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The Mark Steel Lectures

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2009-02-04 03:40:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further into the evolution of Charles Darwin than ever before, the Mark Steel Lecture takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2007-01-28 02:40:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary, the author of the influential Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2007-01-27 23:10:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary, the author of the influential Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2007-01-26 02:40:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary, the author of the influential Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2007-01-26 00:40:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary, the author of the influential Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-10-08 02:45:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-10-08 01:45:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-10-07 23:10:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-10-07 22:10:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Two at 2006-09-21 23:20:00
Sylvia Pankhurst: Tracing her life from schooldays in radical Manchester to retirement in rural Essex, comedian and author Mark Steel dips into the pioneering life of suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Two at 2006-09-21 22:20:00
Sylvia Pankhurst: Tracing her life from schooldays in radical Manchester to retirement in rural Essex, comedian and author Mark Steel dips into the pioneering life of suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Two at 2006-09-14 23:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Thomas Paine is Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary. But according to Mark Steel he had other more important qualities!

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Two at 2006-09-14 22:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Thomas Paine is Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary. But according to Mark Steel he had other more important qualities!

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-09-03 03:25:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-09-03 00:25:00
Charles Darwin: Delving further, and more imaginatively, into the evolution of Darwin than ever before, Mark Steel takes this modern hero off the ten pound note and into the present day.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-27 03:30:00
Harriet Tubman: Mark profiles the former slave who helped hundreds of others escape slavery in 19th-century America.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-27 02:30:00
Harriet Tubman: Mark profiles the former slave who helped hundreds of others escape slavery in 19th-century America.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-27 00:00:00
Harriet Tubman: Mark profiles the former slave who helped hundreds of others escape slavery in 19th-century America.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Two at 2006-08-24 22:20:00
BBC FOUR on BBC TWO. Ludwig Van Beethoven: Mark travels to Vienna to reveal the quirks of Beethoven's character that the history books tend to gloss over, including his anger management issues.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-13 03:45:00
Ludwig Van Beethoven: Mark travels to Vienna to reveal the quirks of Beethoven's character that the history books tend to gloss over, including his anger management issues.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-13 00:45:00
Ludwig Van Beethoven: Mark travels to Vienna to reveal the quirks of Beethoven's character that the history books tend to gloss over, including his anger management issues.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-08-05 23:45:00
Aristotle: Filmed at the Parthenon and across Athens, Mark Steel brings you the Aristotle that history has forgotten; the one that liked a pretty girl, a shop full of beds and a KFC.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-31 03:30:00
Isaac Newton: He was a scientist who thought he could turn lead into gold, an obsessive with a secret Swiss boyfriend, and he liked Alphabetti Spaghetti. Isaac Newton, ladies and gentlemen.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-31 02:30:00
Isaac Newton: He was a scientist who thought he could turn lead into gold, an obsessive with a secret Swiss boyfriend, and he liked Alphabetti Spaghetti. Isaac Newton, ladies and gentlemen.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-30 23:00:00
Isaac Newton: He was a scientist who thought he could turn lead into gold, an obsessive with a secret Swiss boyfriend, and he liked Alphabetti Spaghetti. Isaac Newton, ladies and gentlemen.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-09 03:35:00
Rene Descartes: Mark Steel turns his attentions to the philosopher who thought and therefore was in this edition of the Bafta-nominated series.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-09 00:05:00
Rene Descartes: Mark Steel turns his attentions to the philosopher who thought and therefore was in this edition of the Bafta-nominated series.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-07-01 23:35:00
Geoffrey Chaucer: Mark Steel presents an irreverent potted biography of England's first-ever social commentator.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-25 03:25:00
Lord Byron: Mark Steel follows the glorious life of Lord Byron from his birth just off Oxford Street in London to his death in Greece 36 years later.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-25 02:25:00
Lord Byron: Mark Steel follows the glorious life of Lord Byron from his birth just off Oxford Street in London to his death in Greece 36 years later.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-24 21:20:00
Lord Byron: Mark Steel follows the glorious life of Lord Byron from his birth just off Oxford Street in London to his death in Greece 36 years later.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-18 03:15:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary and author of Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-18 02:15:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary and author of Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-17 23:30:00
Thomas Paine: Mark salutes Britain's greatest unknown international revolutionary, the author of the influential Rights of Man.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-10 23:05:00
Sylvia Pankhurst: Mark takes a look at the life of the revolutionary feminist and campaigner for Ethiopian independence.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-03 20:05:00
Charlie Chaplin: Mark takes a wry look at the life of the screen clown who counted Churchill and Gandhi as personal friends.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-06-02 01:25:00
Charlie Chaplin: The silent comedy great comes under the scrutiny of comic Mark Steel's irreverent analysis. Part of BBC FOUR's Chaplin season.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-27 23:30:00
Mary Shelley: Mark takes an irreverent look at the author of Frankenstein, examining her turbulent life and her marriage to the poet Percy Shelley. Contains some strong language.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-20 23:45:00
Karl Marx: Mark Steel presents his own unique take on the works of Karl Marx, a man whose theories he believes are more relevant today than ever before.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-20 22:45:00
Karl Marx: Mark Steel presents his own unique take on the works of Karl Marx, a man whose theories he believes are more relevant today than ever before.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-14 02:20:00
Albert Einstein: Mark goes to Switzerland to grapple with the fundamental nature of the Universe and Einstein's dislike of socks, revealing the great themes of the scientific genius's life.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-14 01:20:00
Albert Einstein: Mark goes to Switzerland to grapple with the fundamental nature of the Universe and Einstein's dislike of socks, revealing the great themes of the scientific genius's life.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-13 22:25:00
Albert Einstein: Mark goes to Switzerland to grapple with the fundamental nature of the Universe and Einstein's dislike of socks, revealing the great themes of the scientific genius's life.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-07 03:35:00
Sigmund Freud: Mark tries to unravel the complex genius that was Freud by tracking his life from Vienna to London. Freud himself is played by Martin Hyder.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-07 02:35:00
Sigmund Freud: Mark tries to unravel the complex genius that was Freud by tracking his life from Vienna to London. Freud himself is played by Martin Hyder.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-06 23:30:00
Sigmund Freud: Mark tries to unravel the complex genius that was Freud by tracking his life from Vienna to London. Freud himself is played by Martin Hyder.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-05-06 22:30:00
Sigmund Freud: Mark tries to unravel the complex genius that was Freud by tracking his life from Vienna to London. Freud himself is played by Martin Hyder.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-03-31 23:20:00
6/6. Che Guevara: Mark turns his attention to the legendary, and iconic, revolutionary leader.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-03-31 00:40:00
6/6. Che Guevara: Mark turns his attention to the legendary, and iconic, revolutionary leader.

> The Mark Steel Lectures on BBC Four at 2006-03-30 22:00:00
6/6. Che Guevara: Mark turns his attention to the legendary, and iconic, revolutionary leader.

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