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Worldplay: Saint Artaud

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2008-07-24 09:30:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2008-07-24 08:30:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-07 22:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-07 21:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-07 02:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-07 01:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-06 20:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

> Worldplay: Saint Artaud on BBC World Service at 2006-05-06 19:05:00
A drama depicting Antonin Artaud's journey to Ireland in 1937 in search of a sacred phallus - St Patrick's Staff - to liberate himself from the travail of his own sexuality.

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