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Television: Simple, and free

by Gillean Craig

IT IS essential to unclutter the brain; to live the simplest life possible; to encumber yourself with the fewest possible choices. If you do so, a clear creative desert lies open before you. Which religious from an enclosed Order was pronouncing these words of truth? Which spiritual master was leading us in the ways of peace? They were, in fact, in Mark Lawson Talks to Gilbert & George (BBC4, Monday of last week).

It was an extraordinary perform­ance — proof once ...

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