to poet and novelist Louis de Bernieres about the difference between poetry and prose.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 23:30:00
The Martyrs of Charterhouse Square: Mark Tully tells the remarkable story of the first martyrs of the English Reformation.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 22:30:00
The Martyrs of Charterhouse Square: Mark Tully tells the remarkable story of the first martyrs of the English Reformation.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 06:05:00
The Martyrs of Charterhouse Square: Mark Tully tells the remarkable story of the first martyrs of the English Reformation.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 05:05:00
The Martyrs of Charterhouse Square: Mark Tully tells the remarkable story of the first martyrs of the English Reformation.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 23:30:00
Finding Your Father: Nigerian-born Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju tells the story of his search for a father, and explores the nature of both spiritual and natural fatherhood.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 22:30:00
Finding Your Father: Nigerian-born Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju tells the story of his search for a father, and explores the nature of both spiritual and natural fatherhood.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 06:05:00
Finding Your Father: Nigerian-born Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju tells the story of his search for a father, and explores the nature of both spiritual and natural fatherhood.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 05:05:00
Finding Your Father: Nigerian-born Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju tells the story of his search for a father, and explores the nature of both spiritual and natural fatherhood.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-27 23:30:00
Listening: Violinist Ruth Waterman reflects on the art of listening, drawing on the work of Matthew Arnold, William Blake and Goran Simic and the music of Gershwin and Purcell.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-27 22:30:00
Listening: Violinist Ruth Waterman reflects on the art of listening, drawing on the work of Matthew Arnold, William Blake and Goran Simic and the music of Gershwin and Purcell.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-27 06:05:00
Listening: Violinist Ruth Waterman reflects on the art of listening, drawing on the work of Matthew Arnold, William Blake and Goran Simic and the music of Gershwin and Purcell.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-27 05:05:00
Listening: Violinist Ruth Waterman reflects on the art of listening, drawing on the work of Matthew Arnold, William Blake and Goran Simic and the music of Gershwin and Purcell.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-20 23:30:00
Mythos and Logos: Mark Tully explores the difference between a scientific understanding of the world and a mythological understanding.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-20 22:30:00
Mythos and Logos: Mark Tully explores the difference between a scientific understanding of the world and a mythological understanding.

> Something Understood on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-20 06:05:00
Mythos and Logos: Mark Tully explores the difference between a scientific understanding of the world and a mythological understanding.

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