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In his final Reith Lecture, Wole Soyinka draws parallels between Bush and Bin Laden: a case of I am right; you are dead. Lynda Morgan responds.
29 Mar 2004
In his fourth lecture, Wole Soyinka believes that freedom from fear starts with respect for an individual's dignity. Lynda Morgan is not totally convinced by the argument.
25 Mar 2004
The third lecture looks at rhetoric as the weapon of political leader, while the written word is the refuge of the political prisoner. Lynda Morgan helps decode the rhetoric that binds and blinds.
23 Mar 2004
In his second lecture, Wole examines whether the world is becoming a more dangerous place. The struggle for the future is a struggle between power and freedom.
11 Mar 2004
Lynda Morgan responds to the first of Wole Soyinka's Reith Lectures, where he drew on his experiences as an activist to chart a world changed since the Cold War.
09 Mar 2004
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