Event 177

Free Thinking: Women’s Voices in the Classical World

BBC Radio 3

Venue: BBC Tent

Writers and historians join New Generation Thinker Catherine Fletcher for a discussion recorded for Radio 3’s Arts and Ideas programme. Colm Tóibín’s new novel House of Names explores the story of Clytemnestra and the murder of her husband Agamemnon.  Paul Cartledge is A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture Emeritus at the University of Cambridge and the author of many books that look at the classical world including Ancient Greece: A Very Short Introduction; Ancient Greece: A History in Eleven Cities and Democracy: A Life. Bettany Hughes has presented many TV and Radio programmes exploring the classical world. Her books include Helen of Troy: Goddess, Princess, Whore; The Hemlock Cup and Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities.

To be broadcast on Tuesday 30 May at 10PM on BBC Radio 3 and available as an Arts and Ideas download

FREE BUT TICKETED
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Free Thinking: Women’s Voices in the Classical World